This major exhibition presents the work of three eminently important modern artists of three different generations: Piet Mondrian (Amersfoort/Netherlands 1872 – 1944 New York), Barnett Newman (New York 1905 – 1970 New York), and Dan Flavin (New York 1933 – 1996 Riverhead, N.Y.). All three dedicated themselves to abstract art, but each did so under very different spiritual and cultural premises.
Theater in french:With: Vincent Dubois and Jean-Christian Fraiscinet.
How was manhood defined and how was it depicted? How did men view themselves? What characteristics defined masculinity? Showcasing objects from our own collection, the exhibition will highlight the role of men in the Greek society, family and sexuality. Another exclusively male field, sports, is the topic of an exhibition in the Skulpturhalle Basel.