Artworks & exhibitions in Kassel

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Joseph Beuys’ ambitious plan to plant 7000 oaks

7000 Oaks is an environmental artwork created by German artist Joseph Beuys. The artist proposed a plan to have 7000 oaks trees planted across the Germany city of Kassel, each tree accompanied with basalt stone, 4 feet high above the ground. Joseph Beuys’ objection was for the project to extend throughout the world as the […]

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Fischli & Weiss: The groundbreaking way things go

Peter Fischli and David Weiss are two Swiss artists that have made some of the most significant, most unanticipated and funniest artworks of their generation. The Swiss duo, Fischli and Weiss’s celebrated film The Way Things Go had a remarkable influence on the way artists, curators and audiences approached and interpreted art in relation to

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Andreas Angelidakis - Polemos, 2017, 136 foam and vinyl seating modules, camouflage fabrics, installation view, documenta 14, Fridericianum museum, Kassel, Germany, 2017 feat

Andreas Angelidakis’ Polemos – This tank is not a real tank

Andreas Angelidakis is an architect known for creating giant foam sculptures, digital realms, and intriguing objects that touch on memory, society, consumerism, and other massive topics. His works give the audience something to think about and play with, all at once. It conjures the audience to ask the question, “Where are we and how did

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See how Peter Kogler’s hypnotic installations transform rooms

Peter Kogler is a renowned artist from Austria that currently works and lives in Vienna. Kogler is best known for his different psychedelic room installations. Through his paintwork and his intricate projections, he transforms ordinary looking rooms and spaces such as lobbies, galleries, and transit centers by making them look twisted, warped or distorted, which

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