Luis Camnitzer: A sphere is shaped by its limits from the series "The Assignment Books" (2011-2013), The Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig, Germany (2016)

Luis Camnitzer: A sphere is shaped by its limits from the series "The Assignment Books" (2011-2013), The Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig, Germany (2016)

Luis Camnitzer is inlcuded in the group exhibition The Present Order curated by Vera Lauf, and Franciska Zólyom at The Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig, Germany.

The Present Order introduces the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art. The title is borrowed from an artwork by Ian Hamilton Finlay, which the artist donated to the museum when the collection was founded. The varying inscriptions on the three stone blocks point towards essential issues involved in the presentation of the collection: Present The Order, the elucidation of an order, underlines the fact that systems of order always arise from the ideas of a certain era. Order The Present, the causation of the present, raises the question of the point in time at which art develops. How does it regard and influence its present? Finally The Present Order, the acceptance of an order, issues an invitation to confront the various interpretations that are condensed into a work of art from a contemporary point of view. During the course of one year, the exhibition presents various possibilities of ordering museum inventories, encouraging an active approach towards the collection.

The Present Order
The Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst
Karl-Tauchnitz-Straße 9-11, 04107 Leipzig, Germany​