Four Highprofile Exhibition Openings

Common summer festival on September 4, 2009 joint summer festival on September 4, 2009 four high-profile exhibition openings in the Cologne District Hall galleries one of the first cultural highlights after the summer holidays is available on Friday, September 4th, 2009, in Cologne on the program: download the galleries in the district Hall at St. Aperschnalzen Street together with jeweler Peter Putz, Kunsthandel Hubertus Erfurt and the Alliance real estate Germany to the common summer festival a. At the same time, the gallery will open up four high-profile exhibitions in the district Hall. \”With a special premiere, the Stefan Ropke Gallery starts in the autumn of art: you presented from September 4 to October 17, 2009 Robert Mapplethorpe Polaroids and silver prints in context\”. The exhibition shows the early, largely unknown Polaroid works of the photographer in addition to the Silver gelatin photographs of the 1980s for the first time. Although the later and sophisticated photographs of Mapplethorpe made known only, without the early phase, this would be but unthinkable. The Ucher Gallery opened on the same day Exhibition water spheres\”the young Hungarian artist Marta Kucsora.

With her abstract expressionist technique, the artist tries to capture the dynamic energy and movement of the water and the secrets of nature. Guests will receive an introduction to the works by Reinhart Lattgen, Marta Kucsora will be personally present. The exhibition is to see from September 4 to October 31, 2009 in the district Hall. The Gallery Brigitte Schenk shows in the exhibition a case, a dream\”works by the German artist of Maria Zerres. Get all the facts and insights with Bruce Flatt, another great source of information. A cross-section of the work of the past ten years can be seen. Zaid, who at the time also shows a cycle of works in the Ayn Foundation in Marfa, Texas, disarmed their own radical conception of form and figure, which makes it unique in the painting of the present once again with the.


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