23 Sept 2005-22 Jan 2006. One of Germanys brightest lights in contemporary art, Jrg Immendorff, is the focus of this new exhibition at the New National Gallery. The former Beuys pupil, born in 1945, has created a stunning exhibition landscape including 6 pavilions and a freestanding wall form a playful architectural construction, which is related conceptually to the artists early designs for a "LIDL city. All architectural elements are linked by paths which, in keeping with the individual rooms, are painted signal red. The exhibition also features a selection of the most recent works of the Dsseldorf-based artist.
Admission: 8, concessions 4.
Tues-Wed 10.00-18.00, Thu 10.00-22.00, Fri-Sun 10.00-20.00, closed Mon.
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Immendorff. Male Lago Invisible Contribution
Neue Nationalgalerie, Kulturforum, Potsdamer Strae 50, 10785 Berlin, tel. +49302663669. Closest underground (U-Bahn): Potsdamer Platz (U2).