Goetz Collection

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Ken Brown – Letters from K.B. to I.G
June 27 – September 24, 2005 | Goetz Collection

This studio exhibition in Sammlung Goetz presents a selection of the correspondence that took place between Ken Brown and Ingvild Goetz from 2002 to 2005.

Ken Brown wants to have other people participate in his life. Since 2002, he has thus sent letters and postcards with written notes, sketches, collages and photographs to some 20 persons. Some of the recipients are among the American artist's circle of friends. Others are people completely unknown to him who he would like to provide a particular pleasure. Ingvild Goetz belongs to the second category. His personal letters immediately stood out from the normal day-to-day correspondence of the collection. After some time, Ingvild Goetz began to answer Ken Brown at regular intervals. Their correspondence now includes circa 600 letters. In the studio exhibition, Sammlung Goetz provides a closer look at the dialogue between the collector and the artist.

Ken Brown (born in 1952 in Texas, lives and works in Munich).