Ulrike Ottinger: Film.kunst

Ottinger has been internationally recognized as a filmmaker for many years. Her photographic works, created since the beginning of her artistic career and even before her first films, have found their way into important private and public art collections and have met with a very positive resonance that goes beyond the art scene. The exhibition will focus on her photographic work alongside her films.

This exhibition offers the opportunity to become acquainted with the very different facets of Ulrike Ottinger’s oeuvre, which is characterized by a most independent and highly imaginative pictorial language. Her work demonstrates her delight in the exploration of pictorial imagery, of collecting evidence of cultural historical relationships and the analysis of aesthetic or historical similarities.

The exhibition was done in collaboration with Goethe Institute Tel Aviv.

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