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KOSMOS OST with Annette Schröter

KOSMOS OST with Annette Schröter

In mid-May 2020, the Dresden Albertinum opens a comprehensive retrospective on Ernst Barlach's 150th birthday, which is largely based on the inventory of the Ernst Barlach Haus. The anniversary project is an occasion for an East / West exchange: In return, the Albertinum borrows 60 works from its collection of art from the GDR. The presentation includes paintings and sculptures from the post-war period, "Socialist contemporary art" from the 1960s and 70s, and works by a younger generation of artists . There is a wide range of topics, styles and positions to be discovered - from the portrait of a worker to a pop art experiment, from factual to expressive, figurative to abstract, conformist to critical.How diverse and often ambiguous the visual worlds of East German art are in the West Little known even thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall. With works by 52 artists, the exhibition aims to contribute to broadening the view of the Eastern Kosmos. Works by Walter Arnold, Rudolf Bergander, Gerhard Bondzin, Hermann Bruse, Wieland Förster, Hubertus Giebe, Sighard Gille, Hermann Glöckner, Eberhard Göschel, Waldemar Grzimek, Harald Hakenbeck, Helmut Heinze, Bernhard Heisig, Bert Heller, Eugen Hoffmann, Petra Kasten, Siegfried Klotz, Rolf Krause, Gerda Lepke, Frank Maasdorf, Wolfgang Mattheuer, Paul Michaelis, Michael Morgner, Rudolf Nehmer, Willi Neubert , Otto Niemeyer-Holstein, Hans Heinrich Palitzsch, Ronald Paris, Uwe Pfeifer, Egon Pukall, Arno Rink, Theodor Rosenhauer, Wilhelm Rudolph, Cornelia Schleime, Wilhelm Schmied, Wieland Schmiedel, Baldur Schönfelder, Annette Schröter, Eva Schulze-Knabe, Jürgen Seidel , Gustav Seitz, Willi Sitte, Hans Steger, Werner Stötzer, Werner Tübke, Max Uhlig, Herbert Volwahsen, Dieter Weidenbach, Jürgen Wenzel, Christoph Wetzel, Willy Wolff and Walter Womacka.

05.04.2020 - 28.06.2020

ÜBERSEE BOOK FROM ANNETTE SCHRÖTER

ÜBERSEE BOOK FROM ANNETTE SCHRÖTER

Annette Schröter cuts her pictures, works with the cutter, paper, sprays, colored acrylic glass and wallpaper scraps. Since 2015, Annette Schröter has made several trips to South and North America, including Buenos Aires, Montevideo, New York, Vancouver and Montreal. Her impressions, especially of everyday culture, architecture and vegetation, are reflected in an extensive group of paper cuts. The "silhouette", a technique that is particularly known from the 18th and 19th centuries and was often used by laypeople, deliberately serves as a contemporary artistic expression. Schröter not only explores the diverse and previously underestimated possibilities of this technology. In her work, she also questions content-related and artistic clichés that we associate with the term ÜBERSEE. This comes from a time when people - obeying existential hardship - left their homeland, but on the other hand it always stood for the unreachable distance and the exotic unknown as the goal of all desires - for 28 euros with us or at MMKoehn Verlag


20.03.2020

Nguyen Xuan Huy will be shown in the exhibition “Waiting / Waiting” in Gera

Nguyen Xuan Huy will be shown in the exhibition “Waiting / Waiting” in Gera

From March 15 to April 26, works by the painter Nguyen Xuan Huy will be shown in the exhibition “Waiting / Waiting”. He comes from a Vietnamese family of artists. He was a brilliant draftsman as a teenager and went to Europe to study when he was seventeen. He masters oil painting with virtuosity and feels firmly connected to European traditions. Odysseus with the Sirens, Venus and Mars, Géricault, Boucher, Bosch or the Nabis - Nguyen deals with all these topics with meticulousness, knowledgeable parables and finesse. Nguyen Xuan Huy was born in 1976 in Hanoi. He studied at the Hanoi University of Architecture, at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Bordeaux, and in 2003 he received his painting diploma at the Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle. He lives and works in Berlin. Opening hours of the Carqueville Gallery: Thursdays and Sundays from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. or by appointment, phone 0365/77338055. Admission is free.

15.03.2020

1990 PHOTOGRAPHIC POSITIONS FROM ONE YEAR OVER A YEAR

1990 PHOTOGRAPHIC POSITIONS FROM ONE YEAR OVER A YEAR

We cordially invite you and your friends to the opening of the 1990 photographic positions from one year, over a year on Friday, February 28, 2020 in the Brandenburg State Museum of Modern Art, Diesel Power Plant Cottbus. From 7 p.m. free admission to the exhibition 7.30 p.m. Welcome and introduction to Ulrike Kremeier Director BLMK Carmen Schliebe Curator Collection Photography Music: Detlef Bielke - piano Lu Schulz - saxophone Exhibition artists: Gerhard Gäbler, Ingrid Hartmetz, Barbara Klemm, Ute Mahler, Jürgen Matschie, Barbara Metselaar – Berthold, Hildegard Ochse, Manfred Paul, Ludwig Rauch, Jens Rötzsch, Andreas Rost, Michael Schade, Donald Saischowa, Hans-Christian Schink, Gundula Schulze Eldowy

28.02.2020

Art Karlsruhe 2020

Art Karlsruhe 2020

ART KARLSRUHE 2020

13 - 16 February

Ellen Akimoto
Dana Meyer
Nguyen Xuan Huy
Wieland Payer
Marten Schädlich
Thitz
Sculptureplace: Moritz Götze
preview on Wednesday, 12 February, 2 - 9 pm (by invitation only)
13 - 16 February opening hours 11 am - 7 pm hall 3, stand J 32 + sculpture square H 32

We are looking forward to seeing you!

Preview tickets available for our collectors (exclusively). Each ticket admits two. Please send us an e-mail (not later than next Saturday) and do not forget your recent postal address. First come, first served. Art Karlsruhe shines with its sculpture spaces and has probably achieved more for this genre than any other art fair in the world. You will experience the most entertaining sculpture place with us this year: We are showing art pinball machines by Moritz Götze. It is about Martin Luther and his revenant Mick Jagger, Lady Hamilton and the sinking of the German Navy. Bring change for pinball and cards for the rest.


13.02.2020

Moritz Götze and Rüdiger Giebler in the Tharangambadi Museum / India

Moritz Götze and Rüdiger Giebler in the Tharangambadi Museum / India

On February 8, Moritz Götze and Rüdiger Giebler will open a new exhibition in the Tharangambadi Museum in India as part of their “Grand Tour” project. The location is not chosen by chance, since in 1706 there has been a mission station in Tharangambadi, whose missionaries came from Halle an der Saale, the hometown of Götze and Giebler. Every year in July, the residents of Tharangambadi commemorate the arrival of the first Lutheran missionaries Bartholomäus Ziegenbalg (1682–1719) and Heinrich Plüschau (1677–1752) on July 9, 1706 with a parade through the city. After their arrival, Ziegenbalg and Plütschau sought contact with the local people with great interest. This was the beginning of a unique dialogue that continues to this day. The MM missionaries laid the foundation stone for the beginning of printing in India in Tharangambadi. In 2017 the Ziegenbalg House Museum was opened, in which Moritz Götze and Rüdiger Giebler are now exhibiting.

08.02.2020

Ellen Akimoto in the Kunsthalle Darmstadt

Ellen Akimoto in the Kunsthalle Darmstadt

Sat / 25.01.20 / 19h exhibition opening "SUPER!" Admission from 18.30 clock. Please note that only a limited number of seats are available. Admission is free. Kunsthalle Darmstadt is showing "SUPER!" As of January 26, 2020. A group exhibition by five young painters who oppose the trend towards the immersion-conscious physical-sensual presence of painting and the chance of contemplation.


24.12.2019

Wieland Payer's new catalog

Wieland Payer's new catalog "Ultima Thule"

Wieland Payer's new catalog is finally here "Ultima Thule" is a documentation of the Iceland series plus a wonderful text by Freddy Langer, about his Icelandic experiences. Thanks to the City of Dresden, Jörk Rothamel, Freddy Langer and all other contributors and guides!


09.12.2019

BÄRTIGER MANN - Historical and contemporary silhouettes

BÄRTIGER MANN - Historical and contemporary silhouettes

Annette Schröter et al.
in Castle Klippstein / 01454 Radeberg / Schlossstr.6
November 30, 2019 - March 1, 2020


30.11.2019 - 01.03.2020

Moritz Götze and Rüdiger Giebler at the Sala de Arte, La Orotava, Teneriffa.

Moritz Götze and Rüdiger Giebler at the Sala de Arte, La Orotava, Teneriffa.

Opening on October 25th at 11 pm. The Exhibition are from October 26th to November 27th 2019.

25.10.2019 - 27.11.2019

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