Exhibitions & Schedule (Selection)
see also : All Exhibitions
3,17,2013 (Opening 11.30 h) − 4,28,2013 | “Tüte und Banane“Show together with Thomas Baumgärtel
3,6, (Preview) − 3,10,2012 | One Artist Show | "Hybrid City" | Galerie Rothamel (Erfurt,Frankfurt )
DavisKlemm Gallery , Wiesbaden
2,3,2013 − 4,13,2013 | Group Show
Galerie Kunstblick, Balingen
3,3,2013 − 3,3,2013 | Thitz Solo Show (Coop. Kunsthaus Fischer Stuttgart.)
Contemporary Istanbul Art Fair (TR)
11,22,2012 − 11,25,2012 | Galerie Edition Purrmann
H Gallery Art Cargo ATHENS
11,25,2012− 2,12,2012 | Group show in Athens at Fix Brewery with Art Cargo Gallery Athens | Curator.A Dikeoulia
Neue Kunst Gallery, Karlsruhe
11,10,2012− 1,9.,2013 | Thitz Solo Show
11,1 − 11,4,2012 | Thitz ONE ARTIST SHOW | Neue Kunst Gallery
Kiaf , Korea international Art Fair, Seoul (Korea)
9,13− 9,17,2012 | ONE ARTIST SHOW | Gallerie Erhard Witzel, Davis-Klemm Gallery
Galerie Biesenbach (Reitz), Cologne
9,7− 10,16,2012 | Thitz exhibition "urban developments | Opening at 7.9.2012
Galerie Neuheisel Saarbrücken
8,2− 9,12,2012 | Thitz exhibition "sustainable cities" |Opening at 8, 2,2012
Art Bodensee (Austria)
7,13 − 7,15 | Art Fair with Neue Kunst Gallery
Gallerie Mollwo,Basel (Switzerland)
6,2 − 7,15, 2012 |Urban visions | During Art Basel the Gallery opens from 10 am – 7 pm
Chungdamn Art & Center, Seoul (Korea)
4,12 - 5,2,2012 | Thitz "Art saves the world" | Exhibition in private Museum and collection, Seoul | Curator: Mr. Seunghyun Zhang | Catalog | In cooperation with Galleries Witzel+DavisKlemm
Incontro Galerie Eitorf (D)
3,18 − 4,21,2012 | Thitz Solo Show
ART KARLSRUHE 2012
3,7 − 3,11,2012 | ONE-ARTST-SHOW | Galerie Rothamel Erfurt,Frankfurt
Kunst und Literaturverein Dill-Lahn e.V.
2,19 - 3,4,2012 | THITZ Museum exhibition and Bag-Art Project | "Menschen und andere Tüten "
Galerie Alex Schlesinger, Zürich (CH)
12,1,2011− 1,5,2012 | Thitz Exhibition "New Series"
Kunsthalle Arnstadt (Germany)
1,15,2011− 2,27,2011 | Museum Exhibition Thitz Catalogue
Museum Offenburg, städtische Galerie
10,30,2010 − 1,16,2011 | Show of the Museums Collection Offenburger Kunstsammlung (with Thitz)
Herakleidon Museum Athens GREECE
6,3 − 8,14,2010 ┃Thitz Exhibition and Bag-Art Project ┃ Org: Clean Up Greece
Anhaltinische Gemäldegalerie Dessau (D)
4,24,2010 − 6,6,2010 ┃ Thitz Museumexhibition and Bag Art Project ┃ Catalogue Edited by Kerber Verlag
Museu de Arte de Londrina, BRASIL
9,12− 9,30,2009 ┃ Museums Exhibition with Bag Art Project ┃ Benefitz Fundraising for Giovane Elber Assc. building schools and helping Children in the Favelas of Londrina.
more exhibitions please see:
Chungdamn Art Collection & Center, Seoul (Korea)
Museum Goch: Return of the "Elevator-man" of Thitz
In the year 2000 Thitz painted the 12 m long work for his huge museums exhibition with bag-art-project at the Museum Goch.
The painting in the glass elevator now had to be restored . A new fabricated replica will since now replace the original painting.
This painting will now be part of the museums collection.
Opening Event and Press meeting:
At October 4, 2012 at 9.00 h.
at Oktober,5 ,2012at 7,30pm Event with the Mayor of Goch.
since Oktober,6, 2012the "elevator man " is once more open for visitors of the museum .
Dr. Stephan Mann
Kastellstraße 9 .
D - 47574 Goch
Tel:: 02823 9708 - 11 Fax: - 25
Kunsthalle Arnstadt (Germany)
Bags in Arnstadt
15. January - 27. February 2011
The Opening was at 15. January 2011 at 19.30 h
Curators: CEO of the Museum Dorsten Klauke and Art Historican Dr. Jörk Rothamel
The Thitz-Catalogue "Bags and Miracles" and Edition „New York“ were available.
Angelhäuser Straße 1
Phone +49 - 3628 - 660857
In Cooperation with Galerie Rothamel, Erfurt
Photo: Thitz,Berlin 2011, Acrylic and Bags on Canvas , 120 x 100 cm .
and Installation views .
Museum Herakleidon, Athens (Greece)
Herakleidon, Athens (Greece) " Marathon around the world "
3.6.2010 − 14.8.2010 Bag Art Exhibition by Thitz
The opening of the exhibition took place at the Herakleidon Museum (16th Herakleidon str.,Thissio) on Thursday 3rd June at 20.00 hours in the presence of the artist.
Laudatio and greetings :
Mr. Guy Feaux de la Croix , from Embassy of Bundesrepublick Deutschland
Mr. Nikos Kontoprias, Director of Museum Herakleidon;
Mrs. Irini Komnimou, greek Ministy of Culture
Mr. Spyros Zacharis, Mayor of Marathon (Photo)
Mr. Spyros Mercouris, President of the network of european Cultural Cities (Photo)
Mrs. Maria Polizou, Marathon Champion and Director of the Marathon Run Museum (Photo)
Mrs. Carla Baer Manolopoulou, President Clean up Greece/Eco Art Festival
The Thitz Exhibition at the Herakleidon Museum the Art “Marathon around the World” was organized by the Environmental Organization “CleanupGreece”
The exhibition was supported by the Greek Ministry of Culture and under the auspices of the German Embassy in Athens.
The bag is Thitz's trade mark and it is a surface for his painting, an important component of his collages, and, over and again, a herald from foreign lands and cultures.
With the bag, the artist travels the world. In the framework of this year’s Eco Art Festival Athens, this vision is specified for the rescue of nature, culture and peace. It’s a strong message that is carried by Thitz's “runner” specially painted for his individual exhibition in Athens.
Museum Herakleidon, Athens (Greece)
16 Herakleidon St., Thissio
118 51 Athens
+30 210 34 61 981 | firstname.lastname@example.org |
Museum Hours : Tue-Sat 13:00-21:00 | Sun 11:00-19:00 | Monday - closed
Visitors with interest to purchase works of Thitz in Athens, please do not hesitate to contact :
Anhaltische Gemäldegalerie Dessau
Anhaltische Gemäldegalerie Dessau
April 25, 2010 until June , 6, 2010
THITZ Exhibition and Bag Art Project in the well known Museum of the state
Anhaltische Gemäldegalerie Dessau
Catalogue edited by Kerber Verlag www.kerberverlag.com ISBN 978-3-86678-406-2
Opening at Orangerie des Schlosses Georgium at April 24, 6 pm .
Over 1000 painted bags from the citizen of Dessau were integrated in the Installation by THITZ.
A lot of people did write political messages on their bags like "save our Theater" or "no cuts in cultural institutions".
After that was published by the local press- Cultual minister and other politicians did call for a discussion event in the exhibition.
"In the 1994 ’Chabola City’, a shabby hut becomes a palace growing skyward, which has more in common with Cologne Cathedral than with the poor quarters on the outskirts of our cities. Thitz lends dignity to the forgotten slums, so curiously deserted.Our reality is ambivalent. Appearances are always deceptive; the artist sets out to expose them. ’Puschkin- allee‘, a 2010 Berlin picture, is comparatively calm. An autumnal mood pervades the visual web. And embedded in the fine branching of the trees we discover messages from the artist. Banal phrases, echoes of people in the urban space: ‘wisdom’, ‘artist cell phone’, ‘global’, ‘freedom’, or ‘prosperity 6000 km’. Viewers hesitate, look for explanations in the picture, and are left alone with their endeavours. Thitz does not resolve the puzzle of his pictures. The world as he sees it is too complicated, too complex for a one-dimensional explanation. Thus the phrase ‘Art saves the world’ from the same picture is wishful thinking, a vision, a wonderful idea. We write our own story about it."
Dr. Stephan Mann Director Museum Goch
Anhaltische Gemäldegalerie Dessau
in Cooperation with Galerie Rothamel, Germany
Photo: Painting "Hamburg 2111 , 180x140cm ,2010 and Installation view
Museu de Arte de Londrina - Brasil
projecto de arte com sacolas – Brasil
Museum exhibition at the Museu de Arte de Londrina in Brazil (500 km from Sao Paulo). For the “Brazil Bag Art Project” I am working with the kids of the Favela Franciscata . The children are painting on tote bags, which then will be part of the Installation at the Museum. The Installation and Exhibition will be published in a catalogue and then go to other Museum Exhibitions in Europe. With the project we are supporting the Giovane Elber foundation which organizes schools and education for the children of the Favela.
(Please check the web page for donations: www.giovane-elber-stiftung.de)
He has invited dozens of peaple to decorate these bags, a remarkable series of individualized promises. They show us states of well-being and experiences which the creators of these images wish us. I see in them signals of human solidarity which have become ever the more important in our times of crisis. But it is for us to accept these wishes and to fill these forms with content.
Start spreading the news ! Guy Féaux de la Croix 2008 (Vice Consul of the Federal Republic of Germany in Athens)
Thitz, o pintor alemão e artista internacional, está conduzindo uma de suas ações de “Sacolas artísticas” em Londrina/Brasil!
projeto interativo de sacolas artísticas, inicializado pelo Museu de Arte de Londrina, em cooperação com Giovane Elber, apoiando a escola Pestalozzi de Londrina, Giovane Elber Stiftung.
Museu de Arte de Londrina,
Rua Sergipe 640
Esquina com a Avenida Rio de janeiro,
centro, Londrina – PR.
Tudos os sacolas se tornarán parte de uma exposição e instalação
criada pelo Thitz no museu, e você estará cordialmente
convidado a participar da exposição que será aberta em
12 de setembro de 2009.
O evento encerra em 26 de Setembro.
Juntamente com as sacolas do thitz as obras serão vistas em
São Paulo e em várias exposições na Europa .
The B.A.G. "Bag Art Global" Tour
The international exhibition Tour starts early !
At the art Fairs in Spain "Arte Puro"Vigo 2007 and at Turkeys metropolis ISTANBUL Contemporary art fair 2007 the first works of the "Bag Art Global" series were exhibited. The big Museumshow at the Cultural center of Athens shows a main part of that series and objects, the huge Outdoor-Bag-Sculpure and a new conceptual art project. The show was curated by Mrs. Angela Dikeoulia (Galerist) .
The "Bag Art Global" Tour will lead him from 2008 on to Brazil, Seoul, Madrid, Istanbul, Miami, Toronto, New York, London. etc
Since about 1989, the Thitz works with bags. The painted Thitz Bag has taken also another, conceptual significance: The bag as a means of communication and Installation.
Towns and Cities, like Grenchen (Switzerland) Goch, Siegen, Karlsruhe, and Offenburg (Germany), Miami or Athens were comprehensively covered by bag projects, i.e. sometimes the “interrogative” bag were sent even to every household. The high extent of participation was just as surprising as the answers themselves. In Athens, 1000 bags were finally to be seen at the Gallery. 3000 bags, filled and decorated, made it back to the famous museum "Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe" during the big Thitz-Show last Year.What may be crucial for the individual’s open-mindedness is the individual message and thus the personality behind it, regardless of the person’s socio-cultural environment or his proceeding country.
Normally the results of the bag art projects were shown in the form of an Installation by Thitz in one room of the Museum during the exhibition of his other works.In one of Austria's most beautiful Art-installation-spaces at the Franziskaner-Church in Feldkirch the installation took the form of an huge 7m diameter sphere.
The so-called "globalization" in all means is one of Thitz favourite art-subjects. His first world-installation was a wooden 4 m diameter construction during an exhibition of the art academy in Stuttgart 20 Years ago. Since then the subject "world" was a running thread between Thitz conceptual art, installations and paintings. The book "Die Thitz Welt" 2004 shows a good résumé of that.
Thitz travels over the world since his studies at the "Fakultad de bellas Artes" at Barcelona, Spain. Then he collects bags and painted impressions. Also the meetings with the people are part of the conceptual process. . The impressions of different cultures, people and countries do directly take influence in his artwork, installations, objects and paintings. Over several years he developed his own theory of an individualized globalization.
Bag Art Global - Series:
are showing forth clear messages of that theories. People of all colours (even blue and grey ones) live together in his "Bag Cities" . Not all of them are happy, some are looser at the mostly colourful and joyful world of Thitz metropolises. Nevertheless his paintings try to show the more positive side of our world without ignoring the other darker part. Thitz always implemented political messages in his work. One may find clear statements like "EAT CO2" or "Peace" in the paintings but also hidden in the fine drawings some riddles like "better Wilhelm than George W."
Thitz work is part of the international Art Scene since Years.
With his recently developed series of " painted cities"- he presents a new and unique statement of painting itself. That series was first presented at the famous "Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe". There also appeared the new book "painted cities". Never touched by fashionable "Schools" or techniques, but rather by the cultures of countries and people he met at his voyages, his paintings are now really unique. And thus are easily recognizable by collectors and curators at exhibitions and Art Fairs.
The paintings are also part of his conceptual art projects (Bag Art Projects) which are realized through Museums in different cities (e.g. Athens, Miami, Grenchen (Switzerland) and Feldkirch(Austria). Parts of the answers may later be found in the paintings. Communication is one of the most important parts of his work. His newest projects lead him once again around the world.
The "bag art global" tour will show his work in at least 9 countries from Tokyo and Spain to Brazil, Istanbul and USA (Miami, New York) .
Thitz paintings are found in several Museums, (e.g.; Karlsruhe, Siegen, Offenburg, Miami(USA), Grenchen(CH) ) and recently also in important private collections as Museum Frieder Burda (Baden Baden), Sammlung Würth (Künzelsau) and Deutsche Bank (Frankfurt)
Thitz is never "normal" neither "traditional" nor "modern" - he one of the few "really original" artists in the contemporary Art Scene.
Exhibition „Bag Art“ at Cultural Centre of the City of Athens
by Guy Féaux de la Croix ATHENS (Vice Consul of the State Bundesrepublik Deutschland)
Paintings and objects by Thitz
A most natural reaction when entering an exhibition is for a visitor to place an artist and his creations into the landscape of our own very personal experience. It is very rare to see works of art which seem without precedence, isolated form the steady and continuous flow of art history. Have we seen works like Thitz's before? This afternoon, I finally stopped torturing my brain to squeeze out the name of an American artist of Caribean origins.
In fact I do see Thitz work well integrated into a stream of contemporary art. And yet, I hasten to add that he takes a lead in that field, because he does it particularly well, with great skill and depth of analysis and creative mission.I suppose, if we were to choose a label, we might see Thitz against the background of new pop art revival. We do see familiar elements in his reflection of the attributes of our consumers' society, which like CocaCola bottles, Cambells' soup tins or Brillo boxes became the celebrated objects of the popart movement in the 80's of the 20th century. The integration of textual material was also a characteristic of the move¬ment.
And yet, I personally felt, when coming to see Thitz's paintings earlier today, that they had reached another level of reflection: The spiral seems to have moved up one or two levels of conciousness. Objects and messages of our consumer world no longer appear as isolated idols , but very much so as elements of a more complex scenery. They now have become elements of networks, cityscapes. The attributes of modern popular culture belong no less to the structural matrixes of the metropolis than architectural walls and fassades.Paris, I feel tempted to sing to you one of my favourites Parisian chansons: Sous le ciel de Paris s'envole une chanson, oui oui:If, for example we regard for a monent the painting showing us the River Seine flowing under a bridge. we do recognize the Pont de la Mairie. But the walls of the city and the message have moved in to create a much denser environment than we would actually find around the original. We, being all of us Paris lovers, I presume, are familiar with the scene, and yet Thitz reminds us that our world has changed, that beyond architectural traditions, our city scape, new meanings have entered the stage to determine our collective existence.We recognise the obejects of Pop art, and yet they seem, if once, in the 20th century, they had been presented to us with an air of tranquility and reass¬urance, they now reappear in a much more nervous context. For how much longer will resources be available to produce all of these wonderful modcons?
Modcons which have rendered our lives so much easier, it seemed? Pop world revisited is a world under great pressure. It is a world of of resource scarcity and allocation. How could New Pop art not be an art reflecting these existential concerns, an epoch of crisis and, we must fear, conflict? New Pop comes with some sweet memories, but on board is also an even greater sense of urgency.In this painting I was pleased to see a Challagian figure floating through the sky, a reference if not a reverence to the centrality of the human individual in earlier periods of modern art.New York, another city of my life, there truly I did it my way:Start spreading the news,'I 'm leaving today,I want to be part of it, New York, New York ... (singing)
Thitz was in New York on 9/11. He is now presenting to us a panorama of Manhattan, which we do recognise and yet a different picture. The twin towers of the World Trade Center are gone. Timidly, it seems, a new freedom tower may sprout from the rocky ground of Manhattan Island. The famous skyline is represented in a rather moderate way. What we see, above all, is the reemergence of the people. They are no longer hidden inside their rabbit cages, but they are looking at us seeking to communicate with us, us, their brethren in a globalised world.
In this Thitz is a protagonist of a much wider stream of contemporary art, which is the reemergence of the human individual and of human collectives as the focal point of artistic creation. The human and humanity are back in town, in art. It seems that in new pop art the hu¬man is reinstalled back into his place, which classically speaking is his as of right. The human, and ...humanity.Speaking of the human place in art, I feel that the time has come to walk on a few steps to a painting which reflects Thitz's personal perception of Athens.
Artistic expression in classical ages reached an amazing variety of forms and contents. But surely in the 5th century B.C. they had in common a concentration of analysis and expression on the human body. And I should hasten to add: on the human mind, and soul. The painting which Thitz has collaged in the centre of Athens may well be by the one by Raphael possibly showing Saint Paul, possibly also Saint James, maybe in a fictitious way even Platon or his spirit. Philosophy for sale? Is this the state of Athens in our times? In classical Athens the „philosophy for sale“ was a very sensitive issue. Platon and his academics despised the sophists for offering their wisdoms for money. And yet, I personally find in the teachings of sophists like Protagoras an insight into human existence which often seems more realistic than the idealisms of the academy. There is surely no less truth in art than in rationality.The classical age opened the spectrum for defining human identity between the poles of rationality and irrationality, logos and mythos, philosophy and the arts. The Acropolis, like no other monument, bears witness to this dialectic which has especially set the stage for the evolution of European identity. In contemplating the artworks created by Thitz we may become particularly conscious of these our roots.
Thitz, a painter, but also a thinker. Thinking is very clearly and obviously an important source of artistic creation. I firmly believe that great art works regularly reflect brilliant minds, the intelligence of the creator. Intelligence for me is a measure to distinguish good art from rubbish. But then it is also true that art is a powerful source of intelligence, of logical and philosophical thinking, even though less conspicuously than is the influence of logical thinking of art. If it is less evident, this follows logically from the fact that the impact of art can¬not be expressed in terms of the logos, only in the idiom of art.BagArt. A characteristic trend of renaissance paintings were the vanities, paintings reminding the onlooker of his mortality and admonishing him to live his life accordingly, to embrace the nearness of death as his guidance.
In BagArt Thitz represents not vanities, but opportunities. The various images on his bags seem like promises, even though empty promises. Thitz' bags are, however, an appeal to all of us that we must not succumb to the prefabricated promises of our supermarkets' and discounter world. He has invited dozens of Athenians to decorate these bags, a remarkable series of individualized promises. They show us states of well-being and experiences which the creators of these images wish us. I see in them signals of human solidarity which have become ever the more important in our times of crisis. But it is for us to accept these wishes and to fill these forms with content.
Start spreading the news !
(part of the speech at the opening of the exhibition)
The catalogue of 60 pages was produced by the City of Athens, including essays written by: Sophia Daskalaki - Mitilineou, President of the Cultural Organization of the Municipality of Athens , Mrs Carla Baer Manolopoulou, President of Clean up Greece and Mr Christos Michalopoulos, Art Critic
All paintings of the former Museum exhibition at "Cultural Center of the City of Athens" will go to "ART CARGO " Exhibition 4.6.- 18.6.2008 in Athens . 43 international Artists mainly of Germany and Greece were selected by Kurator Mrs. Angela Dikeoulia and shown in huge storage halls - exhibited just during the daily work in teh other halls. Catalogue.
Artists: Markus Luepertz, Thitz, Thomas Baumgaertel,S.M. Bastian,Moritz Goetze, Jean-Ives Klein, Franziska Schemel, Amalia Theodorakopoulos, Annette Hilbrecht, Αngelina Voskopoulou, Anke Bauer, Bernd Schwarting, Christos Ponis, Dimitrios Psicas, Efi Funck, Frederic Bootz, Gerd Mackensen, Guenter Beier, Ioanna Efthimiou, Ioannis Mavrikakis, Karin Jarausch, Kostas Dikefalos, Michael Franke,Nicos Kouroussis, Nikos Floros, Oliver Jordan , Paula Lakah, Paul Kouroussis-Thubten Dawa Loday, Penelope Gatsas, Robert Weber, Rolf Zimmermann, Ruediger Giebler, Sarah Morin, Siegfried Kaden, Stefan Budian, Stelios Gavalas, Stelios Sarros, Takis Kozokos, Tassos Bouras, Thanasis Lalas, Ulrike Kappler, Vassilis Kalantzis, Villy Makou, Yannis Stavrou, Yannis Tzortzis
Group Photo (f.l.):Vice Consul of Bundesrepublik Deutschland Guy Feaux de la Croix, Georg Dimopoulos Vice Mayor for environment of Athens, Organisator Karla Baer Manolopoulou (Clean up greece) , Curator Angela Dikeoulia
Miami Children’s Museum
THITZ started the "Miami Bag Art Project" on December 6 ,during Art Basel Miami December at the Miami Children’s Museum. The first children created their own art-bags together with Thitz and Mrs.Maria-Anna Alp (Alp Galleries New York) and with the help of the teachers of the Museum. The first "Art-definition-Bags" were hanged at the installation space in the entrance Hall of the Museum.
Some Paintings of Thitz are exhibited since December 8, at the "Art Gallery" of the Museum.
December 7, - 10, Project Information at the "Art Kids"–playground of the Miami Children’s Museum at Art Basel Miami Beach. The children have time in December to create on their bags, their proper definitions of art.
THITZ will be back in Miami on January 3. All the recollected bags will be intecreated, in the installation at the Museum . On January 4rd, will be the opening of the presentation and the exhibition of Thitz work at the Museums "Art Gallery".
The Exhibition of some of Thitz recent paintings and the installation closes at January 15th , 2007
Miami Children's Museum , 980 MacArthur Cswy., Miami, Fl. 331325
Special thanks go to the Miami Childrens Museum and the Sponsors for supporting the Project, Exhibition and presentation at the Museum and the Art Basel Miami .
from Thitz and Alp Galleries
The projects in Miami are organized through Alp Galleries,New York.
Alp Galleries, New York
291 Seventh Ave. 5 th Floor, New York, NY 10001
Phone (212) 206 -9108, www.alpgalleries.com
Miami Children’s Museum
980 Macarthur Cswy., Miami, Florida 33132
Exhibition at the Museum "Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe"
This Museum is one of the two oldest Museum Buildings in Germany. That means an Exhibition of Thitz Paintings in this place could be seen as another big step forward. Thitz shows his recent series of paintings. The "painted Cities" one may see cithitzens and "bag citys " from Sydney to Paris - from New York to Hong Kong. The new Book "Painted Cities" (124 Pages Hardcover) appears to the exhibitions in the "Childrens Museum Miami an the "Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe". Available at the Museum are also Thitz- postcards, Thitz-puzzles and naturally Thitz-Bags.
The so called "Bag art Project" will invite all children of Karlsruhe to create their own definition for Art - on (or in) BAGS. Over 6000 Thitz-Bags were distributed in the city. All returned- painted or designed bags will be shown at the museum in November.
The exhibition of Thitz paintings : 12.5.2006 until 29.10.2006
Together with the Installation of the project from 10.11.2006 until 12.12.2006
Exhibition in the Museum at 600 qm (!) Space " Kulturforum" 20.1.2006 - 19.2.2006.
The painting "Paris" 200 x 140 cm, 2006 was purchased by the Museum an will be shown at the "Museum im Ritterhaus "
Info-Tel.: 0781-82 2577
Museum im Ritterhaus, städtische Galerie Offenburg
The huge painting "Paris " was purchased by the museum.
Galerie Alex Schlesinger, Zürich, Switzerland
5.5. - 10.6.2006
This extremely beautiful exhibition is always worth a visit ! Of the new "painted cities" series there are shown several works of " Paris" and "Zürich" but also a huge "Hongkong" painting and several smaller canvases. This is the second exhibition of Thitz in this reknowed Gallery. The Gallerist will show Thitz work in swiss artfairs as well as in international fairs.
Galerie Alex Schlesinger
Telefon: +41 43 233 92 93
Fax: +41 43 233 92 93
Exhibition and Bag-Art Project in ATHENS (GR)
Thitz in Athens - Exhibition and Bag-Art Project
Was filmed by 4 TV Companys
Interviews of the artist, the Mayor of Kiffissia Nikos Chiotakis and the german Vice Consul Franz Josef Kremp were shown as well as impressions of the exhibition and the Bag-Art-Project.The famous TV Star Makis Triandafilopoulos became a new fan of Thitz work. He bought his first "Thitz" and was one of the first participants of the Athens Bag-Art Project.
Exhibition from 5.5.2005 until 5.6.2005
"Art and Environment"
Thitz realised one of his famous "Bag Art Projects"
in the city of Athens, at 5.6. in central
parc of Athens in presence of the Mayor of Athens.
In cooperation with the Environmental Organization:
Clean up Greece, Athens www.cleanupgreece.org.gr
Gallery Mrs. Angela Dikeoulia 5.5.2005 -5.6.2005
Exhibition and Bag-Projekt: "Art and Environment"
Ag. Dimitriou 14
GR- 14562 Athens- Kifisia
(+30) 210 801 2212
Stuttgart, Benefits Event and Exhibition at Sparda Bank Headquarter
Opening with Ex-Prime Minister Lothar Späth and TV - Show
At 30. November 2004
Live TV Show in the SWR News with :
Dr. Lothar Späth,
Herzog Carl von Württemberg and
Prof. Peter Voß (Intendant SWR)
5 min Film over the Exhibition and Thitz .
Moderation SWR Andrea Müller.
TV-Film „portrait of the artist Thitz“ (SWR, 6min, Regie: M.Klug,)
Laudatio by Mr. Dr. Stephan Mann (President Museum Goch) .
In exhibit were over 100 Art Works (most of them were sold : )
One painting of THITZ was sold in favor of the benefits Organization "Herzenssache"
GALLERY GUIDE - NEW YORK
June/July/August 2004 Page 32 NY Chelsea
Global Bag Art; Cities of the world
Thitz loves people, cities and bags, his painted collages stand for fun and vitality. On exhibit are recent works from New York and Shanghai at Alp Galleries, 291 Seventh Avenue, 5 th floor, New York 10001 NY, 212 2069108 fax 212 2069058. Email: Alp.email@example.com. tues-fri 11-5 and by appointment. June 25 , - Aug 28
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Alp Galleries New York