The exhibition Club Quarantina shows an exemplary cross-section of art and art experiments that were created around the first lockdown 2020. With a gap of one year, this exhibition explores the question of how Corona has influenced or even changed the selected artists and their art. For the viewers, it will be central to experience the works directly in an exhibition context and not purely virtually, as a way to confront the sometimes uncomfortable truths of this “lockdown art“. The themes are diverse and respond to social changes and their consequences, isolation and the search for meaning, humour and escapism, as well as apocalyptic fears in the face of a world that has been radically altered after Corona.
The exhibition will also be shown in Düsseldorf at Wildpalms and a special project by Mary-Audrey Ramirez in collaboration with Pirate Sheep will take place in Luxembourg at CeCiL ́s Box of Cercle Cité.
With the generous support of the stART-up fund l ́Œuvre Nationale de Secours Grande-Duchesse Charlotte and the Cercle Cité Luxembourg.
Curated by Gilles Neiens