Julius von Bismarck

Die Mimik der Tethys

High sea buoy, motors and cable winches
Dimensions variable
Unique within a series of 4

Julius von Bismarck_Palais de Tokyo_2019

Exhibition view, Julius von Bismarck, "Die Mimik der Tethys", Palais de Tokyo (20.02.2019 – 12.05.2019)
Courtesy the artist; Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf; alexander levy, Berlin; Marlborough Contemporary, London, New York
Photographer André Morin

About Julius von Bismarck

In his works Julius von Bismarck explores people’s ability to perceive, and he uses the laws of physics to challenge the way we are used to seeing things.

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