From 19 June to 4 October 2015, the Kunsthaus Zürich is staging the first exhibition of a private collection that focuses especially on the interrelationship between soul, spirit and the naked human form. The presentation comprises over 150 mainly contemporary photographs, sculptures, paintings and videos by some 60 artists. Its subject is the human body and how it communicates with the world around it. Love, money and power have been humankind’s strongest desires since time immemorial. All of them harbour a potential that is as destructive as it is creative. The exhibition, a contribution to the Festspiele Zürich, examines how far these three vital parameters have changed in recent decades. In the 20th and 21st centuries, human beings have reflected more profoundly on their relationship to their environment than at almost any other time in history. Our

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