Wolfgang Laib’s subtle works originate in exchange with the surrounding nature and in harmony with the seasons. Whether it is the collection of pollen for his famous minimalist, bright yellow floor works or the lengthy processing of his sculptures made of beeswax—respect for nature is the artist’s driving force. Since the late 1970s, his thoughts and works continue to pose questions on our being and acting as part of fragile environments, and in this, it could not be more topical.
In the exhibition, the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart presents works from all creative phases of Wolfgang Laib, who was born in Metzingen in 1950 and has been living near Biberach in Baden-Württemberg for over 30 years. A film realized in the context of the exhibition will accompany the artist at his work in Upper Swabia as well as at his second home in South India.
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