A selection of works by thirty–one female artists is presented in this exhibition as a reflection on recent aesthetic, political and social transformations
Leiko Ikemura, as well as artists as Rosa Barba, Bonvicini, Ceal Floyer, Asta Gröting, Anne Imhof, Annette Kelm, Adrian Piper, Karin Sander, Sturtevant, Rosemarie Trockel and Patricia Waller, among others, represent different generations and cultural influences in various disciplines and themes.
Udo Kittelmann, curator of the exhibitions points out, “The exhibition gives the works a voice and believes in their power and meaning, allowing some of them to be loud and other to assert themselves subtly and quietly”.
Leiko Ikemura, Usagi Greeting, 2021. Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden - “Der König ist tot, lang lebe die Königin”. Photo: Nikolay Kazakov
The presentation brings together works from a variety of disciplines, including painting, sculpture, film, sound, and installation. The works contribute to the overall narrative staging of the exhibition while remaining in focus as distinctive individual voices.