• Volker Tannert

    Kunsthalle, Badischer Kunstverein

    The subject as the measure of all things! Cries of protest against this prevalent notion are becoming more and more numerous. When a universally valid theory begins to collapse, the demand for such validity—for a world view woven of new shared insights—multiplies. The art of the ’80s, it would seem, allows its individual viewers to decide upon the intensity of their own feelings, their moods, and their strategies for self-fulfillment. Horrified observers see subjective whim directing this course and search for an art that could create universal images, that could guarantee the future for us. In

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