The seminal exhibition focuses on the fleeting, precarious and exhilarating moment of fragile balance as expressed through the works of Calder and Fischli/Weiss in the early- and late-20th century, respectively. Their exemplary formulations for that moment seem at first sight to be completely dissimilar, but on closer examination they prove to be two sides of the same coin, resulting from different perspectives on the same theme at different times. Read more.
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