The Return of The Pink Tower

14 July 2020

Shana Moulton, The Pink Tower, 2019, exhibition view ARoS, Denmark. Courtesy the artist and ARoS. Photo by Kare Viemose.
Shana Moulton, The Pink Tower, 2019, exhibition view ARoS, Denmark. Courtesy the artist and ARoS. Photo by Kare Viemose.

If you visited the Shana Moulton Annual Commission exhibition last year at Zabludowicz Collection, you will remember The Pink Tower, 2019. In Moulton’s first institutional solo show in the UK, new videos and sculptural installations commissioned by Zabludowicz Collection were presented alongside key recent projects, all linked by an exploration of feminist spirituality and the cultural motif of the imprisoned woman.

A new version of The Pink Tower is a part of a large-scale group exhibition ‘Mythologies: The Beginning and End of Civilisations’ at ARoS, Denmark, alongside works by artists such as Lucas Cranach, Anselm Kiefer, Albrecht Dürer, Marguerite Humeau and Anri Sala. Presented across two gallery spaces the exhibition is about faith, hope, crises and revolution and about how the power of stories has created and changed societies throughout history - from the Greek myths to the present-day welfare state.

The exhibition closes 6 Sept 2020 (level 1) and 18 Oct 2020 (level 5).

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