A 2001 work entitled “Shining” is the centerpiece of this exhibition at LMU's Center for Advanced Studies (CAS). It depicts Stephan Huber’s parental home: a pale yellow house set in a gray-white landscape of snow and ice.
The house provides the framework for a fictitious tour set in the years 1960 through 1965 – a tour that, in a vividly abstract form, is mapped onto the rooms of the CAS, which now appear as a map room, a library and a playroom, for example. Works from an extensive period from 1981 to 2022 are on display.
Stephan Huber, a sculptor and painter, studied at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, AdBK (Academy of Fine Arts) in Munich, where he later served as a professor. He lives and works in Munich and Ostallgäu.
Visitors are kindly requested to sign up in advance by email or phone on +49 89 2180-72080.
For more information about the event, please visit the CAS website.
Since 2008 changing exhibitions take place on the premises of the Center for Advanced Studies in cooperation with the LMU UniversityGallery.