Works in collections

Deutscher Künstlerbund, logo

Deutscher Künstlerbund, Berlin, DE – digital video archive

The Deutscher Künstlerbund sees itself as an association of visual artists who, with respect for the work of the other, are committed to the interests of all colleagues.


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European Commission, Representation in Luxembourg, LU

As the official voice of Europe, the mission is to explain the European policy to the citizen, to make Europe more understandable to the citizen and thus to bring it closer.


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Evangelische Akademie im Rheinland, Mülheim an der Ruhr, DE

The Academy is an institution of the Protestant Church in the Rhineland.


Stiftung imai - inter media art institute, Düsseldorf. Logo.

imai Foundation, Dusseldorf, DE

The archive of the imai Foundation comprises some 3000 artistically and documentarily valuable works that give a broad overview of the development of video art: from its pioneering days in the 1960s to the present day.


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Kunstmuseum Ahlen, DE

The Kunstmuseum Ahlen is building up its own art collection since 2006. The collection includes about 2000 works from early modern, constructivist and contemporary art.


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Kunstpalast, Dusseldorf, DE

The Kunstpalast’s Collection of Prints and Drawings holds drawings, watercolours, prints and book illustrations on paper and parchment from eight centuries.


Kanton Zurich, logo

Kunstsammlung des Kanton Zürich, Zurich, CH

The Art Collection of the Canton of Zurich is a unique contemporary document of regional art creation.


Letzebuerg City Museum, logo

Letzebuerg City Museum, Luxembourg, LU

The treatment of socio-cultural topics in a historical perspective in the form of exhibitions with accompanying educational programs on topics that currently move a diverse audience.


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Olbricht Collection, me Collectors Room, Berlin, DE

The Olbricht Collection is one of the most extensive private collections in Europe and encompasses works from the early 16th century all the way to the most recent contemporary art.