22 September - 28 February 2011. Born in 1941, Hans-Peter Feldmann grew up in post-war Germany in a world largely devoid of images. As a result he became fascinated by the escapism offered to him by images and set about collecting them in earnest from any resource available to him.
Once collected, he labouriously stuck them into albums, which he still does to this day. Comprising some of Feldmann's most important works including books, collages, photographs, installations and sculpture, the exhibition presents his fascination of everyday life.
Mon-Sat. 10.00-21.00. Sun. 10.00-14.00. Closed Tuesdays.