Until 25 August 2024, the Ludwig Múzeum – Museum for Contemporary Art in Budapest presents “Identity – Landscape Europe,” the latest exhibition by acclaimed artist Till Brönner. Across 450 m2, around 60 to 70 works, including a wealth of new photographs, will be presented to the public. This solo exhibition will be complemented by a multimedia program featuring lectures, musical interventions, and panel discussions.

After well-received exhibitions supported by the Brost-Stiftung at MKM Museum Küppersmühle for Moderne Kunst in Duisburg and Ludwig Museum Koblenz, the esteemed Ludwig Múzeum Budapest is the third venue for this photographic showcase, testifying to Europe’s evolving cultural identity through the works of Till Brönner.

The exhibition “Identity – Landscape Europe” stems from Brönner’s 2018/2019 “Melting Pott” series, commissioned by the Brost-Stiftung and Stiftung für Kunst und Kultur e.V. Bonn. For this series, Brönner photographed one of Germany’s most diverse and complex regions. With his unique perspective on faces, industrial architecture, natural and cultural landscapes, and the coexistence of different ethnicities and religions, Brönner portrayed not only notable figures like footballer Mario Götze but also delved deeply into the iconic mining industry of the Ruhr region. His evocative portraits and scenes, some taken under extreme heat and other challenging conditions, form a compelling long-term exploration of the region.

Brönner’s photographic documentation of the Ruhr region’s people and sociocultural relationships, along with their impact on European landscapes, provided the foundation for this new, expanded presentation of his work.

Till Brönner: Identity – Landscape Europe

through 25 August 2024 // Ludwig Múzeum – Museum for Contemporary Art, Budapest

From 14 April to 25 August 2024, the Ludwig Múzeum – Museum for Contemporary Art in Budapest presents “Identity – Landscape Europe,” the latest exhibition by acclaimed artist Till Brönner. Across 450 m2, around 60 to 70 works, including a wealth of new photographs, will be presented to the public. This solo exhibition will be complemented by a multimedia program featuring lectures, musical interventions, and panel discussions.

After well-received exhibitions supported by the Brost-Stiftung at MKM Museum Küppersmühle for Moderne Kunst in Duisburg and Ludwig Museum Koblenz, the esteemed Ludwig Múzeum Budapest is the third venue for this photographic showcase, testifying to Europe’s evolving cultural identity through the works of Till Brönner.

The exhibition “Identity – Landscape Europe” stems from Brönner’s 2018/2019 “Melting Pott” series, commissioned by the Brost-Stiftung and Stiftung für Kunst und Kultur e.V. Bonn. For this series, Brönner photographed one of Germany’s most diverse and complex regions. With his unique perspective on faces, industrial architecture, natural and cultural landscapes, and the coexistence of different ethnicities and religions, Brönner portrayed not only notable figures like footballer Mario Götze but also delved deeply into the iconic mining industry of the Ruhr region. His evocative portraits and scenes, some taken under extreme heat and other challenging conditions, form a compelling long-term exploration of the region.

Brönner’s photographic documentation of the Ruhr region’s people and sociocultural relationships, along with their impact on European landscapes, provided the foundation for this new, expanded presentation of his work.

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