Group exhibition photography, painting, graphic art, sculpture at Tapetenwerk, Leipzig
Photographic works, which traditionally form the focus of the exhibition, are juxtaposed with contemporary works from the fields of painting, graphics and sculpture. In 2021, the focus will be on the exchange between city and country: Leipzig artists who deal with the landscape as a genre and/or the changed working world in the countryside will enter into a dialogue with the themes, working methods and realizations of artists who have found their center of life in the countryside. The resulting synergies and contacts are to be sustainably expanded in further projects, including joint symposia and traveling exhibitions in rural areas.
Sarah Diekmann/Berlin, Christine Ebersbach/Wurzen, Hans-Peter Hund/Wurzen, Hartmut Kiewert/Leipzig, Thomas Kläber/Kolkwitz, Alexander Lorenz/Leipzig, Jürgen Matschie/Bautzen, Jürgen Pietsch/Spröda, Fabian Reimann/Leipzig, Nadin Maria Rüfenacht/Holzhausen and Jochen Plogsties/Leipzig as prize winners 2019
Hjördis Baacke, Dipl. Visual Arts, and Hans-Ulrich Kopsch, Dipl. Political Scientist
July 1, 2021, 6 pm
1 – 11 July 2021
Tue – Sun: 1 – 6 pm
Guided tours through the exhibition
Saturdays at 3 p.m. (by appointment only)
Hall CO1, Tapetenwerk
Lützner Strasse 91
A catalog will be published to accompany the exhibition.
Organizer since 2018: Leipzig Institute for Communication LEIIK gGmbH at the Tapetenwerk in Leipzig.
PARADIGMA Blickwechsel has been under the patronage of the Saxon Minister of Culture since 2015.