Maurizio Cattelan

Continuing our series of exhibitions at the Theseus Temple, this year the Kunsthistorisches Museum is presenting a single work by the Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan.

Maurizio Cattelan (born 1960 in Padua) is among the most well-known and provocative artists of our time. His humorous and satirical sculptures – from La Nona Ora (1999), a depiction of Pope John Paul II struck by a meteorite, to Him (2001), a life-like mannequin of Adolf Hitler as a small boy – invariably generate both controversy and debate. Cattelan was a founder of The Wrong Gallery, co-curator of the Berlin Biennale in 2006, and editor of various magazines and journals.

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