KUNSTKRAFTWERK LEIPZIG PRESENTS
Digital innovation as a key to the preservation, mediation, and experience of cultural heritage
KUNSTKRAFTWERK initiated and is now presenting TÜBKE MONUMENTAL, offering an utterly new way of looking at one of the most important works of twentieth-century figurative painting, Werner Tübke’s (1929–2004) Frühbürgerliche Revolution in Deutschland (Early Bourgeoise Revolution in Germany). The artist worked eleven years, from 1976 to 1987, on designing and carrying out the work that measures 14×123meters, the largest painting in Central Europe. The original remains housed in the Panorama Museum in Bad Frankenhausen, far removed from any urban art center.