locations

The gallery is located in a spacious, light-flooded exhibition hall with four different exhibition rooms on more than 500 m² in Munich’s Kunstareal, one of the most important cultural locations in Europe with its multitude of museums and galleries as well as its proximity to the city centre. The building was designed in 1925 by the renowned architect Max Littmann (1862-1931), whose work had a significant impact on the city of Munich.

schellingstrasse 48
80799 munich

tue–fr 11 am – 6 pm
sat 11 am – 4 pm
and by appointment

A large exhibition space with a sculpture garden is located in the Bogenhausen district.

ismaningerstrasse 51
81675 munich

by appointment

The permanent exhibition is dedicated to the print work of Günter Fruhtrunk (1923-1982), one of the most influential geometric-abstract artists of the twentieth century. He created a dynamic formal language with vector-like, diagonal lines whose alternating colours are arranged rhythmically, thus transforming the basic idea of Constructivism into a colourful world of images. The works of the Op-Art artist still possess a modern, contemporary aesthetic today. The new exhibition rooms offer an impressive selection of Fruhtrunk serigraphs.

amalienstrasse 22
80333 munich

thu+fr 2 pm – 6 pm
sat 12 pm – 4 pm
and by appointment

The gallery is located in a spacious, light-flooded exhibition hall with four different exhibition rooms on more than 500 m² in Munich’s Kunstareal, one of the most important cultural locations in Europe with its multitude of museums and galleries as well as its proximity to the city centre. The building was designed in 1925 by the renowned architect Max Littmann (1862-1931), whose work had a significant impact on the city of Munich.

A large exhibition space with a sculpture garden is located in the Bogenhausen district.

The permanent exhibition is dedicated to the print work of Günter Fruhtrunk (1923-1982), one of the most influential geometric-abstract artists of the twentieth century. He created a dynamic formal language with vector-like, diagonal lines whose alternating colours are arranged rhythmically, thus transforming the basic idea of Constructivism into a colourful world of images. The works of the Op-Art artist still possess a modern, contemporary aesthetic today. The new exhibition rooms offer an impressive selection of Fruhtrunk serigraphs.

schellingstrasse 48
80799 munich

tue–fr 11 am – 6 pm
sat 11 am – 4 pm
and by appointment

ismaningerstrasse 51
81675 munich

by appointment

amalienstrasse 22
80333 munich

thu+fr 2 pm – 6 pm
sat 12 pm – 4 pm
and by appointment

gallery

Walter Storms

After his course of studies in art history and archeology, Walter Storms established his gallery in Munich’s Kaulbach Street in 1977. Shortly after the opening, the gallery quickly established its international reputation by committing in particular to Italian artists, such as Marco Gastini and Giuseppe Spagnolo, as well as to artists in Eastern Europe, such as Magdalena Jetelová and Roman Opalka, and by discovering yet unknown artists of the time, Albert Hien and Michael Wesely to mention just two of them. 

Twenty years later the gallery moved to a larger space, i.e. to the representative gallery villa which included a sculptural garden in the Bogenhausen neighbourhood. The focus of the gallery is especially set on artists such as Ulrich Erben, Rupprecht Geiger, Raimund Girke, Gotthard Graubner, Otto Piene and Günther Uecker and also, concerning a younger generation, Roland Fischer and Peter Krauskopf.

In 2009 the presentation and storage facilities were considerably enhanced by a 500 square metre exhibition hall in the Maxvorstadt neighborhood. The first exhibit there presented Sean Scully.

In the past, the gallery participated in the art fairs ARCO Madrid, Art Basel, Art Chicago, Art Frankfurt, Shanghai Art Fair. Since 36 years we have been showing at Art Cologne and in 2019 we will be taking part in Art Berlin and Art Dubai as well.

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