MULTILAYER VISION 20/20

11. October 2020 – 10. January 2021

This exhibition focuses on a phenomenon currently taking place in studios of concrete art: the multi-layered composition of the picture plane.

At the same time and in the same place, different structures overlap, which interact and yet remain individually recognizable.

Through their interaction, self-contained autonomy and referential coexistence, the space between these pictorial layers becomes a statement in itself: here, unique depth and energy are generated and felt.

The exhibition – curated by Cologne based artist Ivo Ringe and Soest based art historian Juliane Rogge – shows the many independent approaches of approximately 50 artists of different generations and nationalities in addressing this timely theme.Tim Allen (GB) ǀ Stefan Annerel (BE) ǀ Steven Baris (US) ǀ Dominic Beattie (GB) ǀ Nelleke Beltjens (NL) ǀ Wolfgang Berndt (DE) ǀ Andrew Bick (GB) ǀ Alain Biltereyst (BE) ǀ Britta Bogers (DE) ǀ Beti Bricelj (SL) ǀ Brice Brown (US) ǀ Dan Devening (US) ǀ Ursula-Lisa Deventer (DE) ǀ Edgar Diehl (DE) ǀ Mark Francis (GB) ǀ Luc Hoekx (BE) ǀ Vanessa Jackson (GB) ǀ Michael Jäger (DE) ǀ Jason Karolak (US) ǀ Imi Knoebel (DE) ǀ Gerda Kruimer (NL) ǀ Antoine Langenieux-Villard (FR) ǀ Rudy Lanjouw (NL) ǀ Annekatrin Lemke (DE) ǀ Jai Llewellyn (GB) ǀ Peter Lowe (GB) ǀ Jonas Maas (DE) ǀ Dóra Maurer (HU) ǀ Patrick Mifsud (GB) ǀ Burghard Müller-Dannhausen (DE) ǀ Laurence Noga (GB) ǀ Paul Pagk (US) ǀ Nina Pops (RS) ǀ Marlon Red (RO) ǀ Tim Renshaw (GB) ǀ Ivo Ringe (DE) ǀ James Ryan (GB) ǀ Julio Rondo (ES) ǀ Suzan Shutan (US) ǀ Sonita Singwi (US) ǀ Sandi Slone (US) ǀ Gary Stephan (US) ǀ Lorraine Tady (US) ǀ Dannielle Tegeder (US) ǀ Isabella Til (DE) ǀ Don Voisine (US) ǀ Thomas Weil (DE) ǀ András Wolsky (HU) ǀ Miro Zahra (DE) 

Special events during the exhibition (we reserve the right to make changes)
October 11th, 11 am and 1 pm – guided tour with the curators
October 25th, 3 pm – guided tour with collector Carl-Jürgen Schroth and curator Juliane Rogge
November 7th, 3 pm – guided tour for families
November 26th, 5 pm – “late night“ guided tour
December 12th, 3 pm – guided tour with the curators
January 10th, 2021, 3 pm – Closing Day with guided tour

Due to the current restrictions depending from Corona virus, we ask you to register with your contact details for each event via e-mail to rsvp@skk-soest.de. Entrance and attendance fee is free on Finissage day. Apart from that, attendance fee incl. entrance fee is 6 € for guided tours in the afternoon and 10 € in the evening. Visitors aged younger than 16 years attend for free.

Exhibition period
11. Oktober 2020 – 10. Januar 2021

Room Schroth in the Museum Wilhelm Morgner
Thomästraße 1, 59494 Soest – Germany
Arrival

Opening Hours
Tue, Wed, Fri 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Sat + Sun 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Entrance
see Museum Wilhelm Morgner Website

Images and text by Stiftung Konzeptuelle Kunst

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