The Austrian artist Maria Lassnig (1919–2014) found recognition only in the second half of her life. She left behind her world-famous works, covering more than 60 years of creativity, in which she primarily dealt with her own body, exploring its limits and human consciousness.
The owner of the Munich gallery and collector Helmut Klevan knew and appreciated the artist long before her fame. Thanks to the long-standing relationship between the artist and the collector,Exhibition
opens up a personal understanding of the extraordinary world of art and the body of Maria Lassnig, which amazes primarily with its radicalism combined with humor.