March 28 - June 1, 2019
40 Years of DIE GALERIE
DIE GALERIE, Frankfurt am Main

The year 2019 has a very special connotation for DIE GALERIE, as we are already celebrating our 40th birthday! We would like to celebrate this truly special occasion with you in the form of a spectacular anniversary exhibition. Don't miss this superlative selection of exceptional masterpieces from 40 years of DIE GALERIE.


The exhibition comprises 40 works by 40 artists, amongst others Max Ackermann, Pierre Alechinsky, Eduard Angeli,  Karel Appel, Elvira Bach, Enrico Baj, Marc Chagall, Hsiao Chin, Alain Clément, Robert Combas, Riccardo Cordero, Corneille, Beate Debus, Aron Demetz, Jean Dubuffet,  José Enguídanos, Max Ernst, Guy Ferrer, Dario Fo, Katsura Funakoshi, Karl Otto Götz, Johannes Heisig, Torsten Holtz, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Horst Janssen, Asger Jorn, Kim Tschang Yeul, Dietrich Klinge, Marino Marini, André Masson, Roberto Matta, Igor Mitoraj, Louise Nevelson, Carl-Henning Pedersen, Pablo Picasso, Man Ray, Volker Stelzmann, Joe Tilson, Jan Voss, Reinhard Voss, Raymond E. Waydelich, Klaus Zylla.


Highlight of the month

Pablo Picasso
Tête de femme au chapeau
35 x 27 cm

The technique of the linocut has a prominent role within the oeuvre of Pablo Picasso. Especially during the 1950s and 1960s, Picasso dealt intensively with the linocut and exploited all the possibilities which were offered him by this medium. Originally considered a substitute for the often difficult to handle woodcut, the linocut was preferred by some artists at the beginning of the 20th century. Picasso took up the almost forgotten technique again and by means of it developed a special body of works containing some of this most notable compositions.  Between 1958 and 1963, a unique oeuvre of mostly colored prints of several linoleum plates was created, which must exclusively be attributed to the genius of Pablo Picasso.