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In Search of Lost Time. An anthology of Edition EIKON

12.11.2020 to 14.02.2021 - EIKON Schauraum
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In Search of Lost Time. An anthology of Edition EIKON

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What is left of the year 2020?  Hardly any other calendar year went by so fast and yet so slowly, hardly any other felt so eventful and at the same time so dilly-dallied. After drastic restrictions in both public and private life and constant planning uncertainty, it seems as if we were still in search of lost time.

Towards the end of the year, EIKON presents a selection of editions based on the literary universe of Marcel Proust. In the many quiet moments in times of a pandemic, it provides grand stories about love, illness, war, transience and death and invites us to contemplate about the subjective construct of temporality and memory. Art is conceived as a vital and veritable access to real life.

The selection of Edition EIKON aims to depict different facets of the current attitudes towards life: Thomas Florschuetz and Michael Strasser look out of their windows into the world, Juergen Klauke and Annabelle Fuerstenau celebrate the idleness, Eva Schlegel illustrates a (proverbial?) fall in a poetic way and Arnulf Rainer strengthens our urge for a wider, livelier outside. Full of hope, let’s venture into the unknown!

With works by: Georg Aerni, Christoph Dahlhausen, Peter Dressler, Thomas Florschuetz, Annabelle Fürstenau, Jürgen Klauke, Sigrid Kurz, Paul Albert Leitner, Ángel Marcos, Sissa Micheli, Gregor Neuerer, Klaus Pichler, Arnulf Rainer, Simona Rota, Eva Schlegel, Michael Strasser, Andrea Witzmann und Erwin Wurm

Edition EIKON comprise limited editions of signed and numbered original photographs by renowned and emerging artists. The aim of this initiative is to offer quality works of art at affordable prices, and to thereby familiarize more art lovers—particularly young generations—with photography and to encourage them to collect.

Photo © EIKON / Carmen Alber

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