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We are proud to announce the opening of our new gallery space in September 2015

The Frankfurt gallerist Anita Beckers and the Frankfurt design and art dealer Frank Landau will open a collaborative gallery in the fall of 2015. The space is in a prime location in Frankfurt’s inner city at Braubachstrasse 9.

Following seperate international success, Beckers and Landau will pool their experience and strengths. The central focus of the cooperation will be to enrich the art and design scene in Frankfurt with new impulses, as well as continuing their presence at international exhibition fairs. Exhibitions will be both alternatively and collectively created, featuring work from the avant garde to contemporary visual and video art through to design.

For the season opening of the Frankfurt galleries in September 2015, both will be presenting some of their favorite pieces from their personal collections in the new gallery space. FAVORITES (not for sale) promises an exciting “cross over“ between art and design history of the last fifty years.

In addition to the new space, both Anita Beckers and Frank Landau will continue to be present at their current locations.

A selection of the presented works:

Marina Abramovic & Ulay, Anton Corbijn, Wim Delvoye, Jack Goldstein, Adolf Fleischmann, Ines van Lamsweerde, Thomas Huber, Martin Kippenberger, Alicia Kwade, Jürgen Klauke, Dieter Roth, Michael Sailstorfer, Andreas Slominski, Ettore Sottsass, Pierre Jeanneret, Antoine Philippon/Jacqueline Lecoq, Gio Ponti, Ed Moulthrop, Carlo Mollino, Edward Wormley, Jean Prouvé



Wir sind stolz die Eröffnung unserer neuen Galerieräume im September 2015 ankündigen zu dürfen!

Die Frankfurter Galeristin Anita Beckers und der Frankfurter Design- und Kunsthändler Frank Landau eröffnen im Herbst 2015 ihre gemeinsame Galerie in exponierter Lage in der Frankfurter Innenstadt, Braubachstrasse 9.

Nach internationalen Erfolgen unter jeweils eigenem Namen, bündeln Beckers und Landau nun ihre Erfahrungen und Kräfte. Im Mittelpunkt ihrer Zusammenarbeit steht, die Kunst- und Designszene in Frankfurt mit neuen Impulsen zu bereichern und auch weiterhin an internationalen Messen präsent zu sein. Es werden abwechselnd, aber auch gemeinsam Ausstellungsprojekte von der Avantgarde über zeitgenössische Kunst, Videokunst bis hin zu Design gezeigt.

Zum Saisonstart der Frankfurter Galerien im September 2015 eröffnen beide mit Lieblingsstücken aus ihren privaten Sammlungen den Galerieraum. FAVORITES (not for sale) verspricht ein spannendes „cross over“ der Kunst- und Designgeschichte der letzten 50 Jahre. Sowohl Anita Beckers als auch Frank Landau bleiben weiterhin auch an ihren zusätzlichen Standorten präsent.

Eine Auswahl gezeigter Werke:

Marina Abramovic & Ulay, Anton Corbijn, Wim Delvoye, Jack Goldstein, Adolf Fleischmann, Ines van Lamsweerde, Thomas Huber, Martin Kippenberger, Alicia Kwade, Jürgen Klauke, Dieter Roth, Michael Sailstorfer, Andreas Slominski, Ettore Sottsass, Pierre Jeanneret, Antoine Philippon/Jacqueline Lecoq, Gio Ponti, Ed Moulthrop, Carlo Mollino, Edward Wormley, Jean Prouvé.


 

Analivia Cordeiro

Analivia Cordeiro won the Premio BEEP de arte electronico for her historical video-installation M3x3 at our booth at Arco Madrid 2015!

Congratulations!

 

01.04.2015 – 16.08.2015

ANTON CORBIJN ”1-2-3-4″ shows a selection by Anton Corbijn of his own work from his archive, which is shown at Fotomuseum Den Haag in The Hague, Netherlands.

Extended to August 16!

 

02.05.2015 – 16.08.2015

BJÖRN MELHUS

FREEDOM AND INDEPENDENCE Screening at 31st Hamburg International Short Film Festival(International Competition),  9-15 June 2015

FREEDOM & INDEPENDENCE as part of the group show “Das Hybris-Projekt. Hochmut und sisyphale Vergeblichkeit”, Halle 14, Leipzig, 2 May – 16 August 2015, Opening: May 1st, 2015, 3 pm

AUTO CENTER DRIVE (Film, 2003) in “CREATING REALITIES. ENCOUNTERS BETWEEN ART AND CINEMA, CHAPTER 3: NEIGHBOUR’S YARD”, Pinakothek der Moderne and Museum Brandhorst, Munich, in cooperation with the Goetz Collection and KINO DER KUNST, 05.02.−31.05.2015

 

Annegret Soltau and Jürgen Klauke

15.05.2015 – 27.09.2015


ANNEGRET SOLTAU and JÜRGEN KLAUKE are being featured in the exhibition “Gender in Art” in the MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow.

 

Christiane Feser

11.04.2015 – 18.07.2015


Christiane Feser is being featured in the group show “Broken Spaces”, curated by Ludwig Seyfahrt, at KAI10 in Düsseldorf.

Hannes Michanek

15.06.2015 – 12.07.2015

Hannes Michanek is being featured in a solo exhibition at the Kunstverein zu Assenheim until July 12th!

 

Jan Schmidt

11.07.2015 – 06.09.2015
Opening 10.07.2015 20:00

Jan Schmidt will be featured alongside Ane Mette Hol at the Städtische Galerie Delmenhorst in ‘Zustandsbericht’.

Jürgen Klauke

10.06.2015 – 15.08.2015

Jürgen Klauke is being exhibited in various galleries and museums throughout Europe.

Here is just a small list of where his art can be seen:
June 6th – August 8th, 2015 in “Pas de Deux” at the Kunst Haus Wien
September 10th – October 24th, 2015 in “Ästhetischer Paranoia” at the Annely Juda Fine Art Gallery, London
September 27th – December 12th, 2015 at KuK Monschau together with Gina Lee Felber

14.07.2015 – 31.07.2015
Opening 10.07.2015

Jürgen Klauke is being shown in connection with the 60 Years of the Documenta festival taking place in Kassel, Germany on July 19th.
Klauke participated in the Documenta in the years 1977 and 1987. The exhibition is entitled “Ästhetische Paranoia.”

Kota Ezawa

27.07.2015 – 08.08.2015
Opening 26.07.2015 19:00

The Thingness of an Object at Feldbusch Wiesner, Linienstrasse 155 D-10115 Berlin

Loredana Nemes

27.06.2015 – 12.07.2015

Work from Loredana Nemes can be seen during the Wiesbadener Fototage 2015 at the
KUNSTHAUS and the Frauenmuseum

04.07.2015 – 13.09.2015


Loredana is also being featured in the exhibition NATURZEICHENZEICHEN at the Alfred Ehrhardt Stiftung, Berlin

Teresa Diehl

23.04.2015 – 19.07.2015


Teresa Diehl is being featured in the group show When You Cut Into the Present the Future Leaks Out!
Curated by Regine Basha and in collaboration with No Longer Empty (NLE), the exhibition can be visited at 878 Brook Avenue, Bronx 10451, New York City.