Other Projects

“Jörg Immendorff: The Task of the Painter” at Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid
30 October 2019 through 13 April 2020

Traveling from Haus der Kunst, Munich, this exhibition spans more than four decades of Jörg Immendorff’s career. It is the exhibition’s second and final location.


"Marcel Broodthaers: Soleil Politique" at Museum of Contemporary Art, Antwerp
4 October 2019 through 19 January 2020

Featuring major works that provide a comprehensive overview of the artist's diverse oeuvre, "Soleil Politique" is the artist's first retrospective in his native country in over a decade. The exhibition includes loans from private collections alongside rarely exhibited works and documents.


“Peter Saul: Pop, Funk, Bad Painting and More” at Les Abattoirs, Toulouse
19 September 2019 through 26 January 2020

 This retrospective exhibition features over 100 paintings and works on paper spanning more than 60 years of the artist’s career.


"Markus Lüpertz: Über die Kunst zum Bild" at Haus der Kunst, Munich
13 September 2019 through 26 January 2020

The major retrospective “Markus Lüpertz. Über die Kunst zum Bild” explores the meaning of the serial motif of Lüpertz’s art. The exhibition features more than 200 paintings and drawings, many of them from collections worlwide.


Enrico David at the Venice Biennale
11 May through 24 November 2019

Works by Enrico David are currently on view in "Neither Nor: The Challenge to the Labyrinth" at the Italian Pavilion of the 58th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia. Located at the Tese delle Vergini in the Arsenale, the Italian Pavilion is curated by Milovan Farronato.


"Jörg Immendorff: Ichich, Ichihr, Ichwir, We All Have to Die" at Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Venice
8 May through 24 November 2019

Curated by Francesco Bonami, "Ichich, Ichihr, Ichwir, We All Have to Die" is a collateral event of the 58th Venice Biennale and the first major exhibition of the late artist's work in an Italian institution. This will be the first exhibition to uniquely address Immendorff's inquiry into the artist's identity and his participation within his own paintings.