YOUNG AND WILD. THE 1980s IN MUNICH

Last year‘s publication of the catalogue accompanying the exhibition „young and wild – The 1980s in Munich“ at the Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste München was the start of the van de Loo Foundation funding activities. The exhibition was curated by Marie-José van de Loo and Selima Niggl presenting tendencies of painting during the 1980s through the perspective of Otto van de Loo. It showed works by Hans Matthäus Bachmayer, Dietrich Bartscht, Miriam Cahn, Gunter Damisch, Martin Disler, Franz Hitzler, Leiko Ikemura, Siegfried Kaden, Gustav Kluge, Max Neumann and Helmut Sturm.

jung und wild. Die 1980er Jahre in München

ed. by Marie-José van de Loo and Selima Niggl in cooperation with Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste

with a preface by Michael Krüger and Winfried Nerdinger and an introduction by Selima Niggl

The catalogue can be ordered through the foundation for the price of 23 €.

 

YOUNG AND WILD. THE 1980s IN MUNICH

Last year‘s publication of the catalogue accompanying the exhibition „young and wild – The 1980s in Munich“ at the Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste München was the start of the van de Loo Foundation funding activities. The exhibition was curated by Marie-José van de Loo and Selima Niggl presenting tendencies of painting during the 1980s through the perspective of Otto van de Loo. It showed works by Hans Matthäus Bachmayer, Dietrich Bartscht, Miriam Cahn, Gunter Damisch, Martin Disler, Franz Hitzler, Leiko Ikemura, Siegfried Kaden, Gustav Kluge, Max Neumann and Helmut Sturm.

jung und wild. Die 1980er Jahre in München

ed. by Marie-José van de Loo and Selima Niggl in cooperation with Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste

with a preface by Michael Krüger and Winfried Nerdinger and an introduction by Selima Niggl

The catalogue can be ordered through the foundation for the price of 23 €.

 

YOUNG AND WILD. THE 1980s IN MUNICH

Last year‘s publication of the catalogue accompanying the exhibition „young and wild – The 1980s in Munich“ at the Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste München was the start of the van de Loo Foundation funding activities. The exhibition was curated by Marie-José van de Loo and Selima Niggl presenting tendencies of painting during the 1980s through the perspective of Otto van de Loo. It showed works by Hans Matthäus Bachmayer, Dietrich Bartscht, Miriam Cahn, Gunter Damisch, Martin Disler, Franz Hitzler, Leiko Ikemura, Siegfried Kaden, Gustav Kluge, Max Neumann and Helmut Sturm.

jung und wild. Die 1980er Jahre in München

ed. by Marie-José van de Loo and Selima Niggl in cooperation with Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste

with a preface by Michael Krüger and Winfried Nerdinger and an introduction by Selima Niggl

The catalogue can be ordered through the foundation for the price of 23 €.