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ADDRESS:

Gottfried-Weber-Haus
D - 67251 Freinsheim

Tel. 0 63 53 35 87
Fax. 0 63 53 35 88

info@moderne-kunst.de
www.moderne-kunst.de



OPENING HOURS:


Mi. - Fr. 14.00 - 18.30
So. 11.00 - 18.00

Tete

04.09.16 - 23.10.16

Domenico Grenci

I'll be your mirror

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Pani

19.06.16 - 31.07.16

Strong contrasts

Paintings, photography, graphical works and sculptures

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baltin

17.04.16 - 12.06.16

Image and Reality

Two artists from Gelsenkirchen

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Erste Nacht

28.02.16 - 10.04.16

Paintings and Sculptures

Two friends – one exhibition.

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O.T.

17.02.16 - 21.02.16

art Karlsruhe 2016

One-artist show Lita Cabellut

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O.T.

31.10.15 - 20.12.15

Promotion project Young Art

Young Art Promotion Project - Advanced students and master studends of the Academy of Fine Arts Warsaw

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Zum mykenischen Lächeln

06.09.15 - 25.10.15

Markus Lüpertz

Sculptures, paintings and graphic works

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Paar, sitzend,sehend

14.06.15 - 28.07.15

THE SCHEMBS FAMILY

Art from our region

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Yo 6

05.03.15 - 08.03.15

art Karlsruhe 2015

You can find our stands F14 and F13 (sculptures) in hall 3.

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News

Painting and Sculpture 2016

 

Painting and Sculpture 2016

 

Michel Meyer – Hans Scheib

 

After our successful participation in art Karlsruhe 2016, we will open this year’s first exhibition in the Gottfried-Weberhaus in Freinsheim on Sunday, 28th February 2016, with paintings by Michel Meyer and sculptures by Hans Scheib. During the opening, Dr Martin Stather will give us an introduction to the two artists and friends as well as their works.

 

Following his intensive studies of the works by Jean Dubuffet and the world of art brute, Michel Meyer further developed this perspective of art and dedicates his highly coloured paintings to subjects of the 21st century. Many of his works are characterised by a subtle humour, which, however, comes up in a subversive fashion.

 

As regards the Berlin-based sculptor Hans Scheib, we exclusively present his wood sculptures painted in colours. Most of them are female. They do a striptease, they are distraught, they pose in dangerous myths, they reveal or conceal themselves, or they succumb to loudly patterned clothes. The works visualise vitality and are a good supplement to the humour in the paintings by his friend Michel Meyer.