An exhibition at the CCCB assesses the work of the late German writer and academic W.G. Sebald, examining the intermediary role he plays between literature and the visual arts.
Sebald had been tipped as a possible future winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature before he was killed in a car crash in 2001, just as his books had begun receiving international acclaim.
This exhibition links Sebald's work with that of other renowned artists and writers, such as Carlos Amorales, Andrea Geyer, Susan Hiller, Trevor Paglen, Taryn Simonand, and Jeremy Wood.
Tues-Sun 11.00-20.00 Thur 11.00-22.00