After an extensive restoration with the support of the lender and the Franz West Privatstiftung as well as the MAK ART SOCIETY
(MARS), the 4 Larvae (Lemur Heads) (2001) by Franz West (1947–2012) have returned to the Stubenbrücke in Vienna in January 2016. On the occasion of the MAK retrospective
Franz West: Merciless in 2001, the 4 Larvae (Lemur Heads) were displayed on the pylons of the Stubenbrücke, which connects Weiskirchnerstraße and Landstraßer Hauptstraße in the city
center. The seemingly ancient 4 Larvae (Lemur Heads) made of painted, sculpted aluminum, which extend up to three meters in height, invite viewers to engage in a dialogue with
the sculptural objects and combine with the symbolism of the inherently flowing water of the River Wien, whose loose, flexible,
and unpredictable form leads to associations with chaos as a creative flow and a primeval material.
Stubenbrücke, 1010 Vienna How to get there: U3 / tram line 2 / busses 3A, 74A / Stubentor, U4 / Landstraße (Wien Mitte)