Franz Erhard Walther Gargoyle. From the Work Series: Attempt To Be A Sculpture, 1958 Franz Erhard Walther Foundation  © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2019

Curator's tour through "Franz Erhard Walther"

Curator's tour,


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Language
Curator's tour in German
Duration
Reservation
Reservation required
Admission
3 € plus admission


Event overview

The curator Jana Baumann guides you through the exhibition "Franz Erhard Walther. Shifting Perspectives", providing first-hand information and interesting insights into her work. 

Franz Erhard Walther (b. 1939 in Fulda) was a key figure in the conceptual departure from the image in the postwar European avant-garde, and a pioneer of an open concept of the work. Through the inclusion of the audience as an actor as well as the use of elements like place, time, space, body, and language, Walther brought about a radical expansion and combination of artistic means aimed at revising the narrative strategies of modernism. The visionary significance of his artistic praxis is only becoming clear to the general public, as demonstrated by the awarding of the Golden Lion to him at the Venice Biennale in 2017.

1 hour / 3 €; registration is required. Please pay for the tour at the ticket counter before the visit begins.

The maximum number of participants is 9 persons. If you wish to take part in the tour, please leave your contact details and follow our hygiene and conduct regulations.


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