Tom Sachs' "Timeline" installation is currently on display at the SCHAUWERK Sindelfingen art museum in Germany. The retrospective includes various large-scale sculptures and other objects from Sachs' celebrated career.

Serving as a standout from the installation is Sachs' McDonald's stand from 2003, titled Nutsy’s McDonald’s. The piece, predominantly crafted from plywood and metal materials, is outfitted with florescent lights, a heat lamp, LCD monitor, DVD player, and multiple speakers.

Additional works of art featured in the "Timeline" retrospective include 1994's Hello Kitty Nativity sculpture, a life-size Miffy statue from 2008, the Chanel Guillotine, NASA-inspired objects, and sculptures of the World Trade Center prior to 9/11.

Accounting for Tom Sachs' first major solo exhibition in Germany in over 15 years, "Timeline" is on display at the SCHAUWERK Sindelfingen art museum through April 26, 2020. Follow here for more on the installation.

SCHAUWERK Sindelfingen Eschenbrünnlestraße 15 Sindelfingen 71065 Germany

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