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EXHIBITIONS in Brühl

Wir sehen vier schwarz gekleidete Frauen in unterschiedlichen Tanzposen auf vier schwarzen quadratischen Podesten die im Innenhof eines alten Gebäudeensembles im Raum verteilt sind Auf jedem Podest ist ein Mikrofon plaziert Die Frauen haben Kopfhörer auf Auf dem T-Shirt der Tänzerin in der Mitte vorn ist in grüner Druckschrift zu lesen Woman of the Ghetto
Wir sehen vier schwarz gekleidete Frauen in unterschiedlichen Tanzposen auf vier schwarzen quadratischen Podesten die im Innenhof eines alten Gebäudeensembles im Raum verteilt sind Auf jedem Podest ist ein Mikrofon plaziert Die Frauen haben Kopfhörer auf Auf dem T-Shirt der Tänzerin in der Mitte vorn ist in grüner Druckschrift zu lesen Woman of the Ghetto

Nevin Aladağ10.03.2024 - 30.06.2024
Kartenlink
Max Ernst Museum Brühl des LVR
Di-So 11-18, 1. Do im Monat 11-21 h
Max-Ernst-Allee 1 / Comesstraße 42, 50321 Brühl
02232-57930


The Max Ernst Museum opened in 2005. The building complex is a combination of old and new. The classical three-wing complex from the 19th century was expanded to include a centrally inserted glass pavilion and additional exhibition and event rooms in the basement.

There are 2 disabled parking spaces in the museum car park. From there you can reach the barrier-free side entrance with the wheelchair elevator (bell accessible for wheelchair users, automatic door).

Due to the special architecture of the house and the associated evacuation times, only three people who are dependent on a wheelchair can currently be received in the exhibition rooms at the same time.

To avoid waiting times for you, we ask that you make a reservation. Tel.: +49 (0) 22 32 / 57 93 -117, email: shop.mem@rheinlandkultur.de

The house is handicap accessible. A disabled toilet is located on the mezzanine level, which can be reached by elevator. The stairs are equipped with banisters on both sides. Both elevators in the building are barrier-free.

Wheelchairs, walkers and stools can be borrowed. The service staff is available for assistance.

The images are at 1.5-1.6 m in height. There are also tactile exhibits. The works of art are illuminated in the best possible way. It is guaranteed that the showcases can be driven under.

There is an extensive range of mediation services for the blind and visually impaired, for the deaf and hearing impaired, for people with intellectual disabilities and for people with and without dementia. A program booklet will be created for this purpose, which is available in the museum and can be requested. Other offers for people with special needs are available on request.

10 folding stools, 3 wheelchairs and 1 walker can be borrowed. 45 audio guides are available with tours for adults, children and in plain language.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
There are 2 disabled parking spaces available in the museum car park. From there you can reach the side entrance with the wheelchair lift at ground level.

Due to the special architecture of the house and the associated evacuation times, only three people who are dependent on a wheelchair can currently be received in the exhibition rooms at the same time.
Access for wheelchair users is at ground level via a flat ramp.
Both elevators in the building are barrier-free.
1 disabled toilet is located on the mezzanine. The toilet can be reached by elevator.
There are guided tours and workshops for the blind/visually impaired. Tactile objects are used for this.
The "Chez Max" museum café is barrier-free.
There are 45 paid audio guides available. Audio tours are offered for adults, children and in plain language.
Plain language audio guides are available
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Es können 10 Klapphocker ausgeliehen werden. 3 Leihrollstühle stehen zur Verfügung. Es werden Workshops für Blinde und Sehbehinderte, Gehörlöse und Hörgeschädigte sowie Menschen mit geistiger Behinderung und mit Demenz angeboten. Dazu wird ein Programmheft erstellt, das im Museum ausliegt und angefragt werden kann.

Die Bilder sind auf 1,5-1,6 m Höhe. Außerdem gibt es taktile Exponate. Die Kunstwerke sind bestmöglich ausgeleuchtet. Unterfahrbarkeit der Vitrinen ist gewährleistet.
Videos in sign language about the artist Max Ernst, the house and the collection can be accessed on the website.


The overview exhibition Interlocking with textile collages, sound sculptures, installations and videos draws lines of connection between different patterns of artistic creation and their socio-cultural backgrounds. The creative creation of such connections is an important aspect of Nevin Aladağ's extensive work. In the Social Fabric series, various textiles are woven into a “utopian carpet” that visually brings together the origins of the material from different cultures. The Carpet Ball Game installation interactively invites you to play indoor basketball in the middle of the exhibition hall. In addition, a new group of works can be seen as well as site-specific installations in the outdoor area of the museum.

Nevin Aladağ (*1972 in Van, Turkey, lives and works in Berlin) is one of the most internationally renowned contemporary artists.

An artists' edition will be published to accompany the exhibition.

Image.: Nevin Aladağ, Raise The Roof (Venice), 2017, video, 8:24min, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2023, photo: Raphael Beider


Die Einladungskarte der Ausstellung INTERIM 24 - WANDLUNG zeigt von links nach rechts ein Objekt von Tamara Braun ein hochformatges lbild von Sharam Ghilak das Foto einer Frau von Roswitha Mecke und eine abstrakte schwarze-weiss Fotografie von Manfred Oswald
Die Einladungskarte der Ausstellung INTERIM 24 - WANDLUNG zeigt von links nach rechts ein Objekt von Tamara Braun ein hochformatges lbild von Sharam Ghilak das Foto einer Frau von Roswitha Mecke und eine abstrakte schwarze-weiss Fotografie von Manfred Oswald

INTERIM 2421.06.2024 - 07.07.2024
Vernissage: 21.06.2024 19 Uhr
Kartenlink
Brühler Kunstverein
Mi-So 15-17 h während der Ausstellungen
Clemens-August-Straße 24, 50321 Brühl
02232-925384



In this year's members' exhibition of the Brühler Kunstverein, four artists are exhibiting under the joint title CHANGE. Tamara Baum celebrates the uniqueness of every woman in dazzling, colorful objects. In two additional paintings she ironically reflects human behavior. Shahram Gilak applies colors made from minerals in layers that transform in dialogue with each other. Line, shape and color form a visual unity; there are also figurative and expressive elements. Roswitha Mecke shows her 50-part portrait series “How Trees Grow” in which people try in their own way in front of the camera to transform themselves into a tree - or to assume the yoga position “The Tree”. Manfred Oswald works with the essential characteristics of nature, especially water. Traces of the interaction between humans and nature become visible in his drawings, paintings and photographic works of the flood disaster on the Ahr.

Opening: Friday, June 21st at 7:00 p.m
Finissage: Sun, July 7th at 3 p.m

Ill.: Four details from the works of the participating artists (from left to right): Tamara Baum, Shahram Gilak, Roswitha Mecke, Manfred Oswald

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Alberto Giacomettis Bronzeskulptur Liegende Frau träumend aus dem Jahre 1929 ist aus einfachen geometrischen Grundformen zusammengesetzt Zwei wellenartige Streifen sind übereinander gelegt und werden von vier beinahe senkrechten Stäben zwei links zwei rechts gehalten Zwischen den beiden Streifen sind drei dünnere Stäbe in Reihe gesetzt die die Arme darstellen könnten Eine kleine Halbschale auf der linken Seite deutet den Kopf an
Alberto Giacomettis Bronzeskulptur Liegende Frau träumend aus dem Jahre 1929 ist aus einfachen geometrischen Grundformen zusammengesetzt Zwei wellenartige Streifen sind übereinander gelegt und werden von vier beinahe senkrechten Stäben zwei links zwei rechts gehalten Zwischen den beiden Streifen sind drei dünnere Stäbe in Reihe gesetzt die die Arme darstellen könnten Eine kleine Halbschale auf der linken Seite deutet den Kopf an

Alberto Giacometti – Surrealistische Entdeckungen 01.09.2024 - 15.01.2025
Kartenlink
Max Ernst Museum Brühl des LVR
Di-So 11-18, 1. Do im Monat 11-21 h
Max-Ernst-Allee 1 / Comesstraße 42, 50321 Brühl
02232-57930


The Max Ernst Museum opened in 2005. The building complex is a combination of old and new. The classical three-wing complex from the 19th century was expanded to include a centrally inserted glass pavilion and additional exhibition and event rooms in the basement.

There are 2 disabled parking spaces in the museum car park. From there you can reach the barrier-free side entrance with the wheelchair elevator (bell accessible for wheelchair users, automatic door).

Due to the special architecture of the house and the associated evacuation times, only three people who are dependent on a wheelchair can currently be received in the exhibition rooms at the same time.

To avoid waiting times for you, we ask that you make a reservation. Tel.: +49 (0) 22 32 / 57 93 -117, email: shop.mem@rheinlandkultur.de

The house is handicap accessible. A disabled toilet is located on the mezzanine level, which can be reached by elevator. The stairs are equipped with banisters on both sides. Both elevators in the building are barrier-free.

Wheelchairs, walkers and stools can be borrowed. The service staff is available for assistance.

The images are at 1.5-1.6 m in height. There are also tactile exhibits. The works of art are illuminated in the best possible way. It is guaranteed that the showcases can be driven under.

There is an extensive range of mediation services for the blind and visually impaired, for the deaf and hearing impaired, for people with intellectual disabilities and for people with and without dementia. A program booklet will be created for this purpose, which is available in the museum and can be requested. Other offers for people with special needs are available on request.

10 folding stools, 3 wheelchairs and 1 walker can be borrowed. 45 audio guides are available with tours for adults, children and in plain language.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
There are 2 disabled parking spaces available in the museum car park. From there you can reach the side entrance with the wheelchair lift at ground level.

Due to the special architecture of the house and the associated evacuation times, only three people who are dependent on a wheelchair can currently be received in the exhibition rooms at the same time.
Access for wheelchair users is at ground level via a flat ramp.
Both elevators in the building are barrier-free.
1 disabled toilet is located on the mezzanine. The toilet can be reached by elevator.
There are guided tours and workshops for the blind/visually impaired. Tactile objects are used for this.
The "Chez Max" museum café is barrier-free.
There are 45 paid audio guides available. Audio tours are offered for adults, children and in plain language.
Plain language audio guides are available
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Es können 10 Klapphocker ausgeliehen werden. 3 Leihrollstühle stehen zur Verfügung. Es werden Workshops für Blinde und Sehbehinderte, Gehörlöse und Hörgeschädigte sowie Menschen mit geistiger Behinderung und mit Demenz angeboten. Dazu wird ein Programmheft erstellt, das im Museum ausliegt und angefragt werden kann.

Die Bilder sind auf 1,5-1,6 m Höhe. Außerdem gibt es taktile Exponate. Die Kunstwerke sind bestmöglich ausgeleuchtet. Unterfahrbarkeit der Vitrinen ist gewährleistet.
Videos in sign language about the artist Max Ernst, the house and the collection can be accessed on the website.


The LVR's Max Ernst Museum Brühl is dedicating a major exhibition to the Swiss sculptor, painter and draftsman Alberto Giacometti (1901–1966). The show, which was created in collaboration with the Fondation Giacometti in Paris, examines Giacometti's surreal work from a new perspective and, for the first time, the artistic and friendly connection to Max Ernst.

The show, with over 70 works, including sculptures, paintings, drawings and prints by Giacometti, presents major works such as Le Couple (The Couple, 1926), Femme cuillère (Spoon Woman, 1927), Boule suspendue (Floating Ball, 1930), Objet désagréable (Unpleasant Object, 1931), Le Nez (The Nose, 1949) and La Cage, première version (The Cage, first version, 1949–50). It is complemented by works by Max Ernst as well as photographs and contemporary documents that demonstrate the close artistic connection between the two artists.

A richly illustrated trilingual catalogue will be published to accompany the exhibition.

Ill.: Alberto Giacometti, reclining woman who deams, 1929, Fondation Giacometti © Succession Alberto Giacometti / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2024

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Nando Nkrumah – Heute schon Morgen
New Perspectives im Leonora-Carrington-Saal
21.06.2024 - 03.11.2024
Kartenlink
Max Ernst Museum Brühl des LVR
Di-So 11-18, 1. Do im Monat 11-21 h
Max-Ernst-Allee 1 / Comesstraße 42, 50321 Brühl
02232-57930


The Max Ernst Museum opened in 2005. The building complex is a combination of old and new. The classical three-wing complex from the 19th century was expanded to include a centrally inserted glass pavilion and additional exhibition and event rooms in the basement.

There are 2 disabled parking spaces in the museum car park. From there you can reach the barrier-free side entrance with the wheelchair elevator (bell accessible for wheelchair users, automatic door).

Due to the special architecture of the house and the associated evacuation times, only three people who are dependent on a wheelchair can currently be received in the exhibition rooms at the same time.

To avoid waiting times for you, we ask that you make a reservation. Tel.: +49 (0) 22 32 / 57 93 -117, email: shop.mem@rheinlandkultur.de

The house is handicap accessible. A disabled toilet is located on the mezzanine level, which can be reached by elevator. The stairs are equipped with banisters on both sides. Both elevators in the building are barrier-free.

Wheelchairs, walkers and stools can be borrowed. The service staff is available for assistance.

The images are at 1.5-1.6 m in height. There are also tactile exhibits. The works of art are illuminated in the best possible way. It is guaranteed that the showcases can be driven under.

There is an extensive range of mediation services for the blind and visually impaired, for the deaf and hearing impaired, for people with intellectual disabilities and for people with and without dementia. A program booklet will be created for this purpose, which is available in the museum and can be requested. Other offers for people with special needs are available on request.

10 folding stools, 3 wheelchairs and 1 walker can be borrowed. 45 audio guides are available with tours for adults, children and in plain language.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
There are 2 disabled parking spaces available in the museum car park. From there you can reach the side entrance with the wheelchair lift at ground level.

Due to the special architecture of the house and the associated evacuation times, only three people who are dependent on a wheelchair can currently be received in the exhibition rooms at the same time.
Access for wheelchair users is at ground level via a flat ramp.
Both elevators in the building are barrier-free.
1 disabled toilet is located on the mezzanine. The toilet can be reached by elevator.
There are guided tours and workshops for the blind/visually impaired. Tactile objects are used for this.
The "Chez Max" museum café is barrier-free.
There are 45 paid audio guides available. Audio tours are offered for adults, children and in plain language.
Plain language audio guides are available
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Es können 10 Klapphocker ausgeliehen werden. 3 Leihrollstühle stehen zur Verfügung. Es werden Workshops für Blinde und Sehbehinderte, Gehörlöse und Hörgeschädigte sowie Menschen mit geistiger Behinderung und mit Demenz angeboten. Dazu wird ein Programmheft erstellt, das im Museum ausliegt und angefragt werden kann.

Die Bilder sind auf 1,5-1,6 m Höhe. Außerdem gibt es taktile Exponate. Die Kunstwerke sind bestmöglich ausgeleuchtet. Unterfahrbarkeit der Vitrinen ist gewährleistet.
Videos in sign language about the artist Max Ernst, the house and the collection can be accessed on the website.