Windows used in works by recent artists refuse to look into the world and express a new autonomy in the language of visual art.
Düsseldorf, Germany (PRWEB) March 15, 2012
An isolated window is the main motif – and gateway into new freedom in painting – for many famous 20th century artists. A new exhibit at Düsseldorf’s K20 (March 31 – December 8, 2012) showcases the surprising variety of works in this genre by great names.
Windows used in works by recent artists, including Ellsworth Kelly, Christo, and Gerhard Richter, are empty, dull, cracked, or simply refuse a look into the world, and in this way express a new autonomy in the language of visual art. Other artists featured include Eva Hesse, Robert Motherwell, Isa Genzken, Günther Förg, Jeff Wall, Sabine Hornig and Olafur Eliasson.
For more information on the exhibit, visit http://www.kunstsammlung.de.
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