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2 November 2015
Interview: Dr. Rolf Schenk and Daniel Schenk in interview with Christopher Griebel at "Müchner Stadtrundgang" in MunichTV.
"Kunst in der Residenzstrasse"
28 March 2015
20 November 2014
Interview: Dr. Rolf Schenk and Daniel Schenk in the interview with Christopher Griebel at the "Stammtisch" in Munich-TV.
(Link to view the interview)
23 July 2014
On the occasion of the exhibition „Blaues Haus und Gelber Klang – Wassily Kandinsky und Alexej Jawlensky in Murnau“ in the Schloßmuseum Murnau, Kunstsalon Franke-Schenk is delighted to loan the work „Winterlandscape near Fuessen“ (from 1905) by A. Jawlensky to the museum.
The exhibition will be on view at Schloßmuseum Murnau from 24 July to 2 November 2014.
18 May 2014
Exhibition: „Max Liebermann – the Hedgerow Gardens“
As a result of the original restored hedgerow gardens in Max Liebermann’s garden at lake Wannsee, the Liebermann-society has arranged the exceptional exhibition „Max Liebermann – The Hedgerow Gardens“
Kunstsalon Franke-Schenk has contributed to this exhibition by loaning their pastel, „Rose garden in Wannsee“ by Max Liebermann, to the Liebermann-society.
The exhibition will be running at the Liebermann-villa at Wannsee, Berlin, from 11 May until 31 August 2014.
The exhibition is extended until 6 October 2014.
15 March 2014
Jawlensky at Wiesbaden Museum
On the occasion of Alexej v. Jawlensky’s 150th birthday, the Wiesbaden Museum is hosting the large exhibition „The Jawlensky Horizon. Alexej von Jawlensky in the Refelction of his artistic Encounters 1900-1914“.
Kunstsalon Franke-Schenk is delighted to loan the work „Still Life with Napkin“ (1906) to the museum.
The exhibition will be on view at Wiesbaden from 14 February to 1 June 2014.
15 March 2014
100 years Kunstsalon Franke-Schenk
Volume II of our cenetary exhibition catalogue is now available, among others with works by Jan Brueghel the Elder, Lovis Corinth, Jakob Philipp Hackart, Alexej von Jawlensky, Max Liebermann and Christian Rohlfs.
Browse our catalogue (link) and let the works speak for themselves.