Artistic interventions in the Caputh Palace. Contemporary parallels to the Baroque era.
Four international women artists spent more than three years studying Caputh Palace near Potsdam and creating works specifi cally for this magnifi cent location. The tapestries by Margret Eicher, the floral scans by Luzia Simons, the wax sculptures by Rebecca Stevenson, and the ceiling painting projections by Myriam Thyes blend into the sur-rounding space both naturally and surprisingly. With twelve double-page collages, the catalog accompanying the exhibition is a creative, artistic commentary on the ambitious project.