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Lucy McKenzie – Prime Suspect

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David Smith, „Forging” series of sculptures in progress, Bolton Landing Dock, Lake George, NY, ca. 1956, Estate of David Smith © 2020 Estate of David Smith / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020 Panel

Transformations in Postwar Sculpture

Alina Szapocznikow, Panel

Hybrid Figurations of the 1960s

Abb. Albert Renger-Patzsch, Marmor an der Lahn (Metamorphit), 1963, Tafel 55, in: „Gestein“, 1966, © Albert Renger-Patzsch / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020 Talk

Theories of Sculpture in Technological Change

Panel

Materializing Cyberbodies since the 1980s

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Workshop

FULLY BOOKED | Love of surfaces – Lucy McKenzie in Maxvorstadt

  • LanguageGerman
  • Time of day5:00 PM until 7:30 PM
  • Duration150 minutes
  • RegistrationRegister at  programm@pinakothek.de or under (089) 23805-198 Limited number of places.
  • Price15 Euro incl. admission, reduced price 10 Euro incl. admission. Minors under 18 free of charge

Description

In this workshop the participants will become familiar with the painterly qualities in McKenzie’s works. The focus is on the illusionism of surfaces and textures. What meaning does architecture have for us and what meaning does it have for McKenzie? Afterwards, we will go to Maxvorstadt to collect surfaces photographically. This district is particularly suitable for the purpose, as the architecture there is characterized by classicistic urban expansion, the destruction of the Second World War and subsequent reconstruction, but also by the gentrification of recent years, thus making the area especially diverse. The collected surfaces will be printed, collaged and combined with drawings in the museum.

 

Workshop with Uli Ball 

 

For everyone aged between 14 and 99.

 

Meeting point: Museum information desk

 

Please note: 

All participants will have their own workspace with art materials. Naturally we will comply with all necessary COVID-19 requirements. We shall explain the hygiene regulations to you at reception. Prior to your visit, you must complete and sign our form for the purpose of contact tracing.

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