Miami -

Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection

1 month ago

The Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection (JCMAC) fosters the study and the recognition of Geometric Abstraction, focuses on modern art and traces the unfolding of geometric abstraction in Latin America, from the 1930s to 1970s.  The collection includes the works of European and North-American artists such as Josef Albers, Max Bill, Alexander Calder, Victor Vasarely, Francois Morellet and Kenneth Noland, among many others, whose interest in geometric planes, chromatic relations, optical and kinetic effects tend to elicit discourse in relation to the work of Latin American practitioners.

Claudia Malfitano

  • Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection
  • Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection
Berlin -

Collection Regard

2 months ago

Founded by the collector Marc Barbey, the selection spans the history of photography since its earliest days, with a special focus on Berlin and German photography.

Collection Regard‘s aim, in fact, is the discovery and re-discovery of significant photographers. In particular, the collections features an extensive selection of works by Hein Gorny (1904-1967), since its founder is entrusted with the administration of the estate. Further to the inventory of the still largely unknown oeuvre of Hein Gorny, the collection focuses on making the oeuvre accessible to the public.

Along with it, several solo exhibitions have been held within the space during the years, together with Photographic Salons (Salon Photographique), book presentations, film evenings or artist talks.

 

Alessandra Bellomo

  • Collection Regard, © Collection Regard - Ludger Paffrath Collection Regard, © Collection Regard - Ludger Paffrath
  • Collection Regard, © Collection Regard - Ludger Paffrath Collection Regard, © Collection Regard - Ludger Paffrath
Berlin -

Salon Dahlmann

2 months ago

The Salon Dahlmann is named after Hildegard Dahlmann, the last owner of the house. In the intentions of Timo Miettinen it establishes a link to Berlin’s salon culture tradition and offers a varied programme of exhibitions, concerts, performances and workshops.

Annexed to the Salon, there is a private apartment, which is also dedicated to cultural initiatives: it hosts a selection of artworks from the Miettinen collection with changing arrangements often in coordination with the temporary exhibitions in the Salon.

Alessandra Bellomo

  • Salon Dahlmann, Exhibition view of Salon Dahlmann, Exhibition view of "You are just a Piece of Action", 2018
  • Salon Dahlmann, Exhibition view of Salon Dahlmann, Exhibition view of "You are just a Piece of Action", 2018
Berlin -

Museum Frieder Burda I Salon Berlin

2 months ago

Opened in the fall of 2016 by Museum Frieder Burda, the Salon Berlin is located in one of the capital’s most vibrant art districts as part of the private collection’s generational change and under the curatorial direction of Patricia Kamp. The Salon’s cultural programme features exhibitions which include individual artistic positions from the Collection Frieder Burda, presented in a dynamic tension with today’s contemporary art. In so doing, the space of the Salon is not just an exhibition space that presents the history of the collection, but also serves as a site of encounter and dialogue. Salon Berlin would like to transgress borders with exhibition formats of varied thematic and aesthetic emphases and also to provide intellectual and emotional impulses through art in order to develop necessary visions for a common future.

Alessandra Bellomo

  • Museum Frieder Burda I Salon Berlin, Photo credit Thomas Bruns Museum Frieder Burda I Salon Berlin, Photo credit Thomas Bruns
  • Museum Frieder Burda I Salon Berlin Museum Frieder Burda I Salon Berlin
Berlin -

EAM Collection

2 months ago

The EAM Collection features around 180 works of painting, photography, sculptures, drawings, lithographs, films and music recordings as well as large number of documents, letters, exhibition catalogues, invitations and avant-garde magazines.

Elke and Arno Morenz lived in New York, Düsseldorf, Paris, London, Hannover and Aachen, but never lost contact to the group of artists. When they lived in Paris in the 1970s, they also took part in the meetings of the Lettrist group. During that period, they were able to acquire works from the artists directly.

After Elke Morenz’ death, Arno Morenz moved the collection to Berlin in 2011 to make it accessible to a wider public and to communicate the ideas and innovations of the Lettrist movement. Since 2013 the collection has been open to the public upon appointment.

Alessandra Bellomo

Berlin -

JohnenPrivat

2 months ago

JohnenPrivat is a collection of postwar contemporary art and sculptural ceramics, including works since 1950 till today. The space is divided between the ROOM, generally dedicated to thematic exhibitions, and the ROOF, exhibiting solo shows.

Alessandra Bellomo

  • JohnenPrivat, Exhibition view of JohnenPrivat, Exhibition view of "1000 Hz"
  • JohnenPrivat, Exhibition view of JohnenPrivat, Exhibition view of "1000 Hz"
Berlin -

Kunstsaele Berlin

3 months ago

The project space originates from the initiative of a varied coalition formed by the collector Geraldine Michalke, the collector Stephan Oehmen (until 2015), the gallerist Alexander Hahn, the artist Michael Müller and the curator Ellen Blumenstein.

The cultural programme of the space includes thematic group shows, monographic solo shows of rediscovered artists, artist talks, performances and collaborative events, supported by the local institutions. Over the past thirty years the collection has kept growing, ranging from Informal to minimalistic and conceptual art.

 

Alessandra Bellomo

  • Installation View, 2016, Kunstsaele Berlin Installation View, 2016, Kunstsaele Berlin
  • Installation View, 2016, Kunstsaele Berlin Installation View, 2016, Kunstsaele Berlin
Berlin -

The Feuerle Collection

3 months ago

The private art museum is dedicated to Desiré Feuerle‘s collection, which merges international contemporary artists with Imperial Chinese furnitures and Southeast Asian sculptures, encouraging an unprecedented dialogue between pieces of different ages and cultures.

Desiré Feuerle owned an art gallery in the 90s in Cologne, Germany, where he begun to juxtapose ancient art pieces with contemporary and modern ones. The collection is now hosted inside a former Second World War communication bunker, recently renovated by the architect John Pawson, and offers an alternative perspective on the works through its original selection.

 

Alessandra Bellomo

  • The Feuerle Collection The Feuerle Collection
  • The Feuerle Collection The Feuerle Collection
Berlin -

Sammlung Boros

3 months ago

The Boros Collection (Sammlung Boros) is a private contemporary art collection which features works by international artists, from the 1990s to present days.

The presentation of the artworks exhibited merges contemporary and newly purchased pieces with older ones, from the 1990s and 2000s.

Alessandra Bellomo

  • Sammlung Boros / Bunker Berlin Sammlung Boros / Bunker Berlin
  • Sammlung Boros / Bunker Berlin Sammlung Boros / Bunker Berlin
Berlin -

Julia Stoschek Collection

3 months ago

The Julia Stoschek Collection is a private collection of contemporary international art, which gathers more than 750 artworks by primarily European and US artists. The collection grows steadily keeping a special focus on the moving image in art from the 1960s on and covering several disciplines such as video, single and multiple projections of analog and digital film material, multimedia environments, computer and Internet- based installations, but also ephemeral art forms, such as performances.

The centre has two locations, the first one in Dusseldorf and the most recent one in Berlin, and is the first German private collection open to the public in two spaces at once.

Alessandra Bellomo

  • Julias Stoschek Collection Berlin Julias Stoschek Collection Berlin
  • Julias Stoschek Collection Berlin Julias Stoschek Collection Berlin