New publication "Art in the Time of Ecological Disruption"

"Art in the Time of Ecological Disruption" is a new thought-provoking book that features several outstanding works from the EPO collection.

"Art in the Time of Ecological Disruption" is packed with an eye-opening range of international contemporary artworks, as well as essays, poetry and a lively interview with curators. The stylish book is the result of collaboration between curators of corporate art collections around the world. The project’s initiator, the independent art curator Heidi Ballet, has selected artworks that reflect on how perceptions of the self, the other and nature are changing, along with our awareness of environment, climate change, responses to ecological crisis and human resilience.

Highlights from the EPO art collection presented in the book include Magdalena Jetelová’s Iceland Project (1992); Carsten Höller’s Birds (2006); Tomás Saraceno’s iconic Flying Garden (2007), as seen in the entrance hall at PschorrHöfe 8 in Munich; and Martin Parr’s photo series The Last Resort (1986). The highly topical publication is the first to be produced by The International Association of Corporate Collections of Contemporary Art (IACCCA), an inspiring forum for the cross-fertilization of ideas among curators from over 50 corporate collections worldwide.

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