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Cornelia Gurlitt & Anton Kolig


The exhibition illuminates the elective affinity between the expressionist graphic artist Cornelia Gurlitt and the late expressionist painter Anton Kolig.

Sisters & Brothers


This is the first comprehensive exhibition to document the multifaceted subject of sibling relationships in the visual arts featuring around 120 works. From the perspective of cultural history, the paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, objects and videos on display illustrate the changes in the portrayal of siblings from the 16th century to the present day by means of a chronological timeline.



When Lentos acquired Günter Zamp Kelp’s extensive archive in 2020, it incorporated important works of Haus-Rucker-Co into its collection. The exhibition, which is being staged in collaboration with Günter Zamp Kelp, will present major parts of this body of work for the first time and provide an overview of the group’s diverse œuvre.



This exhibition presents works from the photo collection of the Museums of the City of Linz: from early expeditions to faraway regions and MAGNUM documentary photography of the 1950s through to contemporary explorations of the concepts of “homeland” and “migration” as well as the construction of identity and gender.

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