Isabelle Cornaro. Sunset
28.08.2021 – 14.11.2021
Isabelle Cornaro uses various stylistic devices, the representation of well-known paintings in object-based installations in which only a few stylistic devices are referenced. In 2021, Cornaro is nominated for the Prix Marcel Duchamp.
Instructions for self-experiment. Baedeker’s first trip to the Rhine as an artistic excursus
23.09.2021 – 15.10.2021
Karl Baedeker (1801-1859) opened a bookstore in Koblenz on July 1, 1827 and took over the publishing house from Franz Friedrich Röhling in 1832. He had published the first Rhine travel guide in 1828, written by the Neuwied historian Johann August Klein and with the descriptive title “Rhine journey from Mainz to Cöln, manual for […]
Scholarship holders of the Künstlerhaus Edenkoben
05.12.2021 – 23.01.2022
The Ludwig Museum presents the four scholarship-holders of the Künstlerhaus Edenkoben (Artist-Residence Edenkoben): Nandor Angstenberger, Gabriele Engelhardt, Wiebke Elzel and Karimah Ashadu,
Till Brönner. MELTING POTT EUROPE
16.07.2021 – 22.08.2021
The musician and composer Till Brönner, who was born in Viersen in 1971 and is Germany’s most famous jazz musician, began taking photos as early as 2010. He took his first portraits with a Leica photo camera, including actors and prominent personalities. In 2019, the Brost Foundation (Essen) made it possible for Till Brönner to […]
Janus Hochgesand – Muy Mucho (Artistic Intervention)
06.06.2021 – 15.08.2021
12 new paintings by Janus Hochgesand will encounter 24 selected works from the collection.
Präsenz. IKKG Absolventinnen Ausstellung
03.07.2021 – 11.07.2021
From July 3rd to July 11th, 2021, the Ludwig Museum is showing the group exhibition of this year’s graduates of the Institute for Artistic Ceramics and Glass, Koblenz, under the title “Presence”. The five artists – Lyia Gabitova, Yuan Yuan, Ching-Ya Huan, Elisa Ekler and Helena Sekot – present their individual positions using various media, […]
Gottfried Helnwein – Sleep of Reason
11.04.2021 – 20.06.2021
The exhibition mainly brings together Helnweins dark paintings, which only develop the image out of the blackness. Helwein intertwines and weaves together different pictorial moments that lead far back into art history.
Torben Kuhlmann – Mouse Landing Koblenz “The flying adventures by Torben Kuhlmann”
31.10.2020 – 30.05.2021
Torben Kuhlmann was born in 1982 in Sulingen, Lower Saxony. He studied illustration and communication design at the HAW Hamburg with focus on book illustration. In June 2012 he completed his studies with the children’s book “Lindbergh – The adventurous story of a flying mouse”. His debut book has received numerous international awards and was […]