Currently on view at Barbara Gross Galerie in Munich, Germany is “If you have a glass house…”, a solo exhibition by Carlos Garaicoa. For his solo exhibition, Garaicoa casts a critical eye upon the connections among architecture, ideology, and power structures. The question of the guilt and innocence of architectural forms serves as a parentheses for the works that Garaicoa has created for the show in Munich. At the center of the exhibition are two iconic buildings, whose symbolic language is exposed by the artist’s deliberate shifts in size and material: the German Federal Bank headquarters in Frankfurt and the Haus der Kunst in Munich.
“If you have a glass house…” is on view through December 21st, 2013.
For more information on “If you have a glass house…” visit Barbara Gross Galerie in Munich, Germany.