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Contributions on the occasion of the anniversary of his death on 13 April 2018 and 13 April 2019 in the Günter Grass-Haus
edited by Jörg-Philipp Thomsa, Lübeck 2019
Softcover, 124 pages
View into the book: Publication Lange Nacht für Günter Grass.PDF
This illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition Jonathan Meese "Dr. Zuhause: K.U.N.S.T. (Erzliebe)".
Exhibitions on "Gesamtkunstwerk Lübeck" at the Overbeck-Gesellschaft, Kunsthalle St. Annen, Günter Grass-Haus, St. Petri zu Lübeck, Kulturwerft Gollan, Lübeck, 2019
edited by Oliver Zybok, concept by Jonathan Meese and Oliver Zybok
With texts by Michael Diers, Almut Linde, Antje-Britt Mählmann, Jonathan Meese, Bernd Schwarze, Rosa Windt and Oliver Zybok as well as a conversation between Jörg-Philipp Thomsa, Brigitte and Jonathan Meese.
Catalogue for the exhibition in the Günter Grass-Haus from 16.04.2018 to 07.10.2018
published by Jörg-Philipp Thomsa, Lübeck 2018
Softcover, 51 pages
interdisziplinäre Aspekte zu einem Schlüsselwerk von Günter Grass,
edited by Jörg-Philipp Thomsa and Adeline Henzschel
paperback, 100 pages
edited by Jörg-Philipp Thomsa, Lübeck 2018
Softcover, 67 pages
On the occasion of the anniversary of his death in 2016 and 2017, the Günter Grass-Haus organized "Long Nights for Günter Grass". Friends and companions such as Dagmar Leupold, Christof Siemes, Hanjo Kesting, Johano Strasser and Benjamin Lebert remembered their encounters with the Nobel Prize winner. The contributions have been compiled in this 140-page brochure.
edited by Jörg-Philipp Thomsa
Writings. Speeches. Images.
Catalogue for the exhibition in the Günter Grass-Haus from 12.11.2016 to 12.02.2017
edited by Jörg-Philipp Thomsa and Tatjana Dübbel
Softcover, 48 pages
PATRIMONIA - 239
Catalogue for the exhibition in the Günter Grass-House, Lübeck
26 January 2015 to 6 January 2016
published by the Cultural Foundation of the Federal States in conjunction with the Günter Grass House, Lübeck 2015
Softcover, 116 pages
Günter Grass and the fine arts. An approach for young people
published by the Ute and Günter Grass Foundation in cooperation with the Günter Grass-Haus, Lübeck 2014
This brochure is aimed specifically at young people, with various essays tracing the significance of the visual arts in the life and work of Günter Grass. It is supplemented by an essay by Günter Grass, a short biography and a glossary on artistic techniques.
Softcover, 50 pages
Poems, drawings and sculptures by Markus Lüpertz
edited by Jörg-Philipp Thomsa and Tatjana Dübbel, Lübeck 2013
The exhibition shows the artist from his lesser known lyrical side and takes a look behind the grand gesture of the "painter prince". For the exhibition, Lüpertz had written poems on the walls of the Grass-Haus himself on the themes of war, love, death and art, which corresponded with previously unpublished drawings and smaller plaster cultures in the room. In addition to large-format illustrations, the catalogue contains an introduction to the exhibition, numerous poems by Lüpertz and a conversation between the artist and curator Tatjana Dübbel.
Softcover, 86 pages
edited by Andrea Fromm and Jörg-Philipp Thomsa, Lübeck 2012
The Günter Grass-Haus showed from 27.04. to 31.08.2012 for the first time in Germany important paintings, watercolours and drawings of the Swiss writer Gottfried Keller (1819-1890). In this richly illustrated brochure accompanying the exhibition, Keller's pictorial work is vividly explained. The publication also contains an essay that sheds light on Keller's influences on the oeuvre of Günter Grass.
Brochure, 85 pages
Günter Grass and Poland
edited by Jörg-Philipp Thomsa and Viktoria Krason, Lübeck 2010
In the volume accompanying the exhibition of the same name, essays by scientists and intellectuals such as Klaus Wagenbach and Andrzej Wirth illuminate the relationship between the work and life of Günter Grass and Poland. Illustrations of the exhibition exhibits, photographs, graphics and manuscripts illustrate the connections. The publication also includes the Nobel Prize winner's latest interview on Poland.
Softcover, 86 pages, German/Polish
The political grass
edited by Jörg-Philipp Thomsa and Stephanie Wiech, Lübeck 2008
Contributions by Helmut Frielinghaus, Volker Neuhaus, Jörg-Philipp Thomsa, Stefanie Wiech, Hans Wißkirchen and Harro Zimmermann shed light on Günter Grass' political commitment and the influence of this activity on his oeuvre. A photographic documentation of the election campaign for Willy Brandt in 1965, illustrations of research material and pictorial works by the artist complete this volume accompanying the special exhibition of the same name.
Softcover, 54 pages.
Graphics for the novel "The Tin Drum" by Günter Grass
published by Kai Artinger, Lübeck and Hubertus Giebe, Dresden 2005
Under the great impression that reading The Tin Drum had made on him, Hubertus Giebe produced etchings that impressed Günter Grass so much that he encouraged the publication of a decorative edition of The Tin Drum illustrated by Giebe. Some of the etchings created for this purpose are shown in this exhibition catalogue.
Softcover, 38 pages.
Goethe and Grass as landscape artists
Ed. by Kai Artinger, Göttingen 2004
In this first special exhibition of the Grass-Haus, which is dedicated to the subject of double talents, landscape representations by Goethe and Grass were juxtaposed, challenging a comparison and revealing similarities and differences. The catalogue contains in-depth essays on this topic.
Softcover, 135 pages, Steidl Verlag.