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Doing good through art

This is what Darmstadt-based artist and author Eberhard Malwitz has decided to do with his intention to sell a large part of his artwork in favour of our foundation.

To kick off this great project, he will give a lecture on Thursday, 16 May 2024 at 19:00 entitled “Über Krieg und Kunst (On War and Art)”, based on his book “Donnerkeile”.

In this book, he has documented memories of the last years of the Second World War and his growing up in the post-war period, capturing many events – from memory – in drawings. He will be showing some of these works on this evening and will also be talking about his artistic work throughout the lecture.

Venue of the event: Künstlerhaus Ziegelhütte, Kranichsteiner Straße 110, 64289 Darmstadt (https://künstlerhaus-ziegelhü

The first exhibition of Eberhard Malwitz’s project will take place on 25 and 26 May 2024 as part of the spring festival, also at Künstlerhaus Ziegelhütte.

A larger exhibition will take place on 20 September 2024 in the Designhaus on the Mathildenhöhe in Darmstadt, parallel to the reopening of the restored exhibition halls and the celebrations of the World Heritage Site.

Eberhard Malwitz’s oeuvre comprises over 2,000 works, mainly small-format drawings and watercolours, but also sculptures made of ice, collages and large photos on aluminium dibond.

We are enthusiastic about the artist’s project and would be delighted if you would like to gain a first impression of his multifaceted oeuvre by attending the lecture and/or exhibition at the Künstlerhaus Ziegelhütte and support this extraordinary project by purchasing one of his works.

On the homepage you will find a catalogue with a selection of his extensive work.


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