Marcel van Eeden at Haus am Waldsee, Berlin and CAC Malaga

At the Haus am Waldsee, Berlin Marcel van Eeden (1965) participates in the exhibition Missing: Der Turm der blauen Pferde. The exhibition focuses on Franz Marc’s painting Der Turm der blauen Pferde (The Tower of the blue Horses) that was last seen in 1945 in Berlin and has disappeared completely after that. Twelve contemporary artists, amongst them besides Marcel van Eeden also Martin Assig, have procuded new works that deal with Franz Marc’s painting and it’s fate. through 5 June 2017 see:

Marcel van Eeden has a solowhow at the CAC Malaga Spain, titled 525.
In the exhibition he shows new series of drawings that elaborate upon the plot concerning 16 th Century painter Mathias Grünewald and the archbishop of Mainz during the Lutherian peasant uprising in Duitsland. The subject gets connected to the 20th Century when Sollman, protagonist in Marcel van Eeden’s drawings, starts to investigate this story as a fervent collector of Grunewald’s work. In the exhibition Marcel van Eeden has also made two large muraldrawings. through 26 March 2017 see: