Christmas Show/ Weihnachtsausstellung at Stiftung Starke Löwenpalais Berlin
Opening, Saturday, 4th November 6pm
more info: https://stiftungstarke.de
I am delighted to announce that my artwork “Eagle Nebula” will be featured at the Christmas exhibition hosted by the Starke Foundation this year.
The Löwenpalais, situated in Berlin-Grunewald, is the grand and majestic home of the Starke Art Foundation. The neo-baroque-style villa, adorned with two stone lions on the facade, was named after these magnificent creatures. The architect Bernhard Sehring designed the Lion Palace, and he also created the Theater des Westens and the Delphi-Palast cinema building in Berlin, among other notable projects. The villa was originally built in 1903 for the Imperial Cellar Master Habel, but in 1930, it was transformed into luxurious apartments. Famous artists and scholars resided here until the 1960s, including film star O.W. Fischer, publisher Ernst Rowohlt, conductor Sergiu Celibidache, Horst Buchholz, and American singer Gladys Kuchta.
Achim Stübe, Alina Maria Schütte, Almud Moog, Andrea Cataudella, Andrea Harborth, Andrea Imwiehe, Andrea Nagel, Anita Staud, Anne Wölk, annhoff, Antonia Duende, Antonius, Astrid Roeken, Beat Presser, Bernadette Arnaud, Bernadette Schweihoff, Bettina Weiß, Betty Stürmer, Bianka Timpe, Birgit Maaß, Boriana Pertchinska, Burchard Vossmann, byautumnlily, Carola Göllner, Carsten Iltsche, Catrin Welcher, Chico Sierra, Chris Firchow, Christiane Grasse, Christine Bonnen, Christoph Bartolmaes, Christoph Damm, Claudia Chaseling, Cornelia Gosselke, Dagmar Gerlach, Danielle Scott, Danit, Dolores Flores, Doreen Bolze, Doris Teufert, Dr. Michael von Hirschheydt, Egon Helmut Walter Freiherr von Rudow, Elena Franke, Eleni Groszer, Fia Yang, Fidels Daughter, Franco D. Sosio, Georg Jenisch, Georges Roux, Gerd Foragné, Gerd Schmitt, Gertie Honeck, Gisela Berk, Gita Kurdpoor, Giuliana Del Zanna, Gunay Shamsi, Gustav von Hirschheydt, Harold Smith, Hassan Taheri, Heike Mardo, Helga Tawakkoli, Henriette Simon, Ila Wingen, Inna Artemova, Irene Anton, Isaiah Lee, Ivano Pellecchia, Jörg Kuplens, Jürgen Kellig, Katerina Belkina, Katja Hoffmann, Kerstin Wüstenhofer, Klaus – Uwe Seelmann, Kwnza Humphrey, Lara Minerva, Larissa Nod, Lukas Diemer, Målin Walter, Mané Wunderlich, Manfred Niepel, Mara Wagenführ, Marek Benczewski, Maria Volokhova, Marianne Gielen, Mariella Ridda, Marina Rayzuki, Marius D. Kettler, Marlen Liebau, Martin Wagner, Martina Stock, Masba (Mary Stella de Kohler), Michael H. Rohde, Michael Schackwitz, Milovan Destil Markovic, Mirijam Seelbinder, Mladen Talanga, Monika Berner aka. Monlemon, Monika Tschach, Moon Suk, Nathaniel Bolarinwa, NG, Nicholé Velásquez, Nicole Doth, Nils Müller, Norbert Thiel, Okedoyin Oluwatosin Luli, Patrick Lange, Patrick Lemke, PESCH, Peter Schlangenbader, Petra v. Schmude, Poul R. Weile, Rainer Weidmann, Rapunzel Bräutigam, Regine Jankowski, Rembrandt des Lichts, Ren´ee Strecker, Rene`Cassio Scholz, Richard Stimmel, Roscoe Hall, Ruth Biller, Ruth Spichtig, Sabine Gaudszun, Sabine Mendelski, Samira Freitag, Samira Schäfer, Sara Assadi, Sarah Schultz, Sarita Dey, Sebastian Kommerell, Siegfried Gwosdz, Silvia Noblecilla, Simone Westphal, Sorina von Keyserling, Steffen Blunk, Stephanie Brown, Susanne Kessler, Tanja Wekwerth, Thomas Behrens, Tina Tabatabai, Ulla Ruissalo, Ulrike Sallós-Sohns, Ute Licht, Ute Manoloudakis, Uwe Tabatt, Viktoria R. Müller, Visuman, Vladimir Sichov, Volker Nikel, Wang Lan, William Wires, Wolfgang Nieblich, Zora Volantes
In 1969, Carl Peter Starke purchased the Löwenpalais and divided the property, building his office on the newly created property. His son, Jörg Starke, established the non-profit art foundation Peter Starke Foundation in December 1988, with the Löwenpalais serving as the foundation’s headquarters. The foundation’s exhibition work began in 1990 with the spectacular exhibition “Status of Sculpture.” In 1991, Jörg Starke brought the Japanese-American artist Yoko Ono to Berlin for an exhibition and started a long-term collaboration with her. The Starke Foundation’s projects are scientifically supported by international curators.
The Starke Art Foundation aims to support young, aspiring artists of all genres by providing them with a stimulating and exclusive atmosphere to concentrate entirely on their artistic work and further develop their individual style. The foundation also supports the creative development of cultural workers and fosters exchange between artists. Today, the Löwenpalais houses studios and apartments for artists, as well as exhibition rooms for the foundation’s activities.
If you wish to contact the Peter Starke Non-Profit Foundation, their address is Koenigsallee 30 – 3214193 Berlin. You can reach them by phone at 030 – 825 76 85, by fax at 030 – 825 87 34, or via email at email@example.comWeb. You can also visit their website at http://www.stiftungstarke.de.