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JUMP INTO THE FUTURE – Art from the 90’s and 2000’s

Art | March 3, 2018 |

JUMP INTO THE FUTURE – Art from the 90's and 2000'sImage courtesy of Mousse Magazine

JUMP INTO THE FUTURE – Art from the 90’s and 2000’s
The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
From November 25, 2017 until March 11, 2018

The exhibition Jump into the Future – Art from the 90’s and 2000’s. The Borgmann Donation shows an extensive number of contemporary art works from the German collector Thomas Borgmann. Among the featured artists are Cosima von Bonin, Matt Mullican, Lucy McKenzie, Jutta Koether, Paulina Olowska, Wolfgang Tillmans, Christopher Williams, Cerith Wyn Evans and Heimo Zobernig.

JUMP INTO THE FUTURE – Art from the 90's and 2000'sImage courtesy of The Stedelijk Museum

Jump into the Future – Art from the 90’s and 2000’s. The Borgmann Donation is a major exhibition that occupies no less than 2.540 m2 – all thirty of the first-floor galleries that surround the museum’s grand staircase. The group of works that will join the collection of the Stedelijk is made up of a donation, a purchase and long-term loan. The gift is the second largest in the history of the Stedelijk. The majority of The Borgmann Donation is included in Jump into the Future.

JUMP INTO THE FUTURE – Art from the 90's and 2000'sImage courtesy of The Stedelijk Museum

90’S AND 2000’S: BLURRING BOUNDARIES
Jump into the Future – Art from the 90’s and 2000’s. The Borgmann Donation reflects the diversity of contemporary art produced during this pivotal decade. The ’90s were typified by various points of turbulence: the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Yugoslav Wars, conflicts in the Middle East and the September 11 attacks in the United States. It was also the epoch of the global digital revolution, the impact of which was unimaginable at the time. New economies began to blossom and a global art world emerged.

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