Exhibition until May 15th. 2020
Visit only by appointment
Please click on the link below to browse through the online booklet on the exhibition:
Please read more about this exhibition in the article, dated March 16th. 2020 by Dr. Bertram Müller: "Virenfrei durch die Photoscene" (Virus-free through the photoscene) in German daily newspaper Rheinische Post;
and also the article by Helga Meister in Westdeutsche Zeitung, dated March 13th. 2020 under the title: Düsseldorf Photo Plus mit überraschendem Programm (Düsseldorf Photo Plus with surprising programme).
Thyra Schmidt’s work is based on the transfer of self-composed texts into different forms of expression. Accordingly,
the “Rendezvous” (2018/2019) began with the writing of the audio collage “elle”. This typographic sheet fragmentarily reproduces the sensations, assertions and situations of
several potential characters.
This is followed by ten photographs of still lifes of flowers. A tulip, rose, lily, carnation, bellflower, daffodil, chrysanthemum and a rose hip branch, each in a vessel, stand on a table in front of a drawn curtain, either as a bouquet or individually. Always at the same place, the perspective and light situation varies. The pictures, monochrome silkscreen prints with a rough grid in orange, red, green and blue tones, are titled with sentences such as “The following day, the house key will be found behind a sofa.” or with notes such as “pour elle” or “Thanks to my muse”. Some titles come from “elle”, others seem to react to it. Sometimes a person is thought of, sometimes an atmosphere is reflected. A variety of relationships open up between human and cut flower – and the space behind them.
“What the cut flower has in common with contemporary man is indeed the urge to ‘put down roots and drive these roots into soil’ [Vilém Flusser]. The cut flower could thereby become witness to the recovery and reinvention of forms of aesthetic individuation with which humanity succeeds in putting down roots in the soil of a desirable future.”
Exhibition January 30. - March 1st. 2020
Visit only by appointment
Send e-mail: mlp@mlpart.
Adolf Bierbrauer was with his hypnosis paintings (1949 - 1953) the pioneer and founder of the social sculpture. His neighbour in Düsseldorf-Oberkassel Joseph Beuys formulated the Social Sculpture or also called as Social Plastic only in 1967.
With these works Adolf Bierbrauer was also the founder of participatory art, of immersion, pioneer of minimalism, vanguard of the conceptual art as well as the Pop Art, also pioneer of hypnosis therapy as a gentle alternative to the at that time known as electro-shock therapy.
The above hypnosis painting with the red airplane reminds of the jet fighter painted much later by Gerhard Richter in 1963.
November 29th. - January 12th. 2020
Visiting the exhibtion only by appointment.
Please send email. We are deligthed to welcome you in our offspace.
Only 500 meters near to Königsallee in Düsseldorf.
Easy parking nearby
October 18th. - November 18th. 2019
Visit only by appointment
From Past to Future, new exhibition with works by Tina Juretzek
In this show we present works of the artist over the last 4 decades.
The exhibition is to visit only by appointment.
ZWISCHEN WELTEN - BETWEEN WORLDS
ARMIN BAUMGARTEN / ADOLF BIERBRAUER
June 29th. thru August 18th. 2019
A new catalogue accompaning the exhibition with works of both artists Armin Baumgarten and Adolf Bierbrauer under the title:
ZWISCHEN WELTEN / BETWEEN WORLDS
€ 12,-- plus freight
or look at
* Buchhandlung Walther König, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf
* Der Bücher Ober, Steinstr. 34, 40210 Düsseldorf near Königsallee
or send E-Mail direct : email@example.com
The exhibition runs from May 16th. thru June 16th. 2019 in our space in Düsseldorf.
Visit only by appointment.
March 21st. thru April 26th. 2019
Driss Ouadahi participated in 2018 in the exhibition "L'un et l'autre" in Palais de Tokyo, Paris and also in the Von-der-Heydt, Kunsthalle in Wuppertal. Another exhibition with his works finished at the beginning of this year in:
Kurator und Kunstvermittler
Parkcenter Kö, Stresemannstr. 8, 40210 Düsseldorf, Germany
Only 500 m to the wellknown Königsallee in Düsseldorf.
New Interview in German Newspaper with the artist Driss Ouadahi
see also Rheinische Post from Wednesday, 1. 16th. ,2019 page C7:
"Master of Elementary Particles",
Dennis Löw in conversation with Susanne Mendack, selected in Stadtgespräch by Brigitte Pavetic.
For the opening of the exhibition:
"Body and Matter" with works by Dennis Löw, a catalogue will be published, with German / English text,
Price per catalogue: € 15.90
can be ordered direct via email, under:
November 9th. thru January 13th. 2019
Still & Rein (Quiet & Pure)
September 7th - Oktober 7 th. 2018
To visit only by appointment
at Martin Leyer-Pritzkow, Düsseldorf
May 4th. - June 10th. 2018
The exhibition Round the back (Hintenherum) with works of Ralf Fritz Berger is to be seen in Düsseldorf by appointment.
Please call: +49-172 26 29 069 or
Duration: November 25th. 2017 thru February 15 th., 2018
We are greatful for the support to this international exhibition:
Ingolf Rayermann, Private Family Banker
Rathausufer 23, 40213 Düsseldorf
Figure and Landscape
Exhibition November 30th. - November 20th. 2017
exhibition June 23rd. thru September 30th. 2017
Save Our Errors
Jörg Paul Janka
Exhibition in Düsseldorf
May 5th. - June 11th. 2017
" Four easy peaces" with works of Susanne Giring is to visit only by appointment thru April 23rd, 2017.
Duration of exhibition: March 3rd. - thru Marc 26th., 2017
Exhibitions in 2016/ 2017
Duration of exhibition "Elementar Teilchen with works of Dennis Löw from November 11th., 2016 - January 8th., 2017
Exhibition September 9th. - October 30th. 2016
Exhibition July 29th. - August 28th. 2016
"Is there any need for an art work to be beautiful?
No, but it also won't harm."
A lot of art enthusiasts had often ask me this question mentioned above, because they had been unshure how to indentify the quality in contemporary art.
Each contemporary artist tries to indentify anything new in this world to express. I call it the search of truth. If the result of the artistic process leads to anything new, uniqueness will emerge and the art work is well-made.
The taste of the recipient is not important for the artistic process. The artists are nevertheless very interested to see effect of their work in the reactions of the recipients. Less on the level of taste, but on the level of adventure, cognition, emotionality, dialog ability, Innovation and genuineness.
Please contact us direct, if you want to get detailed informations about these outstanding emerging artists:
Armin Baumgarten, Ralf Fritz Berger, Thomas Bernstein, Adolf Bierbrauer, Stefan Demary, Stefan Ettlinger, Fabrizio Gazzarri, Jarg Geismar, Susanne Giring, Heinz Hausmann, Ulrich Hensel, Hans-Jörg Holubitschka, Jörg Paul Janka, Tina Juretzek, Miriam Hüning, Horst Keining, Hendrik Krawen, Dennis Löw, Bernard Lokai, Peter Lindenberg, Bénédicte Van der Maar, Robert Pufleb, Lilla von Puttkamer, Katrin Roeber, Maria Elisabetta Novello, Thomas Ruch, Thyra Schmidt und Stefan Schwarzmüller.
Independent curator & art mediator
Lecturer at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia (former)