2022

Raghu­bir Singh. Kolka­ta

7/9 – 11/6/2022

The In­­­dian pho­­to­g­ra­pher Raghu­bir Singh (1942–1999) re­­peat­ed­­ly re­­turned to Kol­ka­­ta (called Cal­­cut­­ta un­til 2001), and over the years he cre­at­ed a com­­plex and mul­ti­lay­ered pho­­to­­graph­ic por­­trait of the ci­­ty. In this way, the dif­fer­­ent his­­tor­i­­cal lay­ers are equal­­ly rep­re­sen­t­ed in the pho­­to­­graph. Singh’s pho­­to­­graphs are a cos­­mopol­i­­tan’s ho­­mage to a cos­­mopol­i­­tan ci­­ty. In the pho­­tog­ra­­phy room, the Mu­se­um Lud­wig pre­sen­t­ed twelve pho­­to­­graphs from Singh’s Cal­­cut­­ta se­ries, which have been part of the col­lec­­tion since 2017. more

Isa­mu Noguchi

3/26 – 7/31/2022

The Mu­se­um Lud­wig host­ed the first com­pre­hen­­sive ret­ro­spec­­tive in Eu­­rope in over twen­­ty years on the Ja­­pa­­nese Amer­i­­can sculp­­tor Isa­­mu Noguchi (b. 1904 in Los An­ge­les, d. 1988 in New York). It cov­­ered all of Noguchi’s cre­a­­tive pe­ri­ods and prac­tices with 150 works and pre­sent him as an ex­per­i­­men­­tal and po­l­it­i­­cal­­ly en­­gaged artist. more

Voiceover: Fe­lice Bea­to in Ja­pan

2/19 – 6/12/2022

In a pre­sen­­ta­­tion in the pho­­tog­ra­­phy room, the Mu­se­um Lud­wig was show­ing hand-col­ored pho­­to­­graphs by the Italian-Bri­tish pho­­to­g­ra­pher Fe­lice Bea­­to. His West­­ern, ex­oti­­ciz­ing view of a by­­gone Ja­­pan, which he re­cre­at­ed in his stu­­dio, were sup­­ple­­men­t­ed in the pre­sen­­ta­­tion with spo­ken com­­men­­tary by Ja­­pa­­nese peo­­ple. more

Pre­sen­ta­tion of the Ger­hard Richter Col­lec­tion

2/1 – 5/1/2022

The Mu­se­um Lud­wig was pre­sen­t­ing a con­­cen­­trat­ed ex­hi­bi­­tion in hon­or of Ger­hard Richter’s nineti­eth birth­­day. From Fe­bruary 1 to May 1, 2022, the Mu­se­um Lud­wig showed a se­lec­­tion of five works by Ger­hard Richter (born Fe­bruary 9, 1932) from its col­lec­­tion. The ex­hi­bi­­tion fea­­tured fig­u­ra­­tive works de­pic­t­ing peo­­ple and ob­­jects as well as ab­s­­tract pain­t­ings and works com­prised of panes of glass and mir­rors. more

2021 Wolf­gang-Hahn-Prize: Mar­cel Oden­bach

11/17/2021 – 2/20/2022

Mar­­cel Oden­bach (*1953 in Cologne) was award­ed the 2021 Wolf­­gang Hahn Prize by the Ge­sellschaft für Mod­­erne Kunst. The award cer­e­­mony al­ways al­­so in­­­cludes an ac­qui­si­­tion for the col­lec­­tion of the Mu­se­um Lud­wig. Thanks to Mar­­cel Oden­bach’s generos­i­­ty, the Ge­sellschaft für Mod­­erne Kunst am Mu­se­um Lud­wig ac­quired his unique Sch­nittvor­la­­gen for the 2021 Wolf­­gang Hahn Prize, which were shown in the ex­hi­bi­tion. more

HERE AND NOW at Mu­se­um Lud­wig: to­gether for and against it

11/13/2021 – 2/13/2022

With the ex­hi­bi­­tion to­gether for and against it, the Mu­se­um Lud­wig was fo­­cus­ing on po­si­­tions of con­tem­po­rary art in Ja­­pan and their his­­tor­i­­cal pre­de­ces­­sors. A start­ing point is the con­sid­er­a­­tion of the Ja­­pa­­nese avant-garde in the 1960s from to­­day’s per­spec­­tives. What de­vel­op­­ments in the post-war pe­ri­od did artists re­act to at the time? What mo­ti­­vat­ed their sen­sa­­tio­n­al public per­­for­­mances? What moves the artist col­lec­­tive Chim↑Pom and the artist Ko­­ki Ta­­na­­ka to­­day, and how do they re­late to this his­­tor­i­­cal move­­ment? more

Pi­cas­so Shared and Di­vid­ed: The Artist and His Im­age in East and West Ger­many

9/25/2021 – 1/30/2022

What do we as­­so­­ci­ate with Pab­­lo Pi­­cas­­so? And what as­­so­­ci­a­­tions with him did the Ger­­man peo­­ple have in mind dur­ing the post-war years, when he was at the height of his fame? Far more than we do: This was the main idea of the ex­hi­bi­­tion, which re­veals a for­­got­ten breadth, ten­­sion, and pro­­duc­­tiv­i­­ty of th­ese ap­pro­pri­a­­tions. It dealt not on­­ly with the artist, but with his au­di­ence, which in­­ter­pret­ed Pi­­cas­­so’s art in very dif­fer­­ent ways in the cap­i­­tal­ist West and in the so­­cial­ist East. The Ger­­man Pi­­cas­­so was di­vid­ed, but this di­vi­­sion al­­so sti­m­u­lat­ed the re­­cep­­tion: Be­­cause ev­ery­one ques­­tioned his art, it had some­thing to say for ev­ery­one. more

Au­gust & Marta: How Au­gust San­der Pho­to­graphed the Pain­ter Mar­ta Hege­mann (and Her Chil­dren’s Room!)

10/16/2021 – 1/23/2022

With this pre­sen­­ta­­tion in the pho­­tog­ra­­phy room, we have at­temp­t­ed to make a 1929 chil­­dren’s room tan­gi­ble for vis­i­­tor for which Mar­­ta Hege­­mann had cre­at­ed sev­er­al wall pain­t­ings. Ex­­cept for pho­­to­­graphs tak­en by Au­­gust San­der, no traces of them have sur­­vived to­­day. Com­­ple­­men­t­ed by por­­traits and works on pa­per by Hege­­mann we try to of­fer in­­sight in­­­to her de­signs for the mu­rals, and young vis­i­­tors are ex­­plic­it­­ly in­­vit­ed to ex­­plore them. more

Boaz Kaiz­man: Green Area

3/9/2021 – 1/16/2022

On the an­niver­sary year “2021: 1700 Years of Jew­­ish Life in Ger­­many,” the Mu­se­um Lud­wig has in­­vit­ed the artist Boaz Kaiz­­man (born in 1962 in Tel Aviv, has lived and worked in Cologne since 1993) to de­vel­op a new work. The video in­­s­­tal­la­­tion Grü­­nan­lage (Green Area) com­pris­es six­­teen new videos in sev­en large pro­­jec­­tions across two walls. It will be pre­sen­t­ed in the large ex­hi­bi­­tion hall at the Mu­se­um Lud­wig span­n­ing around 200 square me­ters. more

2021

In Si­tu: Pho­to Sto­ries on Mi­gra­tion

6/19 – 10/3/2021

Pho­­to­­graphs of Cologne and other ci­ties in the Rhine­­land from the pe­ri­od be­tween 1955 and 1989 vi­­su­al­ize the con­s­­tant changes brought about by the re­si­­dents. Yet the sto­ries of mi­­grant work­ers in pho­­tog­ra­­phy are bare­­ly pre­sent in the public vi­­su­al me­m­o­ry of th­ese ci­ties. For the first time, this ex­hi­bi­­tion at the Mu­se­um Lud­wig will fo­­cus on per­­so­n­al pho­­to­­graphs. An im­­por­­tant start­ing point is doc­u­­ments of sto­ries of mi­­gra­­tion from DO­MiD. In in­­ter­views, the len­ders of the works in the ex­hi­bi­­tion talk about their di­­verse his­­to­ries. more

Sisi in Pri­vate: The Em­press’s Pho­to Al­bums

10/24/2020 – 9/19/2021

Like many up­­per-class wo­m­en of her time, Elis­a­­beth of Aus­­tria-Hun­­gary, known as Sisi, col­lec­t­ed por­­trait pho­­to­­graphs in the 1860s—it was in vogue. The Mu­se­um Lud­wig holds eigh­­teen of her al­bums with some 2000 pho­­to­­graphs in carte de visite for­­mat—pho­­to­­graphs moun­t­ed on card­board around six by nine cen­­time­ters in size. They show mem­bers of the no­­bil­i­­ty—­­many of them from Elis­a­­beth’s fam­i­­ly—as well as cele­bri­ties and art­­works. more

2020 Wolf­gang Hahn Prize: Be­tye Saar

6/1/2020 – 9/12/2021

For more than fif­ty years, Be­tye Saar has cre­at­ed as­sem­blages from a wide va­ri­e­ty of found ob­jects, which she com­bines with draw­ing, prints, paint­ing, and pho­tog­ra­phy.

The Ge­sellschaft für Mod­erne Kunst am Mu­se­um Lud­wig purchased the as­sem­blage The Di­vine Face from 1971 to­gether with the Mu­se­um Lud­wig for the mu­se­um’s col­lec­tion as part of the prize award­ed to Be­tye Saar. The work will be pre­sent­ed in the mu­se­um’s col­lec­tion along with two etch­in­gs re­cent­ly ac­quired through the “Per­len­such­er am Mu­se­um Lud­wig” ini­tia­tive as well as a col­lage, an artist’s book and the film Be­tye Saar: Tak­ing Care of Busi­ness.

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Andy Warhol Now

12/12/2020 – 6/13/2021

Andy Warhol is in­­dis­­putab­­ly the best-known rep­re­sen­­ta­­tive of Pop Art. His icon­ic sub­­­jects such as Mar­i­­lyn, the Cam­pell’s soup can, and Co­­ca-Co­la bot­­tles are part of the col­lec­­tive me­m­o­ry. Thir­­ty years af­ter his last ret­ro­spec­­tive in Cologne, Andy Warhol Now pre­sents Andy Warhol as an artist whose in­­no­­va­­tive work can be re­dis­­­cov­­ered, es­­pe­­cial­­ly for a young gen­er­a­­tion in the age of mi­­gra­­tion and so­­cial di­ver­si­­ty.

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Rus­sian Avant-Garde at the Mu­se­um Lud­wig: Orig­i­nal and Fake Ques­tions, Re­search, Ex­pla­na­tions

9/26/2020 – 5/2/2021

With a stu­­dio ex­hi­bi­­tion on the Rus­sian avant-garde, the Mu­se­um Lud­wig is pre­sen­t­ing re­search on the au­then­tic­i­­ty of works in its col­lec­­tion. Thanks to Peter and Irene Lud­wig, in ad­di­­tion to Pop Art and Pi­­cas­­so, the Rus­sian avant-garde is a core fo­­cus of the mu­se­um’s col­lec­­tion, with more than 600 works from the pe­ri­od be­tween 1905 and 1930, in­­­clud­ing some 100 pain­t­ings. more

2020

Map­ping the Col­lec­tion

6/20/2020 – 10/11/2020

The ex­hi­bi­tion Map­ping the Col­lec­tion takes a new look at two in­flu­en­tial de­cades in Amer­i­can (art) his­to­ry: the 1960s and 1970s. The ex­hi­bi­tion pre­sents a se­lec­tion of art­works from the Mu­se­um Lud­wig’s col­lec­tion by fe­male, queer, and in­dige­nous artists as well as artists of col­or who are not rep­re­sent­ed in the col­lec­tion, as an im­pe­tus for a broad­er re­cep­tion of Amer­i­can art. more

Joachim Brohm: Ruhr Land­s­capes, 1981-83

6/27/2020 – 9/27/2020

In 2006, the Mu­se­um Lud­wig ac­quired eleven works from the se­ries Ruhr­land­schaften (Ruhr Land­s­capes) by Joachim Brohm (*1955) from be­tween 1981 and 1983. The Mu­se­um Lud­wig pre­sent­ed th­ese pho­to­graphs in the Pho­tog­ra­phy Room. more

HERE AND NOW at Mu­se­um Lud­wig. Dy­nam­ic Spaces

6/6/2020 – 8/30/2020

For the ex­hi­bi­­tion “HERE AND NOW at Mu­se­um Lud­wig: Dy­­nam­ic Spaces”, the Mu­se­um Lud­wig col­lab­o­rat­ed with the plat­­form Con­tem­po­rary And (C&). Found­ed by Ju­lia Grosse and Yvette Mu­­tum­­ba, C& sees it­­self as “a dy­­nam­ic space for is­­sues and in­­­for­­ma­­tion on con­tem­po­rary art from Afri­­ca and its Glob­al Di­as­po­ra. more

Si­lent Ruins
F. A. Op­pen­heim Pho­to­graphs An­tiqui­ty

2/15/2020 – 6/14/2020

The pho­to al­bum “A­the­nien­­sische Al­terthümer” by Fe­lix Alex­an­der Op­pen­heim was ex­hi­b­it­ed for the first time, thus re­veal­ing a mo­­ment in his­­to­ry when the en­thu­si­asm for an­­tiqui­­ty, ear­­ly arche­ol­o­­gy, the politics of sym­bols in Greece, and the strug­­gle for right­­ful own­er­­ship cre­at­ed a con­­text rich in words and im­ages for th­ese si­­lent ruins. more

WADE GUY­TON
ZWEI DEKA­DEN MCMX­CIX–MMX­IX

11/16/2019 – 3/1/2020

Born in 1972, the Amer­i­can artist Wade Guy­ton has cre­at­ed a con­sis­tent and dist­inct oeu­vre for more than two de­cades. Af­ter ac­quir­ing sev­er­al of the artist’s works for the col­lec­tion, the Mu­se­um Lud­wig is host­ing a ma­jor sur­vey ex­hi­bi­tion. more

2019

Fam­i­ly Ties
The Schröder Do­na­tion

7/13–9/29/2019

In the 1990s a new art scene be­­gan to form in Cologne. Alex­an­der Schröder fol­lowed th­ese de­vel­op­­ments from Ber­lin, and be­­gan col­lec­t­ing art from the 1990s and 2000s with his spe­­cial eye. more

Schultze Pro­­jects #1
Wade Guy­­ton

2017–2019

In 2017 the Mu­se­um Lud­wig launched a new pro­­ject se­ries en­ti­­tled "Schultze Pro­­jects" with a five-part work by Wade Guy­­ton cre­at­ed es­­pe­­cial­­ly for this oc­­ca­­sion. more

Ben­jamin Katz: Ber­lin Havel­höhe, 1960/1961

6/7–9/22/2019

On the oc­­ca­­sion of the 80th birth­­day of Ben­­jamin Katz the Mu­se­um Lud­wig pre­sent­ed his se­ries of pho­­to­­graphs "Ber­lin Havel­höhe (1960/1961)", which has nev­er be­­fore been shown in its en­tire­­ty. The pho­­to­­graphs rep­re­sent a so­­cio-his­­tor­i­­cal as well as an ar­tis­tic and per­­so­n­al doc­u­­ment, since they re­­cord Katz’s be­gin­n­ings as a pho­­to­g­ra­pher. more

Fio­na Tan. GAAF

5/4 – 8/11/2019

The Mu­se­um Lud­wig in­­vit­ed the artist and film­­mak­er Fio­­na Tan to re­al­ize an ex­hi­bi­­tion pro­­ject with the mu­se­um’s pho­­tog­ra­­phy col­lec­­tion as the start­ing point. more

Jac Leirn­er
2019 Wolf­gang Hahn Prize

4/10 – 8/25/2019

In 2019, the Ge­sellschaft für Mod­­erne Kunst am Mu­se­um Lud­wig rec­og­nized Jac Leirn­er with the 25th edi­tion of the Wolf­­gang Hahn Prize. The Brazilian artist has been pur­­su­ing a sub­­­tle anal­y­­sis of so­­cial and rep­re­sen­­ta­­tio­n­al sys­tems for many years. more

Nil Yal­ter
Ex­ile Is a Hard Job

3/9 – 6/2/2019

Since the 1970s, Nil Yal­ter has been work­ing as a pi­oneer of so­­cial­­ly en­­gaged and tech­ni­­cal­­ly ad­­vanced art.The Mu­se­um Lud­wig will host­ed the Turk­ish artist’s first ma­jor sur­vey ex­hi­bi­­tion. more

Alexan­der von Hum­boldt
Pho­tog­ra­phy and Le­ga­cy

10/13/2018 – 2/10/2019

The year 2019 will mark the 250th an­niver­sary of the birth of Alex­an­der von Hum­boldt (1769–1859). The Mu­se­um Lud­wig is tak­ing this an­niver­sary as an oc­­ca­­sion to trace Hum­boldt’s con­nec­­tion to pho­­tog­ra­­phy. more

Gabriele Mün­ter
Paint­ing to the Point

9/15/2018 – 1/13/2019

Her role as a ded­i­­cat­ed pro­po­­nent, me­di­a­­tor, and long­­time com­­panion of Wass­i­­ly Kand­in­sky is well known and rec­og­nized. This ex­hi­bi­­tion de­­mon­s­­trat­ed Gabriele Mün­ter’s im­­por­­tance and in­­de­pen­­dence as a pain­ter. more

2018

Pho­to­g­ra­pher's Name
Aenne Bier­mann

6/16 – 9/30/2018

Aenne Bi­er­­mann (1898–1933) took pho­­to­­graphs of her im­me­di­ate sur­round­in­gs from 1925 un­til her ear­­ly death, and this body of work helped shape mod­­er­nist pho­­tog­ra­­phy. more

Wern­er Mantz
Ar­chi­tec­tures and Peo­ple

10/14/2017 – 1/21/2018

Wern­er Mantz is known as one of the most promi­nent pho­to­g­ra­phers of the Neues Bauen move­ment of mod­er­nist ar­chi­tec­ture in Cologne dur­ing the 1920s. In a se­cond cre­a­tive pe­ri­od he re­turned to por­trait pho­tog­ra­phy. . more

2017

Ger­hard Richter: New Paint­ings

2/9–5/1/2017

The ex­hi­bi­­tion Ger­hard Richter: New Paint­ings pre­sent­ed new ab­s­­tract pain­t­in­gs cre­at­ed in 2016 along­­side works from the col­lec­­tion of the Mu­se­um Lud­wig by Richter more

Ot­to Fre­undlich: Cos­mic Com­mu­nism

2/18–5/14/2017

In a big ret­ro­spec­tive, the Mu­se­um Lud­wig pre­sent­ed one of the most orig­i­nal ab­s­tract artists of the twen­ti­eth cen­tu­ry: Ot­to Fre­undlich (1878–1943) more

Tr­isha Don­nel­ly: 2017 Wolf­gang Hahn Prize

4/25–8/31/2017

The Ge­sellschaft für Mod­­erne Kunst am Mu­se­um Lud­wig pre­sent­ed the 2017 Wolf­­gang Hahn Prize to Tr­isha Don­nel­­ly. With this prize, the or­­gani­za­­­tion rec­og­nized the ex­­traor­d­i­­nary oeu­vre of the artist more

Art in­to Life! Col­lec­tor Wolf­gang Hahn and the 60s

6/24–9/24/2017

In the 1960s, the Rhine­­land al­ready was an im­­por­­tant cen­ter for a rev­o­lu­­tio­­nary oc­cur­rence in art. In touch with the lat­est trends of this ex­c­it­ing pe­ri­od, Wolf­­gang Hahn (1924–1987) be­­gan ac­quir­ing this new art and cre­at­ed a mul­ti­­facet­ed col­lec­­tion more

2016

Fer­nand Léger: Paint­ing in Space

04/09–07/03/2016

The first ret­ro­spec­­tive that fo­­cus­es on Fer­­­nand Léger’s mu­rals, cast­ing a new light on one of the most di­­verse and in­­flu­en­­tial artists of mod­­er­nism. more

2015

Bernard Schultze

Ber­nard Schultze. A Cen­ten­nial Ex­hi­bi­tion

05/30–11/22/2015

Ber­­nard Schultze (1915–2005) was a lead­­ing ex­po­­nent of ges­­tu­ral ab­s­­tract pain­t­ing in Eu­­rope. The Mu­se­um Lud­wig is pay­ing ho­­mage to him on the cen­ten­­nial of his birth. more

Danh Võ, We the People, Armpit, 2011-2013, installation view, Museum Ludwig Köln © Danh Vo

Danh Võ. Ydob eht ni mraw si ti

08/01–10/25/2015

The Viet­namese artist Danh Võ is pre­sent­ing his most well-known long-term pro­ject 'We The Peo­ple', amongst other works more

Al­i­bis: Sig­mar Polke.
Ret­ro­spec­tive

03/14–07/05/2015

For the first time, all the me­­dia with which the artist en­­gaged in­­ten­­sive­­ly through­out his ca­reer are brought to­gether in one ex­hi­bi­­tion, with works dat­ing from 1963 through 2010. more

2014

In­tractable and Un­tamed: Doc­u­men­tary Pho­tog­ra­phy around 1979

06/28–11/16/2014

The ex­hi­bi­tion shows works by 15 artists who fol­lowed a doc­u­men­tary ap­proach in their pho­tog­ra­phy in the so-called cri­sis de­cades af­ter 1979 more

Os­car Tu­a­zon.
Alone in an emp­ty room

02/14–07/13/2014

Os­car Tu­a­zon has re­al­ized a site-spe­cif­ic in­s­tal­la­tion at the Mu­se­um Lud­wig, re­buld­ing parts of a pri­vate home in­side the mu­se­um's wide open stair­case more

Pierre Huyghe

04/11–07/13/2014

Pierre Huyghe has trans­formed the ex­hi­bi­tion space in­to a whole world of its own, bring­ing to­gether liv­ing sys­tems, ob­­jects, films, pho­­to­­graphs, draw­ings, and mu­sic more

Photo: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln/Museum Ludwig/Britta Schlier

LUD­WIG GOES POP

10/01/2014–1/11/2015

Peter and Irene Lud­wig brought Pop Art to Ger­­many. The ex­hi­bi­tion brings it to­gether in a large sur­vey ex­hi­bi­­tion with works from the other Lud­wig Mu­se­ums around the world more

An­drea Bütt­n­er. 2

09/15/2014–03/15/2015

2 – the ti­tle is the agen­da. The largest room in the mu­se­um is di­vid­ed in­to two parts, one light and the other dark, show­ing re­cent works range­ing from prints, wood­cuts, phot­graphs, to a large-scale video-in­s­tal­la­tion more

2013

© Jo Baer, photo: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln / Britta Schlier

Jo Baer

05/25–08/25/2013

From 24 May through 25 Au­gust 2013, the Mu­se­um Lud­wig show­cased - as the first ev­er Ger­man in­sti­tu­tion to do so - the US Amer­i­can artist Jo Baer (b.1929 in Seat­tle, lives since 1984 in Am­s­ter­dam) in a so­lo ex­hi­bi­tion more

© Shady Lane Productions, Foto: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln / Britta Schlier

Phil Collins. In ev­ery dream home a hear­tache

04/21–07/21/2013

At the heart of Phil Collins' work is the in­di­vi­d­u­al in our me­dia so­ci­e­ty. A new com­pre­hen­sive pro­ject has been cre­at­ed es­pe­cial­ly for the Mu­se­um Lud­wig more

©  The Saul Steinberg Foundation / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2013, Foto: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln / Leon Sinowenka

Saul Stein­berg. The Amer­i­cans

03/23–06/23/2013

The Mu­se­um Lud­wig pre­sents the com­plete mu­ral-col­lage cre­at­ed by Saul Stein­berg for EX­PO 58 in Brus­sels for the first time since its en­tire­ty more

2012

Abbildung Kriwet

Kriwet

12/23/2011–07/08/2012

Graph­ic works and au­dio plays by Ger­man artist Fer­d­i­nand Kri­wet more

Abbildung Vor dem Gesetz

Be­fore the Law

12/17/2011–04/22/2012

The para­ble “Be­fore the Law” by Franz Kaf­ka (1915) serves as a guid­ing mo­tif for this ex­hi­bi­tion idea more

Foto: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln / Peter Kunz

In Me­m­o­ry of Irene Lud­wig

11/29/2011–06/24/2012

On the oc­ca­sion of the first an­niver­sary of her pass­ing, the Mu­se­um Lud­wig has in­s­talled a room with works from the pri­vate resi­dence of Peter and Irene Lud­wig more

© Cosima von Bonin,  Courtesy Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne/Berlin Foto: Lothar Schnepf

Cosi­ma von Bonin
CUT! CUT! CUT!

11/05/2011–05/13/2012

The Mu­se­um Lud­wig is pre­sent­ing an ex­hi­bi­tion of the artist Cosi­ma von Bonin, which will de­vel­op as a 'Work in Progress' in four Eu­ro­pean ci­ties more