The Max Weinberg Gallery was founded in 2019 after the death of Max Weinberg, by his son Jonatan. After the closure of the Atelier Max Weinberg in Ostend, the Max Weinberg Gallery opened his doors in Alt-Rödelheim 3 (Frankfurt am Main) exactly in the city quarter where the famous artist began his successful career as a graphic designer and painter in Germany.
Conceived as a special place to keep alive the memory of Max Weinberg, a series of Exhibitions have been regularly on display since May 2019 and offered the many visitors, friends and clients, a broad view of the different styles, materials, subjects, characters the artist followed in his long and brilliant artistic career.
Three years later, in April 2022 the Max Weinberg Gallery started a new chapter, focusing more and more on a broader promotion of the “extra-terrestrial art” of Max Weinberg both nationally and internationally.
The headquarters of the gallery will remain in Frankfurt am Main with a new representative office in the heart of the city, which allows individual viewing appointments for interested parties to be offered in Frankfurt and throughout Germany. In addition, there will continue to be exhibitions of selected artworks by Max Weinberg in cooperation with various galleries in Germany and abroad.
In this regard new collaborations are always welcome to show our collection including the possibility to sell selected artworks.
To reach out to as many as possible Art-lovers keen to discover the genius of Max Weinberg through his wonderful and unique artistic heritage, the Max Weinberg Gallery is mainly expanding on social media, where information, historic material, pictures, documents etc. are made available for those who want to know more about Max Weinberg.
For those interested in purchasing his artworks, a personalized display on appointment can always be arranged at our main office in Frankfurt am Main, but also in Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Köln, Stuttgart and Wien. Any of the artworks proceeding from the Max Weinberg Gallery is certified as an official item of the Inheritance of Max Weinberg’s Son.