Carl Spitzweg – Erwin Wurm: Hilarious! Hilarious? at the Leopold Museum
German artist Carl Spitzweg (1808–1885), whose ironic artworks document and explore the petit bourgeois idylls of the Biedermeier period, receives his first comprehensive exhibition in Austria, complemented by cultural-analytical works by the Austrian sculptor Erwin Wurm. Juxtaposing the two artists explores how each used humor to analyse their respective eras. . The exhibition is on view from 25 March–19 June 2017.March–19th June 2017
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