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Image change: "If paintings were live pets, would you buy them more readily? oder Bilderlügen haben lange Beine"

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Friday, 16 October 2020
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Friday, 16 October 2020 - 7:00pm

Image change: another, new hanging with help by the audience

Friday 16.10.2020, 7pm (2 places left)

Friday 13.11.2020, 7pm

Saturday 12.12.2020, 3pm 

– only by appointment (info@dasesszimmer.com) , a limited number of seats – (mask required)

We are delighted to present the solo exhibition "If Paintings were live Pets, would you buy them more readily? Oder Bilderlügen haben lange Beine" by Swiss artist Matthias Aeberli (Basel) at das Esszimmer. His method of sampling – content- and formal-wise – can be viewed as a visual experimental arrangement that revolves around the one question: „How does an image become an image?“. This image survey or image research runs throughout Matthias Aeberli’s entire oeuvre.

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+49 (0)228 538 766 12
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Mechenstrasse 25, 53129 Bonn

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