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“Things can only be diverse and should be diverse,” wrote Donald Judd in 1964 about the art scene in New York, and hence rejected a one-dimensional ordering of art history in favor of an open encounter with works of art.
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SEIN.ANTLITZ.KÖRPER

Does the white cube take away the sociopolitical relevance of art and does art given back such relevance in churches? Does the sacred space alter the spiritual message, and how does art with a Buddhist, Hindu, or Islamic background behave in sacred space? These are questions that the Berlin-based curator, author, and art dealer Alexander Ochs addressed in the thirteen-part series of exhibitions SEIN.ANTLITZ.KÖRPER. KIRCHEN ÖFFNEN SICH DER KUNST. Nine churches, one synagogue, and one city square each in Berlin, Jerusalem, and Eisenach an der Wartburg. In this book, numerous images and short essays by curators, art historians, theologians, and journalists shed new light on SEIN.ANTLITZ.KÖRPER.

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"SEIN.ANTLITZ.KÖRPER"

April 2017

ISBN 978-3-7356-0358-6

18,50 x 25,00 cm

200 Pages

92 colored illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German

Editor
Alexander Ochs, Georg Maria Roers, Katja Triebe
Text by
Johann Hinrich Claussen, Joachim Hake, Michaela Kühn, Alexander Ochs, Georg Maria Roers SJ, Wolfgang Schmidt, Katja Triebe, Raphael Weichlein, Petra Zimmermann
Design by
Frederik Foert, Berlin