The cabinet exhibition “Gerd Richter 1961/62” is dedicated to the hitherto largely unexplored period in Gerhard Richter’s life: the two years from his flight from Dresden to the Federal Republic to the beginning of his official catalog of works with the first numbered pictures. (Venue: Albertinum)
The Indian ivory miniatures on display in the Sponsel Room at the Neues Grünes Gewölbe – in the immediate vicinity of Dinglinger’s “Throne of the Great Mogul Aurangzeb” – focus on the Mughal ruler Akbar II. (r. 1806-1837), a descendant of Aurangzeb and the Sikh ruler Ranjit Singh (r. 1797-1839), known as the “Lion of Punjab”, flanked by further figures and scenes.
Common Knowledge – Design in Times of the Information Crisis (BIO26 │ Biennial of Design, Ljubljana)
Venue: Kunstgewerbemuseum in Pillnitz