The Way We Are 4.0 brings together some one hundred works from more than eighty artists and artist groups from different eras and contexts. Five thematic areas spread across 2,500 m² convey insights into international art from the 1960s to the present day: Worlds of the Body, Views of Germany, Aesthetic Objection, Displaced Everyday Life, and Minimalistic Tendencies. These thematic classifications are complemented by a series of artist spaces and an extraordinary art bar consisting of a former film set. This gives rise to unexpected readings of the art of our current era with respect to all the media.
The works on display come from a large number of private collections, from the museum’s own inventory, and from loans by artists.
The Way We Are 4.0 is being curated by Ingo Clauß and Janneke de Vries.
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