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Installation view: Matthew Lutz-Kinoy. Window to The Clouds;
Salon Berlin, Museum Frieder Burda. Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, An opening of the field, 2020. Wool. Courtesy of the artist; The Ray, 2019. Acrylic on canvas, 260 × 170 cm. Private Collection. Courtesy of the artist; Photo: Thomas Bruns

Installation view: Matthew Lutz-Kinoy. Window to The Clouds;
Salon Berlin, Museum Frieder Burda. Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Thunberg Greets The Nations, 23 September 2019, 2019. Acrylic on canvas, 260 × 170 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Collection Mario Testino; Photo: Thomas Bruns

Installation view: Matthew Lutz-Kinoy. Window to The Clouds; Salon Berlin, Museum Frieder Burda. Courtesy of the artist and Fitzpatrick Gallery; Photo: Thomas Bruns

Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Keramikos 3, 2019. Hand-painted set of 20 glazed
ceramic plates (here no. 8). Courtesy of the artist and Mendes Wood DM
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  • Auguststraße 11, 10117 Berlin, Germany

  • Salon Berlin of Museum Frieder Burda

  • Free

  • Tue–Thu 3 p.m.–6 p.m., Fri–Sat 12 p.m.–6 p.m.

  • +49 030 240 47404

19 February - 05 June, 2021

Matthew Lutz-Kinoy: Window to The Clouds

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A solo show of Paris-based artist Matthew Lutz-Kinoy that imagines a series of contemporary landscapes as painterly reflections that look at—and through—various architectures, historical paintings and current events.

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