To follow pick lists you need to be logged in.
OK
menu

Menu

Back

Moving Energies

Press release


Moving Energies

Etel Adnan, Ellen Altfest, Diane Arbus, Georg Baselitz, Willi Baumeister, Joseph Beuys, Guillaume Bijl, Carl von Blaas, Michael Borremans, Jonas Burgert, Peter Brüning, Carl Gustav Carus, Johann Anton Castell, Ouyang Chun, William N. Copley, Carroll Dunham, Albrecht Dürer, Nicole Eisenman, Sylvie Fleury, Claire Fontaine, Sam Francis, Katharina Fritsch, FORT, Bernard Frize, Gama, Jeanno Gaussi, Tomoo Gokita, Gotthard Graubner, Katharina Grosse, Uwe Henneken, Rachel Howard, John Isaacs, Anselm Kiefer, Anton Edvard Kieldrup, Gustav Kluge, Karin Kneffel, Imi Knoebel, Norbert Kricke, Klara Kristalova, Carl Robert Kummer, Alicja Kwade, Thomas Lerooy, Julius von Leypold, Marcin Maciejowski, Ewald Mataré, Vilhelm Melbye, Richard Müller, Ernst Wilhelm Nay, Richard Oelze, Paul Outerbridge Jr., A.R. Penck, Elizabeth Peyton, Johann Georg Pforr, Germaine Richier, Daniel Richter, Gerhard Richter, Pipilotti Rist, Carl Abraham Rothstén, Mark Ryden, Tom Sachs, Moritz Schleime, Emil Schumacher, Thomas Schütte, Dana Schutz, Norbert Schwontkowski, Eric Serritella, Cindy Sherman, Fred Thieler, Gokita Tomoo, Günther Uecker, Timm Ulrichs, Paloma Varga Weisz, Jorinde Voigt, Gottfried von Wedig, John Wesley, Tom Wesselmann, Fritz Winter, Antoine Wiertz, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Ni Youyu, Xu Yihui


10 years me Collectors Room Berlin: This anniversary will be celebrated from 29 February to 17 May 2020 with an exhibition that takes a highly personal look into both, the activities of the foundation and the Olbricht Collection.

Flows of energy pass through us, moving us, our world, and everything in our universe. Thomas Olbricht has often also described his experience and life with art as a flow of energy that he likes to share with as many people as possible. Our art space in fact took its name after this wish of his: moving energies – me Collectors Room Berlin.

MOVING ENERGIES, or energy flows resulting from the interplay of diverse objects, genres and epochs, also characterize the eclecticism of the Olbricht Collection. Exhibits, which include model fire engines, Art Nouveau objects, romantic landscape paintings, designer furniture, African wood sculptures, stamps, globes and Old Masters still life paintings as well as the Renaissance and Baroque objects of the Wunderkammer and, above all, Contemporary Art. These objects are united in the collector’s private rooms. French Art Nouveau vases are grouped before of a romantic sunset painting by Carl Robert Kummer; Ewald Mataré’s sculptures are bundled on the shelf next to an abstract colour explosion by Katharina Grosse; and Baroque carved objects are presented against the backdrop of a black and white film still by Cindy Sherman. Some of these seemingly idiosyncratic compositions make up the collector’s highly subjective universe.