From September 8th to October 8th, 2016, the gallery Rodolphe Janssen presents the exhibition “Pierre Alechinsky, Karel Appel and Fred Bervoets: works on paper from the Stéphane Janssen collection.”
In 1966, Stéphane Janssen opens his first gallery in Brussels and organized numerous exhibitions amongst others, to the CoBrA artists Pierre Alechinsky, Asger Jorn and Karel Appel.
10 years later he moved to the United States and closes his gallery.
In 1991 his son Rodolphe Janssen opens his own gallery which now will present a selection of works on paper from the 50’s to 70’s, of the artists Pierre Alechinsky, Karel Appel and Fred Bervoets from Stéphane’s former gallery.
More information about the exhibition here.
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Until July 29, 2016, the Petzel Gallery at 35 E 67th Street, New York presents the first Asger Jorn US-based solo show since the exhibition at New York’s André Emmerich Gallery in 1993.
The exhibition encompasses approximately twenty works (oil on canvas, gouache on paper and lithographs) made between 1943 and 1971.
The Cobra museum shows till 16.05.16 a very special and unique exhibition of Karel Appel, which shows Appels set and costume design for the two operas ‘Noah’ and ‘The Magic Flute‘ in 1994 and 1995 and the visitors of this exhibition will move like an actor on Appels stage.
A few works of art from the permanent collection in the exhibition shows the kinship with the Opera-style.
For more informations of the exhibition visit: http://www.cobra-museum.nl/en/exhibitions.html#KarelAppelTheOpera
Karel Appel – Ohne Titel, 1947 Gouache und Tusche auf Papier, 43 x 66,5 cm
© K. Appel Foundation / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2016
The Pinakothek in Munich shows from 02.04.2016 – 04.17.2016 a retrospective from the estate of the artist Karel Appel (Paris, Centre Pompidou, 10/21/2015 – 01/11/2016). This is for decades the first comprehensive overview of Appels work on paper.
For more informations visit: http://www.pinakothek.de/kalender/2016-02-04/56782/karel-appel-werke-auf-papier
Until 16 Mai 2016 the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag presents 67 paintings, 12 sculptures and more than 60 drawings in the „Karel Appel“ exhibition. The exhibition at the Gemeentemuseum will be a pivotal part of a wider international reappraisal of Karel Appel’s work, which is also to include exhibitions in Paris, London and Washington.
The Centre Pompidou shows till 11 Jan 2016 a retrospective exhibition of a selection of eighty-five works on paper by artist Karel Appel.
Many of the works are never shown to the public until now.
for more informations visit: https://www.centrepompidou.fr/cpv/resource/ckydqLe/rnXdegB
The Fondazione Roma Museo shows since the 4th December 2015 till the 3rd April 2016 the exhibition „CoBrA, A great European avant-garde (1948-1951)”
The exhibition was curated by Damiano Femfert and Francesco Pol with 150 works loaned from 35 of the major European museums. Among others the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, the CoBra Museum in Amstelveen, the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice.
Therefore you can expect an absolutely amazing exhibition with many masterpieces of the CoBrA artists.
for more information visit: www.fondazioneromamuseo.it
From September 17th 2015 till January 24th 2016 opens at the Heerup Museum the exhibition „HEERUP AND COBRA“
The danish Artist Henry Heerup joined the COBRA group in 1949 and took part in some of their exhibitions.
For more information visit: http://www.heerup.dk/en/exhibitions/current.html
Next week at October 21, 2015 – February 29, 2016 opens the exhibition Constant – New Babylon at the Museum Reina Sofia in Madrid.
This exhibition focus at works during the time 1956 and 1974. This are the years of Constants New Babylon.
„New Babylon“ means the earth would automated and run by robots and people would have the freedom to devote their time to creative play.
shown are scale models, paintings, drawings and collages displaying his concept of a nomad city of the future.
The exhibition shows also works from other time periods like form the CoBrA period.
For more information visit: