From 2 February to 19 May, the Museum will present "Fantastic Landscapes" by artist Nicole Bianchet in the Kleihues Building. For Nicole Bianchet, fine art is something magical. With paint and brush she creates parallel worlds - and at a time when hardly anyone believes in fairy tales.
Link: Museum im Kleihues-Bau
The National Art Center Tokyo (NACT) opens the most comprehensive solo exhibition of Leiko Ikemura on January 17, 2019. Under the title "Leiko Ikemura: Our Planet - Earth & Stars", the NACT presents more than 200 works on an area of 2000 m² as well as in the garden of the center.
The exhibition tries to show 40 years of creativity and the artistic development of Ikemura as an organism. The retrospective and present-oriented exhibition of paintings, sculptures and drawings stages 16 installations in which the media diversity in the artist's work as well as the central themes on phenomena of formation and transformation can be related.
Exhibition: January 18 to April 1, 2019
In cooperation with the NACT, the Kunstmuseum Basel presents the concentrated retrospective titled "Nach neuen Meeren" from May 11, 2019.
Carolein Smits last part of her exhibition triology is to be opened on 3 November 2018 at the Drents Museum, Assen (NL).
The Drents Museum displays 28 works by Carolein Smit and a wall-filling relief.
The exhibition is on display from 4 November 2018 to 3 March 2019.
Link: Drents Museum Assen
In this solo show the Kunstmuseum Ravensburg presents the most spanning exhibition of Martha Jungwirth (*1940, Vienna/Austria) in Germany. The show covers key works from the 1970's until today and put an emphasis on Jungwirths aquarelles, whose colouristic possibilities are explored by her since the beginning of her artistic activities.
Opening: October 19th, 2018, 7 pm
Duration: October 20th 2018 - February 24th, 2019
Link: Kunstmuseum Ravensburg
The Würth Collection is showing its new exciting international acquisitions from over ten years, among them works by Nicole Bianchet. An opulent selection of almost 200 works dating from the 1960s onwards are now being put on show for the public, from April 23th 2018 until March 17th 2019.
Link: Würth Collection