pashmin art management in Germany
Two stolen Van Gogh paintings recovered after 14 years

During a press conference last friday the Chief Public Prosecutor of the district of Naples will announce that two missing paintings by Van Gogh have been recovered. It concerns the two paintings that were stolen from the Van Gogh Museum in 2002: Seascape at Scheveningen (1882) and Congregation leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen (1884/85). The curator who inspected the authenticity and provenance of the works at the request of the Italian Public Prosecutions Department drew a firm conclusion: ‘they are the real paintings!’ Despite a 14-year journey, the two paintings appear to be in fairly good condition. Both lack their frames and show signs of some damage. It is not yet clear when the paintings will return to Amsterdam.

Pashmin Art in New York 2016

3 - 6 March 2016 in SCOPE New York was a moveable feast: a diverse range of contemporary art fairs and events offered a rich and diverse program throughout NY. Pashmin Art Gallery exhibited international artists from Germany, Austria, the USA, Greece, Spain, Japan, Switzerland, Latvia and Iran at the largest booth (#E12) of the fair. 

With an experience of a quarter of a century, Pashmin Art Gallery possesses a wide range of associations in world of art with artists, galleries and museums. The gallery began its exhibitions with contemporary artists in 1990 and expanded its work ever since.

Squek Carnwath - What befor Came After

New York, October 12, 2015 – Jane Lombard Gallery presents What Before Came After, Squeak Carnwath´s first solo exhibition in New York City in over a decade. The exhibition features a selection of Carnwath´s paintings and cigar-box sculptures spanning 25 years of practice. Active in the Bay Area since the 1970s, alongside artists such as Viola Frey and Jay DeFeo, Carnwath has developed a signature style that incorporates meticulously applied layers of oil paint with text, repeated symbolic iconography, and abstract patterns to create complex works which gradually reveal her personal exploration of representation, memory, and the human experience. The artist will be present for the opening reception on October 22 from 6-8 pm.

Jean Benoit Pouliot:Artist in Residence

Unsettling Images

In its essence, my work revolves around different formal issues, such as composition and how the spectator reads an image. My paintings focus on the contrasts arising between what is organic and what is geometric. The composition of my work generally consists of several layers that generate subtle push-and-pull effects.

I recently started using some of my paintings to explore the potential trajectories of an image. Given the numerous filters that synthesize and compress the information by which we understand the world, I seek to explore the space that exists between physical and virtual reality (or between the object and its representation). By shifting, deforming and digitally modifying these images, I will examine how a painting undergoes several transmutations. Furthermore, the process through which visual information is continuously synthesized applies not only to images, but also to other spheres of our society. As such, it is undoubtedly fertile ground for further exploration.

The Candle - Museum Frieder Burda

The Museum Frieder Burda in Baden-Baden/Germany is holding an exhibition devoted to the motif of the candle in 20th and 21st century art. Starting with one of the most important works in the Collection Frieder Burda, the ´Kerze´ (Candle) by Gerhard Richter from 1982, paintings, sculptures and installations from important museums and galleries around the world, as well as works gathered from private collections, will be shown to illuminate the motif of the candle in greater detail.

Max Beckmann in New York

Opening October 19, 2016, the exhibition Max Beckmann in New York at The Metropolitan Museum of Art will put a spotlight on the artist´s special connection with New York City. It will feature 14 paintings that Beckmann created while living in New York from 1949 to 1950, as well as 25 works, dating from 1920 to 1948, from New York collections. The exhibition assembles several groups of iconic works, including self-portraits; mythical, expressionist interiors; robust, colorful portraits of women and performers; landscapes; and triptychs.

The uncanny home in the Kunstmuseum Bonn

The transformation of the home from familiar safe haven into a place both alien and uncanny is one for which art has found a host of haunting images. From the late nineteenth century onward, these images formed part of the history of the interior as a genre, providing vivid proof of how scenes of everyday life and domestic bliss increasingly became scenes of angst and imperilment.

The Modernist crisis that cast doubt on the identity and coherence of the subject eventually infected the one realm that had hitherto counted as safe, namely the subject´s own home, which to a subject alienated from the self was itself bound to become alien.

Seeing with the Inner Eye Masterpieces from the Hegewisch Collection

Paying tribute to his exquisite selection of drawings and prints, in 2016 the Kunsthalle is dedicating a memorial exhibition to the deceased Hamburg collector Klaus Hegewisch (1919-2014). Under the title Seeing with the Inner Eye, the show compiles highlights of his activities as a collector in the Harzen Cabinet, our new gallery for the presentation of drawings and graphic works. As suggested in the title, the topic of immersion into the inner world serves as a reference point, a notion subtly touched upon in self-portraits from Rembrandt to Beckmann, or more explicitly expressed in master engravings such as Dürer’s Melencolia (1514).

Caravaggio’s Heirs - Baroque in Naples

This exhibition will bring together works of renowned and lesser-known masters to make visible the artistic development of an entire epoch in all its prolific diversity. For the first time, the German public will be able to view Italian-Spanish Baroque painting in the context of its opposing currents and the genuine competition among its artists – beginning with the innovative style of Caravaggio (1571—1610) to the gradual development of a pronounced local tradition and culminating in the synthesis embodied in the sensuous paintings of Luca Giordano (1634—1705) and Francesco Solimena (1657—1747). Visitors will enjoy the exceptional diversity of religious and mythological themes, as well as still lifes and allegories that shape the narrative of this particularly fascinating century.

Otto Dix - The Isenheimer altarpiece

To mark the 125th anniversary of the birth of Otto Dix and the 500th anniversary of the Isenheim Altarpiece, which provided the artist with an inexhaustible source of inspiration, the Musée Unterlinden is presenting its first major exhibition of modern art since its reopening.

From 8 October 2016, the Musée Unterlinden will pay tribute to Otto Dix (Gera-Untermhaus,1891 – Singen,1969) with a remarkable exhibition bringing together over one hundred works, including exceptional loans from major public collections (the Musée national d’art moderne in Paris, MoMa in New York, the Vatican Museums and the Kunstmuseums of Stuttgart, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Chemnitz, Dresden…), as well as private collections.

Pashmin Art Gallery

With an experience of a quarter of a century, Pashmin Art Gallery possesses a wide range of associations in world of art with artists, galleries and museums. The gallery began its exhibitions with contemporary artists in 1990 and expanded its work with classic modern masters. The recent focus on globalization of art lead Pashmin Art Gallery to present artists from five continents, while it is aware of significant cultural differences between them all.

Pashmin Art Gallery

Gotenstr. 21

20097 Hamburg


Tel.: +49 (0) 40 / 23 64 43 68

Fax: +49 (0) 40 / 23 64 43 68


Krinzinger Projekte

KRINZINGER PROJEKTE, the project space of the renowned Gallery Krinzinger  located in the 7th District of Vienna, offers emerging international artists a platform to present their work.

Krinzinger Projekte

Schottenfeldgasse 45,

1070 Vienna,


Tel.: +43.1.5133006

Fabrik der Künste

The Fabrik der Künste (Factory of the Arts) was called alive as a new institution for various artistic events in Hamburg five years ago. Horst Werner, manager of the Fabrik der Künste, has rebuild the old manufacturing and warehouse rooms complex and design-oriented. The five hundred square meters of the exhibition space are used for art projects such as exhibitions, concerts, cultural festivals, theater and readings. It is financed by private sponsors and donations, given to the Stiftung Fabrik der Künste GmbH.

Fabrik der Künste

20537 Hamburg

Kreuzbrook 10/12

Tel.: +49(0)40-86685717

Lisson Gallery

Lisson Gallery was founded in 1967 by Nicholas Logsdail. It was one of a small number of pioneering galleries in the UK, Europe and the United States to champion a generation of artists who were transforming the way art was made and presented, focusing on the idea or concept behind an artwork over expressive or descriptive aims.

Lisson Gallery

52-54 Bell Street

London, NW1 5DA, United Kingdom

29 Bell Street

London, NW1 5BY, United Kingdom

Via Zenale, 3

20123 Milan, Italy

241 Eldridge Street

10002 New York,

Tel.: +44(0)20-75353462

Museum des beaux arts: La Boverie

The Museum of beaux arts, La Boverie is located at the Parc de la Boverie, No. 3, 4020 Liege, Belgium. Le palais des Beaux-Arts opened for the first time in 1905, to celebrate the Universal Exhibition organized in Lieges, in the center of the parc of La Boverie. This building is inspired by the Royal Museum of Central Africa in Tervueren. During the first five decades after the first opening, this palace was used for temporary exhibitions, before turning into a big Museum. The museum has undergone different phases of renovations and extensions in years. It was closed for 5 years from 2011 to 2016. And then 111 years after its foundation, it was reopened on 5th May 2016 with a grand exhibition entitled ´´En plein air´´ (Open Air) which runs till 15th August 2016.

Tel : +32 4 238 55 00


Post Code: 4020 Liege

Address: Parc de la Boverie

Website: La Boverie

Museum of Contemporary Art Beijing (MoCA Beijing)

The Museum of Contemporary Art Beijing (MoCA Beijing) is located at the Art Center Park, Da Xing Zhuang No. 500, Songzhuang Town, Beijing.

The Art Center Park encompasses nearly fifty acres of creativity and activity space bringing forth a natural, quiet, and peaceful environment.

MoCA Beijing is committed to the exchange and promotion of contemporary art. It was formed so as to develop the state of contemporary art in a systematic and extensive way focusing on academia, literature, and exhibitions to foster interaction and integration from multi perspectives and levels to cooperate with one another.

Every year MoCA Beijing collaborates with other international museums and holds three to five exhibitions and a nomination show by independent curators. MoCA Beijing also organizes the collaboration of international artists and a platform for academic and information exchange.

Link: MOCA


Kiasma - Museum of contempory art

Kiasma is a museum of contemporary art situated in Helsinki, Finland. Its primary role is to educate the public on contemporary art and to strengthen the status of art in Finland in general.​ Kiasma is under the umbrella of the Finnish National Gallery. ively cultural centre and meeting place, Kiasma is the place for pleasure and experience. A diverse, changing programme allows the museum to reach different audiences. Kiasma and the art it exhibits often stimulate lively discussion in which the museum too is an active participant. The debate is open to everyone, whether it takes place in Kiasma or on some of its many online forums.The story of Kiasma building began with an architectural design competition in 1992. The winner of the competition was American architect Steven Holl with his entry entitled Chiasma. The name Chiasma was changed into its Finnish form, Kiasma. The opening of the museum was celebrated in May 1998.

Kiasma - Museum of contempory art


Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma Mannerheiminaukio 2, FIN-00100 Helsinki,

Finland Info & Theatre tickets +358 (0)294 500 501

Exchange +358 (0)294 500 200

Fax +358 (0)294 500 503


MAXXI - Museo Nazionale Delle Arti Del XXI Secolo: Information

MAXXI is the first national museum dedicated to contemporary creativity. It was opened in May 2010 and is managed by a private foundation part of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Activities and Tourism. MAXXI produces and hosts art, architecture, design and photography shows, as well as fashion, movies and music projects, theater and dance performances, meetings with artists, architects and some of the leading contemporary figures. 

Museo Nazionale Delle Arti Del XXI Secolo 

MAXXI Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo via Guido Reni, 4A - via Masaccio, 6 00196 - Roma, Italy

Museo Nazionale Delle Arti Del XXI Secolo


MAXXI Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo via Guido Reni,

4A - via Masaccio, 6 00196 - Roma, Italy

Call Center +39 06 32810 

Information und Reservierung von Bildungsaktivitäten +39 06 3201954

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