16 February - 22 March 2020

You are invited to the TIME - SPACE - EXISTENCE group exhibition where we show various works that belong to the permanent group of artists of our gallery, together with a number of artists who are affiliated with our program.
"Time, space and existence are among the greatest of themes- so great, we could never be so presumptuous to think we could do them justice, and much too close to ourselves, that we could ever escape them, whether with our thoughts or actions, in life or in art.” (Peter Lodemeyer) You can see works from following artists;  Keisuke Matsuura, Chen Ruo Bing, Rene Rietmeyer, Tomoji Ogawa, Takashi Suzuki, Yuko Sakurai.



15 December - 2 February 2020 

Klaus Staudt, born in 1932 in Otterndorf, is a German painter. He became known with his series of geometric reliefs. He lives and works in Frankfurt am Main.




15 September - 15 December

Keisuke Matsuura, born in 1970 in Kyoto, lives and works in Dusseldorf.
After studying at the Tama Art University in Tokyo, he studied since 1997with Christian Megert and Daniel Buren at the Art Academy Düsseldorf.




9 March - 28 April

Christian Megert, born in 1936 in Bern, is a Swiss visual artist and a member of the German 1960’s Group ZERO. At the end of the 1950s he began incorporating mirrors as his main medium to experiment with the reflective effects of light, creating illusionary constructed environments and dynamic art spaces challenging the viewer’s perspective and sensation of continuity and infinity. 



11 May - 30 June

Chen Ruo Bing, born 1970 in Nantong, is a Chinese artist whose abstract color painting merges Eastern tradition and Western contemporary art. The quiet abstract paintings by Chen Ruo Bing provide a contemplative respite. Working on medium-size canvases, he creates simple compositions: grids of gray boxes centered on monolithic forms and, in one case, a square delineated by four purple brush strokes on a yellow field. The main interest lies in the rich colors stained into the canvas, which glow with Rothko-esque incandescence. The work is a fine blend of formalism, hedonism and transcendentalism.