1 November, 2015
Museum Beelden aan Zee, Scheveningen
This autumn, Museum Beelden aan Zee presents an exhibition exploring the role of the skeleton in contemporary sculpture. What remains of the notion of memento mori? The skeleton has proven to be an artistic form that has more than stood the test of time, but how has this concept changed over the years? The exhibition includes work by Matthew Day Jackson, Urs Fischer, Carolein Smit, Caspar Berger, Atelier van Lieshout, Sandro Setola, Gijs Assmann, Tunga, Anthony Gormley and Jonathan Marshall.
The exhibition will be on show from 30 October 2015 to 8 February 2016.