IMG_6326
Storefront transforms a previously empty commercial space in Bute Street into an environment where artists can experiment, engage new audiences, share work-in-progress and test ideas.

Veit Laurent Kurz: The Bavarian Vampire (A Site Visit)

Veit Laurent Kurz
‘Lying for the sake of truth, Inventing for the sake of truth, Lies and inventions for optimism and maybe a proposal for the future’ – The Bavarian Vampire

 Opening times: Thursday – Saturday, 1pm – 6pm

The Bavarian Vampire (A Site Visit) is an exhibition of works on paper by Berlin based Artist, Veit Laurent Kurz.

The Bavarian Vampire (A Site Visit) has been curated by Andrew Hunt as a prelude to Veit Laurent Kurz’s mural for Luton town centre, due to be produced in Autumn 2018.

Veit Laurent Kurz was born in Germany in 1985 and is represented by Weiss Falk, Basel; Johan Berggren Gallery, Malmo; and Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin.

The Bavarian Vampire (A Site Visit), Veit Laurent Kurz, Report:

Further reading on The Bavarian Vampire (A Site Visit) Report.

Bavarian Vampire Report copy
De Breauté described members of Luton’s Medieval community, rather cynically, as: ‘a bunch of bad chillers who constantly need to DO something and who drag and involve people around them in their obsessive doings, DO, DO, DO.’

Location:

64 Bute Street,
Luton,
LU1 2EY
Share this on Twitter

Also on:

These Walls Tell Stories by Shaun Armstrong
These Walls Tell Stories by Shaun Armstrong
The Changing Room:  Portraits of Contemporary Women in Britain by Catrine Val
The Changing Room: Portraits of Contemporary Women in Britain by Catrine Val