6. April to 10 June, 2019
Exhibithion in the vault on the first floor
opening hours: Tue to Sat 2 pm 7 pm , Sun and holidays 10 am 7 pm and by appointment
The exhibition rooms and the cafe are reachable barrier-free.
5 April, 2019, Friday 7 pm: EXHIBITION OPENING
Introduction: Prof. Dr. Peter B. Steiner, art historian
Shuttletaxi from Freising station: 6.55 pm; return: 8.50 pm
19 May, 2019, Sunday 4 pm: meetup+art
Guided tour in the framework of the International Museum Day
26 May, 2019, Sunday 3 pm: KUNST#TAG 066
Presentation and artist talk with Mischa Kuball
Shuttletaxi from Freising station: 2.55 pm; return: 5.45 pm
Mischa Kuball (Germany)
Mischa Kuball’s installation five suns / after Galileo (2018) alludes to both the conflict and common ground between science and art. His use of light is consistently linked to a reflecting on social, political and (natural) scientific concerns. five suns / after Galileo centers on one of Galileo Galilei’s significant
astronomical discoveries: the Italian polymath’s observation of “sunspots” confirming the Copernican worldview.