Antichambre is a new series of single-piece exhibitions, focusing on works from private collections located in the owners’ toilets. Usually overlooked as spaces of display, toilets can hold treasures invisible but to the closest friends and family.
The first Antichambre exhibition features a painting by the German artist Tim Trantenroth (1969, Waldsassen). Trantenroth often paints architecture and empty urban settings. In Kamera (K. mit Arm), from 2005, he focuses on the systems of surveillance that transform our cities into voyeuristic stages.