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The exhibition Screens and Sieves is about a journey through space and time. The artist Veronika Kellndorfer brings Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s European and American work into a dialogue by linking large-format views of the Neue Nationalgalerie with the architecture of the Lemke country house. Kellndorfer’s photographs are screen-printed on glass. Glasses and screens make the complex process visible and open up ambivalences of reflection, transparency and penetration. Present and past, dream and reality condense in the light-flooded rooms of the Mies van der Rohe house to a new narrative and at the same time show an excerpt from the architect’s odyssey.

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