A perennial sculptural project in the historical center of Düsseldorf, presenting current editions and pursue sculptural collaborations.

Kapuzinergasse 24
40213 Düsseldorf

0211. 1674 6079

Opening Hours
Thu – Sat   2 – 7 pm

LRRH_ AERIAL is situated right in the historic city center of Düsseldorf in a building made of a spectacular glass and steel construction, which forms the walls and roof of the given space, folding along the building edges of the two neighboring protected heritage sites.

A café is located in the ground floor, while a lofty air space extends up to the entire height of the structure. The impressive interior is filled with light thanks to the all-glass exterior which provides unobstructed views and an exalted spatial quality. A glass elevator brings visitors to the entrance of the gallery located on the upper floor of the adjacent building.

Architects: Corneille Uedingslohmann Architekten

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For the opening chapter Björn Schülke created “Solar Mesh Dance”, a hanging solar-kinetic sculpture. The ambient light influences the degree of activity. Energy is briefly saved and converted into motion. The sculpture continuously transforms, whilst displaying a poetic interplay of light – space – motion. The sparkling mesh projects light reflections and shadow plays onto the surrounding walls and windows, thus evoking an arcane aura.


The opening presentation moreover features editions by:
Christian Aberle, Albrecht Fuchs, Katharina Grosse, May Hands, Liliane Lijn, Jonathan Meese, Mike Meiré, Paulina Olowska, Rosemarie Trockel, Anselm Reyle and Johannes Wohnseifer, amongst others.

LRRH_ Poster Editions