Vernissage Merging Munich

On the 6th December 2018 my series Merging Munich was unveiled at Gerhard Meir Salon.

It was an exciting evening with interesting people who all came to the centre of Munich to have a look at my unusual visions of this city.

As this series deals with images that are visions or seem like a dream, I was intrigued by the interpretations the visitors had about my work. One woman told me that the image Monopteros [Winter] (2016) reminded her of a memory of her adolescence, spending the night in this spot.

I am happy to say that a few images are already sold and are inspiring people in their homes on a daily basis.

If you missed the Vernissage and would like a tour of the images, get in touch!

And if you enjoy Vernissages, there is talk of a Finissage - leave me a message if you want to receive an invitation.

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Paris - Festival des Idées de la Sorbonne

Im November 2018 wurde mein Bild “La Ruelle” in Paris gezeigt.

Im Rahmen des Festival des Idées (veranstaltet von der Sorbonne Universität) zeigte das Projekt “Fear in the City” Bilder die Menschen mit Angst in der Stadt in Verbindung bringen. Es wurden gedruckte Bilder in der Gallery EP7 gezeigt. Aber auch außen an der Fassade der Gallerie wurden Bilder auf riesigen LED Panels gezeigt.

Mein Bild La Ruelle könnt Ihr unten links im Bild sehen.

Paris war sehr aufregend, nicht nur, dass das Bild in dieser Stadt so zentral gezeigt wurde. Es war auch besonders, weil meine Familie hier früher gelebt hat und ich an meinem Projekt “Demi/Halb” arbeiten konnte.

Invitation to the Vernissage of Merging Munich

Kind invitation to the Vernissage of Merging Munich!

When? Thursday, December 06, 2018 at 19:00

Where? Salon Gerhard Meir, In the courtyard of Ludwigpalais

Ludwigstraße 8, 80539 Munich

Come on over and let us drink together!

Merging Munich

Max Heimann arrives in Munich in 2016 as a "Zugroaster". The abundance of impressions of the new city is overwhelming, they seem to overlap. Heimann begins to record several such impressions with the help of multiple exposures on the same piece of analogue photo film. Like in a dream - where the everyday mixes with desires, feelings, and itself - he playfully emulates the subconscious mind into the waking state.

This creates new, fantastic sceneries. The pictures seem alien and yet familiar - for “Zugroaste” as well as inhabitants.