An essential attraction of the Feuerle Collection lies in its juxtaposition of works of art from different cultures and eras - here the contrast between a wooden table from the imperial court of Beijing and a contemporary photograph by Adam Fuss.
The exterior of the former bunker appears almost unchanged following reconstruction. Only discreet red lettering indicates the new use.
The photographs on the wall, illuminated by contour spotlights, seem to shine from within.
The richly decorated, small-format bronze sculptures from the Khmer culture can be studied in the finest detail thanks to optimal lighting.
The right lighting tool for each exhibit: contour spotlights for photography, spotlights with spot and flood light distributions for statues and stone tables.
Precisely aligned to the head, light ideally models the three-dimensional contours.
The shadow images of the sculptures created on the floor have their very own charm.