The exhibition concept of the DASMAXIMUM museum is designed to be permanent: "One artist, one space, forever," is the credo of museum founder Heiner Friedrich. The aim is to give visitors the opportunity to come back again and again and see the works of art at different times of the day and year, in different weather and light conditions. DASMAXIMUM is thus deliberately turning against a fast-paced exhibition culture and, in contrast, wants to enable intensive viewing and observation, the immersion in a single work of art. For this reason, there are no temporary exhibitions at the museum location in Traunreut. Nevertheless, there are treasures slumbering in the rich collection that are to be made accessible to the public. On the one hand, this is achieved through generous loans, and on the other, through numerous exhibition collaborations with renowned art institutions.
THE INSCENTED PROVOKATION, PHOTOGRAPHS BY HEIDE STOLZexhibition at the Städtische Galerie Traunstein in cooperation with the DASMAXIMUM Foundation, Traunreut, June-July 2013A contribution to the Upper Bavarian Culture and Youth Culture Days 2013 HEIDE STOLZ -...
Curated by Alan Jones, in collaboration with Gallery Brigitte Schenk Cologne Palazzo Donà Dalle Rose, Venice, 2011 Publication: Verlag für Moderne Kunst, Nürnberg
Under the patronage of His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, the Sharjah Art Museum is pleased to present Considering Dynamics and Forms of Chaos; two parallel solo exhibitions of Angela Bulloch's and Maria Zerres' works, brought together under one title and framed by the notion of . . .
A satellite project of the DASMAXIMUM Foundation will take place in Polling near Weilheim starting on May 16: once the site of a flourishing Augustinian canon's monastery, one of the few remaining professorial buildings by Johann Michael Fischer (1692-1766) has been given a new use as an exhibition building there after extensive restoration. This summer, in cooperation with the MAXIMUM, large-format landscape watercolors by the American artist Joa Baldinger will be shown here.
One of Flavin's largest light works, Untitled (to Ksenija), is on view in the Kunstbau of the Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus Munich until September 7, 2014. Flavin developed this expansive installation two years before his death for the opening of the Kunstbau, designed by architect Uwe Kiessler, in 1994. Art patrons Heiner and Philippa Friedrich donated this outstanding work to the Lenbachhaus in memory of their parents, with the stipulation that it be shown at regular intervals. In it, Flavin takes up the architectural conditions and lends . . .
With the DASMAXIMUM KunstGegenwart Foundation, art patron Heiner Friedrich donated an art collection of international standing to the Chiemgau region. His father Harald Friedrich had founded the Alzmetall company in Altenmarkt after the war and produced the "Spatz" small car in the 1950s on what is now the museum site in Traunreut. In his private life, too, he had a passion for noble vehicles. A small selection from Harald Friedrich's classic car collection, including the Spatz and . . .