"My five-year-old could have painted that," who hasn't heard

this sentence before while looking at a work in a museum or gallery show? But

as the intention of painting is not anymore defined by how close the work

resembles reality, the notions of what makes a good painting differ.The group exhibition "You Can Do Better — Bad Painting Recommend by

Laura Helena Wurth" presents the work of 13 artists of different

generations who challenge but also play with the perceptions of "bad

painting". The show juxtaposes works by established artists Albert Oehlen,

Georg Baselitz, and Martin Kippenberger with works by young up and coming

artists such as Andi Fischer, Conny Maier and Navot Miller who reduce complex

matters to simple, almost childlike language of forms, defying the old, white


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