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Foto: Max Ernst arbeitet an einem Wandgemälde für die Corso-Bar Foto: Aussenansicht des Max Ernst Museums Brühl des LVR Foto: Eine Kinderführung durch die Schausammlung im Wechsel Foto: Eine Ansicht der Schausammlung im Wechsel Foto: Foyer des Max Ernst Museums Foto: Ein Kind schaut sich in der Schausammlung im Wechsel Bilder von Max Ernst an Foto: Eine Aussenansicht des Fantasie Labors des Museums Foto: Ein Besucher in der Schausammlung im Wechsel vor einer Plastik von Max Ernst Foto: Hinweis zur Buchungsmöglichkeit Online Tickets Man sieht das Key Visual der Ausstellung mit einer leuchtend violetten Pixelstruktur und einer digitalen Landschaft von David Alabo im Hintergrund.

Photo: LVR-Zentrum für Medien und Bildung / Dominik Schmitz


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Exhibition »Surreal Futures«

Exhibition from August 27, 2023 until January 28, 2024

The project, with contributions from nineteen countries, brings the currentness of Surrealism to life in interactive video works, virtual and augmented reality artworks, hybrid installations, digital collages and multimedia performances.

Memo Akten | David Alabo | Aya | Tim Berresheim | Tega Brain, Julian Oliver, Bengt Sjölén | Viktor Brim | Imran Channa | Louisa Clement | Paul Duncombe | Jake Elwes | Justine Emard | Cao Fei | Cyprien Gaillard | Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg & Sascha Pohflepp | Katherine Melançon | Kasia Molga | Michael Namingha | Isadora Neves Marques | Michela Pelusio | Sabrina Ratté | Johanna Reich | Tabita Rezaire | Louis-Philippe Rondeau | Doug Rosman | Maxime Rossi | Camilo Sandoval | Tristan Schulze | Transmoderna | Theo Triantafyllidis | Jessi Ujazi | Pinar Yoldaş


The Max Ernst Museum Brühl des LVR is the only museum dedicated to the life and work of the seminal artist, image poet, and cosmopolitan Max Ernst (1891–1976). The collection spans 70 years of one of the most important, versatile, and fascinating artists of the 20th century. Numerous paintings, drawings, frottages, and collages let visitors immerse themselves in the fantastic worlds of Max Ernst’s images and demonstrate his boundless inventiveness. Visitors can also look forward to seeing a unique collection of more than 70 bronze castings and sculptures. Another heart piece of the collection are the 36 "D-paintings".These works were originally painted as gifts to the artist’s fourth wife, Dorothea Tanning – a fellow artist who was a part of his life for more than three decades.


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