Description: Only a few artists have tested the boundaries of freedom so constantly as Hermann Nitsch — and have been harassed and persecuted for it so often, including criminal charges, protests, and threats.
Only a few artists have tested the boundaries of freedom so constantly as Hermann Nitsch — and have been harassed and persecuted for it so often, including criminal charges, protests, and threats.
The exhibition is on view until 20th July 2022 at Oficine 800 on the island of Giudecca, Venice during the 59th Venice Biennale.
However, in 2012, philanthropist Jonathan Ruffer purchased both the paintings and the castle, preserving them for the nation and displaying them to the public.
We are immersed in a pictorial, actionist environment in which the basic constants of his work spread out visually, located between the momentary and the eternal, the dynamically moving and the contemplatively calm, the real and the symbolic, between purity and defilement, excessive demands and reflection.
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