LOVE HATE will make its very first transatlantic alliance between Europe and the USA to attend the most exquisite cultural festival Stateside: The Nantucket Project.
The LOVE HATE sculptures move to the beautiful and historic Galeries Royales Saint Hubert in the heart of Brussels.
The sculptural duo has found a new home in the heart of Berlin, a location saturated with history - At Mercedes Platz, facing the East Side Gallery, the site of the Berlin Wall.
Ein multimedialer Video-Rundgang durch das Atelier von Konzeptkünstlerin Mia Florentine Weiss an Bord der Pioneer One – mit einem Grußwort von Bundespräsident a.D. Christian Wulff.
Double installation of two LOVE HATE sculptures at Kapelle-Ufer, across from the Futurium, in Berlin.
Unveiling of the LOVE HATE sculpture in at the European Parliament in Brussels during the German council EU presidency. Partners: European Parliament CULT, Committee on Culture and Education Brussels, Senate Chancellery Berlin and Berlin Partner, the Foreign Office Berlin.
Stadtmuseum Berlin Foundation and Curator Paul Spies present: KREUZ WEG - an installation as a European journey by Mia Florentine Weiss
The opening of the new sculpture "LOVE HATE" took place on Saturday 13 July in the Gorky Park, Moscow. It was presented by Mia Florentina Weiss, the artist and author of the art object. The sculpture is an ambigram - a word that combines two different readings and concepts. In this case it is "love" and "hate" that are read from different sides. The artist's work represents the unity of opposites and forces the viewer to look at the juxtaposition of these feelings in a new way. The comparison of the two extremes will be a leitmotif of the performances of young poets and musicians of the capital at the Carnival "Ambivalence". It takes place on the same day to celebrate the discovery of an unusual sculpture.
Since May 2019, several LOVE HATE sculptures by Mia Florentine Weiss have been travelling as ambassadors through various cities in Germany and Europe in support of democracy and humanism in order to strengthen the European idea according to the maxim MAKE LOVE NOT HATE!
Vom Bild über die Kunstaktion zur Bewegung: Verhüllung der Ambigramm-Skulpturen von Mia Florentine Weiss anlässlich der Europawahlen. PREVIEW: Siegestor München Am Sonntag, den 7.4.19 um 18 Uhr Live Happening an der Doppelinstallation Love Hate am Siegestor
Moving of the Love Hate sculptures from the Siegestor at the Bavarian National Museum: After more than a year of installation, the LOVE HATE sculptures by Mia Florentine Weiss move to the Bayerisches National Museum, where they invite as a "contemporary temporary" monument with a new installation staging to another Change in Perspectives.
With this cooperation, URBAN NATION takes a further step into the future and allows a large international art public to participate in the museum's concept and visions. Yasha Young, Artistic Director of URBAN NATION, has curated a top-class exhibition at the SCOPE | Haus with works by Herakut, Dot Dot Dot, Cranio, Ben Frost, Haroshi, Emanuel Roth, Chromeo, BustArt, and Mia Florentine Weiss.
Ausstellung als Sammlung in einem Schutzraum zum Staunen Kabinettausstellung in der Galerie verbunden mit dem „Pegasus“ in der Eingangshalle des ehemaligen Berliner Staatsratsgebäudes anlässlich des jährlichen Council Summit der weltweiten Organisation HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH
ANTHROPOZÄN Verlorene Heimat – Verlust des Daseins „Life“ Performance anlässlich der Finissage der Sonderausstellung Der Nabel der Welt von Mia Florentine Weiss im 1. OG Raum 210.
Angel Soldier – Apocalypse 2.0 Interaktive Performance mit der Künstlerin Mia Florentine Weiss Performance Art Innsbruck 2016
Der Nabel der Welt Mia Florentine Weiss Sonderausstellung 13. November 2015 – 07. Februar 2016 Senckenberg Naturmuseum, Senckenberganlage 25, 60325 Frankfurt
Venice-Triennale 2015 German-Italian Cultural Association of Venice (ACIT) Exhibition Mia Florentine Weiss / The Pegasus Project Opening on Friday, May 8th 2015 (70 years unconditional surrender of armed forces of Germany & the end of war/ beginning of peace in Europe) 4 -7 pm Vernissage, concerto & artist talk May 6th – May 7th 2015 Pegasus Performance on the Canale Grande
Palazzo Albrizzi Venice-Triennale 2015 German-Italian Cultural Association of Venice (ACIT) Exhibition Mia Florentine Weiss (The Pegasus Project) Edges of Europe
Senckenberg Museum Frankfurt / Main The beginning of a journey Fototermin „Pegasus Project" Hiermit laden wir Sie herzlich ein zum offiziellen Start des „Pegasus Project" der Performance-Künstlerin Mia Florentine Weiss am Samstag, den 18. April 2015 um 14 Uhr in das Senckenberg Naturmuseum in Frankfurt am Main.
This solo exhibition takes place at one of Hamburg´s most ancient & remarkable sights – the Prien House – located at Jungfernstieg 51 right at the Alster with an exclusive 360 degree view over the city center. Jenny Falckenberg hosts a retrospective of 15 years of Weiss´s work. This overview of sculptures, objects and photo & video work represent a preview for Weiss Installation THE PEGASUS PROJECT that will be shown in Venice during the Biennale time 2015.
Performance-Künstlerin Mia Florentine Weiss verwirklicht in der Stiftung Starke aus aktuellem Anlass die einmalige Performance „Place of Protection“ als Teil der gleichnamigen Werkreihe, die sie seit 1999 realisiert. Zusätzlich werden Fotografien, Videos und Mixed-Media-Installationen von ihr zu sehen sein....
Morgen Contemporary Project Space during Gallery Weekend 2013: Mia Florentine Weiss exhibition PEACE NEVER SLEEPS with live performance DIGITAL AUTISM 26 – 28 April 2013 in Berlin with 4 days performance, video installations and artworks
Live-Performance und Mixed-media Installationen vom 24.04. – 06.06.2013 Live-Performance: „PLEASE DO TOUCH - TOUCHING CAN HEAL THE ART!“
Mia Florentine Weiss - Places of Protection Places of Protection, 2012 Solo show, Morgen Contemporary, Berlin, Germany
Mia Florentine Weiss’s 24-hour performance is an open-ended allusion to the “bed-ins” staged by Yoko Ono and John Lennon in protest against the Vietnam War....
The performance marks the first in a series of five performances that are based upon the five transparent police shields, each of which carries a poetic statement inscribed upon it in the artist’s own blood...
In many respects the artist’s performance deconstructs the premises of the now legendary exhibition of contemporary art. The theme of the 13th Documenta in Kassel was “Collapse and Recovery”.
There is perhaps no better way to capture the irony of art’s financial status than to be arrested by those forces that protect such financial investments...
Mia Florentine Weiss has culled together the results of her inquiry in a multimedia installation entitled What Is Your Place Of Protection?
The Hollywood Sign (formerly the "Hollywoodland" sign) is a landmark and American cultural icon located in Los Angeles....
In yet another performance dealing with the social critique of the artist’s role at a commercial art fair, Mia Florentine Weiss appears here metamorphosed into a blood-covered angel bidding welcome to the war of art.
“Kamikaze Lover” is a declaration of love to the city of Moscow. It was here that the artist developed her concept of the “living poem”—her first step towards becoming a conceptual performance artist...
For over a decade, the theme of protection has been a recurrent topic in Mia Florentine Weiss’s art...
Bulgakov’s The Master and Margareta was a seminal influence in Mia Florentine Weiss’s artistic evolution, inspiring not only her poetry while in Moscow, but also influencing her personal relationship with one of her own masters, the artist Nikolai Makarov.
Africa—the cradle of our evolution—can also be thought of as the womb that gave birth to the human species.
The womb has always been a symbol of all-encompassing love and security, and a symbolic contrast to being cast out of the womb and left defenceless...
The idea of resurrecting the fine art of letter writing arose through her communication with her pen-friend and fellow artist Jonathan Meese. Weiss and Meese have maintained their platonic affair for years, and Weiss’s letters provide the basis for her “Love Letters” series.