HELEN MARTEN IN JULIA STOSCHEK BERLIN INAUGURAL EXHIBITION
Julia Stoschek Collection's new Berlin exhibition space opens tonight on Leipzigerstrasse, in the same space KÖNIG GALERIE held its 2014 exhibition Windows95 (pictured). The inaugural exhibition includes works by HELEN MARTEN, alongside Ed Atkins, Ian Cheng, Juliana Huxtable, Jon Rafman and Hito Steyerl.
The show addresses the “influences and changes that have occurred since digitalisation in social reality, identity and nature”, says Stoschek, who first began buying art in 2003. Her collection features works by mainly European and US artists working from the 1960s onwards and includes video, multi-media environments, internet-based installations and performance.
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