Karl-Heinz Schwind

Karl-Heinz Schwind(*1958 in Landau)

From the catalogue of the first exhibition by Daniel Blau, Munich 1990: “Images enlarge the space, expand it – form tunnels into other worlds, make the room a Charles de Gaulle departure hall”

 

Karl-Heinz Schwind studied under Georg Baselitz from 1978-84 and was a master student of Per Kirkeby at the Karlsruhe Art Academy from 1984-85.

 

His colourful, strong works, some of which border on material battles, contain numerous quotes from art history.

 

Schwind tries it out – that’s his style. His works show the political and cultural tensions of West Germany in the 80s.

 

To question himself and society – this is what Schwind has been working on in his painting to this day. He is not afraid of references, thematically he incorporates Ludwig Kirchner into his works, just as quotes of Dadaism and technical transformation of Tachism.

 

He follows an inspiration almost archaically, anarchically and creates work out of what falls into his hands: wood, magazines, wax crayons, canvas, yarn.

 

Schwind lives and works in Berlin.

Karl-Heinz Schwind
Billy Al Bengston

Billy Al Bengston (*1934 in Dodge City, Kansas)

is an American artist and sculptor. Bengston’s fondness for motorcycles influences his artworks, which often consist of vibrant lacquer on metal.
He also works on paper and canvas. Besides motorcycle culture, surfing and his life in California and Hawaii give the artist’s works their character.
In 1955 he went to California College of Arts in Oakland followed by studies at Otis Art Institute in LA. Since 1958 there have been various solo exhibitions in LA with Ferus Gallery. His first solo museum exhibition was in 1968 at LACMA. The 1960s were shaped by professional motorcycle racing. In 1974 he visited Hawaii for the first time.

Bengston surfs and paints in Venice Beach and Honolulu.

Exhibitions and Distinctions (Selection)

2018
“Endless Summer”, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, USA

2017
“California Dreaming: Ed Moses, Billy Al Bengston, Ed Ruscha”, New Britain Museum of American Art, USA

2016
“Still Life with Fish: Photography from the Collection”, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, USA “Los Angeles, – a Fiction”, Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo, Norway

2015
“Drawing in L.A.: The 1960s and 70s”, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, USA

2014
“Selections from the Permanent Collection”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, USA

2013
“Craig Turned On The Light and California Art Bloomed”, Honolulu Museum of Art, Hawaii.

2012
“Sinister Pop”, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA

Sigmar Polke
Sigmar Polke (1941 – 2010)
 
Sigmar Polke was an influential German artist known for his distinctive paintings and photographs. He often worked with non-traditional artistic materials and experimented with a wide variety of styles and subjects. He was born in Poland during World War II. After the war, his family was expelled to East Germany where the artist spent his early years until his move to West Germany in 1953.
 
Polke studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf where he co-founded the movement now known as Capitalist Realism with fellow artists Gerhard Richter and Konrad Lueg. The artists depicted and critiqued the growing consumerism of West Germany, drawing on Pop Art and media influences. The group organised the notable 1963 art exhibition Demonstration for Capitalist Realism.
 
By the end of the 1960s, Polke had solo exhibitions at numerous galleries including Galerie René Block, Berlin; Galerie Schmela, Düsseldorf; Galerie Heiner Friedrich, Munich; and Galerie Rudolf Zwirner, Cologne.
He participated in numerous international biennales and exhibitions including Documenta, the Bienal de São Paulo, and the Venice Biennale, and received a number of awards, including the Golden Lion for his solo presentation at the West German Pavilion in 1986 at the Venice Biennale.
 
Polke worked predominantly with photography in the 1970s and returned to working with paint in the 1980s, making abstract works that drew on chance reactions between materials. In the last two decades of his life, he produced paintings focused on historical events. He died on June 10, 2010 in Cologne, Germany at the age of 69.
 
His works are held in the permanent collections of major international museums including the Art Institute of Chicago; The Broad, Los Angeles; Centre Georges Pompidou – Musée National d‘Art Moderne, Paris; Guggenheim Museum Bilbao; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan; Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam; and Tate Modern, London, among others.
 
 
Selected Exhibitions
 
2017
Sigmar Polke – Alchemie und Arabeske, Feb 11 – May 21, Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden
 
2016
Sigmar Polke. Early Prints, Mar 20 – May 22, Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
 
2015
Alibis: Sigmar Polke, 1963–2010, Oct 09, 2014 – Feb 08, 2015, Tate Modern, London, UK
 
2014
Alibis: Sigmar Polke, 1963–2010, Apr 19 – Aug 03, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
 
2014
Sigmar Polke. La démultiplication de l’humour. Les éditions dans la collection Axel Ciesielski, les Abattoirs, Jan 31–May 04, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art – FRAC Midi Pyrénées, Toulouse, France
 
2008
Sigmar Polke. Photographische Arbeiten aus der Sammlung Garnatz, May 15 – Aug 31, Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur, Cologne, Germany
 
2007
Sigmar Polke. Eine Retrospektive 1963–2005. Die Sammlungen: Frieder Burda, Josef Froehlich, Reiner Speck, Jun 22 – Oct 07, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna, Austria
 
2005
Sigmar Polke. Alice in Wonderland, Oct 1- Oct 30, Ueno Royal Museum, Tokio, Japan
 
2003
Sigmar Polke. Recent Paintings and Drawings, 1998–2002, Nov 15, 2002 – Apr 06, 2003,
Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, USA
 
2001
Sigmar Polke et la Révolution Française, June 29 – Sept 24, Musée de la Révolution Française, Vizille, France
 

Christa Dichgans
Christa Dichgans (1940 – 2018)

 

Christa Dichgans was born 1940 in Berlin. She studied from 1960-65 at the Berlin Academy of Arts under Fred Thieler and worked as Georg Baselitz’s assistant from 1984 to 1988. She lived and worked in Berlin and La Haute Carpénée in Southern France.

 

Exhibitions and Distinctions (Selection)
 
2019
Galerie Daniel Blau, Munich

2014
Galerie Daniel Blau, Munich

2010
Galerie Daniel Blau, Munich

2006
Galerie Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin

1997
Galerie Daniel Blau, Munich

1996
Artist group “Die Ecke”, Augsburg

1995-2000
Journeys through Russia and Asia

1995
Museé d’Art Moderne, Nice
Goethe Institut, Moscow

1985
Mannheim Art Association. Municipal Gallery Viesen

1981
Göttingen Art Association

1978-1979
82 etchings for the book “was – wenn/ was nicht/ wenn nicht”, published and commentated by “Y” (A.R. Penck), Galerie Springer, Berlin

1977
Galerie Springer, Berlin

1975
Lerner-Heller Gallery, New York

1974
Galerie Marzona, Bielefeld

1972
Galerie Springer, Berlin

1971
Residence at Villa Romana, Florence

1966-1967
DAAD scholarship in New York

1964-1967
German National Scholarship

 

 

Literature (Selection)

Christa Dichgans – Spielzeugbilder, Galerie Daniel Blau, Munich 2010

Christa Dichgans – King Kong Kisses, Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin 2006

Christa Dichgans Werke 1969 – 1998, Bern Berlin 2000

Christa Dichgans Retrospektive, Städtische Galerie Viersen 1995

Christa Dichgans Werke 1964 – 1991, ed. by Haus am Waldsee, Berlin 1992

Christa Dichgans Bilder 1967-1972, Galerie Springer, Berlin 1972

 

Christa-Dichgans-Portrait

Eugène Leroy
Eugène Leroy (1910 – 2000)

 

Eugène Leroy (1919-2000) was introduced to the Dutch Old Masters Rembrandt and Jordaens as a teenager, and later to El Greco and Goya. From 1931 to 1932 he studied at the École des Beaux‑Arts in Lille and Paris, but he quickly decided that the methods and approaches of the academies did not correspond with his understanding of art. He moved to Roubaix, where he worked as a Latin and Greek teacher. He consistently pursued his painting during this time. In 1936 he saw “The Jewish Bride” by Rembrandt in the Amsterdam Rijksmuseum and the abstraction of materiality and the flesh were to fascinate him throughout his life. He had his first exhibition in Lille in 1937. He continued to teach during World War II. His post-war works are characterized by dark colors and have a strong connection to the North Sea. This style of painting was thematically interrupted by a crucifixion scene that he created for a chapel in Roubaix in 1946-48. In 1954 he exhibited with Sam Francis, Serge Poliakoff and Marcel Pouget. His first solo exhibition took place at the Tourcoing Museum in Dunkirk in 1956. Leroy’s move to Wasquehal in 1958 is clearly evident in his œuvre, as there is a noticeable shift in his compositions towards more abstraction. From 1955-70 he exhibited in the May Salon in Paris. Numerous exhibitions followed, and the 1988 retrospective in the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris deserves special mention. In 1992 he took part in the documenta IX in Kassel and in 1995 in the Venice Biennale.
Leroy died 2000 in Wasquehal.

 

 

Exhibitions and Distinctions (Selection)

 

2009

Donation of 600 works to the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Tourcoing

 

2004

Musée d’Art et d’Industrie, La Piscine, Roubaix

 

2001

Musée d’Art Moderne,  Villeneuve d’Ascq

 

2000

Art Association for Rhineland and Westphalia, Dusseldorf.

 

Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo (NY)

 

1997

Kunsthalle Basel

 

1996/97

Retrospective at Centre díArt Contemporain Bignan, Centre díArt Contemporain Rennes and Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rennes

 

1996

Grand Prix National de la Peinture

 

1995

45th Venice Biennale

 

1994

Galerie Daniel Blau, München

 

1993

Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporain, Nice

 

1992

Documenta IX, Kassel

 

1991

Participation at 21st Sao Paolo Biennale

 

1987

Musée d’Art Moderne, Villeneuve d’Ascq

 

1988

Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven

 

Musée d’Art Moderne de La Ville de Paris

 

1982

Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Gent

 

1977

Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Lille

 

1970

Wiener Sezession, Wien

 

1960-65

Collaboration with Claude Bernard Gallery, Paris

 

1957

Prix Emile-Othon Friesz

 

1956

Musée des Beaux-Arts, Tourcoing

 

 

Literature (Selection)

 

Eugène Leroy – Alles ist Farbe, ed. by Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Dusseldorf, 2000

 

Bernard Marcadé, Eugène Leroy, Paris, 1999

 

Eugène Leroy – Peintures, ed. by Kunsthalle Basel, 1997

 

Hector Obalk, Eugène Leroy – Oil Paintings, Tokyo 1991

 

Eugène Leroy – Bilder und Zeichnungen, ed. by Galerie Daniel Blau, Munich, 1994

Eugène Leroy

Chuck Close
Chuck Close (*1940)

 

Chuck Close was born 1940 in Monroe,Washington. In 1962 he received his B.A. from the University of Washington, Seattle, and in 1964 his M.F.A from Yale University, New Haven. After a Fulbright grant in Vienna he worked as an art teacher at the University of Massachusetts. A spinal artery collapse in 1988 left Close almost completely paralyzed. He lives and works in New York.

 

Solo Exhibitions (Selection)

 

2010
Chuck Close: Portraits,Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond,Virginia

 

Chuck Close: Prints: Process and Collaboration, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale

 

2009/10

Familiar faces: Chuck Close in Ohio Collections, Akron Art Museum, Ohio.

 

Faces, Chuck Close and Contemporary Portraiture, Nevada Museum of Art, Nevada

 

2008

Chuck Close: Seven Portraits, The State Hermitage Museum,Winter Palace, St. Petersburg

 

2007

Chuck Close: Portaits 1996-2006, Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst, Aachen

 

2003/10

Chuck Close Prints: Process and Collaboration: Bluffer Gallery, University of Houston; travelled to: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Knoxville Museum of Art; Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth,Texas; Boise Art Museum, Idaho; Portland Art Museum,Oregon; Sungkok Museum of Art, Seoul; San Jose Museum of Art, California; Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art,Arihona; Corcoran Gallery of Art,Washington

 

1998/99

Travelling exhibition:The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington; Seattle Art Museum, Seattle; Hayward Gallery, London

 

1997

Chuck Close, Large Polaroids 1984-1995, Galerie Daniel Blau, Munich

 

1993

A Print Project by Chuck Close,The Museum of Modern Art, New York “6th Annual Infinity Award of Art”, International Centre of Photography Travelling exhibition:Art Institute of Chicago;The Friends of Photography, Ansel Adams Cent

 

1984/85

Chuck Close, Paper Works: Herbert Palmer Gallery, Los Angeles; Spokane Center of Art, Cheney,Washington; Milwaukee Art Museum; Columbia Museum, South Carolina

 

1980/81

Close Portraits, travelling exhibition:The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; St. Louis Art Museum, Missouri; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago;Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

 

1976

Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland

 

1975

Chuck Close: Keith: travelled to Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina; Phoenix Art Museum,Arizona;The Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minnesota

 

1972

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

 

1970

Bykert Gallery,NewYork

 

 

Literature (Selection)

 

Christopher Finch, Chuck Close: Life, Munich, 2010

 

Christopher Finch, Chuck Close: Work, Munich, 2007

 

Chuck Close: Pinturas 1968/2006, ed. by. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid 2007

 

Martin Friedman, Close Reading: Chuck Close and the Art of the Self-Portrait. New York,2005

 

Chuck-Close-Selfportrait

Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol (1928 – 1987)

Andy Warhol is arguably the best-known artist of the second half of the 20th century. His works Double Elvis, Gold Marilyn and his Campbell’s Soup Cans are iconic. In 2011 a batch of drawings from the 1950s –the first decade Warhol spent in New York – was discovered among the works he left in his estate. In these early drawings Warhol establishes a precedent for his subsequent work. We come across: Portraits, Flowers, Guns, Car Crashes and Famous People. Through these drawings we see Warhol as a sensitive and ingenious draftsman.
He was particularly inspired by the blossoming magazine culture and its pictorial language. Extensive research by Daniel Blau has now identified the majority of the sources he used for his 1950s works. Warhol drew a large number of subjects from the world-famous LIFE magazine.

 

Selected Exhibitions
 
2019
“Andy Warhol-From A to B and Back Again”, SFMOMA, San Francisco, USA
“Contact Warhol: Photography Without End”, Cantor Arts Center, Stanford, USA
 
2019
“Andy Warhol: By Hand (Drawings 1950s-1980s)”, New York Academy of Art, New York, USA
 
2018
“Andy Warhol-From A to B and Back Again”, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA
 
2015
“Andy Warhol: Campbell’s Soup Cans and Other Works 1953–1967”, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
“YES!YES!YES! Warholmania”, Museum Brandhorst, Munich, Germany
“From Marilyn to Mao: Andy Warhol‘s Famous Faces”, Columbia Museum of Art Columbia, USA
“Andy Warhol and William Morris”, Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, England
“Pop To Popism”, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
“Transmitting Andy Warhol”, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, England
 
2014
“Andy Warhol: Death and Disaster”, Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz, Chemnitz, Germany
“Audubon to Warhol: The Art of American Still Life”, Philadelphia Museum of Art,Philadelphia, USA
“From Photo to Print. Prints from Andy Warhol to Gerhard Richter”, Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany
“SUPERPOP!”, Serlachius Museum Gosta, Mantta, Finland
“Andy Warhol: Life, Death and Beauty”, Beaux-arts Mons, Mons, Belgium
 
2013
Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich
 
2013
Teylers Museum, The Netherlands
 
2013
Louisiana Museum, Denmark
 
2009
Grand Palais, Paris
 
2000
Lousiana Museum, Humlebaek
 
1999
Large travelling exhibition at Kunsthalle Hamburg; the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; International Center for Photography, New York
 
1993
Kunsthalle, Basel
 
1989
Travelling exhibition at Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; University of Pennsylvania-Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia; Serpentine Gallery, London; Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach; Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemporain, Jouy-en-Josas
 
1981
Museum of Modern Art, Vienna
 
1979
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
 
1977
Museum Folkwang, Essen
 
1972
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
 
1970
Travelling exhibition at Pasadena Art Museum; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Stedelijk Museum Eindhoven; Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville, Paris; TheTate Gallery, London; Whitney Museum, NewYork
 
1966
The Velvet Underground is formed
 
1963
The Factory is founded
 
1962
First Campbell’s Soup and Coca Cola screen-print series, exhibited at Ferus Gallery, Los Angeles. Participation at The New Realists, Janis Gallery, New York
 
1956
Thirty Fifth Annual Art Director’s Club Award for his commercial shoe drawings
 
1952
Hugo Gallery: Fifteen Drawings based on the Writings of Truman Capote

 

Literature (Selection)

 

From Silverpoint to Silver Screen – Andy Warhol 1950s Drawings ed. Daniel Blau, published by Hirmer January 2013
 
Andy Warhol – Zeichnungen 1942-1987, ed. The Andy Warhol Museum Pittsburgh, 2005
 
Andy Warhol – Catalogue Rainsonné Vol. 2 (Paintings and Sculptures 1964-69), Georg Frei, Neil Printz, London, 2004
 
Andy Warhol – Catalogue Rainsonné Vol. 1 (Paintings and Sculptures 1961-63), Georg Frei, Neil Printz, London, 2002
 
Warhol Pre-Pop, Jesse Kornbluth, München, 1989
 
Andy Warhol – Das zeichnerische Werk 1942-1975, ed. by Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart, 1976

Weegee and Andy Warhol New York 1967
LE GUN collective
Amongst the founding members of the LE GUN group and the publication of the same name, these London-based artists are united by the medium of illustration on paper.

 

Stephanie von Reiswitz
Munich-born and very much immersed in the London universe, Stephanie von Reiswitz depicts surreal tales of past glories and tragedies, while rendering through her sombre colours and shapes an aesthetic reminiscent of the Weimar Republic.

 

Chris Bianchi
A self-invented Maltesian, Chris Bianchi’s somewhat surreal ideas are rendered in landscapes where new perspectives lead onto more and the viewer will find their mind pleasantly boggled.

 

Robert Rubbish
A unique Londoner and notorious Soho character, Robert Greene (a.k.a. Robert Rubbish), comprises half of the Victorian punk revivalist duo, the Rubbish Men, and shares generously a slice of his world through an adventurous synthesis of drawings and writing.

 

Bill Bragg
An illustrator with an appreciation for the deeper shades that a pencil can afford, this Englishman depicts fragmentary tales of mystery and conjures unlikely characters in a beautifully noir-esque style.

 

Neal Fox

Neal Fox was born 1981 in London, studied graphic design at Camberwell College of Art and illustration at the Royal College of Art in London. Fox is co-founder of LE GUN, an illustrative collective and their publication of the same name. He lives and works in London.

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A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck (1939 – 2017)
 
Penck was born in Dresden, Germany in 1939 as Ralf Winkler. In his early teens he took painting and drawing lessons with Jürgen Böttcher, known by the pseudonym Strawalde, and joined with him to form the renegade artists’ group Erste Phalanx Nedserd (Dresden spelled backward). He later worked for a year as a trainee draftsman at the state advertising agency in Dresden. After failing to gain admission to the fine-arts academies in Dresden and East Berlin, Penck worked for several years as a stoker, a newspaper deliverer, a margarine packer and a night watchman.

 

Penck later studied together with a group of other neo-expressionist painters in Dresden. He became one of the foremost exponents of the new figuration alongside Jörg Immendorff, Georg Baselitz and Markus Lüpertz. Under the East German communist regime, they were watched by the secret police and were considered dissidents. In the late 1970s they were included in shows in West Berlin and were seen as exponents of free speech in the East. His work was shown by major museums and galleries in the West throughout the 1980s.

 

Penck first attracted attention with a series of paintings and sculptures, made in the 1960s and early 1970s, that he called Standarts, a conflation of “standard” and “art”, with an echo of the German word for banner or flag, Standarte. In the 1980s he became known worldwide for paintings with pictographic, neo-primitivist imagery of human figures and other totemic forms.

 

Penck’s sculptures, though less familiar, evoke the same primitive themes as his paintings and drawings. They use common everyday materials such as wood, bottles, cardboard boxes, tin cans, masking tape, tinfoil, and wire, and are crudely painted and assembled.The sculptures are often reminiscent of the stone heads of Easter Island and other Oceanic art.
After leaving East Germany, Penck settled in Kerpen, southwest of Cologne, but in 1983 he moved to London. He later relocated to Dublin. At the time of his death, Penck lived and worked in Berlin, Düsseldorf, Dublin and New York City.

 

Penck died on 2 May 2017 in Zürich at the age of 77.

 

Exhibitions and Distinctions (Selection)

 

2017
A.R. Penck – Rites de passage, Fondation Marguerite et Aimé Maeght, Saint‑Paul-de-Vence, France
 
2015
A. R. Penck – System, Signal, Störung, Staatliches Museum für Kunst und Design, Nürnberg, Germany
 
2013
A. R. Penck – Eine Retrospektive, Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Germany
 
2011
A.R. Penck – Holzschnitte, Radierungen, Lithographien, Kunstmuseum Heidenheim, Heidenheim, Germany
 
2010
A.R. Penck, Vergangenheit, Gegenwart, Zukunft, Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany

 
 

Literature (Selection)

 

A.R. Penck—Retrospektive, ed. by Ingrid Pfeiffer und Max Hollein, Frankfurt Düsseldorf, 2007
 
A.R. PenckKonfessionen, Bilder 1988-1995, ed. by Christian K. Scheffel, Bad Homburg, 2000
 
A. R. PenckHolzschnitte 1966-1995, ed. by Städtisches Kunstmuseum Spendhaus, Reutlingen, 2004
 
A.R. Penck, A.R. PenckZeichungen 1958-1985 Frauen Skulpturen Abstraktes, Bern, 1986
 
A. R. PenckZeichnungen bis 1975, ed. by Kunstmuseum Basel, 1978

 

Portrait A.R. Penck sitzend auf einer Axt und sprint in die Luft
Matt Mullican
Matt Mullican (*1951)

 

Matt Mullican was born 1951 in Santa Monica, California. He studied at the California Institute of the Arts, as well as in Valencia, Spain. His complex language and logic systems, as expressed on paper, glass and various media, have gained in versatility and applicability with the growth of computers and the internet. Mullican lives and works in New York and Berlin.

 

Exhibitions and Distinctions (Selection)

 

2011
Haus der Kunst, Munich

 

2010
Institut d’art contemporain, Villeurbanne, France

 

2008
Museum of Art, Liechtenstein

 

2006—2007
Stuttgart Museum of Art showing at Stuttgart Airport

 

2005—2006
Lentos Museum, Linz

 

2005
Museum Ludwig, Cologne

 

2003
Internationaal Kunstcentrum, Antwerpen

 

2001
Kunsthalle Basel. Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona

 

1999
Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich

 

1997
Stedelijk van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (with Lawrence Weiner) Documenta IX, Kassel

 

1995
New National Gallery and Alexanderplatz Station, Berlin

 

1990
Visiting professorship at Städelschule, Frankfurt

 

1989
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington

 

1988
Museum of Modern Art, New York

 

1984
Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva

 

1982
Documenta 7, Kassel

 

 

Literature

Matt Mullican—Model Architecture, ed. by Lentos Kunstmuseum, Linz, 2006

 

Matt Mullican—DC: Learning from that Person’s Work, ed. by Museum Ludwig, Cologne, 2005

 

Matt Mullican, Brooke Alexander, Galerie Daniel Blau, Mai 36 Galerie, New York, Munich, Zürich, 2000

 

Matt Mullican—Works 1972-1992, ed. by Ulrich Wilmes, Cologne, 1993

Matt Mullican