Since her beginnings as an artist, Martha Jungwirth has valued paper as a medium for painting. Her subtle, intensive color compositions serve to convey her subjective perception of visible and felt reality.

We love Animals.

Our relationship to animals is ambivalent. On the one hand, we love animals, and on the other, we produce and eat them in huge numbers. Never before has this topic been of such relevance. Under the title We love Animals, the Kunstmuseum Ravensburg is dedicating an extensive exhibition to animals. Inspired by the work Eine Cobra Gruppe (1964), from the collection of Peter and Gudrun Selinka, the examines the relationship between humans and animals from the sixteenth century until today and traces the development of an empathetic animal-human relationship based on over 100 works from public and private collections. The accompanying publication includes works from 400 years of art history and the most recent research initiatives on the topic.


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"We love Animals."

July 2017

ISBN 978-3-7356-0373-9

22,00 x 28,50 cm

176 Pages

111 colored and 12 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German

Dr. Nicole Fritz, Kunstmuseum Ravensburg
Text by
Nicole Fritz, Karen Kurczynski, Marcel Sebastian
Design by
Sarah Nöllenheidt, buero noc Berlin
WE LOVE ANIMALS. 400 JAHRE TIER UND MENSCH IN DER KUNST, 1.7.– 15.10.2017, Kunstmuseum Ravensburg