Museum Biedermann


Museum - Modern art in a historical building

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Opening times:

Wednesday - Friday:
1 pm - 5 pm
Saturday - Sunday: 11 am - 5 pm
First Thursday of every month: 1 pm - 8 pm
Monday and Tuesday (except on public holidays): closed

Museum Art.Plus

Museumsweg 1
78166 Donaueschingen
+49 771 8966890
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Museum Art.Plus invites you to discover contemporary art in the setting of a beautifully refurbished neoclassical building located in the immediate vicinity of the source of the Danube and the palace gardens. Showcasing a wide range of current artistic practices, the museum offers a fascinating and varied insight into the international contemporary art scene. In addition and parallel to a large annual group exhibition, it presents up to three smaller exhibitions and actively promotes outstanding regional artists.
Away from the frenzied pace of the contemporary art world, Museum Art.Plus with its exhibitions and coordinated programme of events – concerts and performances, films, artists’ talks, workshops and regular guided tours – is an attractive platform for cultural exchange in the region and beyond.

Current exhibitions:

18 February 2018 - 20 January 2019
colourful . farbenfroh - In Focus: Dorothy Fratt
At the heart of the exhibition colourful . farbenfroh at Museum Art.Plus in Donaueschingen are paintings by the American artist Dorothy Fratt (1923-2017) who passed away earlier this year.

Almost entirely unfamiliar to European audiences, the painter is a real discovery. Her work should be seen in the context of the Washington Art School, a group of abstract artists active in Washington D.C. from the late 1950s to the late 1960s. Parallel to the Abstract Expressionism and Colour Field Painting of the New York School, they created large-format paintings that were less concerned with gesture than with the plane, and developed a formal language that explored the interplay of colours and their effect on the viewer. Although Dorothy Fratt left Washington D.C. for Arizona in 1958, she remained true to the style, developing and refining it until her death in the summer of 2017. She left behind an extensive body of work that has yet to be discovered in Europe.

The exhibition is the first in Europe to show a representative selection of works by the artist ranging from the 1960s to the present. They are complemented by colourful two- and three-dimensional works by other international artists
Dorothy Fratt, The First Big Red A Eye Dazzler, 1975 © Museum Art.Plus/Art.Plus Foundation          Winfred Gaul, Bremer Flagge IV, 1967, © VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2017 & Museum Art.Plus/Art.Plus Foundation

Rainer Fetting, Van Gogh und Lampe, 1983 © Museum Art.Plus/Art.Plus Foundation

18 November 2018 - 24 March 2019
Stefan Strumbel
(in the 2-RAUM of the Museum Art.Plus)

The final 2-Raum exhibition of 2018 is devoted to Stefan Strumbel (*1979), who lives and works in Offenburg.
Over the last few years, the young artist has been grappling with the loaded subject of home and homeland and with the associated symbolism that is born of time-honoured traditions, ideals and values. He uses gaudy colours and clever texts to give folkloristic objects such as cuckoo clocks a distinctive and striking appearance. With his unique mix of folk art, pop art and street art, Strumbel has firmly established himself on the international art market.
In recent years, he has developed a more universal visual language that draws on bubble wrap as the symbol of protection, safeguarding anything one might want to transport or preserve - be that values, substance or emotions.

Stefan Strumbel, Untitled, 2017 © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2018    Stefan Strumbel, Untitled, 2018 © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2018

                              Künstler Stefan Strumbel © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2018

Please note: Due to exhibition changeover the museum will be closed from 01/21 - 02/16/2019.

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