Peppermint supports unique art project Endless Exhibition at the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin

Ingeborg Neumann: "The sustainability of the art project is impressive, and the Endless Exhibition also reflects the theme of change and upheaval in a variety of ways."

Berlin: Peppermint's first six months as a partner of the Endless Exhibition at the Hamburger Bahnhof art museum in Berlin have already been a complete success. With Peppermint's support, another new production has been added to the unique collection. Ingeborg Neumann: "We are enthusiastic about the sustainable approach of the Endless Exhibition. The project brings together the work of visual artists and creates a very special place for discussion. This strengthens Berlin's role as a global art metropolis. For us, change and upheaval are also the topics of the day, which we want to promote not only in our company, but also with our social commitment."

With the support of Peppermint, an artist can now also be seen in the Endless Exhibition: Judith Hopf from Berlin explores social definitions and power relations in her sculptural work.

The Endless Exhibition opened in summer 2023 and now features 19 works of art that are directly linked to the Hamburger Bahnhof or the site. These include Dan Flavin's striking blue and green light installation on the façade of Hamburger Bahnhof as well as works by Tom Fecht, Urs Fischer, John Knight and Gregor Schneider. A tour leads through all parts of the museum building, into the garden and onto the adjacent areas. For the first time, the museum's collection, building, history and neighborhood will be linked together in this way.

There are public guided tours as well as a specially developed publication and website.

The Endless Exhibition is a project by Hamburger Bahnhof - Nationalgalerie der Gegenwart, realized with the support of Peppermint and the Freunde der Nationalgalerie.


Photo: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie / Jacopo La Forgia, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2023