Ulla von Brandenburg

Ulla von Brandenburg, Two Times Seven, 2017, Installation view at K21 Ständehaus, Photo: Achim Kukulies

Two Times Seven 

01 April, 2017 – 31 March, 2018

In her installations, the Paris-based artist Ulla von Brandenburg (born in Karlsruhe in 1974) uses films, objects, wall drawings, and enormous lengths of fabric to construct scenery that subdivides rooms.


Pamela Rosenkranz

Pamela Rosenkranz, Amazon (Green, Blue, Green), 2017, Installation view at K21 Ständehaus, Photo: Achim Kukulies

Amazon (Green, Blue, Green)

01 April , 2017 – 31 March, 2018

In her work, Pamela Rosenkranz (born in 1979 in Altdorf, Switzerland) grapples with a multiplicity of materials that are as a rule encountered in the high-tech and pharmaceutical industries.


Alexandra Bircken

Parallel Societies

With her stage-style installations and idiosyncratic object language, Alexandra Bircken (*1967) has achieved international recognition in recent years. The Cologne- and London-based artist works with coarse materials such as metal, rubber tubing and wood, but also wool, leather, and transparent substances. For her arrangements, she slices apart motorcycles and devises coverings for fashion mannequins.


Diango Hernández


The conceptual artist Diango Hernández was born at Cuba in 1970. He left his Caribbean birthplace in 2003 – yet up to the present, Cuban society and culture remain the central themes of his drawings,  objects, and installations.


Thomas Hirschhorn

Photo: Achim Kukulies


In Thomas Hirschhorn’s intallation, the ›patients‹ are work of art. Five large sculptures are found in this ›intensive care unit‹. One has belonged to the Kunstsammlung since 2004, namely Two Families (2004). They form the point of departure for Hirschhorn’s expanding installation, which he arranged especially for the K21.


Hans-Peter Feldmann

Installation view Künstlerraum Hans-Peter Feldmann, Photo: Achim Kukulies, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2015

With his newly designed artist’s room, Hans-Peter Feldmann brings back to life images that have been stored in our visual memory. The artist has been recently working with old paintings, and here landscapes acquired at art auctions in the style of our grandparents’ living room are aligned according to their horizon lines to form a frieze.