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Monday 24.09.2018

Jochen Gerz: THE WALK - no Retrospective at Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg

Porträt Jochen Gerz - The Walk, 2018, (c) VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2018, Foto: Guido Meincke

Jochen Gerz: THE WALK - no Retrospective
Lehmbruck Museum


Jochen Gerz: THE WALK - no Retrospective from 23 September 2018 to 5 May 2019 / Vernissage: 23 September 2018 at 3 PM Exhibition from Tuesday to Sunday More informations available on our website

Andreas Benedict
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Lehmbruck Museum
Friedrich-Wilhelm-Straße 40
47051 Duisburg

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Jochen Gerz is one of the most renowned German contemporary artists. His work with people has led him into the streets, into public space. This is Gerz´ first museum exhibition in 15 years. A text that connects the artist´s life and works to eight decades of contemporary history transforms the iconic glass facade of the Lehmbruck Museum into a giant book. THE WALK is a 100 metre pathway at different heights that takes visitors through this narrative. A look back, an unusual look at the museum from outside - and a look forward: towards the future of civil society.