The exhibition (Von kopf bis Fuss) shows the fascinating visual discourse on the changes and constants in the human image today and 130 thirty years ago. Representations of people have done much more than depict their physiological features. They were also an expression of changing ideas about being human. While in earlier centuries the portrait genre, in particular, was predestined to reﬂect the respective human image, today the ﬁne arts are turning increasingly to the human body as a whole. Paintings, sculptures, drawings and installations by around fifty artists sheld light from diverse angles on this development of the past 130 years.