Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held April 7 - June 25. Curated by Matthias Ulrich and edited by Max Hollein and Matthias Ulrich. Includes works by Abetz/Drescher, Rita Ackermann, Joe Andoe, Marc Bijl, Anuschka Blommers, Niels Schumm, Slater Bradley, Daniele Buetti, Ian Cooper, Annelies Coste, Sue de Beer, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Amie Dicke, Tracey Emin, Luis Gispert, Anthony Goicolea, Janine Gordon, Mathew Greene, Lauren Greenfield, Kevin Hanley, Esther Harris, Rachel Howe, Pierre Huyghe, Laura Kikauka, Clemens Krauss, Hendrik Krawen, Liisa Lounila, Martin Maloney, Marlene McCarty, Ryan McGinley, Alex McQuilkin, Bjarne Melgaard, Alex Morrison, João Onofre, Lea Asja Pagenkemper, Mike Paré, Frédéric Post, Bettina Pousttchi, L.A. Raven, Julika Rudelius, Collier Schorr, Kiki Seror, Ulrike Siecaup, Hannah Starkey, Tomoaki Suzuki, Alex Tennigkeit, Sue Tompkins, Gavin Turk, Iris van Dongen, Alejandro Vidal, and Banks Violette. Texts by Max Hollein, Niels Werber, Mercedes Bunz, Georg Seeßlen, Jens Hoffmann, and Matthias Ulrich, in English and German. "A growing emphasis on the media, individuality, and commercialism is producing a constantly increasing diversity of youth scenes. Girlies, greasers, hooligans, rappers, ravers, streetballers, train surfers, and wakeboarders are just some of these disparate 'artificial tribes' to which young people today feel they belong. Whereas during the cold war of youth cultures one still had to decide between clear alternatives like punk or pop, young people today, as a rule, pass through a whole series of scenes. This exhibition shows how contemporary art confronts the various life worlds of teens, twens, and postadolescent thirtysomethings whose experience of youth culture often continues into their family lives and careers." -- publisher's statement.