Indien | Mumbai 04.02-10.03.2012

Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, Where traditional species die out, mankind looses something of its history and culture, photographs 1986, multiples 1999, Premchand Roychand Gallery, Mumbai
The Exhibition is presented as part of the german-indian-year 2011-2012

Saturday 4th of February 2012, 5pm Gallery Max Mueller + 7pm Studio X
and Saturday 11th of February 2012, 5pm Premchand Roychand Gallery + 7pm Project 88 + Gallery Maskara)
until Saturday 10th of March 2012

expeditions in aesthetics and sustainability demonstrate artistic practices that contribute to the preservation of the planet, intend to influence conscious consumer behaviour and be economically efficient: examples to follow!

More than 40 artistic positions in which the boundaries between art, activism and inventions dissolve and the experiences and methods of environmental initiatives interconnect with artistic approaches are exhibited.

After one year traveling through Germany the exhibition is now reaching Mumbai, being followed by Addis Abeba, Ethiopia and Beijing, China in cooperation with the respective Goethe Institutes and the German Federal Cultural Foundation.

examples to follow! was awarded the 2010 special media prize of Deutsche Umwelthilfe, and it received a prize as a project of Werkstatt N of the Rat für nachhaltige Entwicklung (Council for Sustainable Development).

For the indian station, four artists from Mumbai and Dehli and one more german artist will join zur nachahmung empfohlen! || examples to follow!

Ravi Agarwal
Madhusree Dutta
Rudolf zur Lippe
Manish Nai
Sharmila Samant

Kitab Mahal, Fourth Floor
192, D N Road, Fort
Mumbai 400 001

Max Mueller Bhavan
K. Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda
Mumbai 400 001

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (formerly Prince of Wales Museum of Western India)
159/61 Mahatma Gandhi Road, Fort
Mumbai 400 023

BMP Building, Ground Floor
N.A. Sawant Marg, Colaba
Mumbai 400 005

Warehouse on 3rd Pasta
6/7, 3rd Pasta Lane, Colaba
Mumbai 400 005

Adrienne Goehler
a project by
Goethe-Institute India - Max Mueller Bhavan. in cooperation with the German Federal Cultural Foundation
project executing organisation
Stiftung Forum der Kulturen zu Fragen der Zeit

The exhibition is provided by
Heinrich Boell Stiftung

12th station of the exhibition ETF!
in Essen, Germany

Exhibition: 18/07/2014 - 04/09/2014

Tuesday - Sunday, from 12pm - 6pm, closed on Mondays.

SAVE THE DATE: Interdisciplinary Symposium (including a night of theater): 16. AUGUST 2014

Welterbe Zollverein - Areal A
[Schacht XII], Halle 6 [A6]
Gelsenkirchener Straße 181
45309 Essen

Tickets: 5 € [reduced: 3 €]
Familyticket: 12 €
Groups (starting with 5 persons) / School classes : 20 €
Workshops and Symposium: free entrance

NEW: Guided tours on Sundays the 3rd, 10th,17th and 4th of August at 2pm. (duration 60 minutes)
Meeting point: Hall 6.
Fee: 5 €
Registrations +49 201 2 4 6 8 10 or

How to get there

Where are we

Read the press review about ETF! at the Zeche Zollverein, Essen.


examples to follow! expeditions in aesthetic and sustainability is distinguished by the German UNESCO Commission as Decade Project of the UN Decade in Education for Sustainable Development 2014.

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