Focusing on a Colour
“Painting in green is a challenge.” (Thomas Huber) Green is a symbol of hope, healing and fertility – but also jealousy, greed and poison.
What happens when we see green – instead of, for example, red? In this first exhibition on a “disturbing” colour, its topicality, its contemporary functions and meanings are at the centre of an extremely exciting presentation. Different aspects and interconnections are presented in painting, installations and video, giving rise to a lively panorama of the contemporary relevance or a colour which is as everyday as it is irritating.
Bernhard Blume, Michaël Borremans, Michał Budny, Julia Bünnagel, Aaron van Erp, Alan Ebnother, Ceal Floyer, Parastou Forouhar, Vlatka Horvat, Thomas Huber, Studio Job, Jérôme Leuba, Bärbel Messmann, Michael Najjar, Christopher Roth, Kai Schiemenz, Günter Umberg, Julie Verhoeven, Martin Walde, Johannes Wohnseifer, Hongjie Yang, Xu Zhen