Fred Sandback, Untitled (Sculptural Study, Five-part Construction), 1987/2009,
black acrylic yarn, situational: spatial relationships established by the artist; overall dimensions vary with each installation; collection Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid

Hamburger Bahnhof – Nationalgalerie der Gegenwart
10557 Berlin
Germany

Simple Facts

Hamburger Bahnhof’s exhibition Fred Sandback: Simple Facts features the legendary Minimalist artist’s trendsetting spatial installations. In an oeuvre dedicated to installations, Conceptual Art, Minimalism and site-specific works, the American artist was cutting-edge, contributing to many art forms still relevant today.

Twenty years after his death, this solo exhibition invites viewers to discover one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. Although his works have been shown internationally since 1968 – especially in German-speaking countries – this is Sandback’s first solo exhibition at a museum in Berlin.

The exhibits are based on a work Sandback (1943‒2003) originally conceived in 1975 for the Kunstraum München (Munich): 64 Variations on a Three-Part Sculpture. The positions of the sculptures on display will be changed repeatedly throughout the exhibition so that all 64 variations can be presented.

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Gallery

Fred Sandback, Untitled (Sculptural Study, Five-part Construction), 1987/2009,<br />black acrylic yarn, situational: spatial relationships established by the artist; overall dimensions vary with each installation; collection Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid
Fred Sandback, Untitled (Sculptural Study, Five-part Construction), 1987/2009,
black acrylic yarn, situational: spatial relationships established by the artist; overall dimensions vary with each installation; collection Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid

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