With a solo exhibition at Haus Esters, the Kunstmuseen Krefeld will shed new light on the radicality and topicality of the artistic approach of Adolf Luther (Krefeld-Uerdingen 1912–1990 Krefeld). The show highlights how the Krefeld-based artist created spatial experiences with his objects and architectural integrations, in which the viewer takes on a key role. His artworks are instruments for the perception of a constantly changing reality. The exhibition—organized in cooperation with the Adolf Luther Foundation— explores the findings of science and Enlightenment thought as impulses for artistic work of Adolf Luther.
Curators: Katia Baudin und Magdalena Broska, Director, Adolf Luther Foundation
The exhibition is part of the series of dialogues between Haus Lange and Haus Esters. The artists Adolf Luther and Julio Le Parc meet under the title Interactive Spatial Experiences.