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Online charity auction in favour of the Regenbogenland children's and youth hospice

13 June – 11 July 2024

Online charity auction in favour of the Regenbogenland children's and youth hospice

The Regenbogenland children's and young people's hospice in Düsseldorf is a special facility that cares for terminally ill children and their families - in life, in dying and beyond death. This year, Regenbogenland is celebrating its 25th anniversary. This makes it one of the oldest children's hospices in Germany.

As part of the anniversary celebrations, this charity art auction was launched, the proceeds of which will benefit the Regenbogenland children's and youth hospice and help to give affected families fulfilling moments together in the remaining time with their children and offer special support on their difficult journey.

In total, over 20 renowned and up-and-coming artists have participated in this idea and made their works available. This has resulted in an offer that is as colourful as Regenbogenland itself.

As a highlight, the works of art will be presented to the bidders at a festive evening on Saturday, 24 August 2024 on the stage of the Tonhalle Düsseldorf, in some cases by the artists themselves.

Online Catalogue

With works by
Silke Albrecht | Meral Alma | Rimma Arslanov | Jennifer LópezAyala | Michael Dekker | Udo Dziersk | Elger Esser | Pia Fries | Ina Gerken | Andreas Gursky | Hedda Roman | Ursula Kaechele | Stephan Kaluza | Martin Klimas | Mischa Kuball | Harding Meyer | Roy Mordechay | Dieter Nuhr | Sebastian Riemer | Claudia Rößger | Thomas Ruff | Kai Uwe Schäfer | Peter Schwickerath | Jörn Stoya | Katja Tönnissen | Rosemarie Trockel

Image: Andreas Gursky, Connect I & II, Diptych, 2018

The Art of the Olympics

Gagosian Paris

The Art of the Olympics

A two-part group exhibition organized in association with the Olympic Museum to celebrate the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024.
June 6–September 7, 2024
Gagosian Paris, 9 rue de Castiglione and 4 rue de Ponthieu, Paris







Amsterdam, Arena I, 2000
Installation view: Thomas Lannes
Courtesy: Gagosian

La Collection, Rendez-vous avec le sport

Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris

La Collection, Rendez-vous avec le sport

04.05. – 09.09.2024






Engadin, 1995
© Fondation Louis Vuitton / Saywho / Antoine Ayka Lux

24/7. Work between meaning and imbalance

Kunsthaus Graz, Austria (01.05.2024 - 19.01.2025)

24/7. Work between meaning and imbalance











exhibition view, in the foreground: Louisa Clement, Repräsentantin, 2021, in the background: Andreas Gursky, Amazon, 2016
photo: Kunsthaus Graz/J.J. Kucek © Bildrecht, Wien 2024

 
ANDREAS GURSKY – A film by Ralph Goertz
Premiere

Museum Folkwang – FOTOFILMFREITAG


ANDREAS GURSKY – A film by Ralph Goertz
Premiere

FRI, 23.02.2024 - 18:00 – 19:30

Capturing the Moment

A journey through painting and photography

Capturing the Moment

Tate Modern, London, UK (13.06.2023 - 28.04.2024)

Extended until 28 April 2024

Size Matters. Scale in Photography

Kunstpalast, Dusseldorf (01 February - 20 May 2024)

Size Matters. Scale in Photography








Installation View: Andreas Langfeld

Books: A Group Exhibition

Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, USA (06.01.-10.02.2024)

Books: A Group Exhibition








Installation view, photo: Steven Probert

Herzog & de Meuron
 

Look behind the scenes of Herzog & de Meuron and immerse yourself in one of the most revered architecture practices in the world.

Herzog & de Meuron

Royal Academy of Arts, London, GB (14.07. - 15.10.2023)





visible here in the background: Andreas Gursky, Centre Pompidou, 1995

ANDREAS GURSKY. VISUAL SPACES OF TODAY

This video gives a rare glimpse of the exhibition set-up at the Fondazione MAST.