The exhibition Non-Places at the Frankfurter Kunstverein questions the redefined relationship between public and private space as well as the phenomenon of modern “nonplaces,” which appear to be everywhere and nowhere at the same time: airports, shopping malls, anonymous new suburbs, or international franchise companies.
Fully illustrated, the catalogue documents works by Emmanuelle Antille
, Siegrun Appelt, Gabriele Basilico, Michael Blum, Martin Boyce
, Thomas Demand, Peter Friedl
, Ori Gersht, Jonathan Horowitz
, Anna Jermolaewa, Viola Klein, Katrin Korfmann, Mark Lewis
, Friedrich Ludewig, Olaf Metzel, Nick Relph & Oliver Payne
, Martha Rosler
, Julika Rudelius
, Sofie Thorsen.