On September 24, 2021, Walter Storms Galerie will open a new exhibition space at Amalienstrasse 22 in Munich, thus maintaining three locations in the Bavarian capital in the future. The permanent exhibition in the new gallery is dedicated to the print work of Günter Fruhtrunk (1923- 1982), one of the most important representatives of German constructivist-concrete post-war art. Walter Storms Galerie has owned Fruhtrunk's estate since 2014 and in the same year founded the Günter Fruhtrunk Gesellschaft together with collectors and friends of the artist with the aim of preserving, promoting and protecting the artist's legacy.
The new premises between Theresienstrasse and Oskar-von- Miller-Ring are located in the middle of Munich's Kunstareal, which with its unique combination of art and culture is one of the most important cultural locations in Europe. In the colourfully designed exhibition space, visitors can now learn about the life and work of Günter Fruhtrunk, browse through his favourite books and listen to music from his records. From the gallery, one can see the Munich Art Academy, where Fruhtrunk successfully taught until his death.