• Michael Kunze

    Dany Keller Galerie

    Almost no other artist in Munich is currently igniting such sharp controversy as Michael Kunze. Some people see him as the visionary new-age protagonist, others call him a hard-core Conceptualist. In fact, his works seem virtually predestined to create misunderstandings, but they are a committed attempt to investigate new painting positions in the ’90s. “Bleibe und Ansatz” (Abode and beginning) is the title for his second solo show, which was comprised of 50 small paintings running like a frieze along the walls of the gallery. Facing the walls are five identical sculptures placed on the pillars.

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