Marion Baruch
Marion Baruch / Retrospektive
Feb 29 – Oct 11, 2020
Kunstmuseum Luzern
Luzern, Switzerland

The conflicts of the 20th century are reflected in the long life of Marion Baruch: fascism, capitalism, communism, feminism, pacifism, migration, classes, nations, religions, linguistic communities, political ideologies. Marion Baruch concerns herself with internal worlds and external spaces.

Kunstmuseum Luzern presents the Retrospektive of Marion Baruch. This artist’s work revolves around the theme of emptiness; she works with gaps, through views and transparency. She speaks of the “void”, meaning not a spiritual nothingness but rather a free space, in the literal sense, to be understood as an invitation to the viewer.

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