Water, Clouds, Winds - Natural Phenomena in Works from the Würth Collection
Our jubilee exhibition at Forum Würth Rorschach focuses on the flowing, respectively fleeting elements that can be observed daily right in front of our door on the picturesque banks of Lake Constance. Water, clouds and wind in all their manifestations determine the climate of our planet Earth and are part of everyday life. They have fascinated people since time immemorial and been reflected in art.
The works in the Würth Collection contain a great diversity of references to these natural phenomena, strikingly rendered across all epochs and in various media. The arc ranges from the portrayal of the primal element of water as the origin of all life to the depiction of coastal and river landscapes since the 19th century to the creation of submarine worlds in the present day. Water’s different aggregate states, from solid to liquid to gas, are also reflected in the numerous artistic engagements with the element.
FORUM WÜRTH RORSCHACH
October - March Tuesday - Sunday 11.00 a.m. - 17.00 p.m.