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Markus Fräger

07.11.1959 – 17.08.2020

We mourn for a great artist, a wonderful person,
a precise observer of moods, of people, of the “behind it”.
He is missing.

In our thoughts we are with his family.

Robert Drees, Cornelia Drees, Susanne Borsch, Christin Müller


Markus Fräger, „The goodbye“, 2019, oil on canvas, 100 × 80 cm, Private collection


Hanna Nitsch // Ausstellungsbeteiligungen im Herbst 2020

Hanna Nitsch can be seen in two exciting exhibition projects this fall:

In the exhibition »KIND! ZUCKERBROT UND WUNDERLAND« (engl. »Child! Sugar bread and Wonderland«) in the Kloster Schussenried, Bad Schussenried, artists from all over Germany (including Annegret Soltau, Judith Samen, Justine Otto among others) use installations, sculpture, painting and photography to explore the spectrum of childhood between cotton candy and children’s tears, wild play and lonely fears. Why do we often remember with melancholy and longing the supposedly untroubled nature of being a child? These and other important questions are explored in the exhibition.
The exhibition covers almost 1000 m2 of the baroque convent building and parts of the park.

Opening:
September 5, 2020, 4 p.m.
Due to corona, the opening ceremony in the library hall is limited to 60 people.

Duration of the exhibition:
September 6, 2020 – November 1, 2020

Opening hours:
Tue – Fri 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Sat, Sun and on public holidays 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Location:
KLOSTER SCHUSSENRIED
Neues Kloster 1
88427 Bad Schussenried
Telefon +49(0)75 83. 92 69 – 1 40
Telefax +49(0)75 83. 92 69 – 1 11
info @ kloster-schussenried.de

www.kloster-schussenried.de

»Berührend«,(engl. »Touching«) is the name of the exhibition in the Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum, Bremen (Museen Böttcherstraße). The idea of the project was developed under the impression of the distance and distance rules for containing the corona virus in the spring of 2020. 65 works of art in the exhibition’s title contain the ambiguity of physical but above all emotional touch. Themes such as a mother’s care for her child, the bond between lovers, the violent crossing of boundaries or the involuntary closeness in everyday life are intensified by works of art by Marina Abramovic, Lucas Cranach the Elder, Robert Mapplethorpe, Pipilotti Rist and Hanna Nitsch, among others.

Duration of the exhibition:
September 19, 2020 – January 24, 2021

Opening hours:
Tue – Sun, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m., Closed on Mondays
Different opening hours may apply on public holidays.

Location:
MUSEEN BÖTTCHERSTRASSE
Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum
Ludwig Roselius Museum Böttcherstraße 6–10, 28195 Bremen
T +49 (0)421 33882-22

www.museen-boettcherstrasse.de


Franziska Stünkel – »COEXIST«
For ten years, the internationally awarded film director and photo artist Franziska Stünkel has been travelling with her Leica camera through Asia, Africa, Europe and America in search of natural reflections on shop window glass, which in their condensation tell of the coexistence of human life.
Until Septemer 27, 2020 the Leica Gallery Wetzlar will be showing new motifs from the America cycle, which were created on various journeys along the East and West Coast of the USA.

Opening:
Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Duration of the exhibition:
February 5 – September 27, 2020

Leica Galerie Wetzlar
Leica Camera AG
Am Leitz-Park 5
35578 Wetzlar

Telefon: +49 (0) 6441 – 2080-0
E-Mail: gallery@leica-camera.com

Opening hours:
Montag – Freitag 10 – 20 Uhr
Samstag/Sonntag 10 – 18 Uhr

www.leica-camera.com


New publication: Franziska Stünkel – »COEXIST«

The new catalogue shows scenes from Franziska Stünkel´s travels through Asia, Africa, Europe and America over the past ten years. The artist is always on the lookout for natural reflections on reflective surfaces and completely avoids digital post-processing of her photographs. The result is an extensive view of the highly important question of coexistence in our time, completed by texts by renowned authors and scientists from various backgrounds: artificial intelligence, biology, psychology, happiness research, lingustics, culture and fear research.

With texts by Karin Rehn-Kaufmann, Jannis Androutsopoulos, Borwin Bandelow, Türker Baş, Bela B Felsenheimer, Karen Guggenheim, Mark Stephen Meadows, Florian Langenscheidt, Piotr Młodozeniec, Iris Phan, Moritz Rinke, Anno Saul, Bernhard Schlink, Georg Toepfer and Stephen Vasconcellos

232 pages, 110 color illustrations
2019 Kehrer Verlag Heidelberg/Berlin

German, english
ISBN 978-3-86828-918-3

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Hanna Nitsch receives the art prize 2019 of the SPD faction in the Lower Saxony state parliament
The art prize of the SPD faction in the Lower Saxony state parliament has been awarded since 1988. Previous prize winners were Candice Breitz, Marina Abramovic and Timm Ulrichs.


New publication: Lucia Dellefant – »Ourconomy«

The new publication “Ourconomy” by Lucia Dellefant visualizes new approaches to more humane economic activity, experiments with radical strategies for social justice, and offers opportunities to become active in the sense of a fair economy. Spatial models, sculptures, paintings, and videos interweave to create spaces for reflection that inspire courage and a desire for the future.

With texts by Heiner Flassbeck, Paul Mason, Heinz Schütz und Anton Petz

2019, 112 pages, 20 EUR
German, english
ISBN 978-3-943106-20-6

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New publication: Eric Butcher – »Time Trial«

In »Time Trial« Eric Butcher shows the latest works of his painting objects in the relationship between flatness and three-dimensionality.

With texts by Robert Drees, Patrick Heide, Paul Carey-Kent und Eric Butcher

Published by: Galerie Robert Drees, Patrick Heide Contemporary Art and Eric Butcher
2019, 159 pages, 25 EUR
German, english
ISBN: 978-1-5272-5156-4

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