- Time of day7:00 PM until 9:00 PM
- Duration120 minutes
- Participantsmax. 200 people
- RegistrationNo registration required. Artist talk takes place in the foyer of the museum.
Moderated by Tonio Kröner
Hardly any artist is so strongly interwoven into a network of relationships and references as Michael Krebber, who emerged as one of the central figures in the myth-entwined Cologne art scene of the 1980s and 90s, and whose influence has spread far and wide in the years since. Drawing on the history of art (particularly the history of painting) as well as from philosophy, film, and the entirety of pop culture, in Krebber's work everything seems to coalesce in a style that is at once self-evident and yet difficult to grasp, ambiguous but not without a good charge of bone-dry humor. In connection with the series “Spot On”, the Museum Brandhorst highlights significant bodies of work by individual artists in its collection. On the occasion of the current “Spot On” exhibition dedicated to Michael Krebber, we have invited the artist to speak with us about his work. The conversation is led by the Berlin based artist and curator Tonio Kröner.