Culture and knowledge as a starting point
The connection that the pieces have forged with the PLANTA project delves far beyond material issues
This space houses three emblematic works of art by the German artist Anselm Kiefer, representing the themes that run through his work. They are characterised by their materiality, very specifically related to the environment where they are on show, and their holistic nature aligns fully with the PLANTA project.
Architecture that imitates the landscape
Constructed in 2010, this was the first space created in PLANTA to house works of art
Kiefer Pavilion’s architecture imitates the landscape and becomes a point of reference in a constantly changing environment. Inside, all eyes are on the three large works of art that connect with the outdoor landscape through their tonalities while also solidly contrasting with the white, diaphanous space that houses them.
One of the most internationally recognised living artists.
Through iconography and symbology, he addresses topics related to civilisation, culture and spirituality.