New exhibition: "Art shouldn't be too serious"
In the exhibiton OUT by German artist Judith Hoph you can encounter a flying cinema, strolling buildings and two 500 kilo pears made of bricks.
"Art shouldn’t be too serious," says German artist Judith Hopf. And indeed humour is a key feature of the Berlin-based artist’s works as she explores how everyday objects, architecture and technology affect the human body, our behaviour and our relationships with each other.
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Judith Hoph, Laptop Men fra OUT, 2018.
About Judith Hopf
German artist Judith Hopf (b. 1969) lives and works in Berlin. She has been a professor at the Städelschule in Frankfurt since 2008.
In recent years she has had solo shows at e.g. KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Museion, Bolzano; PRAXES Center for Contemporary Art, Berlin; Studio Voltaire, London. She very recently inaugurated a large outdoor sculpture project in Milan.