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Panel discussion „Karl Schmidt-Rottluff – Artist. Collector. Benefactor“
Last Sunday, Galerie Schüller held the opening matinee in the Bayerischer Hof with a podium
discussion in the context of the exhibition "KARL SCHMIDT-ROTTLUFF. Two masterpieces - one
In this conversation participated Dr. Tanja Pirsig-Marshall, Deputy Director LW Museum für Kunst und Kultur in Münster and Christiane Remm, Curator of the Karl and Emy Schmidt-Rottluff Foundation in Berlin. The discussion was moderated by Dr. Sebastian Preuss, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the magazines Weltkunst and Kunst und Auktionen, Berlin.
At the center of the lively discussion were the two main works of the current special exhibition on Karl Schmidt-Rotluff, Katholische Probsteikirche St. Patrokli, Soest of 1921/1922 and Dame mit Hut, around 1921. The panel of experts discussed the context of origin in Soest, which attracted many Expressionist artists thanks to its medieval city center and also inspired Karl Schmidt-Rottluff to many of his paintings. Another source of inspiration for the artist was his extensive collection of African works of art. Especially in the painting Dame mit Hut, the mask-like face immediately catches the eye. Ingrid Pérez de Laborda, the gallery’s art historian, subsequently talked about the jovial relationship between the previously unknown collector Franz Zöllner and the Brücke artist. The round agreed that it was a real sensation that the two pictures are now available for the first time on the art market.
Impressions of the opening matinee on occasion the panel discussion “Karl Schmidt-Rottluff – Artist.
The film was shot by Catch It Visual Design on behalf of Galerie Schüller:
Direction and production: Manuel Zoller
New Acquisition 2018
Just in time for the Munich Kulturherbst, we present the new acquisitions of the last year in our showrooms. We show an almost programmatic overview of our current gallery repertoire with exhibits of the usual outstanding quality and best provenance. Again in the program are paintings by Gabriele Münter, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Pablo Picasso and Arnold Balwé, about which you can find out more about leafing through our catalog.
We would be happy to guide you personally through the exhibition, passing high-quality works of art by the most prominent artists of classical modernism. We look forward to your numerous coming!
Take a unique journey into the world of art.
The film juxtaposes the selected works in such a way that they tell an entirely new story. Individual figurative elements are ingeniously animated, thereby creating a new art form of moving images. The resulting illusion offers a fresh perspective on the masterpieces of the outstanding artists to whom we wanted to pay particular tribute.
Prepare to be captivated by this visual experience.
Painted in oil, the animated film was designed and developed by the production company Neukla web & film on behalf of Galerie Schüller. Directed and produced by Benedikt Klaus and Benedikt Neumann. Sound design by Özay Tekin.
Painting Without circumcision
31. October 2017 – 08. April 2018
She was an open-minded artist who embraced experimentation; many of her accomplishments have lingered in obscurity because her oeuvre has generally been studied through the narrow lens of her life and her relationship with Kandinsky. That is why the focus of attention has been almost entirely on her pictures from the "Blue Rider" years. Art lovers usually associate Münter’s name with German Expressionism, with Murnau and her home in the picturesque small town, now a museum dedicated to her and Kandinsky’s work. Yet Münter’s art was far more multifaceted, imaginative, and stylistically diverse than most people are aware.
Link to the exhibition:
Max Pechstein. Künstler der Moderne
(A Modern Artist).
20th May to 3rd Sept. 2017
Hamburger Bucerius Kunst Forum
'With the exhibition Max Pechstein. Künstler der Moderne the Bucerius Art Forum explores, from 20th May until 3rd September 2017, for the first time, the work of the German Expressionist in a solo exhibition in Hamburg. The exhibition recognizes the artist Max Pechstein (1881-1955) as a pioneering representative of modern art and brings to life his complex work against the background of various biographical and geographical points of focus.' The solo exhibition is described in these words on the website of the Brucerius Kunst Forum Hamburg. Galerie Schüller is also hosting treasures by this artist: Fischerhafen auf Fehmarn (Fishing Harbour on Fehmarn), a late work dated 1953 and Corpus Christi a watercolour, painted by Max Pechstein in 1936 and given as a gift to his personal physician Dr. W. Minnich.
Neue Wege zu Hans Purrmann,
hrsg. von Felix Billeter und
erscheint im Gebr. Mann Verlag Berlin
Over the course of his artistic career, Hans Purrmann (1880-1966) developed into one of the most important colorists of the 20th Century. In this new book, renowned authors discuss new research into his life and work, presenting a contemporary overview of all of the phases of the artist's life and career.
Farben Kunst Indianer - Der Münchner Impressionist Julius Seyler bei den Blackfeet
13.11.2015 – 03.04.2016
Als Kooperationspartner empfehlen wir die Ausstellung
im Museum Fünf Kontinente in München vom
13. November 2015 bis 3. April 2016
"Akt und Roß genügten mir…" –
Der Maler Max Feldbauer 1869–1948
16.10.2015 – 28.02.2016
Als Kooperationspartner empfehlen wir die Sonderausstellung in der Gemäldegalerie Dachau vom 16. Oktober 2015 bis 28. Februar 2016