Current exhibition

OSKAR MULLEY. A life in pictures.

In his paintings Oskar Mulley questions human existence and its significance in the face of looming forces of nature.  At the same time, the monumental works exude depth, calmness and power. In the artist's compositions, he sets high-altitude mountain villages, farms and chapels on the edge of steep precipices – generating the images’ unique drama.

While being drawn into the depth of these works, the viewer is bathed in the mountain world, and the photography allows one into the life and surroundings of the artist.  Photos of locations and moments from Mulley’s time at the Academy in Vienna, of Kufstein and his later years in Garmisch-Partenkirchen paint a picture of a self-aware person and painter. 

Exhibition catalog

Oskar Mulley. A life in pictures

Nr. 01/2018
Free catalog
5, - Euro delivery costs

Images of the exhibition

On the ground floor of our gallery we are displaying Oskar Mulley’s paintings in a modern, light-flooded space, thereby placing his monumental mountain landscapes in an urban environment. Photographs from his life and the environment that surrounded him are presented on a plexiglass wall and paint a personal picture of the artist. His impressive biography appears in a table printed on cloth and documents the reputation he had already gained during his lifetime. This dialogue between photographs and the artist's creations provides us with deeper insight into the works and life of the Austrian landscape painter.


Past exhibitions

2017

Art is our life –
35 Years of Galerie Schüller

"What brought you to the art world?" The question is one which Wolfgang Schüller, the founder of the gallery, is asked time and again. An anniversary seems like an ideal opportunity to answer it and the story of the genesis of the gallery is a very unusual one. In our anniversary catalogue, Wolfgang Schüller speaks very personally about the past, the present and his vision for the future of our gallery. 

Our passion for art is what drives us to continually refill the 'treasure chest' of our gallery with high-value works of art of the best provenance. For this reason, our most recent acquisitions are at the heart of this anniversary exhibition, both in our physical gallery space and in our anniversary catalogue, in which you can read fascinating details about each work on display. We would be very happy to give you a personal tour of the exhibition in the gallery. We look forward to your visit! 

Pleasure for all the senses –
Max Lacher in Munich

Born in Munich in 1905, Max Lacher lived life to the full and was a diversely talented artist. His oeuvre is often humorous and broadly diversified. Lacher used numerous techniques in his work, including fresco, stuccolustro and glazed ceramics, mixed media, etching and monotypes, inlayed stonework, glass
engraving and reverse glass painting. This vast range of artistic techniques serves to demonstrate the versatility of this highly experimental artist. 

The work of Max Lacher has a permanent place within the Munich cityscape. It is still seen on a daily basis by thousands of visitors and has, in recent years, experienced an increasing degree of public recognition; whether the decorative frescos of horses and riders in what was then the old central post-office, now the Munich's State Opera, or the facade of the famous Donisl pub in Marienplatz, or the stained glass window depicting images of the apocalypse in Munich's Frauenkirche cathedral. These are just a few of his many works that can be found in Munich's public spaces, and with which Max Lacher enriched the life of the city with heart, charm and humor. 

The works exhibited in this show include pieces on canvas, cardboard, paper and glass. They seem to have been made in order to transport the historic zeitgeist into our contemporary living spaces and to touch our senses in the here and now.

A rendezvous with female artists from the turn of the century

Around 1900 it was not possible for women to study at a European state art academy. Expensive private schools and private tutors represented the only possibility for gaining a fine art education. Generally female painters earned nothing but ridicule for their work and in public in Germany they were derisively termed 'Malweiber' (Painter Hags). Women required will, energy and unerring persistence in order to learn and practice the profession of artist. We can recognize these character traits in the biographies of Gabriele Münter, Paula Modersohn-Becker and Käthe Kollwitz. These painters are, despite their different modes of representation, exemplary witnesses of their age. The works of these female artists, presented in the gallery, point to the relationship between the situations in which they were living and their choices of subject matter. Visit our gallery and one of our resident art historians will gladly explain these connections. 

2016

Faszination Farbe – Hans Purrmann ins Licht gerückt

02.12.2016 – 30.04.2017

Zum 50. Todestag eines der bedeutendsten Koloristen des 20. Jahrhunderts rücken wir Werke des Malers in neues Licht. Wir spüren Zusammenhänge zu den großen Impressionisten wie Max Liebermann und Lovis Corinth auf ebenso wie zu Vertretern der Künstlervereinigung „Scholle“. 

2015

Herbstausstellung 2015  – Alles bleibt ganz anders.

19.11.2015

Nach dem Umbau zeigen wir die neuen Räumlichkeiten der Galerie und präsentieren die Neuerwerbungen.

2014

Herbstausstellung 2014 - Sonderausstellung Bergwelten

04.11.2014 – 31.01.2015

Die alpine Bergwelt Mulleys und Waldes wird der asiatisch inspirierten Bergwelt Werner Hahns gegenübergestellt. Das klassische Tafelbild der westlichen Welt wird mit dem Rollbild der östlichen Hemisphäre konfrontiert. 

2014

Richard Strauss - Otto Pippels malerische Hommage an die Musik

06.06.2014 – 02.08.2014

Ausstellung "Richard Strauss - Otto Pippels malerische Hommage an die Musik" und Neuerwerbungen der Galerie mit Werken von Marc Chagall, Franz Marc, Gabriele Münther, Paula Modersohn Becker u.a.m.