A number of works from Bill Bollinger’s estate were recently discovered in a farmhouse attic and a warehouse in Upstate New York.

They are mainly drawings and visual documents that the artist had left there in storage. This exhibition gives an initial insight into these finds, now going on display for the first time.

Bill Bollinger (1939, Brooklyn–1988, Pine Plains, NY) was among the pioneering sculptors of his time. His first solo show took place at the Bianchini Gallery, New York, in 1966 and he participated in legendary exhibitions including 9 at Leo Castelli (New York, 1968), Op Losse Schroeven (Amsterdam, 1969) and When Attitudes Become Form (Bern, 1969). However, after the mid-1970s his oeuvre slipped into a long obscurity and was only rediscovered thanks to the retrospective staged at the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, ZKM | Zentrum für Kunst und Medien, Karlsruhe, the Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, and the Sculpture Center, New York in 2011–12.

A production of Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, curated by Christiane Meyer-Stoll.