Robert Mangold

Hallen für neue Kunst

The addition of an entire floor to the available exhibition space at the Hallen für neue Kunst now enables it to mount temporary exhibitions alongside its magnificent permanent collection. Rather than adding to the ever more hectic, international exhibition carousel, the museum hopes to make clear “statements” intended to be “read” in close connection with the permanent collection. The aim is to activate the potential of the high-powered clusters of works by European and American artists that this institution has assembled (particularly by Joseph Beuys, Jannis Kounellis, Mario Merz, Carl Andre, Sol LeWitt, Bruce Nauman, and Robert Ryman). The changing exhibitions provide a forum for investigating new trends in the context of the permanent collection, or for highlighting different aspects of the collection itself. This small-scale Robert Mangold retrospective, the first of these exhibitions,

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