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Luca Vitone

In film, painting, sculpture, photography, audio works or olfactory projects, Luca Vitone’s work formulates questions about roots and migration, the longing for home and the forms of representation of places. The exhibition, which focuses on the large, olfactory work Imperium, is the first solo exhibition by the artist in a German museum.

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Peter Piller - Richard Prince

With Richard Prince (*1949) and Peter Piller (*1968), two artists focusing respectively on American myths and the realities of life in Germany — different generations, diverse worlds —, there is an encounter at the Weserburg Museum for Modern Art between two extremely original artistic oeuvres offering exemplary presentations of life and thought in and through pictures.

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The Way We Are 3.0

The third edition of the exhibition format The Way We Are likewise presents spaces devoted to themes and artists with works loaned from affiliated private collections, offered by the featured artists and drawn from the museum’s own holdings. The focus is on issues such as the contemporary image of the human being, the role of daily life or photography after photography, as well as on minimalistic tendencies, images of Germany, the medium of the book or contemporary art as an expression of aesthetic contradiction.

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