Bettina Pousttchi

In Recent Years
12.9.19 – 6.4.20

Bettina Pousttchi, A3, 2019, Leitplanken, Stahl / crash barriers, steel, 221 (h) x 204 x 94 cm / 87 (h) x 80¼ x 37 in, Courtesy Buchmann Galerie und die Künstlerin, Foto: © Michael Schultze
[Translate to English:] Bettina Pousttchi, A3, 2019, Leitplanken, Stahl / crash barriers, steel, 221 (h) x 204 x 94 cm / 87 (h) x 80¼ x 37 in, Courtesy Buchmann Galerie und die Künstlerin, Foto: © Michael Schultze

Bettina Pousttchi (*1971 in Mainz, lives in Berlin) works at the interface between sculpture, photography and architecture. Her temporary photographic interventions in public space often take up whole walls of buildings, referencing the urban or historical context of a place. Pousttchi articulates percepetions of reality in the digital age and explores the relationship between memory and history from a transnational perspective. For her exhibition “In Recent Years” at the Berlinische Galerie she has created a façade for the entire entrance zone of the museum. In addition, the first of the big exhibition halls houses an overview of her sculpture and photography, including recent works.

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