'Sculptures made of paper. From Kurt Schwitters to Karla Black' explores the recent evolution of sculptures made of paper, considering them not as models or studies but completed works. It looks at the trajectory in the development of sculpture which has seen paper used for permanent sculpture, and asks whether it will replace bronze and marble.
The exhibition will feature work from Thomas Hirchhorn who, since the 1990s, has made a significant impact with his large cardboard installations, which refer explicitly to the history of sculpture.
The exhibition runs from 19 March until 2 July 2017.
Thomas Hirschhorn at Kunsthalle Vogelmann.