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The gallery is currently closed

Due to the current situation, the gallery will be closed from Dec 16, 2020 until Mar 7, 2021. In the meantime, we are of course always available by email at the following email address: 


The gallery is currently closed

Mär 27– Mai 16, 2021

Elif Saydam will be part of the group exhibition "Lose Enden" at Kunsthalle Bern.The exhibition is curated by Valérie Knoll and Julia Künzi.

Elif Saydam, Day Fool, 2019, oil, 23k gold, lavender oil on canvas, 30 x 21 cm.

Elif Saydam | Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach-Stiftung scholarship

Our congratulations to Elif Saydam, who received one of three Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Stiftung scholarships of up to 25,000 euros each, as part of its "Catalogs for Young Artists" program.

Elif Saydam, Artists, 2019, oil, 23 karat gold, lavender oil, inkjet transfer on canvas, 20 × 21 cm.

Stephan Balkenhol | Lehmbruckmuseum

Oct 22, 2020 - Feb 28, 2021

In the coming year, the Lehmbruck Museum will be presenting a comprehensive show of Stephan Balkenhol’s work, developed in close collaboration with the artist himself. Beginning with his early works from the mid-1980s, the exhibition spans his oeuvre right up until our present day and includes several works created especially for Duisburg. Numerous drawings and plaster models provide further insights into Stephan Balkenhol’s creative process and his artistic world of ideas.

Stephan Balkenhol, Mann mit weißem Hemd und schwarzer Hose, 2020, wawa wood painted, 200 x 40 x 29 cm. Photo: W. Petzi

Thomas Zipp and Rodney Graham | Pinakothek der Moderne

Sep 29, 2020  ‐  Mar 28, 2021

With its multitude of startling new artistic styles, Modernism has remained a source of inspiration for successive generations of later artists. It paved the way for the liberation of perspective, proportion, and colour from formal verisimilitude. This living legacy is vividly reflected in the new display of modern art from our own collection, now presented in relation to 80 contemporary works from the Goetz Collection. The joint display leads to a broadening of artistic media, away from the traditional collection core of paintings to include photography, sculpture, and textile art including Thomas Zipp and Rodney Graham.

Installation view at the exhibition AU RENDEZ VOUZ DES AMIS | Modernism in Dialogue with Contemporary Art from the Sammlung Goetz at Pinakothek der Moderne. Thomas Zipp, Heppenheim, 1963, Achtung! Vision: England attacked by the Subreals, 2004. 33 parts: print on hardboards, oil, acrylic on canvas.

Slawomir Elsner | Lenbachhaus

May 12, 2020 – Feb 7, 2021

Slawomir Elsner's (b. 1976) graphic engagement with two central paintings by artists of the Blue Rider circle is closely bound up with his own creative inquiry into why some works of art seem to be more important, more famous and widely known, than others.Who writes the histories of art; what is included in them and what is deliberately or inadvertently relegated to some other domain; who is the "star" of a collection, exhibition, or installation; and are these questions about works of art and their categorization in fact still relevant?
Text: Lenbachhaus, curated by Anna Straetmans

Installation view of Slawomir Elsner in the exhibition Der Blaue Reiter at Lenbachhaus, photo: Simone Gänsheimer © Slawomir Elsner

Thomas Ruff | Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen

Sep 12 — Feb 7, 2021

The comprehensive exhibition of works by Thomas Ruff (b. 1958, lives in Düsseldorf) at K20 focuses on photographic series from the past twenty years, for which the artist, one of the most important protagonists of contemporary photography, hardly ever picked up a camera himself. For his often large-format images, he instead used found photographs from a wide variety of sources.

Thomas Ruff, neg◊lapresmidi_11, 2016, ed. 6/8, c-print, 71 x 61 cm. © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020

Viola Relle & Raphael Weilguni | Bayerischer Kunstförderpreis 2020

Our congratulations to Viola Relle & Raphael Weilguni who won the Bayerischer Kunstförderpreis 2020. The promotional art award of the state of bavaria is awarded annually in the four categories "Fine Arts", "Performing Arts", "Music and Dance" and "Literature". The prizes are awarded by the Bavarian State Minister for Science and Art on the recommendation of expert juries.

Viola Relle & Raphael Weilguni, Selber (fracking), 2018, ceramic glazed, 45 x 45 x 78 cm.

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