Kuratorenführung zur Ausstellung “Boris Lurie und Wolf Vostell – Art after the Shoah”

23.11.2022 , 16:00

Boris Lurie (1924-2008) and Wolf Vostell (1932-1998) probably met during Vostell’s first stay in New York in 1964. Born in Leverkusen and later active in Cologne, Paris and Berlin, Wolf Vostell was considered a dazzling representative of the international Fluxus movement right from the start of his artistic career. He had been addressing the unpopular subject of the Shoah in Germany since the 1950s. Vostell’s handling of the new media and means of transport (television, radio, airplane or car) in particular was characterized by both fascination and ambivalence, supported by skepticism in view of their psychological and social impact.

Cost of admission to the museum and EUR 3.00 for a guided tour, with advance registration by Tuesday at 12 noon by email to: or by calling 0261/129 2406 during opening hours. If enough participants have registered, the tour will take place and additional visitors can join spontaneously.

Boris Lurie, “Immigrant’s NO Suitcase (Anti-Pop) [der NEIN-Koffer des Einwanderers (Anti-Pop)]”, 1963, Acryl, Stoff, Papierkollage auf Koffer, 38,1 x 58,4 x 17,8 cm © Boris Lurie Art Foundation.


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