An exhibition of Axel Hütte’s early work at Josef Albers Museum Quadrat Bottrop, Germany, tracks his restrained creative practice from 1978-1995. The images on display chronicle post-war architectural forms such as stairwells and corridors alongside the U-Bahn in Berlin and buildings in London, Venice and Paris. This interest in structural forms punctuates even Hütte’s series of Italian landscapes, drawing together the diverse locations.
Until 7 January. Find out more: www.bottrop.de.
1. Axel Hütte, San Miniato, Italy, 1990 © Axel Hütte