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Acting star Lars Eidinger plays in the Villa Stuck in Munich

2024-02-23T13:31:53.664Z

Highlights: Acting star Lars Eidinger plays in the Villa Stuck in Munich. As of: February 23, 2024, 2:16 p.m By: Katja Kraft CommentsPressSplit Has the key to a good party: Actor Lars Eideder will be playing at Villa Stucks on February 23. Villa Stck will be closed for one and a half years for renovation work. The Toy Tonics label will celebrate the opening of its first Pop Up Gallery on February 24, 2024.



As of: February 23, 2024, 2:16 p.m

By: Katja Kraft

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Has the key to a good party: Actor Lars Eidinger will be playing at Villa Stuck in Munich on February 23, 2024.

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The Munich Villa Stuck has to be closed for around one and a half years.

Before that there is a week's farewell program.

DJ Lars Eidinger makes the furious start.

That's brave.

Villa Stuck will be closed for one and a half years for renovation work.

And at the start of the farewell week, museum director Michael Buhrs invites Lars Eidinger, of all people.

The actor, known for his excessive party atmosphere, also works as a DJ - and will be allowed to play in the exhibition rooms on February 23, 2024.

Demolition party according to the motto: Now is the renovation going on anyway?

Laughing at Michael Buhrs.

“No, the house should last until March 3, 2024.

And gladly beyond that.” Because until that first Sunday in March, he and his team are offering a pretty casual program.

Lars Eidinger on the turntables is the furious start.

The Toy Tonics label will celebrate the opening of its first Pop Up Gallery on February 23, 2024 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

From then until February 24, 2024, 7 p.m., Villa Stuck will become a Toy Tonics exhibition area.

With photos, posters, designs, illustrations, artwork and installations from more than 30 artists who have worked for the music label over the past seven years.

From 11 p.m. on February 23, 2024, Lars Eidinger and other DJs will ensure the party atmosphere.

The party is scheduled to last until 5 a.m.

So you have seven hours to regenerate before you can visit the show again from 12 p.m. the next day.

Admission free.

The magnificent Munich Villa Stuck is being renovated - so no art can be shown here for around a year and a half.

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“We deliberately left the exhibition architecture of the current Kafka show in place so that the artists could play with it,” explains Buhrs.

The Toy Tonics contributions, for example, mix with the wall texts about Kafka's biography.

Or the bright yellow posters with quotes from the author.

Not only does it rattle musically, the brain also gets a lot of stimulation for the thought disco in the head.

Weil das Team der Villa Stuck immer auch an die Kunstvermittlung schon für die Jüngsten denkt (und in der Interimsstätte in der Goethestraße in den kommenden Monaten deshalb ihr Workshop-Programm weiterführen wird), gibt’s in der Abschiedswoche im prächtigen Museumsbau ebenfalls viel zu basteln, werkeln und experimentieren für alle kleinen und großen Kinder. „Die Murmel rollt ... lang, länger, am kurvigsten“ lautet der Titel der offenen Kreativwerkstatt, die von 27. Februar bis 3. März 2024 täglich von 15 bis 17.30 Uhr stattfindet. Bei freiem Eintritt kann man hier bei einem lustigen Bauprojekt mitmischen: Ein Murmelbahn quer durch alle Ausstellungsräume konstruieren die Teilnehmer gemeinsam. Mitmachen ist ohne Anmeldung möglich.

Im September 2025 soll die Villa Stuck wieder öffnen

Ebenfalls von 27. Februar bis 3. März 2024 präsentiert die Villa Stuck täglich ab 15 Uhr die Serie „I hear a new World“: Künstlerinnen und Künstler mischen Musik, Performance, Installation, Malerei und Skulptur und machen sie durch unkonventionelle Techniken, selbst gebaute Instrumente und manipulierte Alltagsgegenstände sicht- und hörbar. Wie bei allen weiteren Veranstaltungen ist auch hier der Eintritt frei.

Für Stärkung sorgt die Alien Bar. Hier gibt es neben Kaffee, Bier und Snacks ab 28. Februar 2024 auch täglich Konzerte und DJ-Sets. Den großen Rausschmiss übernimmt dann am 3. März die Hochzeitskapelle. Als „folkloristisch-elegischen Rumpeljazz“ beschreibt die Truppe ihren Musikstil. Mit Pauken und Trompeten wird da zum Auszug geblasen. Und sich jetzt schon auf den Wiedereinzug und Programm-Neustart gefreut: Voraussichtlich im September 2025 soll es so weit sein.

Source: merkur

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