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12.01.2019 - 02.03.2019

Opening hours Galerie Rothamel Erfurt

Tuesday - Friday 1 p.m - 6 p.m.
Saturday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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GALLERY ROTHAMEL FRANKFURT

GALLERY ROTHAMEL FRANKFURT

30.01.2019 - 30.05.2019

Opening hours Galerie Rothamel Frankfurt

In january 2019 the gallery will be open on demand, please contact us for a appointment. We're also open at the January 25th for the exhebition opening and January 26th from 11 am - 4 pm. 

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Art Karlsruhe 2019 Thitz, UC Berlin, 2019, UC Berlin, 2019, acrylic and bags on canvas, 160 x 140 cm, 160 x 140 cm

Art Karlsruhe 2019

ART KARLSRUHE 2019

21. bis 24. Februar | 21 until 24 February

One-Artist-Show 

Thitz
Hiroyuki Masuyama

Skulpturen | sculptures

Dana Meyer

Art Karlsruhe 2019 mit | Art Karlsruhe with:

Ellen Akimoto
Moritz Götze
Michiko Nakatani
Nguyen Xuan Huy 

Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch! | We are looking forward to seeing you at our booth!

Halle 3, Stand J 32 + H 32
Messeallee 1, 76287 Rheinstetten, Germany
Stand-Telefon | contact +49 (177) 599 84 45

Preview: 20. Februar, 14 – 21 Uhr preview 20 February 2 – 9 pm
Öffnungszeiten: 21.–24. Februar 11–19 Uhr opening hours 21–24 February 11am–7pm

 


Ellen Akimoto, Speaking Persuasively, 240 x 210 cm, Öl auf Leinwand, 2018


Hiroyuki Masuyama, Der Mönch am Meer (nach Caspar David Friedrich, 1808-10), 2007, LED Lightbox, Auflage 5, 110 x 171,5 x 4 cm

 
Moritz Götze, Immer dasselbe, 2018, Öl auf Leinwand, 180 x 140 cm


Nguyen Xuan Huy, Waiting until Heaven is Done 2, 2018, Öl auf Leinwand, 270 x 190 cm


Michiko Nakatani, Souzou no Yoroi, (Rüstung aus der Vorstellung), 2013, Kunstharz / Pigment / Eisen, 53 x 165 x 32 cm


21.02.2019 - 24.02.2019

Dana Meyer at Art Karlsruhe 2019 Dana Meyer, Schweine, 2013, Steel - forged and welded, 176 x 500 x 600 cm

Dana Meyer at Art Karlsruhe 2019

Our sculpture space at Art Karlsruhe 2019 is dedicated to a group of works by Dana Meyer. Since her major trade fair appearances in 2012, 2015 and 2017, she is one of the established and respected German sculptors. Several of the presented works are now in public ownership. Since the summer of 2018, the antelope group "Die Schlucht" is shown in the sculpture park of the city of Eschborn. In 2019 we will present her large composition "Schweine" ("pigs") in Karlsruhe.

Dana Meyer forges her virtuoso expressive sculptures freehand from steel. Between human and animal figures, she recognizes a "relationship" that overrides the boundaries to the animal kingdom. And she is not only a master of the great composition. In Karlsruhe, the artist presents a series of bizarre and masterfully crafted fictional insect sculptures in addition to her pig group - her "South Pacific Expedition".

South Pacific Expedition


Dana Meyer, South Pacific Expedition, 2012-2018, Steel, Driven and Welded (Detail)

All works of the South Pacific Exhibtion you can find here

 


Art Karlsruhe 2012: Dana Meyer zeigt am Stand der Galerie Rothamel den "Eisläufer".


2015: "Mensch trägt Pferd", "Fuchsjagd" und "General"


2017: "Die Schlucht"


21.02.2019 - 24.02.2019

Welcome to America - Grand Tour moves on to New York Grand Tour in New York

Welcome to America - Grand Tour moves on to New York

Moritz Götze and Rüdiger Giebler continue their Grand Tour to New York. On February 12 the show will be opened in the German Consulate General in New York. Some words about the artists and their works will be spoken by Dirk Ockhardt, himself a collector.

The exhibition runs from 13th February to 22nd March 2019 and is open from Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm.

https://www.germany.info/nyevents


13.02.2019 - 22.03.2019

Artworks of Hans-Christian Schink in Buffalo, Erfurt and Sindelfingen  Parco degli Acquedotti (6), from the series "Aqua Claudia", 2014, C-Print, 51 x 60,5 cm or C-Print/Diasec, 121 x 143 cm or C-Print/Diasec, 178 x 211 cm, ed. 8 + 2 AP

Artworks of Hans-Christian Schink in Buffalo, Erfurt and Sindelfingen 

Photographic Recall: Italian Rationalist Architecture in Contemporary German Art 

University of Buffalo Anderson Gallery
February 10 through May 12, 2019
http://ubartgalleries.buffalo.edu/exhibitions/ 

Five years after his stay in the Villa Massimo, the museum of the University of Buffalo shows an extensive selection of Roman works by Hans-Christian Schink.
Photographic Recall: Italian Rationalist Architecture in Contemporary German Art assembles photo and video works by Caterina Borelli, Johanna Diehl, Günther Förg, Eiko Grimberg, Thomas Ruff, Heidi Specker and Hans-Christian Schink. The opening will be on February 9 at 6 pm.
 
Burma

From March 16, 2019 we will exhibit a selection of the works from the Burma-series in our gallery in Erfurt.


Win Sein Taw Ya. Back of the Head, Mudon, 2016, C-Print, framed, ed. 8 + 2 ap, 90 x 107, 131 x 153 cm and 
178 x 211 cm

HEIMVORTEIL. German artists from the collection Schaufler

Schauwerk Sindelfingen
until June 30, 2019
https://www.schauwerk-sindelfingen.de/

Lichtempfindlich 2 – photographs from the collection Schaufler

Schauwerk Sindelfingen 
until January 6, 2020
https://www.schauwerk-sindelfingen.de/

10.02.2019 - 12.05.2019

Move of our gallery in Frankfurt Exhibition with Ellen Akimoto in Frankfurt, September 2017

Move of our gallery in Frankfurt

In 2005 we opened our showroom at Fahrgasse 17 in Frankfurt. After a loving and elaborative conversion, the first gallery of the Fahrgassen-type was born: the economic miracle architecture of the late forties shone in new splendor, was sensitively revised and adapted to the requirements of a modern gallery. The original character with skylight, canopy, brass window frame, bakelite door pull and grid frame over the radiators has been preserved. Friends, neighbors, co-worker Johanna Pahnke and especially all-rounder René from AGH helped for a perfect start. Around the same time, other colleagues launched new projects in Fahrgasse. Over the following years, more galleries settled. Some disappeared again (without trace or spectacular), but today the street between the river Main and Berliner street houses eight galleries and is a hotspot of the Frankfurt art scene.

Where art is shown, restaurateurs like to settle down - art collectors are hungry and artists are thirsty. Meanwhile, the economies are in the majority and social darwinism takes its course. Colleague Carlo Schwind has given up his generous rooms across the street and moves in our former rooms. He is allowed to, because he is the owner. We move on. We will continue to be present in Frankfurt. A temporary alternative address is found and the search for a new fixed domicile is in progress. Unfortunately, the last exhibition in Fahrgasse with papercuts by Annette Schröter lasts only a short time - it runs from January 25, 7 pm to January 26, 4 pm.

You and your friends are invited!

 


Exhibition with Axel Anklam



Exhibition with Moritz Götze


Exhibition with Hans-Christian Schink


Exhibition with Nguyen Xuan Huy


Exhibition with Hiroyuki Masuyama


24.01.2019 - 24.01.2019

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