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Hartmut Neumann – Verbotene Zonen (Forbidden Zones) ǀ Wolf Hamm – Große Prozesse (Great Processes)

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Hartmut Neumann – Verbotene Zonen (Forbidden Zones) ǀ Wolf Hamm – Große Prozesse (Great Processes)

Exhibition at Max Ernst Museum Brühl des LVR

Under the titles "Verbotene Zonen" (Forbidden Zones) and "Große Prozesse" (Great Processes), the Max Ernst Museum Brühl of the LVR is presenting around 100 works by Hartmut Neumann (*1954) and Wolf Hamm (*1974) in a double exhibition. The German painter, object artist and photographer Hartmut Neumann studied painting and graphics at the Hochschule für Künste in Bremen und...

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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner e la grandiosità della montagna

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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner e la grandiosità della montagna

Fondazione Gabriele e Anna Braglia

The exhibition in the Braglia Foundation, Lugano, focuses on Ernst Ludwig Kirchner's work during his stay in the Swiss Alps from 1917 to 1938 by presenting four major themes: Shepherds, Alpine Life, Personalities from the Artist's Mountain World and the Alpine Landscape. At the same time, the 67 works reveal the artist's love of technical experimentation. In addition to oil paintings, there are pencil dra...

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Heinz Mack

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Heinz Mack

Exhibition at Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf

Marking the 90th birthday of Heinz Mack (*1931), the Kunstpalast dedicates an exhibition to the artist, focussing primarily on his early oeuvre from the 1950s to the 1970s. The show illuminates the innovative and revolutionary spirit with which Mack unlocked new spheres of thinking and working outside academic requisites. The selection of around 100 exhibits, including a number of expansive works, traces the key stag...

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Leiko Ikemura. Aún más mañanas

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Leiko Ikemura. Aún más mañanas

Centro de Artes Caja de Burgos CAB

Leiko Ikemura has composed for the Caja de Burgos CAB Art Center a warning to an increasingly suffocating society. Her serene work is a transcript of her own personality. Ikemura encourages the viewer to discover mystery in her narratives and turn them into something fantastic or, on the contrary, to keep them within the bounds of reality.   Human figures transmuted into trees, personified plant organs and...

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Thomas Wrede @ MKdW, Alkersum/Föhr

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Thomas Wrede @ MKdW, Alkersum/Föhr

Made on Föhr

Since 2010, the Museum Kunst der Westküste has been inviting international artists whose work to date has a connection to the particular character of the museum to Alkersum.   Entitled Made on Föhr, the exhibition initiates a new series of exhibitions accompanying the artist-in-residence programme. The group show presents a selection of photographic works, most of which a...

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Stefan à Wengen & Thomas Wrede @ Kunsthalle Emden

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Stefan à Wengen & Thomas Wrede @ Kunsthalle Emden

WILD/BEAUTIFUL. Animals in Art

Under the title »WILD/BEAUTIFUL. Animals in Art«, the Kunsthalle Emden will present a group exhibition on the theme of animal depictions in art and the ambivalent relationship between humans and animals. We are pleased to announce that the artists Stefan à Wengen and Thomas Wrede will be part of the exhibition.   Stefan à Wengen is represented with a large format canvas work entit...

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Chris Reinecke: Participation of Me and Us.

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Chris Reinecke: Participation of Me and Us.

Living and Housing and Working in the City. Düsseldorf 1967 - 1971

Chris Reinecke Partizipation von ich und wir. Leben und Wohnen und Arbeiten in der Stadt. Düsseldorf 1967 – 1971   until March 28, 2021     With the exhibition Participation of Me and Us. Living and Housing and Working in the City. Düsseldorf 1967 - 1971, the Stadtmuseum Düsseldorf is showing a convolute of pamphlets, flyers, leaflets and "posters" (t...

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ALBERO DIGITALE

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ALBERO DIGITALE

A unique video installation by Fabrizio Plessi illuminates St. Mark's Square in Venice during Christmas season

With a gigantic golden mosaic consisting of around 80 LED screen modules creating golden flowing light streams, the Italian video pioneer once again provides St. Mark's Square with a real highlight. Only in September, with his spectacular installation ‘L'età dell'oro’ (The Golden Age), he illuminated the windows of Museo Correr with digital golden waterfalls.   Visible like a...

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