8 April – 18 September 2022
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, in close collaboration with the Norman Foster Foundation, has organized the major exhibition MOTION. AUTOS, ART, ARCHITECTURE that explores the relevance of the automobile as it relates to the history of art and design in the past century. Curated by renowned British architect Norman Foster, Motion. Autos, Art, Architecture will occupy the entire second floor of the Museum. The exhibition will include a selection of 38 iconic, rarely seen vehicles, as well as some 300 pieces including paintings and sculptures by celebrated artists, photographs and audiovisuals, sketchbooks, and architectural models by some of last century’s most influential architects and designers. This includes the artwork The Inner Beauty which was created by Remy Markowitsch for the room installation Nudnik: Forgetting Josef Ganz at the art show Wolfsburg Unlimited – Eine Stadt als Weltlabor in Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg. Curators of the exhibition: Norman Foster, Manuel Cirauqui and Lekha Hileman Waitoller.

15 February – 31 December 2022
Dreamers of Dreams 20 – World-renowned Hungarians, world-shaping inventions
Millenáris, Budapest, Hungary

With an exhibition entitled ‘Dreamers of Dreams 20 – World-renowned Hungarians, world-shaping inventions’, Millenáris celebrates Hungarian contributions to scientific milestones. The spectacular interactive exhibition showcases the inventions of nearly 600 Hungarian geniuses, including Josef Ganz. On display will be in turn the 1931 Maikäfer prototype, 1933 Standard Superior type 1 and 1933 Standard Superior type 2.

9 June – 2 September 2018
Neuer Norden Zürich – Kunst im öffentlichen Raum

The exhibition Neuer Norden Zürich shows around 40 artworks which deal with the transformation and development of the city living space. In addition to specific local historical aspects, the area of Schwamendingen and its impact on the neighborhoods is the central theme of the exhibition. One of the artworks is Josef Ganz im Silberfisch by Swiss-born artist Rémy Markowitsch, based on a photograph from the Josef Ganz Archives, standing outside In der Hub 16, the first address of Josef Ganz after moving to Switzerland in 1935. Nine years later, in 1944, the house was completely destroyed by accidental Allied bombing.

‘Josef Ganz im Silberfisch’ by Rémy Markowitsch

24 April – 11 September 2016
Wolfsburg Unlimited – Eine Stadt als Weltlabor
Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany

This exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg included the room installation Nudnik. Forgetting Josef Ganz by Swiss-born artist Rémy Markowitsch. This part of the exhibition included the artworks The Inner Beauty (an enlarged Motor-Kritik cover with an original 1933 Standard Superior chassis), Josef-Ganz-Denkmal monument, PsychomotorFrom the Photo Archive of Josef Ganz (10 x 6 meter large video projection), Mannheim 1933 – Moabit 1933 and KdF 1938 – Silberfisch 1948. All six artworks are part of the permanent collection of Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg.

Room installation ‘Nudnik. Forgetting Josef Ganz’ by Rémy Markowitsch (Foto: Marek Kruszewski)