On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, around 65 international artists delved into the progressive ideas of Martin Luther. As a radical visionary, Luther initiated both religious and social reform processes. But where do we stand 500 years later? The present volume opens a broad spectrum of artistic positions revolving around the themes of freedom, individuality, resistance, and risk.
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About the Author
Walter Smerling is the chairman of the Foundation for Art and Culture in Bonn, the director of the Center for Modern and Contemporary Art in Duisburg, and the artistic director of Foundation Salzburg. He is the author of 60 Jahre – 60 Werke: Kunst aus der Bundesrepublik Deutschland von 1949 bis 2009; Art and Press: Kunst, Wahrheit, Wirklichkeit and the editor of Anthony Cragg: Things on the Mind/Dinge im Kopf.