Woodcut, 253 x 162 cm; Courtesy of the artist; Photo: Florian Kleinefenn; © Thomas Schütte | Bildrecht, Wien, 2019
Photo: Florian Kleinefenn; © Thomas Schütte | Bildrecht, Wien, 2019

Thomas Schütte Thomas Schütte

ven 12 Juil 2019, 20:00

Kunsthaus Bregenz
6900 Bregenz

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Thomas Schütte is one of today’s most important artists. His artistic practice centers on watercolors, drawings, wooden constructions and models, as well as installations. His most significant group of works are his monumental sculptures – up to six meters high – cast in bronze or steel, which will also be populating Bregenz’s public spaces, and will include a dragon snorting out steam. This grotesque creature, situated on Karl-Tizian-Platz in front of Kunsthaus Bregenz, is one of three colossal sculptures to be erected in public spaces for his summer exhibition at KUB in Bregenz. In 2005 he was represented at the Venice Biennale, in 1987 at documenta 8, and in 1997 at documenta X in Kassel. In 2020 a retrospective is being dedicated to him at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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