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Dan Beudean: How to Kill a Sultan (2018)

Dan Beudean: How to kill a Sultan (2018), Graphite on paper mounted on wood, 30 x 40 cm “Es ist sicher das Törichste überhaupt, Kunst in Worte und Schrift fassen […]

Alexander Gorlizki: Guard your Belongings (2012)

Alexander Gorlizki: Guard Your Belongings (2012), Pigment and Gold on Paper, 26,8×20,9 cm. Added to the collection in 2012. Since I started uploading photos of the works of the collection […]

Ioana Iacob: Still Life (2011)

Ioana Iacob: Still Life (2011), Oil on Canvas, 29x42cm, added to the collection in 2018 There is a debate necessary on women in art. Always. “Do woman have to be […]

Dan Maciuca: Utopian Proximity (2015-2016)

Dan Maciuca: Altitude (2015), 150x130cm, Oil on Canvas, in the collection since 2016 Dan Maciuca: Forgotten District (2015), 150x130cm, Oil on Canvas, in the collection since 2016 Among the painters […]

Katherine Murphy: Arkwright Work Task – Filing (2016)

Katherine Murphy: Arkwright Work Task: Filing (alphabetically), 83 x 63 cm, Hahnenmühle Photo Rag, pen, 2016. Added to the collection in 2018. First of all: It’s Katherine Murphy, not to […]

Szabolcs Veres: The Pianist (2016)

Szabolcs Veres: The Pianist (2016)

Szabolcs Veres: The Pianist (2016) 40x32cm, 2016 Oil on Canvas. Part of the Collection since 2016. Note: As Szabolcs repeats his motives sometimes, there is one other work that I […]

Jonathan Callan: Space in the back of English Painting (2017)

This work by Jonathan Callan I collected because of its aesthetic beauty and also because it exemplifies what the ouevre of Callan is about: Jonathan comes from the UK, an […]

Callan @ Villa Zanders

Jonathan Callan is on display at Kunstmuseum Villa Zanders, Bergisch Gladbach starting 15.09.2018 until 06.01.2019. The solo show is accompanied by works of Andreas My.

Beckmann: Die soziale Stellung des Künstlers

Max Beckmann war kein Künstler des Klein-Klein, seine Forderungen an das Metaphysische zeigen sich in seinem souveränen, wie auch skeptisch blickenden Porträt von 1927. Die Kriegserfahrung liegt hinter ihm und […]

Philip Loersch: Lieblingsbuchstaben (2018)

Philip Loersch habe ich zum ersten Mal in einer Gruppenaustellung kennengelernt, kuratiert von Mathias Ricker. Darin waren so vollkommen unterschiedliche Künstler wie Nelleke Beltjens, Chiharu Shiota und Lucie Beppler vertreten. […]