22.-25. Februar

Galerie Ulrich Gering

Halle 2 C37

 

 

 

 

JANUARY 11-15 | 2018 VIP PREVIEW JAN 11

 mit Galerie Terminus, München

 

                             mit Galerie Terminus, München

 

 

 

 

 

 

During the 2017 Venice art Biennale

the European Cultural Center will host

 

"PERSONAL STRUCTURES-open borders"

Palazzo Bembo

 

Organised by the GAA-Fondation

Exhibition opens on 13 May (Preview 11-12 May) - 26 November 2017

Open daily from 10.00 - 18.00, except Tuesday, FREE ENTRY

 

 

16 Jahre Galerie Michael W. Schmalfuss, Marburg

23. Juni bis 19. August 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

22.-25.Februar 2017

Galerie Ulrich Gering

D-60596 Frankfurt

Textorstraße 91

 

 

29.1-25.3.2017 Claudio Filippini, Gerda Raichle, Johannes Schramm

 

mit

GALERIE TERMINUS GmbH
www.galerie-terminus.de

 

 

 

 

 

Galerie Michael W. Schmalfuss, Marburg

25.November 2016 bis 14.Januar 2017

 

 

 

Johannes Schramm

 

buoys-leaves-pools

 

20.7. - 31.08.2016

 

Galerie Terminus, Theatinerstraße 22, 80333 München

 

www.galerie-terminus.de

 

buoys・leaves・pools | Johannes Schramm

Die Galerie Terminus feiert den Sommer mit einer exklusiven Einzelausstellung Bojen, Seerosen, Pools des Ausnahmekünstlers Johannes Schramm. Bereits bei seiner letzten Ausstellung 2011 in unserer Galerie fanden seine Ölgemälde großen Anklang. Seine neuesten Wasserbilder lassen Sommerhitze vergessen und machen die schattige Schönheit von stillen Seen genauso erfahrbar, wie die geometrischen Lichtspiele von Pool-Landschaften und die fragilen Schönheit von Seerosen. Es werden insgesamt 15 Werke ausgestellt. Ein umfangreicher Werkkatalog liegt vor.

Zu sehen vom 20.07.–31.08.2016
Verlängert bis 08.09.2016 

 

Neuer Katalog

new catalogue

 

20x27cm, Softcover, 56 Seiten

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Johannes Schramm

Still Water

26.09.15 – 28.02.16

 

CCA Andratx is pleased to present the new exhibition by Johannes Schramm (DE, 1965). Held in the CCA Kunsthalle, the exhibition titled Still Water unfolds the underlying dynamics hidden behind apparent water still-lifes. Still water has a starring role in Johannes Schramm’s body of work. By displaying a wide range of scenarios, both indoor and outdoor landscapes, water rendering allows him enter a variety of pictorial resources. Still Water presents Schramm’s latest paintings on canvas, structured in three thematic series: Pool Paintings, Buoy Paintings and Water Lilly Paintings.

The “Pool paintings” display the rigid architecture of bathing landscapes and their visual dissolution in the water. Looking into and through water dissolves all fixed forms and structures. Miraculous patterns –resulting from light reflections and wave movements– dance on the water’s surface removing the tile’s geometric structure, its hardness and regularity. The “Buoy Paintings” place us into open waters. Immovably fixed, the buoys show only a portion of their form, but become a whole in our minds by the act of mirroring them.

Finally, the “Water Lilly Paintings” take us into natural sceneries. Water lily leaves intersect the trees’ reflections on the water beside the shore. The sunset light vividly shows how the leaves grow over the water’s surface, unfolding and descending back into the still water.