Exhibitions at Kunsthaus Zug
Forgotten and neglected. Cold, devoid of people and inanimate. When Lukas Hoffmann (*1981) cycles through Berlin, it’s the marginal areas that catch his eye. He grew up in Steinhausen in Canton Zug, and he went to Berlin after studying in Paris. He lives there now, and there he finds his subjects. Underpasses, house corners, building sites. Hoffmann likes what is desolate. He treats what is marginal with such circumspection that viewpoints, lighting and image details afford his analog… more
A focal point in the summer exhibition is Péter Nádas’ photography, which he gifted to the Kunsthaus Zug on the occasion of his big exhibition in 2012.
Many visitors might know Nádas from his award-winning literature. Currently on a book tour for his autobiographical fiction Aufleuchtende Details (Bright Details in English), the Hungarian Nádas is presenting two very different series of photographic works in Zug.
A new group of works in the collection bear… more
Übergänge zwischen Text, Bild und Denken