A new extensive exhibition at the Museum No Hero in the Dutch town of Delden, near the city of Enschede, from April 22, 2023 to April 07, 2024, shows how versatile, qualityful and lively art was and is in Germany's East before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Doris Ziegler and Herman Glöckner are also featured in the exhibition, "The Surprise - East German Artists Before and After the Fall of the Wall." To visit the museum's website, which has more information, click HERE.

Doris Ziegler - Das Passagen-Werk. Malerei

Doris Ziegler - Das Passagen-Werk. Malerei

First brought to public attention by the sensational exhibition "Point of No Return" at Leipzig's Museum der Bildenden Künste in 2019, the paintings can now be seen again in two parallel exhibitions:

At Kunstmuseum Moritzburg Halle (Saale) | "I am You" | Feb. 26-May 21, 2023.

At Döbele Kunst Mannheim | "Melancholy and World Theater" | 14.04. - 27.05.2023

Paintings from the years 1977 to 2016 are shown at the Kunstmuseum Moritzburg Halle (Saale) with great resonance. The title of the solo show there is the 1988 main work "Ich bin Du!" - a self-portrait in nude androgynous double form, provocative at the time of its creation, which is being offered by Döbele Kunst Mannheim. The public and the press were unanimously enthusiastic about the unexpected new discovery of this artist: In March 2023, the reviewer of the Berliner Zeitung and Frankfurter Rundschau, Ingeborg Ruthe, wrote with fascination how masterfully and authentically Doris Ziegler succeeded in reporting "in austere stylistics on the struggle of human existence between political storms and self-assertion.

While the cabinet exhibition in Halle (Saale) features excerpts from the complete works of the artist represented by Döbele, the focus in the gallery is pointedly on the "Passagen-Werk" created between 1988 and 1994. This cycle of paintings is undoubtedly the main artistic achievement of the painter, who was born in Weimar in 1949.

In Mannheim, eight paintings from the "Passagen-Werk" are now available, which is already a novelty considering the art-historical significance of these paintings. In addition, all the paintings come directly from Doris Ziegler's Leipzig artist's studio, where, completely unnoticed by the public, they have survived the political upheavals and art-historical reassessments.

Kunstmuseum Moritzburg Halle (Saale) - Friedemann-Bach-Platz 5 - 06108 Halle (Saale)

In this country - art from the Palatinate

In this country - art from the Palatinate

If something is to be good, it must be done with passion. This is also true for our upcoming art exhibition: an exhibition that has been put together with a lot of perseverance and dedication by a private collector - himself from the Palatinate. The passion for the region in the triangle between Karlsruhe, Mannheim and Kaiserslautern, for the Wine Route, the Palatinate Forest, for castles, palaces, rural life and the people themselves has finally produced a wonderful collection of paintings from the past century.

Our upcoming exhibition shows this art from the Palatinate, almost 50 works by 25 artists who came from this region or chose it as their home. You can experience how versatile their perception and view of the homeland is from April 27th in the rooms of our exhibition depot in Richard-Wagner-Str. 51!

Exhibition from April 27 - June 3, 2023

Also for you to discover: Our edition

Also for you to discover: Our edition " Robert Häusser - Die Welt am Oberrhein"

With all the euphoria for the Bundesgartenschau 2023, which starts on April 14, we would like to remind you of another important cultural project that will run throughout the summer of 2023. The exhibition project " Der Rhein/Le Rhin" is the largest cross-border cultural project on the Upper Rhine this year. 38 exhibition in 3 countries attract with interesting content around the theme of the Rhine.

Last fall, parallel to the opening of the tri-national exhibition series in the Reiss-Engelhorn-Museums in Mannheim, Döbele Kunst published an edition of the 30 most beautiful motifs of the exhibition " Die Welt am Oberrhein" ("The World on the Upper Rhine") of photographs by the well-known Mannheim photographer Robert Häusser. The still available works can be viewed at any time. Feel free to contact us and make an appointment to discover the beautiful, large-format works!

You can find a complete overview of all motifs on our website or read our flyer.

Do you know our shop?

Do you know our shop?

Take a look at the store and you will find many good and inexpensive works of art, which are available exclusively in the store.

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