New Works – Art Collection Deutsche Börse

Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation
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© Anastasia Samoylova | Pink Sidewalk from the series Floodzone, 2017

The exhibition "New Works" presents a selection of new acquisitions for the Art Collection Deutsche Börse. It brings together works from different geographical regions spanning a period from the mid-20th century to the present. The artists represented focus on social and political issues, turning the spotlight on areas of tension in society and drawing attention to grievances. In their exploration of essential social challenges, the artists develop individual yet universally comprehensible visual languages that offer space for dialogue.

The topics on display include the effects of flight and migration as well as social tensions in deprived areas. The artists examine the often ambivalent relationship between humans and nature and address societal and political conflicts, past and present, in Europe, the USA, South Africa and Central America. With an impressive sensitivity to the complexity of broader social contexts, they visualise issues of equal opportunity and forms of political protest and address socio-economic processes and cultural differences between different social milieus.The artists in the exhibition are: Mohammed Bourouissa, Alejandro Cartagena, Daniel Castro Garcia, Larry Clark, Anton Kusters, Susan Meiselas, Philip Montgomery, Anastasia Samoylova, Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse.

Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation
October 13, 2023
January 21, 2024
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