We are very pleased to support Günter Fruhtrunk’s exhibition ‘The Parisian Years’ at the Lenbachhaus Museum in Munich
We are happy to see you again for the 56th edition of the Cologne fair.
We will return to the group exhibitions organized at the gallery since the beginning of the year. Particularly on “Motionless Mobility” where the spectator is no longer a simple viewer, he will have to exercise his gaze to seek and find what the immobile work can offer him as mobile, with the works of Siegfried Kreitner, Timo Nasseri and Victor Vasarely (1908-1997).
For the exhibition “Dialogues: Karina Bisch / Alberto Magnelli”, the Lahumière gallery invited contemporary artist Karina Bisch to take a unique look at the work of Alberto Magnelli, an Italian painter who lived the last forty years of his life in Paris (from 1931 to 1971). The proposition? Restore visibility to this major figure of abstraction whose influence was particularly decisive in the post-Second World War period on artists as important as Victor Vasarely, Jean Dewasne, Piero Dorazio...
This exhibition offers a theme bringing together the works of Prof. Sigurd Rompza but also those of his former arts students: Esther Hagenmaier, Claudia Vogel and Dirk Rausch
Exhibition of artists from Lüneburg (Germany), paintings, photos, objects
From a plastic work that its author wants to place in the wake of concrete art, we expect it to be expressed in and through strict rigor.
Traditionally this rigor is of a geometrical order, but also, and in my opinion with more innovative results, it can be based on the universal energies and structures of nature: the full and the empty, the interior and the exterior, the visible and the invisible, the simple and the multiple, finally: on all imaginable contrasts and structures.
The two winners of the prize this year are Irma Boom, graphic designer, Hans-Jörg Glattfelder, painter
The gallery closes its doors to the public and invites you to visit the current exhibitions throughout the summer in other places to discover!
In this new cycle of reinterpretation of its permanent collection, the eac. chose to honor two great essential artists of the French abstract scene.
Cécile Bart and Ode Bertrand are the tandem guests of this 2023 edition to dialogue not only with each other but also with a selection of works from the Donation-Albers-Honegger.
This year on our stand we will highlight the period of Auguste Herbin’s Plastic Alphabet (1882-1960) which began around 1942, the last of his career, the most iconic, Arthur Rimbaud (1854-1891) had made it a poem, Auguste Herbin painted it. Two years separate him from André Derain (1880-1954), at the end of his career, unlike the latter, Auguste Herbin is innovative, he opens a field of exploration to a whole next generation of artists, such as Olle Baertling (1911-1981), Jo Delahaut (1911-1992), Jean Dewasne (1921-1999), Günter Fruhtrunk (1921-1982), or even Victor Vasarely (1906-1997). A number of artists have gravitated to Herbin, including Geneviève Claisse (1935-2018), also author of her catalog raisonné.
the gallery is proud to participate in the exhibition "Movement and light" with the loan of some artists as well as an acquisition of a contemporary artist.
We are happy to contribute to the Léon Wuidar exhibition at the Château Bonisson art center, by lending some works by Auguste Herbin
From the preparatory drawing to the final one, from collage to gouache, including prints and artist’s books, come and discover the multitude of applications that cover the field of works on paper.
This exhibition features the works of:
Bauduin, Etienne Béothy, Marcelle Cahn, Georges Folmer, Otto Freundlich, Auguste Herbin, Jean Leppien, and Antoine Perrot.
The gallery is pleased to announce the acquisition of two works by Georges Folmer (1895-1977), by the Center Pompidou
Marcelle Cahn is an important figure for the history of the Museum in its collections through three works, she has already been highlighted there since 1961, during the historical exhibition of the Mesure group founded by Georges Folmer (1895-1977),
Who watches what and how, are one of the many questions that punctuate the work of Sigurd Rompza.
We will recall the various exhibitions that took place at the gallery, such as Auguste Herbin ’La majesté de la peinture’, ’Immobile mobility’ with, among others, Jean d’Imbleval, Timo Nasseri, Siegfried Kreitner or Victor Vasarely, ’Aurélie Nemours with friends’ including Jean Leppien, Ode Bertrand, Gottfried Honegger or Henri Prosi.
More than 20 years ago, László Vass founded a museum in Veszprém, Hungary, for his outstanding collection of concrete, constructive and minimal art
This exhibition brings together, around the works of Aurelie Nemours, the works of some of her friends. A great abstract and geometric artist of the second half of the 20th century, Aurelie Nemours (1910-2005) was able to unite around her a large number of artists with whom she had many lively discussions on art. To tell the truth, in her quest for the absolute, she met contemporaries like Jean Leppien (1910-1991), with whom the arguments on the crosses were endless, Gottfried Honegger (1917-2016) who supported her a lot, advocated constructive art above all, with strength and conviction. Among the next generation, impressed by this tenacity, as by its commitment to this abstraction, we will find Ode Bertrand, Charles Bézie, Jean-François Dubreuil or even Henri Prosi (1936-2010).
2023 celebrates the city of Vesprem in Hungary as European Capital of Culture. On this occasion one of our German collectors Carl-Jürgen Schroth, lends part of his collection which is presented at the Maison des Arts in the Dubniczay Palace.
So here it is, in this exhibition on the theme of immobile mobility, the movement suggested but not consumed, will give free rein to our imagination. The work that we will fix in the greatest immobility, will play with our vision, and yet nothing moves, except our eyes. Have you ever had this strange feeling that something is moving, without being sure?
The adventure of the exhibition started at the Strasbourg Museum continues at the St Etienne Museum
Born in Lille in 1921. Jean Dewasne is considered one of the masters of constructive abstraction. He followed very advanced classical and musical studies then enrolled at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris where he attended architecture workshops for two years before turning to painting. In 1950, he participated with Auguste Herbin in the creation of the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles.
Still visible Until September 24th, 2023 at the Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin, the portrait Erich Kurt Mühsam 1907 painted by Auguste Herbin.