27/05/2010 0' 53''

A single exhibition was enough to give Konrad Fischer worldwide fame. The venue? A corridor, ten metres long and three wide in a city that was little more than a backwater in contemporary art: Düsseldorf. It all started with Carl Andre, but was followed by a long list of great artists who turned that 30-square-metre space into a challenge and a springboard. Konrad Fischer opened his tiny gallery in the heart of Düsseldorf in 1967, quickly turning it into a laboratory for brilliant ideas that expanded throughout Europe and into the United States.

Son[i]a speaks with Friedrich Meschede and Dorothee Fischer bout the exhibition "With a Probability of Being Seen. Dorothee and Konrad Fischer. Archives of an attitude".











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