Drawing on post-war architecture in Germany and transforming the language of public architecture, Thomas Schütte changes his view of our age and places architectural models on table-stands, raising them to the rank of monuments to our civilization. As architectural metaphors, they constitute an allegory of his view of the world.
Curators: Andrea Bellini and Dieter Schwarz
A coproduction with Castello di Rivoli, Turin
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