Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 30-32, D-70173 Stuttgart, Germany
The works on show range from an early painting by Georg Baselitz – “Ein Grüner zerrissen”, 1968, not yet upside-down! – to our most recent acquisition, a group of works by Katharina Grosse of 2013.
Drawing on the breadth of the collection, the exhibition presents key aspects of recent and contemporary artistic practice, shedding light on the broad range of different media and techniques used to address a wealth of themes. There is art attacking the image of women, art asking existential questions and art questioning its very own raison d’être. The autonomy of colour is a theme as is the intuitive experience of light and space.
Visitors will find themselves drawn in and challenged in equal measure. Those who are willing to engage are richly rewarded. Each of the spaces allows viewers to experience the power of art to alter, sensitise or intensify their (self-) perception or body-awareness. We hope you’ll enjoy the experience and guarantee a new insight or two.