In dialogue with the exhibition The Reservoir of Modernism on the upper floor, works are presented in the Kunstlichtsaal dating from the 1960s to the present that can be read across styles.

In four postcards entitled Rendez-vous du Dimanche 6 Février 1916 (1916) Marcel Duchamp invited his landlords (who were his friends), to a meeting on Sunday afternoon. While writing, he explored the impact of various word combinations and formulated sentences that were as abstract as possible and divorced from his own experience. Analogous to the variety of word and sentence constellations, this presentation of the collection deals with the potential of combining artworks.

The works presented are by Giovanni Anselmo, Richard Artschwager, Bill Bollinger, Nina Canell, Luciano Fabro, Verena Löwensberg, Gary Kuehn, Joseph Marioni, Fausto Melotti, Robert Morris, Steven Parrino, Mai-Thu Perret, Fred Sandback, Carol Rama and Marie-Thérèse Vacossin.

  • Sun 4.3.

    One Hour

    Rendez-vous du Dimanche
    with Fabian Flückiger