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      • Ackermann Franz
        Jun. 01, 2024

        Ackermann Franz

        Est: CHF2,400 - CHF3,000

        Ohne Titel Unten links signiert. Datiert 1991. Gerahmt unter Passepartout Ausrufdatum: 01.06.2024 Ungefähre Ausrufzeit: 13:00

        Auktionshaus Zofingen
      • Franz Ackermann (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit – lebt in Berlin)
        May. 04, 2024

        Franz Ackermann (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit – lebt in Berlin)

        Est: €100 - €200

        Giant Creation (EN/OF 017). 2003. Farbserigrafie auf leichtem Karton. In einer Doppelhülle mit einer LP von Nobukazu Takemura. Am unteren Blattrand mit Bleistift signiert, datiert und nummeriert: Franz Ackermann, 03, 40/100. Blattmaß: 30 x 30 cm. Maße Doppelhülle: 31 x 31,5 cm. Hrsg. von: EN/OF, Nordrhein-Westfalen 2003.

        AaG Auktionshaus am Grunewald
      • Franz Ackermann (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit – lebt in Berlin)
        May. 04, 2024

        Franz Ackermann (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit – lebt in Berlin)

        Est: €100 - €200

        Arena 09. 2005. Lithografie und Fotografie auf Velin. Am unteren Blattrand mit Bleistift signiert, datiert und nummeriert: Ackermann, 05, 54/100. Blattmaß: 69 x 53,5 cm. Hrsg. von: Texte zur Kunst, Berlin 2005.

        AaG Auktionshaus am Grunewald
      • Franz Ackermann (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit – lebt in Berlin)
        May. 04, 2024

        Franz Ackermann (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit – lebt in Berlin)

        Est: €100 - €200

        Arena 09. 2005. Lithografie und Fotografie auf Velin. Am unteren Blattrand mit Bleistift signiert, datiert und nummeriert: Ackermann, 05, 27/100. Blattmaß: 69 x 53,5 cm. Hrsg. von: Texte zur Kunst, Berlin 2005.

        AaG Auktionshaus am Grunewald
      • Franz Ackermann (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit – lebt in Berlin)
        May. 04, 2024

        Franz Ackermann (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit – lebt in Berlin)

        Est: €100 - €200

        Arena 09. 2005. Lithografie und Fotografie auf Velin. Am unteren Blattrand mit Bleistift signiert, datiert und nummeriert: Ackermann, 05, 20/100. Blattmaß: 69 x 53,5 cm. Hrsg. von: Texte zur Kunst, Berlin 2005.

        AaG Auktionshaus am Grunewald
      • Franz Ackermann (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit – lebt in Berlin)
        May. 04, 2024

        Franz Ackermann (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit – lebt in Berlin)

        Est: €200 - €300

        Genußschein, Portikus Frankfurt am Main (never give up). 2000/2001. Farbfotografie rückseitig auf Offset-Druck collagiert. Am unteren Blattrand mit Bleistift signiert, betitelt und datiert: Franz Ackermann, never give up, '01. Passepartoutausschnitt: 28,5 x 20 cm. Unter Passepartout und beidseitig unter Glas gerahmt: 40,5 x 31,5 cm.

        AaG Auktionshaus am Grunewald
      • Franz Ackermann (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit – lebt in Berlin)
        May. 03, 2024

        Franz Ackermann (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit – lebt in Berlin)

        Est: €3,000 - €4,000

        Epicenter I. 2001. Öl auf Leinwand. Verso mit Bleistift signiert, betitelt und datiert: Franz Ackermann, Epicenter I, '01. Bildmaß: 50 x 65,5 cm. In Schattenfuge gerahmt: 53,3 x 68,4 cm. Verso mit einem Etikett der Kunsthalle Basel.

        AaG Auktionshaus am Grunewald
      • Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Billboard II (no one), 2001
        Mar. 07, 2024

        Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Billboard II (no one), 2001

        Est: $10,000 - $20,000

        Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Billboard II (no one), 2001 wood and metal signed Ackermann and dated (verso) 117 x 234 inches. Provenance: Jack Tilton Gallery, New York Acquired from the above by a Private Collection, Miami in 2002 Lot Note: Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963), one of the foremost German artists of his generation, produces paintings, prints, and installations reflecting the social changes of globalization and cultural homogenization. Expressions of modern urbanity and the cheapness of commodified tourism, Ackermann creates fantastical spatial perspectives, frequently larger than life. We are pleased to present to you in this sale No One (2001), an installation work in four distinct lots, which inherently and exquisitely exhibits Ackermann's focus on visual expression of modernity. Each component of No One reflects, teaches and swallows its audience, in a manner reminiscent of Ackermannn’s efforts in Mental Maps, a series combining the factual accuracy of traditional street maps with a personal interpretation of each environment. Untitled (dawn) and Helicopter XIX (the morning) are expansive works on canvas, colorfully disorienting and sharply geometric. As soon as a scene begins to become recognizable, the whole image seems to shift kaleidoscopically. A large sepia photograph, Untitled, becomes deeply intimate with the addition of a draped t-shirt and image of a couple embracing, making the viewer feel as though they are a surprise visitor to an unkempt bedroom. The work is sharply contrasted with Billboard II (no one), a Lichtenstein-esque construction with a swirling pattern in black and white, the verso of which is pasted with Italian political posters and ephemera, dropping the viewer onto a busy city street. Each element of No One is an architectural, metropolitan, and vaguely ominous reflection of Ackermann’s travels and the outside world, as he takes the viewer alongside him through this intensely personal journey.

        Hindman
      • Peak Season (for Parkett 68)
        Oct. 31, 2023

        Peak Season (for Parkett 68)

        Est: €500 - €1,000

        ACKERMANN, FRANZ 1963 Neumarkt-St. Veit Title: Peak Season (for Parkett 68). Date: 2003. Technique: Colour silkscreen on thin card. Depiction Size: 48 x 68cm. Sheet Size: 50 x 70cm. Notation: Signed, dated and numbered. Publisher: Parkett-Verlag, Zurich (publisher). Number: 1/70. Frame: Framed. Condition: Occasional minimal bunpings on the edges. Verso mounted. Otherwise very good condition. With Parkett magazine. "(Ackermann's) subjective anti-maps decompose the territorial order usually associated with various kinds of urban and suburban spaces, willfully corroding the representational protocol of topographical systems, while suggesting that there is always an interconnection between organization and chaos." Joshua Decter, Parkett no. 68, 2003. Article on the work and artist from Parkett edition no. 68. Explanations to the Catalogue

        Van Ham Kunstauktionen
      • FRANZ ACKERMANN (B. 1963) Tastie Break oil on canvas 19 7/8 x 27¾in. (50.5
        Oct. 17, 2023

        FRANZ ACKERMANN (B. 1963) Tastie Break oil on canvas 19 7/8 x 27¾in. (50.5

        Est: £8,000 - £12,000

        FRANZ ACKERMANN (B. 1963) Tastie Break oil on canvas 19 7/8 x 27¾in. (50.5 x 70.5cm.)

        Christie's
      • Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Untitled, 2001
        Sep. 28, 2023

        Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Untitled, 2001

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Untitled, 2001 photograph on aluminum Edition of 3 plus 1 artist's proof 58 1/2 x 117 inches. Provenance: Jack Tilton Gallery, New York Acquired from the above by a Private Collection, Miami in 2002 Lot Note: Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963), one of the foremost German artists of his generation, produces paintings, prints, and installations reflecting the social changes of globalization and cultural homogenization. Expressions of modern urbanity and the cheapness of commodified tourism, Ackermann creates fantastical spatial perspectives, frequently larger than life. We are pleased to present to you in this sale No One (2001), an installation work in four distinct lots, which inherently and exquisitely exhibits Ackermann's focus on visual expression of modernity.   Each component of No One reflects, teaches and swallows its audience, in a manner reminiscent of Ackermannn’s efforts in Mental Maps, a series combining the factual accuracy of traditional street maps with a personal interpretation of each environment.   Untitled (dawn) and Helicopter XIX (the morning) are expansive works on canvas, colorfully disorienting and sharply geometric. As soon as a scene begins to become recognizable, the whole image seems to shift kaleidoscopically. A large sepia photograph, Untitled, becomes deeply intimate with the addition of a draped t-shirt and image of a couple embracing, making the viewer feel as though they are a surprise visitor to an unkempt bedroom. The work is sharply contrasted with Billboard II (no one), a Lichtenstein-esque construction with a swirling pattern in black and white, the verso of which is pasted with Italian political posters and ephemera, dropping the viewer onto a busy city street.   Each element of No One is an architectural, metropolitan, and vaguely ominous reflection of Ackermann’s travels and the outside world, as he takes the viewer alongside him through this intensely personal journey. 

        Hindman
      • Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Billboard II (no one), 2001
        Sep. 28, 2023

        Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Billboard II (no one), 2001

        Est: $40,000 - $60,000

        Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Billboard II (no one), 2001 wood and metal signed Ackermann and dated (verso) 117 x 234 inches. Provenance: Jack Tilton Gallery, New York Acquired from the above by a Private Collection, Miami in 2002 Lot Note: Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963), one of the foremost German artists of his generation, produces paintings, prints, and installations reflecting the social changes of globalization and cultural homogenization. Expressions of modern urbanity and the cheapness of commodified tourism, Ackermann creates fantastical spatial perspectives, frequently larger than life. We are pleased to present to you in this sale No One (2001), an installation work in four distinct lots, which inherently and exquisitely exhibits Ackermann's focus on visual expression of modernity.   Each component of No One reflects, teaches and swallows its audience, in a manner reminiscent of Ackermannn’s efforts in Mental Maps, a series combining the factual accuracy of traditional street maps with a personal interpretation of each environment.   Untitled (dawn) and Helicopter XIX (the morning) are expansive works on canvas, colorfully disorienting and sharply geometric. As soon as a scene begins to become recognizable, the whole image seems to shift kaleidoscopically. A large sepia photograph, Untitled, becomes deeply intimate with the addition of a draped t-shirt and image of a couple embracing, making the viewer feel as though they are a surprise visitor to an unkempt bedroom. The work is sharply contrasted with Billboard II (no one), a Lichtenstein-esque construction with a swirling pattern in black and white, the verso of which is pasted with Italian political posters and ephemera, dropping the viewer onto a busy city street.   Each element of No One is an architectural, metropolitan, and vaguely ominous reflection of Ackermann’s travels and the outside world, as he takes the viewer alongside him through this intensely personal journey. 

        Hindman
      • Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Untitled (dawn), 2001
        Sep. 28, 2023

        Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Untitled (dawn), 2001

        Est: $30,000 - $50,000

        Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Untitled (dawn), 2001 oil on canvas signed Franz Ackermann and dated (verso) 136 1/2 x 109 1/5 inches. Provenance: Jack Tilton Gallery, New York Acquired from the above by a Private Collection, Miami in 2002 Lot Note: Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963), one of the foremost German artists of his generation, produces paintings, prints, and installations reflecting the social changes of globalization and cultural homogenization. Expressions of modern urbanity and the cheapness of commodified tourism, Ackermann creates fantastical spatial perspectives, frequently larger than life. We are pleased to present to you in this sale No One (2001), an installation work in four distinct lots, which inherently and exquisitely exhibits Ackermann's focus on visual expression of modernity.   Each component of No One reflects, teaches and swallows its audience, in a manner reminiscent of Ackermannn’s efforts in Mental Maps, a series combining the factual accuracy of traditional street maps with a personal interpretation of each environment.   Untitled (dawn) and Helicopter XIX (the morning) are expansive works on canvas, colorfully disorienting and sharply geometric. As soon as a scene begins to become recognizable, the whole image seems to shift kaleidoscopically. A large sepia photograph, Untitled, becomes deeply intimate with the addition of a draped t-shirt and image of a couple embracing, making the viewer feel as though they are a surprise visitor to an unkempt bedroom. The work is sharply contrasted with Billboard II (no one), a Lichtenstein-esque construction with a swirling pattern in black and white, the verso of which is pasted with Italian political posters and ephemera, dropping the viewer onto a busy city street.   Each element of No One is an architectural, metropolitan, and vaguely ominous reflection of Ackermann’s travels and the outside world, as he takes the viewer alongside him through this intensely personal journey. 

        Hindman
      • Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Helicopter XIX (the morning), 2001
        Sep. 28, 2023

        Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Helicopter XIX (the morning), 2001

        Est: $30,000 - $50,000

        Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963) Helicopter XIX (the morning), 2001 oil on canvas signed Franz Ackermann and dated (verso) 109 1/5 x 113 1/8 inches. Provenance: Jack Tilton Gallery, New York Acquired from the  above by a Private Collection, Miami in 2002 Lot Note: Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1963), one of the foremost German artists of his generation, produces paintings, prints, and installations reflecting the social changes of globalization and cultural homogenization. Expressions of modern urbanity and the cheapness of commodified tourism, Ackermann creates fantastical spatial perspectives, frequently larger than life. We are pleased to present to you in this sale No One (2001), an installation work in four distinct lots, which inherently and exquisitely exhibits Ackermann's focus on visual expression of modernity.   Each component of No One reflects, teaches and swallows its audience, in a manner reminiscent of Ackermannn’s efforts in Mental Maps, a series combining the factual accuracy of traditional street maps with a personal interpretation of each environment.   Untitled (dawn) and Helicopter XIX (the morning) are expansive works on canvas, colorfully disorienting and sharply geometric. As soon as a scene begins to become recognizable, the whole image seems to shift kaleidoscopically. A large sepia photograph, Untitled, becomes deeply intimate with the addition of a draped t-shirt and image of a couple embracing, making the viewer feel as though they are a surprise visitor to an unkempt bedroom. The work is sharply contrasted with Billboard II (no one), a Lichtenstein-esque construction with a swirling pattern in black and white, the verso of which is pasted with Italian political posters and ephemera, dropping the viewer onto a busy city street.   Each element of No One is an architectural, metropolitan, and vaguely ominous reflection of Ackermann’s travels and the outside world, as he takes the viewer alongside him through this intensely personal journey. 

        Hindman
      • Franz Ackermann (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit – lebt in Berlin)
        Sep. 16, 2023

        Franz Ackermann (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit – lebt in Berlin)

        Est: €160 - €200

        Arena 09. 2005. Lithografie und Fotografie auf Velin. Auf der Vorderseite signiert, datiert und nummeriert: Ackermann, 05, 92/100. Blattmaß: 45 x 60 cm.

        AaG Auktionshaus am Grunewald
      • § FRANZ ACKERMANN (GERMAN 1963-) UNTITLED (EPICENTRE IX; EPICENTRE X; EPICENTRE XI) - 2001
        Aug. 09, 2023

        § FRANZ ACKERMANN (GERMAN 1963-) UNTITLED (EPICENTRE IX; EPICENTRE X; EPICENTRE XI) - 2001

        Est: £3,000 - £5,000

        § FRANZ ACKERMANN (GERMAN 1963-) UNTITLED (EPICENTRE IX; EPICENTRE X; EPICENTRE XI) - 2001 Each signed, inscribed and dated verso, oil on canvas (50.5cm x 65.5cm (19.75in x 25.75in), 50cm x 65cm (19.75in x 25.5in),  50.5cm x 65.5cm (19.75in x 25.75in), unframed) Qty: (3) Provenance: Neugerriemschneider, Berlin, circa 2003. Exhibited: Houldsworth Fine Art, London, 'Chaotic Order,' 10 September 2003 - 15 October 2003; New Art Gallery, Walsall, 'Work From The Frank Cohen Collection,' 20 October 2006 - 3 December 2006.

        Lyon & Turnbull
      • FRANZ ACKERMANN (B. 1963) Epicenter x 2001
        Jun. 29, 2023

        FRANZ ACKERMANN (B. 1963) Epicenter x 2001

        Est: £10,000 - £15,000

        FRANZ ACKERMANN (B. 1963) Epicenter x 2001 signed and dated '01 on the reverse oil on canvas 160 by 130.2 cm. 63 by 51 1/4 in.

        Bonhams
      • Franz Ackermann
        Jun. 17, 2023

        Franz Ackermann

        Est: €200 - €300

        Franz Ackermann 1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit - "Kleine Rundreise" - Lithografie, collagiert mit drei Ausschnitten von Schwarzweißfotografien/Papier. 6/90. 43,2 x 59,5 cm, 54 x 70 cm. Sign. und dat. r. u.: Ackermann '06. Voll ansichtig unter Glas gerahmt (Editionsrahmen). Ungeöffnet. Franz Ackermann studierte in München und Hamburg. Seit 2001 ist er Professor für Malerei an der Kunstakademie in Karlsruhe.

        Das Kunst- und Auktionshaus Kastern GmbH & Co KG
      • Franz Ackermann: "Collapse!"
        Jun. 06, 2023

        Franz Ackermann: "Collapse!"

        Est: €20,000 - €30,000

        ACKERMANN, FRANZ 1963 Neumarkt-St. Veit Title: "Collapse!". Technique: Mixed media on Vellum and photography, mounted on Aludibond. Measurement: 95 x 75cm. Notation: Titled, signed and dated on the frame rear panel lower left: "Collapse!" Franz Ackermann 2011. Frame/Pedestal: Artist's frame. Provenance: - Galerie Neugeriemschneider, Berlin (label) - Private collection Berlin. Explanations to the Catalogue

        Van Ham Kunstauktionen
      • FRANZ ACKERMANN (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit, lebt in Berlin)
        May. 06, 2023

        FRANZ ACKERMANN (1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit, lebt in Berlin)

        Est: €3,000 - €3,500

        "Cooks cottage" Mischtechnik auf Velin. 1998. 19 x 13 cm. Verso unten rechts mit Bleistift signiert "Franz Ackermann", datiert und betitelt. Provenienz: Jay Jopling, London Ackermann ist ein deutscher Maler und Installationskünstler, der sich in seiner Arbeit mit den globalen Folgen des Reisens und des Tourismus, mit Blick auf die Umwelt und die Kommerzialisierung auseinandersetzt. In den 1990er Jahren beginnt er seine Serie "Mental Maps". Diese kleinformatigen Aquarell- oder Gouache-Skizzen entstehen während Aufenthalten und Reisen überall auf der Welt: im Bus, im Hotelzimmer, auf der Parkbank oder im Atelier. Die Papiere zeigen nahezu wirklichkeitsgetreue Architekturansichten, natürliche Ornamentik und kartografische Elemente, vermischt mit abstrakten, leuchtenden Farbflächen und geometrischen Konstruktionen.

        Dannenberg
      • § Franz Ackermann (German 1963-) Untitled (Epicentre XI), 2001
        Apr. 28, 2023

        § Franz Ackermann (German 1963-) Untitled (Epicentre XI), 2001

        Est: £4,000 - £6,000

        § Franz Ackermann (German 1963-) Untitled (Epicentre XI), 2001 signed, inscribed and dated (to reverse), oil on canvas (50cm x 65.5cm (19 5/8in x 27 3/4in), unframed) Provenance Neugerriemschneider, Berlin, circa 2003. Exhibited Houldsworth Fine Art, London, Chaotic Order, 10 September 2003 - 15 October 2003; New Art Gallery, Walsall, Work From The Frank Cohen Collection, 20 October 2006 - 3 December 2006.

        Lyon & Turnbull
      • § Franz Ackermann (German 1963-) Untitled (Epicentre X), 2001
        Apr. 28, 2023

        § Franz Ackermann (German 1963-) Untitled (Epicentre X), 2001

        Est: £4,000 - £6,000

        § Franz Ackermann (German 1963-) Untitled (Epicentre X), 2001 signed, inscribed and dated (to reverse), oil on canvas (50cm x 65cm (19 5/8in x 25 1/2in)) Provenance Neugerriemschneider, Berlin, circa 2003. Exhibited Houldsworth Fine Art, London, Chaotic Order, 10 September 2003 - 15 October 2003; New Art Gallery, Walsall, Work From The Frank Cohen Collection, 20 October 2006 - 3 December 2006.

        Lyon & Turnbull
      • § Franz Ackermann (German 1963-) Untitled (Epicentre IX), 2001
        Apr. 28, 2023

        § Franz Ackermann (German 1963-) Untitled (Epicentre IX), 2001

        Est: £4,000 - £6,000

        § Franz Ackermann (German 1963-) Untitled (Epicentre IX), 2001 signed, inscribed and dated (to reverse), oil on canvas (50cm x 65.5cm (19 5/8in x 27 3/4in), unframed) Provenance Neugerriemschneider, Berlin, circa 2003. Exhibited Houldsworth Fine Art, London, Chaotic Order, 10 September 2003 - 15 October 2003; New Art Gallery, Walsall, Work From The Frank Cohen Collection, 20 October 2006 - 3 December 2006.

        Lyon & Turnbull
      • Ackermann: Untitled
        Apr. 19, 2023

        Ackermann: Untitled

        Est: €5,000 - €10,000

        Ackermann Untitled 2003 oil on canvas; framed 70 x 90 cm signed and dated on the reverse: Franz Ackermann 2003 Galerie Kargl, Vienna; private property, Vienna

        Im Kinsky
      • FRANZ ACKERMANN (b. 1963) Evasion II oil on canvas 77 x 82 1/2 in. (195.6
        Jul. 20, 2022

        FRANZ ACKERMANN (b. 1963) Evasion II oil on canvas 77 x 82 1/2 in. (195.6

        Est: $20,000 - $30,000

        FRANZ ACKERMANN (b. 1963) Evasion II oil on canvas 77 x 82 1/2 in. (195.6 x 209.5 cm.)

        Christie's
      • FRANZ ACKERMANN (B. 1963) Tastie Break oil on canvas 19 7/8 x 27 3/4in. (50
        Jul. 05, 2022

        FRANZ ACKERMANN (B. 1963) Tastie Break oil on canvas 19 7/8 x 27 3/4in. (50

        Est: £8,000 - £12,000

        FRANZ ACKERMANN (B. 1963) Tastie Break oil on canvas 19 7/8 x 27 3/4in. (50.5 x 70.5cm.)

        Christie's
      • Franz Ackermann – Mental Maps: Pools
        May. 14, 2022

        Franz Ackermann – Mental Maps: Pools

        Est: - €2,000

        Mental Maps: Pools Acryl über Bleistift. 1995. 12,8 x 18,9 cm. Rückseitig signiert und datiert. (41) Für die Werkgruppe charakteristisch kleinförmige Komposition mit sechs fein ausgearbeiteten Bildfeldern, die mit den Formen architektonischer Gartengrundrisse spielen. – Auf sehr leichtem, etwas getöntem Papier. – Rückseitig an den vier Ecken mit Tesafilm in ein Passepartout montiert. – Auf der Rahmenrückseite mit den Etiketten dreier Galerien: Gimpel Fils, London; Thomas Solomon’s Garage, Los Angeles und Neugerriemschneider, Berlin.

        Dr. Andreas Sturies Moderne Kunst & Auktionen
      • Franz Ackermann (*1963): In & Out (2000)
        Apr. 30, 2022

        Franz Ackermann (*1963): In & Out (2000)

        Est: €150 -

        Franz Ackermann (*1963): In & Out (2000). Radierung auf Bütten. 14,7 × 20,5 cm. Signiert, datiert. Blattgröße: 45,0 x 35,7 cm. Gebrauchsspuren. – Etching on hand made paper. Signed. Sheet size: 45,0 x 35,7 cm. With traces of use.

        Doebele Kunstauktionen
      • FRANZ ACKERMANN (B. 1963) Condominium C-print mounted on dibond, in four pa
        Mar. 10, 2022

        FRANZ ACKERMANN (B. 1963) Condominium C-print mounted on dibond, in four pa

        Est: $40,000 - $60,000

        FRANZ ACKERMANN (B. 1963) Condominium C-print mounted on dibond, in four parts, silkscreen handkerchiefs and glass box each: 94 1/2 x 55 1/8 in. (240 x 140 cm.) box: 70 1/2 x 15 3/4 x 15 3/4 in. (179.1 x 40 x 40 cm.) (5)

        Christie's
      • Franz Ackermann, German b.1963- Untitled (Mental Maps: Pools), 1994; acrylic and graphite on pape
        Dec. 01, 2021

        Franz Ackermann, German b.1963- Untitled (Mental Maps: Pools), 1994; acrylic and graphite on pape

        Est: £1,000 - £2,000

        Franz Ackermann, German b.1963- Untitled (Mental Maps: Pools), 1994; acrylic and graphite on paper, 13x19cm(ARR) Provenance: The Artist; Neugerriemschneider, Berlin; Gimpel Fils, London; Private Collection Exhibition: Gimpel Fils, London 04/05-10/06/17 Please refer to department for condition report

        Roseberys
      • Franz Ackermann (*1963): Helicopter (moving shopping-center) (2000)
        Nov. 20, 2021

        Franz Ackermann (*1963): Helicopter (moving shopping-center) (2000)

        Est: €150 -

        Franz Ackermann (*1963): Helicopter (moving shopping-center) (2000). Radierung auf Bütten. 12,7 × 17,1 cm. Signiert, datiert. Blattgröße: 44,9 x 35,8 cm. Griffelkunst 299 B1. – Etching on hand made paper. Signed, dated. Sheet size: 44,9 x 35,8 cm. Griffelkunst 299 B1.

        Doebele Kunstauktionen
      • Franz Ackermann (*1963): Sculpture parc (2000)
        Nov. 20, 2021

        Franz Ackermann (*1963): Sculpture parc (2000)

        Est: €150 -

        Franz Ackermann (*1963): Sculpture parc (2000). Radierung auf Bütten. 18,2 × 14,6 cm. Signiert, datiert. Blattgröße: 45,0 x 36,0 cm. Griffelkunst 299 B6. – Etching on hand made paper. Signed, dated. Sheet size: 45,0 x 36,0 cm. Catalogue raisonné Griffelkunst 299 B6.

        Doebele Kunstauktionen
      • Mixed Media, Franz Ackermann
        Jul. 18, 2021

        Mixed Media, Franz Ackermann

        Est: $500 - $700

        Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1936), "Remembering Public Territories," 2000, mixed media print, signed and dedicated right margin, sheet: 19"h x 33"w, overall (with frame): 21.5"h x 35.5"w

        Clars Auctions
      • Ackermann, Franz
        Jul. 16, 2021

        Ackermann, Franz

        Est: -

        1963 Neumarkt-Sankt Veit. Studium an der Münchner Kunstakademie, Professur in München. Tätig in Karlsruhe und Berlin. Vier Radierungen. 'Long Distance'. 'Helicopter (moving shopping-center)'.'Helicopter PARC'. 'Grand Opening (shop till you drop)'. Jeweils u.r. mit Bleistift sign. u. 00(20) dat. 16 x 14,5 cm. R. Edition Griffelkunst-Vereinigung, Hamburg. Lit.: 1.

        Peege Auktionshaus
      • FRANZ ACKERMANN (Né en 1963) SANS TITRE
        Jul. 06, 2021

        FRANZ ACKERMANN (Né en 1963) SANS TITRE

        Est: €250 - €350

        FRANZ ACKERMANN (Né en 1963) SANS TITRE Photographie et lithographie sur papier Signée et numérotée 56/100 Photography and lithograph on paper; signed and numbered 56/100 69 X 53 CM - 27 1/8 X 20 7/8 IN.

        Tajan
      • Mixed Media, Franz Ackermann
        Jun. 20, 2021

        Mixed Media, Franz Ackermann

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1936), "Remembering Public Territories," 2000, mixed media print, signed and dedicated right margin, sheet: 19"h x 33"w, overall (with frame): 21.5"h x 35.5"w

        Clars Auctions
      • Ackermann, Franz (geb. 1963 in Neumarkt-Sankt Veit)
        Jun. 19, 2021

        Ackermann, Franz (geb. 1963 in Neumarkt-Sankt Veit)

        Est: €60 - €70

        "Grand opening (shop till you drop)". Radierung, re. u. mit Bleistift sign. und dat. (20)00, B3, 299. Wahl, III. Quartal 2000. Plattenrand ca. 15,2x 14,6 cm, Blattmaß ca. 45x 35,5 cm.

        Dannenberg
      • Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) Untitled (pacific no. 46: you want to win) gouach
        May. 27, 2021

        Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) Untitled (pacific no. 46: you want to win) gouach

        Est: €1,200 - €1,800

        Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) Untitled (pacific no. 46: you want to win) gouache, pencil and watercolour on paper 13 x 19cm.

        Christie's
      • Mixed Media, Franz Ackermann
        May. 23, 2021

        Mixed Media, Franz Ackermann

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        Franz Ackermann (German, b. 1936), "Remembering Public Territories," 2000, mixed media print, signed and dedicated right margin, sheet: 19"h x 33"w, overall (with frame): 21.5"h x 35.5"w

        Clars Auctions
      • Franz Ackermann: Mental Map
        Dec. 02, 2020

        Franz Ackermann: Mental Map

        Est: €3,500 - €4,000

        ACKERMANN, FRANZ 1963 Neumarkt-St. Veit Title: Mental Map. Subtitle: Mixed lot of two works: a) The election, b) Soft landing. Date: Each: 2001. Technique: Mixed media on paper. Measurement: 13 x 19cm. Notation: Both titled, signed and dated verso: The election or Soft landing Franz Ackermann 01. Frame/Pedestal: Each framed. Provenance: - Giò Marconi, Mailand (label) - Private collection Italy Enclosed is a signed cetritifcate of Galerie Giò Marconi, Milan of each artist. Estimated Estimated shipping costs for this lot: Germany: 25,21 Euro plus 4,79 Euro VAT EU: 42,02 Euro plus 7,98 Euro VAT Worldwide: 63,03 Euro plus 11,97 Euro VAT additional shipping insurance

        Van Ham Kunstauktionen
      • Helicopter (moving shopping-center) (2000)
        Nov. 21, 2020

        Helicopter (moving shopping-center) (2000)

        Est: €170 -

        Signiert, datiert. Blattgröße: 44,9 x 35,8 cm. -- Etching on hand made paper. Signed, dated. Sheet size: 44,9 x 35,8 cm..

        Doebele Kunstauktionen
      • in & out (2000)
        Nov. 21, 2020

        in & out (2000)

        Est: €200 -

        Signiert, datiert. Blattgröße: 45,0 x 35,7 cm. Minimale Blattdelle an der rechten Blattkante. Griffelkunst 299 B4. -- Etching on hand made paper. Signed. Sheet size: 45,0 x 35,7 cm. Catalogue raisonné Griffelkunst 299 B4. With traces of use..

        Doebele Kunstauktionen
      • Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) Untitled (pacific no. 46: you want to win)
        Jun. 18, 2020

        Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) Untitled (pacific no. 46: you want to win)

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) Untitled (pacific no. 46: you want to win) gouache, pencil and watercolour on paper 13 x 19cm.Executed in 1998

        Christie's
      • Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) mental map (permanent weekend)
        Feb. 05, 2020

        Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) mental map (permanent weekend)

        Est: $3,000 - $4,000

        Franz Ackermann (b. 1963)mental map (permanent weekend)signed, titled and dated '"permanent weekend" Franz Ackermann '01' (on the reverse); signed again 'Franz Ackermann' (on a label affixed to the backing board)graphite on paper23 ¾ x 31 ⅞ in. (60.3 x 81 cm.)Executed in 2001.

        Christie's
      • FRANZ ACKERMANN - ACRA - 50 miles
        Dec. 12, 2019

        FRANZ ACKERMANN - ACRA - 50 miles

        Est: £20,000 - £30,000

        FRANZ ACKERMANN - ACRA - 50 miles ♠

        Phillips
      • Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) - Untitled (Mental Map: Fences)
        Nov. 26, 2019

        Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) - Untitled (Mental Map: Fences)

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) Untitled (Mental Map: Fences) felt-tip pen, pencil, watercolour and adhesive bandage on paper 13 x 19cm.

        Christie's
      • Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) - Untitled (Pocket Park: heritage + tuscany)
        May. 01, 2019

        Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) - Untitled (Pocket Park: heritage + tuscany)

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) Untitled (Pocket Park: heritage + tuscany) gouache, pencil and adhesive bandage on paper 13 x 19cm.

        Christie's
      • Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) - Untitled (Mental Map: no. 10, public parking lots)
        May. 01, 2019

        Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) - Untitled (Mental Map: no. 10, public parking lots)

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        Franz Ackermann (b. 1963) Untitled (Mental Map: no. 10, public parking lots) watercolour, pencil, tape and adhesive bandage on paper 13 x 19cm.

        Christie's
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