In the Designwerkstatt Bilderrahmen, Munich is a solo exhibition of Kathrina Sofie Baumgartner’s artworks which opens on the 15th of November.
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Berlin will build a new museum for the Ulla and Heiner Pietzsch Collection, allowing the Old Masters collection to remain in the Gemälde Gallery.
The exhibition, “The Angel of the Odd – Dark Romanticism from Goya to Max Ernst” opens at the Musée d’Orsay. It brings together around 200 works: paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures from the late 18th century to the early 20th century, as well as twelve films from the inter-war period.
The Albertina will devote an exhibition to the first retrospective in Austria of Max Ernst. Presenting a selection of 180 paintings, collages, and sculptures, as well as relevant examples of illustrated books and documents, the exhibition will assemble works related to all of the artist’s periods, discoveries, and techniques, thereby introducing his life and œuvre within a both biographic and historical context.
From Russia to Australia to London, Paris and Vienna to the West coast of the United States, twelve artists (5 women and 7 men) unite on a quest to evoke the sacred.
The Berlin collectors Ulla and Heiner Pietzsch have donated their collection of 150 Surrealist artworks, valued at €120m to the city of Berlin. But the bequest may end up displacing the world famous Old Masters collection in the Gemäldegalerie.
For some 20 years Lukáš Kándl has co-operated with the Droit de Regard Gallery, in the center Arcachon, France. Starting with a few small paintings, Lukáš now displays very large artworks and permanently occupies 2/3 of the whole surface area, with a total of about 50 paintings.
Steven Kenny moved from New York to St Petersburg, Florida (home of the Salvador Dali Museum) in early January of this year. Within days he met Lance Rodgers, curator of Salt Creek Artworks, and was immediately invited to exhibit his paintings at the gallery. A total of 17 paintings are on view.
The Fabrik der Künste in Hamburg in northern Germany is for the first time presenting an extraordinary retrospective exhibition of the great Swiss surrealist HR Giger – with artworks of art from the collection of HR Giger and Marco Witzig (Giger work directory).