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“David Novros is not only a great colorist, iterations of shape within composition display an intuitive rather than syst...
16/01/2022

“David Novros is not only a great colorist, iterations of shape within composition display an intuitive rather than systematic approach to color in relation to form and surface — these paintings determine an expansion of possibility for painting, and a reconnection with painting within architecture that is apart from tradition of easel painting. It is not the simple object emphasis of some abstract painting or the transfer of a plan to wall, as with Sol Le Witt, or an increase in scale for sublime effects, but a new coexistence of painting with architectural space and, the viewers kinesthetic experience of movement through that space.”
- David Rhodes

David Novros’ solo exhibition is on view in our Paris gallery through February 26.

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David Novros’ solo exhibition opens in our Paris gallery today, January 15, from 11am to 7pm. The exhibition brings toge...
15/01/2022

David Novros’ solo exhibition opens in our Paris gallery today, January 15, from 11am to 7pm.

The exhibition brings together major historical paintings from the 1960s and recent works.

Image: David Novros, Untitled, 1966-1967, acrylic lacquer on dacron, in six panels, overall: 259.1 x 411.5 x 2.5 cm.; 102 x 162 x 1 in.

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David Novros’ solo exhibition opens in our Paris gallery today, January 15, from 11am to 7pm.

The exhibition brings together major historical paintings from the 1960s and recent works.

Image: David Novros, Untitled, 1966-1967, acrylic lacquer on dacron, in six panels, overall: 259.1 x 411.5 x 2.5 cm.; 102 x 162 x 1 in.

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Giulia Andreani’s exhibition, “Kitchen Knife”, opens in our Berlin, Bleibtreustraße 45 gallery today from 11am to 7pm. I...
14/01/2022

Giulia Andreani’s exhibition, “Kitchen Knife”, opens in our Berlin, Bleibtreustraße 45 gallery today from 11am to 7pm.

Image: Giulia Andreani, HEX(E), 2021, acrylic on canvas, 190 x 415 cm.; 74 3/4 x 163 3/8 in.

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Congratulations to Giulia Andreani on being nominated for the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2022, along with Iván Argote, Philippe...
13/01/2022

Congratulations to Giulia Andreani on being nominated for the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2022, along with Iván Argote, Philippe Decrauzat and Mimosa Echard. Named after the influential artist Marcel Duchamp, this annual award distinguishes the most significant and pioneering young artists of the French art scene. An exhibition of works by the nominated artists will be presented at the Centre Pompidou in October.

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Congratulations to Giulia Andreani on being nominated for the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2022, along with Iván Argote, Philippe Decrauzat and Mimosa Echard. Named after the influential artist Marcel Duchamp, this annual award distinguishes the most significant and pioneering young artists of the French art scene. An exhibition of works by the nominated artists will be presented at the Centre Pompidou in October.

#giuliaandreani #prixmarcelduchamp @giu_andreani @adiaf_o

Last week to see Liz Larner’s exhibition on view in our London gallery through Saturday, January 15th. Image 1 and 2: Li...
11/01/2022

Last week to see Liz Larner’s exhibition on view in our London gallery through Saturday, January 15th.

Image 1 and 2: Liz Larner, glass nimbus, 2021, ceramic, glaze and glass, 56.5 x 97.8 x 21 cm.; 22 1/4 x 38 1/2 x 8 1/4 in.

Image 3 and 4: Liz Larner, Nyx, 2021, ceramic, glaze and glass, 61 x 95.3 x 26.7 cm.; 24 x 37 1/2 x 10 1/2 in.

Image 5 and 6: Liz Larner, Asteroid (Ida), 2021, ceramic, glaze, 74.9 x 48.3 x 49.5 cm.; 29 1/2 x 19 x 19 1/2 in.

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Today is the last day to see Adam Pendleton’s exhibition on view in our Paris gallery. #adampendleton #galeriemaxhetzler...
08/01/2022

Today is the last day to see Adam Pendleton’s exhibition on view in our Paris gallery.

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Robert Grosvenor’s solo exhibition opens in our Berlin, Bleibtreustraße 15/16 gallery tomorrow, January 8th. Since the m...
07/01/2022

Robert Grosvenor’s solo exhibition opens in our Berlin, Bleibtreustraße 15/16 gallery tomorrow, January 8th.

Since the mid-1960s, Robert Grosvenor has created a diverse oeuvre spanning sculpture, photography and drawing. The artist is especially known for his audacious sculptures and objects which straddle the line between art, engineering and architecture, and which he describes as “ideas that operate between floor and ceiling.”

Image: Robert Grosvenor, Untitled, 2014, wood, fibreglass, aluminium, acrylic. Motor - 2000, aluminium, steel, overall: 61 x 495.3 x 152.4 cm.; 24 x 195 x 60 in.

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Robert Grosvenor’s solo exhibition opens in our Berlin, Bleibtreustraße 15/16 gallery tomorrow, January 8th.

Since the mid-1960s, Robert Grosvenor has created a diverse oeuvre spanning sculpture, photography and drawing. The artist is especially known for his audacious sculptures and objects which straddle the line between art, engineering and architecture, and which he describes as “ideas that operate between floor and ceiling.”

Image: Robert Grosvenor, Untitled, 2014, wood, fibreglass, aluminium, acrylic. Motor - 2000, aluminium, steel, overall: 61 x 495.3 x 152.4 cm.; 24 x 195 x 60 in.

#robertgrosvenor #galeriemaxhetzler #maxhetzler

Last week to see Adam Pendleton’s solo exhibition on view in our Paris gallery through Saturday, January 8th. @pendleton...
06/01/2022

Last week to see Adam Pendleton’s solo exhibition on view in our Paris gallery through Saturday, January 8th.

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Wishing you very happy holidays from all at Galerie Max Hetzler! We look forward to seeing you in the new year. Our gall...
28/12/2021

Wishing you very happy holidays from all at Galerie Max Hetzler! We look forward to seeing you in the new year. Our galleries are closed for the winter break and will reopen on January 4th.

January 2022 Exhibitions Programme:
London: Liz Larner | Karel Appel
Paris: Adam Pendleton | David Novros
Berlin: André Butzer | Robert Grosvenor | Giulia Andreani | Oehlen, Pendleton, Pope.L, Sillman | Inge Mahn

Inge Mahn’s work is on view in our window gallery in Berlin at Goethstraße 2/3 through January 29th.

Image: Inge Mahn, Adventskranz mit balancierenden Stühlen, 2020, spruce branches, plaster, 360 x 160 x 100 cm.; 141 3/4 x 63 x 39 3/8 in.

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“Complex, fascinating artist’s autobiographies and their public reception can be fraught. How many people look at their ...
24/12/2021

“Complex, fascinating artist’s autobiographies and their public reception can be fraught. How many people look at their paintings because of an ear being cut off, a life in chronic paint, a murder being committed?… In this context, For Julian Schnabel painting portraits of the famous self-portraits of Van Gogh, Kahlo and Caravaggio is quite a risk. … Schnabel’s portraits are an homage to three extraordinary painters in art history, they are a manifestation of artistic risk taking which defined Schnabel’s career for decades and they represent a test of authenticity for the artist, for the portrayed and for us.”
- Max Hollein

Today is the last day to see Julian Schnabel’s solo exhibition, “Self Portraits of Others”, on view @thebrantfoundation.

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Our galleries in Berlin and Paris are open today, December 23rd, ahead of the winter break! Image 1: Matthew Barney, Aft...
23/12/2021

Our galleries in Berlin and Paris are open today, December 23rd, ahead of the winter break!

Image 1: Matthew Barney, After Ruby Ridge, Galerie Max Hetlzer, Bleibtreustraße 45, Berlin

Image 2: Oehlen, Pendleton, Pope.L, Sillman, Galerie Max Hetzler, Goethestraße 2/3, Berlin

Image 3: André Butzer, Rohe Milch, Galerie Max Hetzler, Potsdamer Straße 77-87, Berlin

Image 4: Adam Pendleton, Drawings, Galerie Max Hetlzer, 57 rue du Temple, Paris

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Final screening of Matthew Barney’s “Redoubt” today, December 22nd at 2:30pm @filmkunst66 in Berlin.  The artist’s solo ...
22/12/2021

Final screening of Matthew Barney’s “Redoubt” today, December 22nd at 2:30pm @filmkunst66 in Berlin.

The artist’s solo exhibition, including drawings and sculptures related to the film, is on view at our Berlin, Bleibtreustraße 45 gallery until December 23rd.

Image: Matthew Barney, Redoubt, 2018, production still, © Matthew Barney

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Last few days to see Matthew Barney’s solo exhibition “After Ruby Ridge”, on view through December 23rd in our Berlin, B...
21/12/2021

Last few days to see Matthew Barney’s solo exhibition “After Ruby Ridge”, on view through December 23rd in our Berlin, Bleibtreustraße 45, gallery.

Featuring new drawings and sculptures, the works in the exhibition relate to Barney’s feature-length film Redoubt, 2018. All of the works draw from the visual language of the film which plays in the remote Sawtooth mountains in Idaho and addresses such wide-ranging themes as cosmology, American frontier myths, and the role of artistic creation.

The drawings on view take their palette from the forest fires and skies in the Idaho region where the film Redoubt was made and depict encounters between figures and landscapes, as well as the technical apparatus of land management. Barney depicts extreme landscapes with an almost violent contrast between the natural and the technical, often displaying a harsh formal incongruity.

Image 1 and 2: Matthew Barney, Makoi-Yohsokoyi, 2021,. engraved bronze in bronze frame, 66 x 73.7 cm.; 26 x 29 in.

Image 3 and 4: Matthew Barney, Whiteout, 2021, gouache on paper in high-density polyethylene frame, 29.4 x 36.8 x 3.3 cm.; 11 5/8 x 14 1/2 x 1 1/4 in.

Image 5 and 6: Matthew Barney, Big House, 2021, graphite and gouache on paper in high-density polyethylene frame, 43.5 x 52.5 x 3.2 cm.; 17 1/8 x 20 5/8 x 1 1/4 in.

#matthewbarney #galeriemaxhetzler #maxhetzler

André Butzer’s solo exhibition, Rohe Milch, is on view in our Berlin, Potsdamer Straße 77–87 gallery until January 29th....
17/12/2021

André Butzer’s solo exhibition, Rohe Milch, is on view in our Berlin, Potsdamer Straße 77–87 gallery until January 29th.

Painting outdoors year-round following his move to California, Butzer’s latest works brim with a vibrating freshness and display his painterly mastery. Stemming out of Butzer’s “American experience”, each painting establishes a pictorial position of its own true dwelling, the titles name customs and things, places, landscapes and friendships, Butzer holds dear.

Every painting modestly preserves a locale for one such encounter:

Song titles, food, beverages and a deserted chain of diners in “Six Gallon Pie” and “Steak and Ale.” An “Unfrozen Memory” of loneliness and dislocation, of happiness and soft caress. Recollections of folk music and a promised land of milk and honey in “Big Rock Candy Mountain”. In “Saturday Cartoons,” it’s kids’ delights on weekend television and one out of 21 choices of frozen yogurt. “Eric’s Garage” is the place of a friend and in “Bibémus (Seed Bakery)” a random store merges with art history and all of a sudden, a plain croissant or a rock face in the San Gabriel mountains resemble a golden Provençal quarry. “The Most Dangerous Game” recalls both Butzer’s riotous beginnings and Guy Debord’s retreat from the Situationist International into the serenity of a secluded countryside village. And in face of the unhindered bio-politicisation of the body, “Raw Milk” poses a question almost too simple, namely, of what to drink and how to remain in possession of one’s own health, of how to reach a self-determined stance in life accordingly.

Image 1: Installation view, André Butzer: Rohe Milch, Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, 2021

Image 2: André Butzer, Big Rock Candy Mountain, 2020, oil on canvas, 180 x 275 cm.; 70 7/8 x 108 1/4 in.

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Celeste Dupuy-Spencer’s work is included in “Prospect 5: Yesterday we said tomorrow”,  the fifth edition of Prospect New...
16/12/2021

Celeste Dupuy-Spencer’s work is included in “Prospect 5: Yesterday we said tomorrow”,  the fifth edition of Prospect New Orleans, a citywide art exhibition. Dupuy-Spencer’s work is on view at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art through January 22nd.

The work of Celeste Dupuy-Spencer grapples with the subtle and horrific violence of white supremacy in the United States through history painting, of a past both real and imagined. The suite of paintings on view in Prospect 5 are fantastical depictions of this reality envisioned across time. They range from the retelling of a New Testament story about demons to an image of military conquest, from revealing the intertwined nature of whiteness and Christianity to scenes of the end of the world. Notably, “Don’t You See That I Am Burning” was painted following the insurrection at the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021. This wild, detailed painting references historical works as well as images drawn directly from news coverage of this event. In looking across centuries and into the future, Dupuy-Spencer asks us to contend with the legacies of terror and violence that birthed this nation, forged its ideology, and continue to shape our political and social lives.

Image 1: Installation view: Prospect 5: Yesterday we said tomorrow, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans, 2021-22. Photo: Jonathan Traviesa, courtesy of Prospect New Orleans

Image 2: Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, When You’ve Eaten Everything Below You, You’ll Devour Yourself/Except in Dreams You’re Never Really Free (detail), 2020, oil on linen, 216 x 216 cm.; 85 x 85 in.

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Adam Pendleton’s solo exhibition is on view in our Paris gallery through January 8. Pictured here, The Black Dada drawin...
15/12/2021

Adam Pendleton’s solo exhibition is on view in our Paris gallery through January 8.

Pictured here, The Black Dada drawings, displayed on a black wall in the first gallery of Galerie Max Hetzler, Paris, put the remainders of Pendleton’s studio process back into circulation. Masked and cut fragments of spray-painted text, splatters, and drips are photographed and silkscreened in black onto black paper, while one or two uppercase letters, set in Arial Bold, are superimposed onto each of the resulting compositions. The letters—A, B, C, D, L and K—belong to the phrase “BLACK DADA.” As in Pendleton’s earlier Black Dada works, the letters have been extracted from a source text—an initial, limited sequence—and placed into new arrangements, preserving the positions of the missing letters as gaps.

Rather than spray paint, earlier works in the Black Dada series made use of cropped, photocopied reproductions of conceptual artist Sol LeWitt’s Incomplete Open Cubes (1974), whose permutations of partial geometric objects doubled the combinatory logic of Pendleton’s fragmented language. In the newer works, the broken series of letters unfolds as a parallel operation over the spray paint formations, full of delays, false starts, and echoes. The compression of the two operations, of neutral type and gestural lettering, establishes a polyrhythmic space.

Image 1: Adam Pendleton, Black Dada Drawing (A). 2021, silkscreen ink on paper, in artist's frame, 96.4 x 77.2 x 3.8 cm.; 38 x 30 3/8 x 1 1/2 in.

Image 2: Adam Pendleton, Black Dada Drawing (C/A), 2021, silkscreen ink on paper, in artist's frame, 96.4 x 77.2 x 3.8 cm.; 38 x 30 3/8 x 1 1/2 in.

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Rudolf Stingel’s work is currently on view @delacruzcollection in Miami as part of their exhibition “There Is Always One...
11/12/2021

Rudolf Stingel’s work is currently on view @delacruzcollection in Miami as part of their exhibition “There Is Always One Direction.” This is also the last day to see Stingel’s work on view in our gallery in Berlin at Kantstraße 139.

Image: Installation image from de la Cruz Collection's 2021-2022 Exhibition ‘There Is Always One Direction.’ Pictured from left to right: Works by Rudolf Stingel. Courtesy of the de la Cruz Collection. 

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Rudolf Stingel’s “Schönheitssalon Omm” is on view in our temporary space in Berlin at Kantstraße 139 through December 11...
10/12/2021

Rudolf Stingel’s “Schönheitssalon Omm” is on view in our temporary space in Berlin at Kantstraße 139 through December 11. This is the artist’s first solo presentation with the gallery, and the first time Stingel’s work is shown in the German capital since his solo exhibition at the Neue Nationalgalerie in 2010.

Image: Rudolf Stingel, Schönheitssalon Omm, 2017, oil on canvas, 241.5 x 193.5 cm.; 95 1/8 x 76 1/8 in.

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Two days left to see Rebecca Warren’s “Radio Caroline” on view through December 11 in our window gallery at Goethestraße...
09/12/2021

Two days left to see Rebecca Warren’s “Radio Caroline” on view through December 11 in our window gallery at Goethestraße 2/3 in Berlin.

Image: Rebecca Warren, Radio Caroline, 2015–2016, mixed media vitrine, 75 x 130 x 93 cm.; 29 1/2 x 51 1/8 x 36 5/8 in.

#rebeccawarren #galeriemaxhetzler #maxhetzler

Last few days to see Raphaela Simon’s solo exhibition in our Berlin, Bleibtreustraße 15/16, gallery. On view through Dec...
08/12/2021

Last few days to see Raphaela Simon’s solo exhibition in our Berlin, Bleibtreustraße 15/16, gallery. On view through December 11th.

Far from the usual traditions of representation, Simon challenges the legacy of Pop Art figures, such as Claes Oldenburg, with her playful questioning of common notions of everyday life. Isolated against monochromatic, void-like backgrounds, the objects seem to take on a life of their own as they expand into the space of the viewer. Within the traditional medium of oil painting, they take on an almost portrait-like quality, inviting us to question the presence and essence of things—and therefore the subjective charge of meaning—in the material world.

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ROBERT GROSVENOR Bleibtreustraße 15/16, 10623 Berlin 8 January – 26 February 2022 Photo: def image
RAPHAELA SIMON Bleibtreustraße 15/16, 10623 Berlin 2 September – 11 December 2021 Photo: def image
ALBERT OEHLEN unverständliche braune Bilder Bleibtreustraße 15/16, 10623 Berlin 28 April – 14 August 2021 © Albert Oehlen, photo: def image
JEFF ELROD Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin Bleibtreustraße 15/16, 10623 Berlin February – April 2021 Photo: def image
GLENN BROWN And thus we existed Bleibtreustraße 15/16, 10623 Berlin 31 October 2020 – 23 January 2021 Photo: def image
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André Butzer Bleibtreustraße 15/16, 10623 Berlin 29 May – 1 August 2020 Photo: def image