Haus der Kunst is pleased to announce the first comprehensive overview of Kendell Geers’s work. Curated by Clive Kellner, the exhibition, which fills more than 900 square meters of space, examines the artistic practice of Kendell Geers, which spans a variety of media and genres including installation, sculpture, drawing, video, performance, and photography. Kendell Geers 1988–2012 traces the shift and the development of the artist’s conceptual and aesthetic language, divided into two chronological but interlinked groupings: 1988 to 2000, a period which covers his practice when he was living in Johannesburg, South Africa, and 2000 until the present, covering his move and residence in Europe.
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