In addition to our own exhibitions and events, we also keep you informed about the numerous museum exhibitions and special events of our artists.
Korrespondenzen: BOSCH & KÜHN | Susanne Kühn: Beastville
Opening: May 15, 2019, 7pm | Gemäldegalerie der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien zu Gast im Theatermuseum
Born in Leipzig in 1969, the painter and graphic artist Susanne Kühn is one of the most important figurative artists in Germany. Before moving to Freiburg im Breisgau in 2002, she spent many years in the USA. Since 2015, Kühn has been a professor of painting at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste Nürnberg. Her most recent work fluctuates between drawing and painting. For the past several years, she has made use of...read more
Jazz meets Painting
Rolf Kühn meets Angelika Adam. Jazz-Improvisation meets Action-Painting. Thursday 16 May / 7:30 pm
On Thursday, 16 May at 7:30 pm, jazz legend Rolf Kühn and Informell painter Angelika Adam will inspire each other and react to each other in a painterly and music-making way, in a topical and direct way. (Support: Klaus Scheuermann, electronics and Tupac Mantilla, percussion). Be a part of it! Please register for this event at our premises in Düsseldorf under 0211. 49 15 890 or event@beck-eg...read more
Gehard Demetz. Coming Out
Palazzo Ducale Mantova
Works by Italian sculptor Gehard Demetz can be seen as of 5th April as part of a dual solo exhibition dedicated to him and Lithuanian artist Laisvydė Šalčiūtė at LaGalleria Arte Contemporanea in the Palazzo Ducale in Mantua. Both artists in this exhibition use wood in order to create their figures: Demetz in the traditional medium of sculpture, Šalčiūtė with woodcuts transferred onto canvas...read more
»Face to Face« Talk with Thomas Wrede
A conversation between Thomas Wrede and Prof. Dr. Günther Kebeck
»FACE to FACE« event during the exhibition »Thomas Wrede. Sceneries« on 30 March at 3 pm. The artist Thomas Wrede in conversation with Prof. Dr. Günther Kebeck (professor at the Institute of Psychology at University Münster). Conversation in German. Prof. Dr. Günther Kebeck's research focuses on visual perception and visual memory. In collaboration with Thomas W...read more
Random Data, coded in human systems
Art historian Elke Backes visits Tamara K.E.'s studio in Düsseldorf. Read the full story at atelierbesuche.com
Düsseldorf. Visiting art fairs is exciting. At least in the beginning. Then, at some stage, it starts to become tiring because one can feel one’s concentration going. Many good art work is then simply missed, unless …. Stop! Put on the brakes. A work of art or an entire presentation unfold a presence from which one cannot escape. This happened in Vienna, during the presentation of works by Tam...read more
Realism with Ribbon
with Juliette Blightman, Ellen Gronemeyer, KAYA, Martin Kohout, Katrin Mayer, Chris Reinecke, Pablo Schlumberger
Curated by Annette Hans and Rebekka Seubert. "Realism with Ribbon" is a group exhibition interested in artistic approaches that examine access to and the handling of reality. The participating artists are connected by a precise observation of the surrounding social space. In their own individual way and with different weightings, they examine the cycles and dynamics that are inscribed in the te...read more
Secret of Things. Painted Pieces
After the first station at Beck & Eggeling International Fine Art, Kunsthalle Recklinghausen will be showing the exhibition from 17 Februry - 7 April 2019 in an expanded form. The participating artists are: Thomas Arnolds, Martin Assig, Michael Bauer, Tim Berresheim, Norbert Bisky, Peter Bömmels, Nicola de Maria, Peter Dreher, Lutz Driessen, Robert Elfgen, Wolfgang Ellenrieder, Max Ernst, Jean F...read more
New artist representation: Tamara K.E.
Beck & Eggeling International Fine Art is pleased to announce its representation of Tamara K.E.
We have followed artists' development since her pop-up solo show at the gallery in 1998. After the last years solo show with K.E.’s inspirational recent work at viennacontemporary we are looking forward to our future collaboration. Ute Eggeling & Michael Beckread more