Many of the works come along with irony and subtle visual wit. Others are borne by a dense atmosphere of melancholy that suggests something that is absent. They appear to be snapshots in time without a plot or dramatic composition, and yet they contain a narrative core that tells of life’s existential conditions and possibilities.
The exhibition in Bremen presents installations and drawings from a larger body of work from the Goetz Collection and complements it with numerous recent works, in part being shown in Germany for the first time.
With the kind support of the UBS Deutschland AG, the Friends of the Weserburg, and the
Concurrent with the exhibition, the Weserburg is presenting Zilla Leutenegger’s video installation Kitchen (2005) from May 6 to June 5 at the 7th Bremer Kunstfrühling. Additional information about the Kunstfrühling is available at www.kunstfruehling.de
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