Remembering - Erinnern 1945 - 1995

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Entartete Kunst, 1995 Offset Lithography Size 50 X 66,5cm On 59,4 X 84 Cm © Courtesy of OMC Gallery
Untitled, 1995 Serigraphy 59.4x84cm © Courtesy of OMC Gallery
Remembering - Erinnern 1945 - 1995
Curated by: Rolf Goellnitz

7561 Center Avenue #32
Old World Village
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
August 5th, 2012 - November 3rd, 2012
Opening: August 5th, 2012 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

orange county
By Appointment ONLY
serigraphy, wood cut, offset lithography, silk screen, etching or mixed media, photography, conceptual, figurative, modern


Please note:
Between August 6 and October 31, OMC Gallery will be opened by Appointment, only!


“Erinnern - Remembering” 1945 - 1995

A Portfolio of Graphic Artwork by International Artists
Published by Edition Klaus Staeck

In 1995 celebrating the 30th anniversary of his publishing house, Klaus Staeck asked a group of renown artists to provide print artwork to be combined in an edition of 35 portfolios + a few A.P.

The content of the work was supposed to reflect the 50th Anniversary of the End of WWII and was titled: ‘Erinnern - Remembering 1945 - 1995’.

The work of 20 artists got included in the portfolio. Using different techniques like, serigraphy, wood cut, offset lithography, silk screen, etching or mixed media, the different contributions delivered an impressive document of skills and meaningful document of Contemporary Art.

Participating Artists:

Thomas Bayerle
Carl Friedrich Claus
Felix Droese
Bogomir Ecker
Jochen Gerz
Guenter Grass
Joachim Jansong
Astrid Klein
Rune Mields
Michael Morgner
Max Neumann
Olaf Nicolai
Nam June Paik
A.R. Penck
Sigmar Polke
Katharina Sieverding
Klaus Staeck
Rosemarie Trockel
Guenther Uecker
Emilio Vedova

An additional print by Emil Schumacher ("2/1995, 8.Mai" (1995)
Etching (Number and/or edition: 4/45)
was made available as well, but due to its oversize not included in the portfolio.

All 21 pieces are been exhibited in completion for the first time in California.

The exhibition will be opened with a Reception on Sunday, August 5, 4 to 6PM.