The contrasting panorama depicted in “überall und nirgends” (everywhere and nowhere) shows the multi-faceted nature of the Reydan Weiss collection, whose concept focuses on culture as a life form.
The works of many renowned contemporary artists, created in a diverse range of media, focus on the themes of identity, homeland, gender roles, the dialogue between cultures but also the failure of ideas, concepts and models.
The exhibition combines the collector’s personal interests and background with important current issues. The works presented here deal with a number of issues, in some cases provocatively and starkly: distance and proximity, the notion of being away and at home, ownership and emotions.
Artists (among others)
Rita Ackermann, Antonio Ballester Moreno, Bertozzi e Casoni, GL Brierley, Kaucyila Brooke, Daniele Buetti, Jonas Burgert, André Butzer, Patrick van Caeckenbergh, Ouyang Chun, Mat Collishaw, Johan Creten Marcel Dzama, Slawomir Elsner, Neil Farber, Famed, Liu Fei, Charles Fréger, Gama, Marianna Gartner, Rachel Goodyear, Doug Hall, Julie Heffernan, Maya Hewitt, Rebecca Horn, Joanna Kirk, David LaChapelle, Wolfe von Lenkiewicz, Thomas Lerooy, Graham Little, Rosilene Luduvico, Alastair Mackie, Charles Matton, Kate MccGwire, Olaf Metzel, Marylin Minter, Yasumasa Morimura, Wangechi Mutu, Yoshitomo Nara + Hiroshi Sugito, Shirin Neshat, Julie Nord, Ged Quinn, Léopold Rabus, Bettina Rheims, Gerhard Richter, Ricarda Roggan, Daniela Rossell, Gino Rubert, Carlos Saura, Oskar Schmidt, Dennis Scholl, Norbert Schwontkowski, He Sen, Cindy Sherman, Sigga Björg Sigurdardóttir, Laurie Simmons, Andreas Slominski, Anj Smith, Anett Stuth, Alex Tennigkeit, Emeli Theander, Zhou Tiehai, Iké Udé, Rinus Van de Velde, Sandra Vásquez de la Horra, Steve Viezens, Richard Wathen, Mathew Weir, Nil Yalter, Keisuke Yamamoto, Manabu Yamanaka, Liu Ye, Feng Zhengjie, Qi Zhilong