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Recent Projects

Given the current circumstances, it seems important and necessary to send a signal of solidarity towards Jewish people in Israel and elsewhere, as the German Minister for Climate Protection Robert Habeck did it in an exemplary and differentiated manner on November 2nd, 2023:

Kunsthalle Mannheim

“Von der Fläche zum Raum – Bildhauerzeichnungen seit 1945”
December 9, 2022 until April 23, 2023

Museum of Garden Art
Benrath Palace and Park Foundation, Düsseldorf

“Parusia – The Concept of Matter”
Woodcarvings, Installations, Drawings
June 21 until September 9, 2018

Landesmuseum Mainz

“Stabat Mater (ad libitum)”
Oktober 30, 2016 until April 9, 2017

National Art Museum of China
“The 6th Beijing International Art Biennale”

Opening date: 24th of September 2015
Closing date: 17th of October 2015

The Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice (Poland)
“Codex Mundi”

September 12 until October 2, 2015

Stadtmuseum Siegburg
Retrospektive “25 Jahre Kunst im Stadtmuseum”

May 17 until July 26, 2015

Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen

Woodcuts from the collection of the Museum Morsbroich
May 10 until October 25, 2015

about the installation “Ektropie (Negentropie)” – part of the new presentation of the permanent collection “Große Geister” – between the director Stephan Berg and Christoph M. Loos
Press Release Kunstmuseum Bonn

Cloister of the Alpirsbach Monastery
“The Palace at 3 a.m. (Ordo Inversus)”

Site-specific installation (Site Work VII)
October 12, 2014 until Februar 1, 2015

Kunstmuseum Bonn
“Große Geister” – New presentation of the Permanent Collection

From Sunday, June 29th, 2014 on
Opening: Sunday, June 29th, 2014, 11 a.m.
Introduction: Prof. Dr. Stephan Berg, Intendant of the Kunstmuseum Bonn
Press Release Kunstmuseum Bonn: “(…) made some important new acquisitions, so that we can announce a number of completely new artists’ spaces with works by Ernst Wilhelm Nay, Klaus Merkel, Rosemarie Trockel, Andreas Schmitten and Christoph M. Loos.”