Curated by Corinne Diserens
June 16, 2011–May 18, 2013
“Appropriated Landscapes” examines the effects of war, migration, colonization, industrialization, and ideology on the landscape of Southern Africa through the works of 14 artists: Jane Alexander, Angela Ferreira, Peter Friedl, David Goldblatt, Christine Meisner, Sabelo Mlangeni, Santu Mofokeng, Zanele Muholi, Jo Ractliffe, Penny Siopis, Mikhael Subotzky / Patrick Waterhouse, and Guy Tillim and – with his North American landscapes – Mitch Epstein.
Visiting the Walther Collection in
The closest international airports are Frankfurt and Munich.
From Frankfurt Airport: direct ICE train connection to Ulm Central Station.
From Munich Airport: S-8 city train, airport bus or taxi to Munich Central Station. Direct ICE train connections to Ulm Central Station.
From Munich: Autobahn A8 direction Stuttgart. Change to Autobahn A7 direction Kempten/Lindau. First exit Nersingen, follow B10 direction Neu-Ulm, first exit Burlafingen. Cross railroad, take first street on right, Thalfingerstraße. Pass village square, take first street left, Reichenauerstraße. Follow the street until you see our White Box at the corner of Reichenauerstraße / Lindauerstraße.From Stuttgart: Autobahn A8 direction Munich. Change to Autobahn A7 direction Kempten/Lindau. See above.
From Frankfurt: Autobahn A3 direction Würzburg, change to Autobahn A7 direction Ulm/Kempten/Lindau. See above.
From Ulm Central Station it is a 10-15 minute taxi ride to The Walther Collection.
Take the number 84 or 88 bus at Ulm Central Station, get off at Burlafingen Dorfplatz, following Thalfingerstrasse for 50 meters, and take the first street on the left, Reichenauerstrasse. It is a 5-minute walk to The Walther Collection, on your left. For bus schedules, please visit: www.ding-ulm.de