horizontal vertigo

For the first time in its history, the JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION will present an ensemble of solo exhibitions, performances, and screenings of works not included the collection. Over the course of a year, six exhibitions—three in Düsseldorf and three in Berlin—will open successively, beginning in March 2019 and running until April 2020. They will be accompanied by screening and performance programs, artist talks, lectures, and readings at both locations. Most of the artists featured in horizontal vertigo will show their work for the first time in Germany. More information


The JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION is pleased to present the first institutional solo exhibition by New York–based artist A.K. Burns in Germany. Burns’ interdisciplinary practice explores the body as a contentious domain, using video, installation, sculpture, drawing, and collaboration to agitate systems of value. Embedded within new materialist and feminist theories, the body in Burns’ work is multifaceted and fluid, mutually permeating and penetrated by its environment, socio-historical forces, and the material world. More information