AtKinsky die Sammlung Kinsky - Art Gallery



STUDIO25, Carrer Ciutat 25, 07570 Artà

Galeria des Arts, Carrer des Nou 31B, 07570 Artà

Arte Casa, Av. Mateo Bosch 26, 07157 Port Andratx

Palma Hat Week in full swing

- Artà in state of hat frency -

The international hat exhibition and competition is held in majorca every year and takes place in Arta in 2021!


Galeria Studio 25 - Carrer Ciutat 25 - 07570 Artà


Patroned by Sir Stephen Jones OBE, (Milliney, United Kingdom), Ambassadored by Maor Zabar (fashiondesigner/sculptur, Israel) and moderated by Countess Agnieszka Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau (The Von Kinsky Family, Rioja). Partnered by Stay In Art Magazine, Radio Artà and atKinsky the Kinsky Collection through Karl Maria Count Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau who also hosts the event.

I am Karl Maria Count Kinsky, I am a collector/gallerist in Majorca and I say no to racism


Let's stand up against this cancer in our society together!

“I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.” - Nelson Mandela 2015

Painting: Russel Page, 2010, Oil Acrylic on Canvas, 120x90x4cm, signed, certified, provenance - from the Artist. Price: PM - shippping is included worldwide!

We are Karl & Judith Kinsky von Wchinitz & Tettau - We say no to racism!



This Poster was made especially for the famous BAND AID -  FEED THE WORLD Movement. It was made using one of the original photos taken by David Bailey for his Exhibition in 1984 shown in London at ICA THE MALL SW1. It was edited by Wayne Lintott, who later passed it on to his close friend Russel Page, who as an Artist I am glad to represent in my collection (Nelson Mandela Portrait from 2010).  Along with th e Poster, I was given one of the original photos taken by David Bailey, which was later used for the poster. I am showing both together in STUDIO 25, Carrer Ciutat 25 in Artà, Mallorca. Price on request. The Poster is 151x100cm and it is in its original shape, withered by the many years. The Photo is 36x36cm and I am only offering the pair as one item.


Informeller Realismus (informal realism)

New works on paper & canvas    "Walk by the sea"

Feel the Spirit of my Mallorca! Inspired by walks by the sea, the blue hour with breezy poems by Stephanie van den Bergh and salty sea air.

Mixed media: Linocut, oil copperplate ink, gouache, acrylic, flor de sal and graphite on acid-free handmade paper. (8 works are on canvas)

The sizes vary!!! ( from 30 x30cm to 53 x78 cm) Prices on request!



Rosa Gallach, Spain

Nacida en Barcelona 1958
Reside y trabaja en Sitges

I dedicate myself to the fine arts in my studio in Sitges, Barcelona. I base my pictorial work on the use of alternative materials and the exploration of textures, using different binders, sands, pigments, papers, fabrics.....

In sculpture I use materials such as terracotta and bronze and experiment new volumes with resin compounds.


Febrero 2.021 pintura y escultura, Cotxeres de Sans, Barcelona
Diciembre 2.019 pintura y escultura en Olafur, Castelldefels
Octubre 2.018 pintura y escultura en la Sala Estudi Vidal de Sitges
Enero 2.020 Pintura y Escultura Galería Sant Gaudenci 22, Sitges
Nov/ Diciembre 2.019 Exposición en el Museu Miramar finalistas
premio Sansivers, Sitges.
Octubre 2.019 Exposición col·lectiva en la “Sala Estudi Vidal”, “Cercle
artístic de Sitges”.
Septiembre 2.019 Escultura en el “Centre Cívic de Sarrià” “Caps de
Nov/ Diciembre 2.018 Exposición en el de las obras seleccionadas en el
Concurso de escultura Pere Jou de Sitges. Museu Miramar.
Enero/ febrero 2.018 Escultura en “Les Cotxeres de Sans”. “Modelant
el cos humà”
Abril 2.017 Pintura en el Museu de Gavá
2.016 Pintura Sala Margarita Xirgú, Castelldefels
2.019 Finalista en el Concurso de Pintura Sansivers en el Museu
Miramar. Sitges
2.018 Finalista en el Concurso de escultura Pere Jou de Sitges. Museu
Miramar. Sitges

 I have met her in an exhibition in Arta and I had no chance but to fall in love with here beautiful interpretations of Japanese Geishas. i am glad I did not miss out on the opportunity of working with Rosa!

Karl Maria Kinsky


the sculptures of Laura Hedrosa symbolise our connection to mother earth

Laura Hedrosa Sigüenza
Guadalajara, Spain, born 1976

She discovered her love for the world of sculpture at an early age and was quickly captivated by bronze and iron sculptures. She studied sculpture at the art academy in La Palma and during this time she got to know various techniques, materials, and experts in various art workshops in Madrid.

During this time, she made a special connection with a blacksmith's workshop in the heart of the city. Laura learns quickly and she has talent. If her first castings were still bumpy, she quickly internalized the technique and set a new limit to her artistic horizon in the direction of sculpture.

Silicone molds and bronze castings, as well as their reproductions in the wax fusion process, Laura soaks it all up and publishes her first figures immediately after graduating.

Her path leads her from Madrid to Mallorca, where she still lives and works today. In 2018, she makes the leap into the well-known local art elite, which also includes Riera Ferrari, Muntaner and the sculptor Pere Pujol. She created a bust of the world-famous palaeontologist Dorothea Minola Alice Bate, which the Consell of Mallorca included in the collection of the town of Capdepera, where it can also be viewed.

Laura Hedrosa then continues to work in her studio in Artà, and becomes part of the local artists' group. She is committed to the environment and to using resources responsibly. In Artà, her works can be seen on streets and squares. Sculptures made of recycled materials and set in different patterns in the ground adorn paths and park floors. Mosaics that remind us where we come from and where we are going, says Hedrosa. They are meant to inspire us to use resources responsibly.

In 2021, the Austrian art collector Karl Maria Graf Kinsky became aware of her and included the artist in the Kinsky Collection. He shows her work in his collection and in his galleries in Spain and Austria.

Works by Laura Hedrosa, depict the human figure, idealistic, stylised, appearing in a calmness that evokes a sense of freedom in the viewer. Always in contact with nature and Mother Earth.


Holger Zimmermann opens doors to times long past with his pictures. Influenced by the greatest of American Pop Art, he develops his own personal imagery. Motives from periodicals of the 50s - 60s receive a new, time - adjusted presence in his paintings and collages. In his pictures, he creates a special atmosphere that is refreshing and yet evokes memories. His works pay homage to our past.

Holger Zimmermann works exclusively with motives from the 1950s and 1960s, as this time is the foundation for our lives today, with all his innovations and achievements. In no previous epoch did development progress as fast as it did since the 1950s, with the end of World War II and reconstruction, the new beginning.

He changes the old motives on the computer and paints them mostly in acrylic on canvas, wood, paper and found objects, or he creates digital collages.

By alienating the motives, he gives them a new time-adjusted presence.

For the first time in 1992, I came into contact with art as I walked through Cologne and saw the many posters for the great "Pop Art Show" in Museum Ludwig and then visited this great exhibition.

Impressed by the great works on display, I visited exhibitions in museums and galleries more and more frequently and after a few years decided to devote myself to art.

I was influenced by the diversity of Pop Art and its artists like Andy Warhol, Sigmar Polke, James

Holgers work fits into our time, his work, which is a reflection of what was into today is pleasing for the eye and sparkles the spectators fire to interogate his past for signs and notions he himself may still remember.

Karl Maria Kinsky

Holger Zimmermann

Title: Ihr Teint

Year: 2017

Media: Collage, Mixed Media on Wood

Signed and dated on the back

Provenance: directly by the Artist

Owner: AtKinsky die Sammlung Kinsky



About Judith Sturm's informal realism!

The multi-award-winning artist and designer describes her painting style as "informal realism". At first glance, this is a paradox - after all, Informel belongs to abstract painting and Realism to the style that is entirely committed to detailed depictions based on nature.

But as is so often the case, out of the contrast comes captivating art, which the connoisseur rubs up against and is thrilled by. Sturm depicts the female body. Elegant, lightly dressed women whose faces, however, always turn away from the viewer or even protrude completely from the picture surface. With the distancing of the concrete person achieved in this way and the inclusion of objects of fashion, the artist seems to be aiming at the universal search for individuality in our time.

This pictorial level approaches the goal of realism for everydayness and objectivity. The deconstruction of the figurative through cropping and the dissolution of forms in the surface, on the other hand, underline Sturm's tendency towards Informel, which explores the "principle of formlessness" especially in the becoming and dissolution of form.

Especially the use of grains of salt in some parts of the painting generates exciting effects. The surface and materiality of the colours are thus transformed by a process that is consciously employed, but the result is determined by chance. Sturm applies this method especially to the skin of her figures. The layers of paint, which seem to melt and break, thus point to the vulnerability of the person.

A great painting by the German painter, waiting for a representative place in your private collection or your company. *text copyright

The large-format painting by Judith Sturm from 2008 is a real eye-catcher with its 2 x 2.6 metres. There are two different motifs for your collection.

1. MESOKOSMOS 200cm by 260cm 5cm deep. Handbag

2nd SIRENE 200cm by 260cm 5cm deep. Back of a woman against a blue horizon.

Price each: € 16.880,-.

                                                                                                                                                                                                          purchase these works now at E-ARTIS!


Georg Pummer, Austria

He is my newest discovery in 2020. I have met him at an art event in Atila Kirbas Gallery Art42 and it was love at first sight. This young and inspiring Austrian exceptional Talent, simply has to be in my collection. I am glad it worked out.

Karl Maria Kinsky

portrait 2017, 156 x106 cm, Acrylic on Canvas

Art Karlsruhe 2020

Judith Sturm - Meisterschülerin von Prof. Baumgarten & Nestler in Deutschland

Artist: Judith Sturm

Title:  Aphrodite (self portrait)

Year: 2018 - dated and signed

Technique: Oil, Acrylic & Oxidant on canvas

Size: 100x160x4cm

Expert Price € 45.000,-

(incl. taxes and delivery in europe)

Judith Sturm is a german painter from Berlin who is internationally represented in private and public collections. Her style is best known as "informal realism" in which she uses minerals to wash out an informal structure on the canvas and later adding paint. Also a significant detail of Sturms work, is the anonimity in which her protagonists are shown, mostly missing the head or faces. She has currently been auctioned at imKinsky in Vienna and has been curated to be auctioned at Sothebys in Berlin. Four of her early works are being prepared for auction at Christies in New Year later in the year. Judith Sturm lives in Berlin, and paints as Artist in Residence in Austria and Spain.



Karl Maria Kinsky, owner

At Kinsky - die Sammlung Kinsky

and founder of Palma Hat Week by AtKinsky

Inauguration speach at Hotel Saratoga Palma for his first Gathering of the Palma Hat Week Society in October 2020. Palma Hat Week shows international hat designs by designers from all over the world, hosting exhibits and photo shoots where haute couture hats are modelled and photogrphed by and for the press and media in Palma de Mallorca.

fotocredit: Terenia Taras @ at The Olive Press.


“Art Prints are a great way to stay in touch with your favorite motives even when you could not afford a original work. Prints come in all sizes and you can even choose between having it framed or leaving it natural”



Als ich Berlin 2016 nach 11 Jahren verließ, hatte ich noch kurz zuvor die Gelegenheit, endlich den Künstler der ebenfalls in meinem Haus in Prenzlauer Berg lebte, kennenzulernen.

Da er introvetiert lebte wusste ich zwar über ihn bescheid, jedoch reichte es nie zu mehr als einem flüchtigen Hallo im Flur. Im Haus erzählte man sich er wäre ein Naturverbundener Eigenbrötler der gerne angelte und wenig zu Hause war.

Frank Pietsch ist ein sanfter, sensitiver, sich Gedanken machender Mann, der die Menschen liebt, aus sicherer Distanz beobachtet er sie genauso wie die Tiere die ihn auf seiner künstlerischen Reise durch sein Leben stets begleiteten. Sein Lebenswerk, dass mehrere hunderte Arbeiten umfasst ist geprägt von dieser Liebe zur Natur und allem unter dem Himmel, auch bei Pietsch geht es immer wieder um das alleine, wir sind alle eins.

Aus einer Serie von 500 originalen biete ich ein Segment von 50 Arbeiten im Format 10 x 15 cm, gerahmt mit weißem Paspartout an.

Die Arbeiten sind teilweise über Jahre erarbeitet, alle auf der Rückseite signiert, datiert und mit Kennzahl versehen.

Mein Angebot je Arbeit gerahmt ist € 180,-

About Frank Pietsch,

When I left Berlin, in Germany in 2016 I had lived there for just over 11

years, I finally had the chance to meet the artist, that I knew lived in the base appartment of my house. I had never seen him in all these years and a neighbor had told me that he is a very introverted person who spends his days out in the woods most the time and is at home very little. The occasional "hello" in the hallway, that was all in all those years.

Frank Pietsch is one of the most gentile, sensitive, caring and loving people I have ever met. Entering his studio was something of a rare awesome experience in itself.
As he lets me peek inside I am presented with work so rare so precious and so full of all the passion of this artist for nature, animals and everything alive under the sky.

Frank Pietsch is sitting in his studio, on a vintage chair in his very minimalistically furnished studio apartment. He does without luxury altogether...

Local Champions

Victoria Pérez, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1969

Als ich nach Mallorca kam, ist mir Victoria sofort aufgefallen, ihre Skulpturen sind von so viel Leben erfüllt, es ist eine Freude sie zu betrachten. Ich musst sie sofort in der Sammlung haben und freue mich schon über die anstehenden gemeinsamen Projekte mit ihr. Ich kann Dir heute drei von den Skulpturen aus der Seria"Equilibrium" anbieten. Die Arbeiten stehen jeweils auf einem Sockel den Du extra erwerben kannst. Die Skulpturen haben einen Radius von ca. 50cm, sie sind handlich und Du kannst die Figur aus dem Rahmen nehmen um sie zu transportieren oder sie zu reinigen.

Ich biete Dir eine Skulptur für € 1980,- an.

When I came to Mallorca, Victoria caught my attention immediately, her sculptures are filled with so much life, it is a joy to look at them. I just had to have them in the gallery immediately and I am already looking forward to the upcoming joint projects with her.

Today I can offer you three of the sculptures from the Series: "Equilibrium". Each of the works stands on a pedestal which you can purchase separately. The sculptures have a radius of about 50cm, they are easy to handle and you can take the figure out of the frame to transport it or clean it.

I offer you a sculpture for € 1980,-.



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