Created 11 years ago as a gallery without a fixed location, Galerie Max Mayer has since become an integral part of Düsseldorf?s cultural landscape. In 2020 the gallery moved to the historic Schmela Haus built in 1971 by the Dutch architect Aldo van Eyck. The building in the Mutter-Ey-Straße, made of raw pumice concrete blocks, not only handles the exhibition spaces in a playful way, but also offers excellent sound. Recordings are now released under the title of the gallery?s new publishing house: Mutter-Ey-Press(e). ?Mother? Johanna Ey was a proto-gallerist and prominent figure in the Rhineland art scene at the end of the 19th century until after the second world war.
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