Goetz Collection

Oberföhringer Straße 103
81925 Munich

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Take the Subway U4 to "Richard-Strauss-Straße". Change here for bus # 188 (direction Unterföhring, Fichtenstraße) to bus stop "Bürgerpark Oberföhring".

Take the streetcar # 16 or # 18, or bus # 54 or # 154 to "Herkomerplatz". Change here for bus # 188 (direction Unterföhring, Fichtenstraße) to bus stop "Bürgerpark Oberföhring".

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Goetz meets Falckenberg
November 04, 2005 – April 30, 2006 | Falckenberg Collection, Hamburg

„As part of this program, I am now very happy to be able to present works from the Ingvil Goetz Collection. As a person and as a collector, Ingvild Goetz is characterized by the qualities of tolerance and openness, but also by her rigor and consistency. We both agree that instead of being a show of strenght, the exhibition in Hamburg should feature artists and works that enter into dialog with each other.“
Harald Falckenberg

At regular intervals, Harald Falckenberg invites other collectors to show works from their collections, either alone or alongside works from his own collection, at his exhibition space in the former Phoenix Works in Hamburg-Harburg. In the past, he has hosted the collections of F. C. Gundlach and Klaus Lafrenz, both from Hamburg, as well as the collections of Wilhelm Schürmann from Aachen and Anton Herbert from Ghent. For the Goetz meets Falckenberg exhibition, 100 works from the Goetz Collection and 75 works from the Falckenberg Collection were selected by Zdenek Felix, former director of the Deichtorhallen, who is thoroughly familiar with both. The curator’s aim was not simply to showcase the highlights from each collection, but to present diverse artistic positions in dialogue with one another in order to give an insight into the contradictions and divergences in contemporary art. At the same time, the exhibition also underscored some of the commonalities shared by the artists, as well as the singularity and individuality of the two collections.

Francis Alÿs, Emmanuelle Antille, Richard Artschwager, Matthew Barney, John Bock, Werner Büttner, John Baldessari, Nicole Eisenmann, Tracey Emin, Valie Export, Georg Herold, Andreas Hofer, Sarah Jones, Mike Kelley, Toba Khedoori, Karen Kilimnik, Martin Kippenberger, Abigail Lane, Erik van Lieshout, Jonathan Meese, Bjarne Melgaard Sarah Morris, Cady Noland, Manuel Ocampo, Albert Oehlen, Tony Oursler, Laura Owens, Manfred Pernice, Raymond Pettibon, Neo Rauch, Daniel Richter, Matthew Ritchie, Thomas Scheibitz, Dirk Skreber, Ena Swansea, Tal R, Sam Taylor-Wood, Thomas Zipp