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  • THOMAS KÜHNAPFEL in Schorndorf, Germany

    From February 8 to April 13, 2020, the Q Gallery for Art Schorndorf - an exhibition space curated by the Kulturforum Schorndorf and Kunstverein Schorndorf - will be showing the solo exhibition THOMAS KÜHNAPFEL - Dynastien. The exhibition is accompanied by a diverse program with events and guided tours..

    Opening: Friday, February 7, 2020, 8 p.m.
    Welcome: Stefanie Grünes, Kulturforum Schrondorf
    Introduction: Dr. Heiderose Langer, Erich Hauser Art Foundation

    Venue: Q GALLERY FOR ART SCHORNDORF, Karlstr. 19, 73614 Schorndorf, Germany

  • Exhibtion ULRICH RÜCKRIEM - extended until March 6th, 2020

    We are pleased to announce that the duration of the current exhibition ULRICH RÜCKRIEM - Sculptures and Drawings will be extended until Friday, March 6, 2020.

    In this comprehensive overview exhibition in all 15 gallery rooms, we show selected works by ULRICH RÜCKRIEM from almost five decades: in addition to the stone sculptures typical of Rückriem, drawings, editions, colored stone and paper works as well as glass and metal works by the 81-year-old still active artist are on display. Also, a beautiful new unique edition by Rückriem has been published for the exhibition.
    We look forward to your visit until March 6, 2020!

  • KRISTINA BERNING in Berlin

    Until February 23, 2020, the Kunstverein Neukölln e.V. in Berlin is showing the group exhibition "Kaleidoscope - five ways to think about glass" curated by KRISTINA BERNING. In addition to works by Carla Guagliardi, Lena von Goedeke, Sebastian Richter and Julius Weiland, Berning is also represented in the exhibition with her glass work.

    Finissage: Sunday, February 23, 2020, 7.30 p.m.
    Address: Kunstverein Neukölln e.V., Mainzer Straße 42, 12053 Berlin, Germany

  • GREGOR SCHNEIDER in Munich

    From November 28, 2019 to August 30, 2020 GREGOR SCHNEIDER is represented in the group exhibition Tell me about (yesterday) tomorrow in the NS Documentation Center Munich, Germany. The exhibtion is curated by Nicolaus Schafhausen and brings contemporary art in exchange with current approaches to remembrance work. A catalog will appear.

    Opening: Wednesday, November 27, 2019
    Venue: The Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism, Max-Mannheimer-Platz 1 (former Brienner Str. 34), 80333 MUNICH, GERMANY

  • GREGOR SCHNEIDER in Rome

    From 09 October 2019 - 01 March 2020 GREGOR SCHNEIDERs work "End of the Museum" is part of the group exhibition "The Dark Side. Who is afraid of the dark? presented in the new pivate museum MUSJA (Museo Jacorossi) in Rome. It is the opening exhibition of this new private museum and part of a 3-part exhibition series by curator Danilo Eccher. On display are large, site-specific installations and works by 12 major international artists.

    Venue: MUSJA (Museo Jacorossi), Via dei Chiavari, 7, 00186 ROME, ITALY

  • CHRISTOF KLUTE in Magdeburg, Germany

    From 21st of September, 2019 until 9th og February, 2020 Christof Klute is represented in the group exhibition "Modern Iconography, Photography, the Bauhaus and the Consequences 1919 - 2019" at the Kunstmuseum Kloster Unser Lieben Frauen in Magdeburg, Germany. The exhibition, which focuses on the relationship between photography and the city, will open in Magdeburg on Saturday, September 21, 2019, at 5 pm.

  • STEPHAN BALKENHOL in Sneek/Niederlande

    STEPHAN BALKENHOL has realized the work "Fortunas Fountain" for the Frisian town of Sneek in the Netherlands. It is one of eleven well works designed by renowned international artists and installed in the historic centers of the cities of the Dutch province of Friesland. Background: Leeuwarden-Friesland is European Capital of Culture this year and the project 11Fountains is intended to symbolically connect the cities of this province. This gives Friesland a new art route, which is already considered a new cultural heritage. The work "Fortunas Fountain", in which many will recognize the "Man with cornucopia" of Balkenhol - known as a bronze edition, is now standing in the canal in front of the historic water gate in Bolsward / Sneek and should remain there after the cultural year.

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