JSC ON VIEW: LUTZ BACHER, BARBARA HAMMER, CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN

21.07. - 22.12.2019

[Detail. For a full view, click on the picture] Lutz Bacher, JAMES DEAN, 1986/2014, HD-Videoinstallation (16 Paare von Videostills auf 2 Monitoren), s/w, Größe variabel. Courtesy of the Estate of Lutz Bacher and Galerie Buchholz

JSC Düsseldorf has launched a new series of exhibitions under the title JSC ON VIEW, which will explicitly focus on works from the JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION. Through the first exhibition in this series, the JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION pays tribute to the work of three important female artists who have recently passed away: Lutz Bacher, Barbara Hammer and Carolee Schneemann.

The presentation will span the entire ground floor of JSC Düsseldorf, and include central video and film works from the artists as well as Lutz Bacher’s series of large-format photographs, Sex with Strangers (1986).

While Lutz Bacher, who masked her identity behind a male pseudonym, took a deliberately defensive position against the classification of her work in the feminist context, Carolee Schneemann’s performance-based, kinetic painting and experimental practice emphasized the social discourse on corporeality and gender roles. Barbara Hammer, on the other hand, is a pioneer of queer cinema. Hammer’s experimental films break with conventional narrative film, which she considered too limited to represent lesbian and homosexual realities.


Julia Stoschek Collection
Schanzenstraße 54
40549 Düsseldorf

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Julia Stoschek Collection
Schanzenstraße 54
40549 Düsseldorf

Tel: +49 211 5858840
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Opening hours

Sun: 11am to 6pm

Special opening hours for students and student groups during the week upon written request at besuch@julia-stoschek-collection.net

Special opening hours during Duesseldorf Photo Weekend 2019: Saturday, 9 March 2019, 11 AM. –6 PM.

For english-language tours please send any enquiries and registrations to the following e-mail address: visit@julia-stoschek-collection.net

Admissions charge

Free

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