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Genni / Jenny Wiegmann-Mucchi at the Hamburger Kunsthalle

With some 130 exhibits by over 100 artists from Europe and the USA, the major survey exhibition “Outstanding! The Relief from Rodin to Taeuber-Arp” will focus on relief art, tracing its evolution from 1800 to the 1960s. Galerie Poll supports the exhibition with a wooden relief from the estate of the artist Genni / Jenny Wiegmann-Mucchi on loan. (13 October 2023 – 25 February 2024, Opening: 12 October 2023, at 7 p.m.)

Genni / Jenny Wiegmann-Mucchi, Nude with flowing hair, 1920s

Arnim, Caniaris, Munsky et al. at the New Berlin Art Association

The three-part exhibition “If the Berlin Wind Blows My Flag” delves into the artistic scenes in West Berlin before the fall of the Berlin Wall, based on the history of the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program. The part presented at the New Berlin Art Association focuses on key exhibitions and art movements of the 1970s and 1980s in Berlin. Galerie Poll supports the exhibition with works by Bettina von Arnim, Vlassis Caniaris, Rafael Canogar, Edward Kienholz and Maina-Miriam Munsky. (14 September 2023 – 14 January 2024)

Vlassis Caniaris – When we cut a fresh cucumber…, 1974

Gundula Schulze Eldowy at Foto Arsenal Vienna

The solo exhibition “Shadow Winds” shows the austere, civilization-critical images of one of the most important representatives of German photography, Gundula Schulze Eldowy. Her exhibited works were created between 1977 and 1990, predominantly in East Berlin, Dresden and Leipzig. On display are 120 black-and-white and colour photographs, as well as one video. (1 September 2023 – 19 November 2023)

Gundula Schulze Eldowy, Untitled, Berlin 1986

Frank Schinski et al. at the Hanover Art Association

As the largest exhibition dedicated to Lower Saxon artists, the annual Autumn Exhibition of the Art Association has been one of the most important exhibitions in Lower Saxony since its first edition in 1907. The “90th Fall Exhibition” offers a glimpse into the vibrant sphere of contemporary art-making in the region of Lower Saxony, as well as local artists’ exploration of global issues. (20 August – 22 October 2023)

Frank Schinski, Untitled, 2019

Maina-Miriam Munsky at the Wilhelm Fabry Museum, Hilden

On 24 September 2023 the painter Maina-Miriam Munsky, who died much too young, would have turned 80. The Wilhelm Fabry Museum takes her birthday, but above all her unique œuvre, which is essentially devoted to the profession of surgery, as an opportunity to present the artist in the exhibition “In the Cold Light of the Operating Lamp”. (4 June – 22 October 2023)

Jan Schüler and the Kunststiftung Poll published an inventory of Maina-Miriam Munsky’s paintings and drawings in 2013, which can be purchased for 25 euros.

Maina-Miriam Munsky, Self, 1978

Kerbach, Stelzmann, Wagenbrett et al. at Museum No Hero

Anyone who believes that only social realist works were created in the GDR will be proven wrong at the exhibition “The Surprise – East German Artists Before and After the Fall of the Wall” which features more than 60 works and will be surprised by the kaleidoscopic diversity as well as the high quality of craftsmanship in art from East Germany.
(22 April 2023 – 7 April 2024)

Volker Stelzmann, Street XX, 2011

Jan Schüler at Museum Angerlehner in Thalheim

The privately run Museum Angerlehner belongs to the most important places for contemporary Art in Austria. The exhibition “Art. Life. Passion. 10 Years Museum Angerlehner” of Heinz Josef Angerlehner’s collection on occasion of the museum’s 10th anniversary allows for a deepening as well as surprising insight into the diverse inventory of both, Austrian and international art. About 200 works by 125 artists can be marveled. Jan Schüler is represented in the exhibition with three works. (10 October 2022 – 15 October 2023)

Jan Schüler, Ghost Icons of the 1970s, 2012