Coverbild Now Is The Time
Now Is The Time
Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg. Die Sammlung
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Edited by: Dr. Andreas Beitin, Dr. Holger Broeker
Texts by: Lucía Agirre, Stephan Berg, Hubert Besacier, Christian Boros, José Miguel G. Cortés, Régis Durand, Ursula Frohne, Fabrice Hergott, Wulf Herzogenrath, Chrissie Iles, Roobina Karode, Simon Lamunière, Rita Lougares, Peter Pakesch, Julia Peyton-Jones, Reinhard Spieler, Thomas Zaunschirm
Graphic Design: Lena Kühle und Mozer
Institution: Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg
Artist: Franz Ackermann, Doug Aitken, Firelei Báez, Mithu Sen, Sam Taylor-Johnson, Jeff Wall, Thomas Zipp
German
June 2019 , 512 Pages , 840 Ills.
hardcover
310mm x 233mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-4528-4
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| 25 years Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg: A panorama of contemporary art
To celebrate its 25th anniversary, the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg is presenting its extensive collection of contemporary art in what will be the largest survey of it to date. It includes more than 600 installations, groups of works, and large individual works of art in all media, dating back to the crucial year of 1968. The spectrum of the 100 artists ranges from Franz Ackermann, Doug Aitken, and Firelei Báez, to Mithu Sen and Sam Taylor-Johnson, all the way to Jeff Wall and Thomas Zipp. This elaborate, lavishly illustrated volume gathers texts written by about 100 international authors—curators, directors, gallerists, collectors, and architects—on the artists in the collection. It achieves a multifaceted, overall picture of the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg’s exquisite collection, as well as an impressive panorama of contemporary art from 1968 to the present.Exhibition:24.3.–29.9.2019, Kunstmuseum WolfsburgThe KUNSTMUSEUM WOLFSBURG has been collecting international contemporary art since 1994. With the acquisition of key works of late modernism and important additions from contemporary art, a top-class collection has been built up. Parallel to this, the museum presents an ambitious exhibition program, tracing cultural connections for the public. The exhibition On Everyone’s Lips is curated by UTA RUHKAMP.
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