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post-title František Kyncl | 13 | Galerie aKonzept | 25.11.-12.12.2020

František Kyncl | 13 | Galerie aKonzept | 25.11.-12.12.2020

František Kyncl | 13 | Galerie aKonzept | 25.11.-12.12.2020

František Kyncl | 13 | Galerie aKonzept | 25.11.-12.12.2020

until 12.12. | #2925ARTatBerlin | Galerie aKonzept and Raphael Lévy show from 25th November 2020 the solo exhibition “13” with the artist František Kyncl.

13 corresponds to the number of works by František Kyncl that will be shown in the gallery aKonzept. The oldest of these works dates from 1965, when František Kyncl, born in the Czech Republic in 1934, was still in Prague. 1966 the artist had the opportunity to spend a short time in Austria and Italy, where he had an important encounter with the work of Lucio Fontana. In 1969 a Czechoslovakian court found him guilty of having fled the republic and sentenced him to prison in absentia. Kyncl left Austria and fled to West Germany, living first in Essen and later in Düsseldorf, where he lived until his death on 14 July 2011.

To the exhibition catalogue

Exhibition period: Wednesday, 25. November – Saturday, 12th December 2020

To the Gallery



Image caption: František Kyncl, Ohne Titel, 1969, Tusche auf Papier, rückseitig signiert und datiert, 30,5 x 30, 5 cm

Exhibition Frantisek Kyncl – Galerie aKonzept + Raphael Lévy | Zeitgenössische Kunst | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin


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