A Matter of Pure Form. Constructivist-concrete Art from the Weishaupt CollectionInstallation View “A Matter of Pure Form” with works by Richard Paul Lohse and Max Bill; Photo: Daniel Scheffold
23.10.2022 - 18.06.2023
Triangle, rectangle, circle or line: our current exhibition brings together works of art that are based on geometrical shapes and that thus at first sight seem to be only matters of pure form. But this exhibition from the collection of Siegfried and Jutta Weishaupt shows that these works are not at all based only on formal routines, and that approaches to basic mathematical forms using various techniques and artistic concepts can be very diverse. A work by Piet Mondrian from the 1920s stands for a radical abstract and geometrical pictorial More >More >
Caution Reconstruction. 23rd Triennial Ulm Art
01.07. - 12.11.2023
For the second time in the long history of the Ulm Art Triennial, the Kunsthalle Weishaupt is making its premises available for this exhibition under the motto “Caution Reconstruction”.
The title of the exhibition, which will take place on the first floor of the Kunsthalle weishaupt, is based on the construction work in the Ulm Museum that will begin in 2023, the use of space in which will be significantly changed by the conversion of four buildings within the museum complex. “Caution Conversion” would like to open up scope for creative imagination, inspire the testing of new forms of expression and awaken the desire for artistic experimentation.
Artists who were born, live or work in Ulm or Neu-Ulm, in the Alb-Donau-Kreis or in the district of Neu-Ulm were invited to submit works of art until March 5, 2023 and to participate in the 23rd Triennale Ulmer Kunst, a cooperation project of the Kunstverein Ulm e.V., the BBK – Ulm e.V., the Artists’ Guild Ulm e.V., and the Museum Ulm.
Dynamic. Movement in the Collection
01.07. - 12.11.2023
Wave patterns, mirror surfaces, flickering light or dancing bodies: movement can become visible to us in many different ways. The Kunsthalle Weishaupt shows artistic positions from the Siegfried and Jutta Weishaupt Collection, which take up this theme in different forms. With works by Jürgen Klauke, Brigitte Kowanz, Robert Longo, Heinz Mack, Jean Tinguely and others.