This exhibition brings together works of art from the collection of the German-based Art’Us Collectors’ Collective as well as other individual artists.
Questions of social marginalization, protest, cohabitation, and Heimat (homeland) are at the center of this group show that explores the position of the individual within the framework of the city and its structural suppression via urban, social, and architectonic devices. On view are various positions that address emotional and economic exclusion as well as resistance, the socially unjust impact of urban planning, and the loss of inner-city culture. Ultimately, the thread that runs through this project is the question of equality and the multiple concerns that arise from a fair and equitable togetherness. Kindly supported by Knust Kunz Gallery Editions. Curated by Paul Hutchinson.
The Place I Once Called Home
11/09/20 – 30/09/20
10/09/20 and 11/09/20