James Turrell at Kunsthalle Bremen

Visitors looking down through the artwork “Above-Between-Below” (2011) by James Turrell (@jamesturell) in the Kunsthalle Bremen (@kunsthalle.bremen), Germany.

The installation is site specific and runs vertically through the entire height of the building, with rooms on each of the three floors to look down and/or up. This is possible through oval openings covered by thick glass on which the brave of heart can even walk.
Daylight comes in through the uppermost oval, changing the work along with the changing sky above Bremen.

The sky is one of Turrells most important materials. Along with light, space and time he creates unique works that let the user interact with these elements on a meditative level.

Check #MuseumViewJamesTurrell to see his Skyspace in @museumvoorlinden, a room that perfectly frames a beautiful view on the sky above the museum.

👨‍🎨 James Turrell (b. 1943)
🖼️ Above-Between-Below (2011)
🏛️ Kunsthalle Bremen
🎟️ Permanent collection (Site specific installation)
📷 February 22, 2020

Museums in The Netherlands are closed for two weeks, so I will be posting some photos I hadn’t got round to posting yet, all from earlier in 2020.