On Everyone’s Lips. The Oral Cavity in Art and Culture – catalogue
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Publication on the occcasion of the exhibition On Everyone’s Lips. From Pieter Bruegel to Cindy Sherman
Mouth, lips, tongue, and teeth, speech, pain, and screaming, eating, devouring, spitting, and spewing, lust and stimulating: The oral cavity is an extremely attractive bodily zone. Not only have science and medicine always been involved in the exploration of the oral cavity, but also art and cultural history, from antiquity to the present. For the first time in Germany, the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg will trace the broadly diversified path of the history of the motif within the frameworks a comprehensive exhibition dedicated to the area around the mouth.
With texts by Andreas Beitin, Hartmut Böhme, Horst Bredekamp & Kolja Thurner, Roland Garve, Birte Hinrichsen, Olaf Knellessen, Harald Lemke, Karin Leonhard, Jürgen Müller, Uta Ruhkamp, Marcus Stiglegger and Ulrike Vedder.
published by Hatje Cantz, German or English version, ca. 350 pages, 350 illustrations.