Szilard Huszank // Kunstverein Ludwigsburg 2023 // Where has Alice gone?

With his fictional landscape compositions, the Hungarian-German artist Szilard Huszank takes us to sceneries that are apparently idyllic and full of longing. Starting from a large repertoire of classical motifs, he transforms them into a play of colors and surfaces via his individual artistic language. The virtuosically designed works, which combine technical skill with content, are being shown for the first time at the Kunstverein Ludwigsburg.

February 2, 2023, 6.30 p.m., the artist is present

Harald Jahnke

Exhibition remarks:
Dr. Martin Hellmold, art historian

Duration of the exhibition:
February 2, – March 23, 2023

March 23, 2023, 6.30 p.m.

Kunstverein Ludwigsburg
Eberhardstraße 1
71634 Ludwigsburg
Fon: 0 71 41.92 91 96

Opening hours:
Thrusday – Sunday: 2 p.m.  – 6 p.m.

Hanna Nitsch // Vögele Kulturzentrum (CH) // doing family

Nothing influences us as much as the family. We associate it with love, support, trust – but also pain, disappointment and effort. Today, the definition of family is no longer clear: In addition to the typical middle-class family, a wide variety of forms of cohabitation are becoming established.
What role does family background play in one’s own life concept? What influence do money, power and social role models have on family life? Can love and care also be constricting? What stories and secrets shape our relationship with relatives or friends?
The group show “doing family” focuses on the influences and challenges that characterize family life.

With artworks by: Johan Bävman, Olga Bushkova, Nesa Gschwend, Diana Karklin, Tanja Krebs, Isabelle Krieg, Janaina Mello Landini, Hanna Nitsch, Caroline Minjolle, Tim Rod, Peter Sauerer, Klaudia Schifferle, Magnus Wennman

Vögele Kultur Zentrum
Gwattstrasse 14
8808 Pfäffikon SZ

Duration of the exhibition:
15.11.2022 – 19.03.2023

Opening hours:
Tue – Su: 11 a.m. – 17 p.m.
Thursday: 11 a.m. – 20 p.m.

Venske & Spänle // AUTOEATER am Stachus, München

Since 24.09.2022 the sculpture AUTOEATER by the artist duo Venske & Spänle can be seen at the Stachus in front of the Palace of Justice (Munich).