Goetz Collection

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Emotion.  Young British and American Art from Sammlung Goetz
October 30, 1998 – January 17, 1999 | Deichtorhallen Hamburg

The exhibition Emotion presents characteristic works by 18 artists from the current art scene in Great Britain and the United States.

In the 1990s, a vital new art scene developed in London. Socio-political issues, sexuality and identity were dealt with in an emotional, rude and carefree manner. Similar to young American art, the roots of this lay in Pop and Concept Art. Its proximity to pop music, contemporary film and new media, however, was striking. The exhibition Emotion establishes a dialogue between these Anglo-Saxon art scenes with works in Sammlung Goetz.

Approximately 160 works by nine British and nine American artists are on display. The show features films, video and audio works as well as large-scale installations, sculptures and photographs. Due to two large exhibitions in Hamburg with Cindy Sherman and Jeff Wall, this exhibition does not include these artists although they are represented extensively in Sammlung Goetz. The exhibition does not wish to emphasize national criteria but point out the individual accomplishments of the individual artistic personalities.

Matthew Barney, Angela Bulloch, Willie Doherty, Tracey Emin, Robert Gober, Douglas Gordon, Mona Hatoum, Mike Kelley, Abigail Lane, Louise Lawler, Sherrie Levine, Sarah Lucas, Cady Noland, Tony Oursler, Richard Prince, Sam Taylor-Wood, Rachel Whiteread, Andrea Zittel