Stage-like snapshots of holiday resorts at night, constructed views of urban spaces, and cityscapes drowned in light encapsulate the phenomena of modern society.
In this search for traces of human influence, civilization is revealed, although humans themselves remain absent.
Alison Jackson uses actors and lookalikes to stage simulated paparazzi and documentary-style shots of famous celebrities such as Donald Trump, Marilyn Monroe, the British Royal Family, Justin Bieber and Angela Merkel.
Jackson’s images reflect the longings of their viewers, toying with their perceptions and challenging photography’s claim to objectivity.
Photographic images are part of our everyday lives. Whether in social media, in advertising or art – photographs have the scope to document events, distort truths, create new worlds.
DIE KLEINE is the closing exhibition of the art competition for Düsseldorf primary schools, which is hosted by the Kunstpalast for the fourth time.
From January to April 2023, each participating class jointly creates a work of art.
+++ Face masks no longer required +++
Since 15 May 2022, wearing face masks is no longer mandatory in Düsseldorf’s cultural institutes.
However, we would like to encourage you to still wear a face mask when visiting our exhibitions and follow the hygiene rules to protect our visitors, employees, and vulnerable groups. Thank you!
We are looking forward to your visit!
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