Henschel-Hallen

Henschel-Hallen, photo: Mathias Völzke

Since the closing of the Henschel factory during World War II—once a pivotal site in German industrialization and the development of military technology—the Henschel-Hallen today stand empty, to be activated during documenta 14 for a number of performance works.

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Upcoming Events

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29
by Ibrahim Mahama
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11 am–2 pm, Henschel-Hallen, Kassel
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5
by Ibrahim Mahama
Performance
11 am–2 pm, Henschel-Hallen, Kassel
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12
by Ibrahim Mahama
Performance
11 am–2 pm, Henschel-Hallen, Kassel
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