Galerie Max Hetzler

Galerie Max Hetzler Galerie Max Hetzler is an internationally established gallery for contemporary art with locations in Berlin, Paris and London Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin

Bleibtreustr. 45, 10623 Berlin
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Goethestr. 2/3, 10623 Berlin
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Bleibtreustraße 15/16, 10623 Berlin
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Galerie Max Hetzler, Paris
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57, rue du Temple
75004 Paris
Summer break: 4 – 31 August 2020


Galerie Max Hetzler, London
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First Floor, 41 Dover Street
London, W1S 4NS
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Last day to discover Julian Schnabel's exhibition of new paintings, on view in our Goethestraße 2/3 gallery in Berlin. S...
30/10/2021

Last day to discover Julian Schnabel's exhibition of new paintings, on view in our Goethestraße 2/3 gallery in Berlin.

Since the late 1970s, Julian Schnabel has sought to transform the possibilities of painting, through the use of unconventional materials, chance-based processes, large formats, gestures and charged pictorial grounds.

For Schnabel, painting has always been an act of discovery; by ‘intentionally painting the unknowable’, his works yield ‘a more faithful representation of experience than any attempt to realistically depict the physical world ever could.’

https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/julian-schnabel-2021

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Last day to discover Julian Schnabel's exhibition of new paintings, on view in our Goethestraße 2/3 gallery in Berlin.

Since the late 1970s, Julian Schnabel has sought to transform the possibilities of painting, through the use of unconventional materials, chance-based processes, large formats, gestures and charged pictorial grounds.

For Schnabel, painting has always been an act of discovery; by ‘intentionally painting the unknowable’, his works yield ‘a more faithful representation of experience than any attempt to realistically depict the physical world ever could.’

https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/julian-schnabel-2021

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Beatriz Milhazes’ new work “Pink Sunshine” is currently on view at the Vienna State Opera until June 2022. Milhazes is t...
29/10/2021

Beatriz Milhazes’ new work “Pink Sunshine” is currently on view at the Vienna State Opera until June 2022. Milhazes is the first Latin American artist selected for the exhibition series "Safty Curtain", conceived by the museum in progress.

Installation view: Beatriz Milhazes, "Pink Sunshine", Safety Curtain, museum in progress, Vienna State Opera, 2021/2022. Photo: Andreas Scheiblecker, © museum in progress

https://www.mip.at/en/creations/safety-curtain-2021-2022/

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Beatriz Milhazes’ new work “Pink Sunshine” is currently on view at the Vienna State Opera until June 2022. Milhazes is the first Latin American artist selected for the exhibition series "Safty Curtain", conceived by the museum in progress.

Installation view: Beatriz Milhazes, "Pink Sunshine", Safety Curtain, museum in progress, Vienna State Opera, 2021/2022. Photo: Andreas Scheiblecker, © museum in progress

https://www.mip.at/en/creations/safety-curtain-2021-2022/

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Last week to discover Louise Bonnet's exhibition of new paintings, "Bathers", on view in our Paris gallery until 30 Octo...
25/10/2021

Last week to discover Louise Bonnet's exhibition of new paintings, "Bathers", on view in our Paris gallery until 30 October.

"Bonnet’s nudes are [...] out of proportion, but rather than biceps and pectorals, it’s mostly hands and feet that are exaggerated in scale and contour. The artist’s meticulous facture brings all of these bits to life, often presenting bodies truncated or in fragments. Nonetheless, she does not paint reliquaries or headless statues. At the heart of this work is the living body, terribly real in its unwieldiness." – Lillian Davies

Installation view: Galerie Max Hetzler, Paris, 2021
Photo: Nicolas Brasseur

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Last week to discover Louise Bonnet's exhibition of new paintings, "Bathers", on view in our Paris gallery until 30 October.

"Bonnet’s nudes are [...] out of proportion, but rather than biceps and pectorals, it’s mostly hands and feet that are exaggerated in scale and contour. The artist’s meticulous facture brings all of these bits to life, often presenting bodies truncated or in fragments. Nonetheless, she does not paint reliquaries or headless statues. At the heart of this work is the living body, terribly real in its unwieldiness." – Lillian Davies

Installation view: Galerie Max Hetzler, Paris, 2021
Photo: Nicolas Brasseur

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Works by Karel Appel, William N. Copley, Raymond Hains, Hans Josephsohn and Bridget Riley are included in our FIAC prese...
23/10/2021

Works by Karel Appel, William N. Copley, Raymond Hains, Hans Josephsohn and Bridget Riley are included in our FIAC presentation (booth B11) alongside works by Ai Weiwei, Darren Almond, Giulia Andreani, Matthew Barney, André Butzer, Glenn Brown, Jeremy Demester, Jeff Elrod, Liz Larner, Albert Oehlen, Raphaela Simon, Tursic & Mille, Edmund de Waal and Zhang Wei.

Photo: Nicolas Brasseur

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Works by Karel Appel, William N. Copley, Raymond Hains, Hans Josephsohn and Bridget Riley are included in our FIAC presentation (booth B11) alongside works by Ai Weiwei, Darren Almond, Giulia Andreani, Matthew Barney, André Butzer, Glenn Brown, Jeremy Demester, Jeff Elrod, Liz Larner, Albert Oehlen, Raphaela Simon, Tursic & Mille, Edmund de Waal and Zhang Wei.

Photo: Nicolas Brasseur

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Matthew Barney's feature-length film "Redoubt" will be screened this evening, Friday 22 October at 8pm at Louvre's audit...
22/10/2021

Matthew Barney's feature-length film "Redoubt" will be screened this evening, Friday 22 October at 8pm at Louvre's auditorium in Paris.

The artist's solo exhibition "After Ruby Ridge" is on view in our Berlin, Bleibtreustraße 45 gallery until 23 December 2021.

Image: Matthew Barney, Redoubt, 2018, production still, © Matthew Barney, courtesy of Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels, and Sadie Coles HQ, London, photo: Hugo Glendinning

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Matthew Barney's feature-length film "Redoubt" will be screened this evening, Friday 22 October at 8pm at Louvre's auditorium in Paris.

The artist's solo exhibition "After Ruby Ridge" is on view in our Berlin, Bleibtreustraße 45 gallery until 23 December 2021.

Image: Matthew Barney, Redoubt, 2018, production still, © Matthew Barney, courtesy of Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels, and Sadie Coles HQ, London, photo: Hugo Glendinning

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We invite you to join us at FIAC (Booth B11, 20 – 24 October) and discover works by Ai Weiwei, Darren Almond, Giulia And...
21/10/2021

We invite you to join us at FIAC (Booth B11, 20 – 24 October) and discover works by Ai Weiwei, Darren Almond, Giulia Andreani, Karel Appel, Matthew Barney, Glenn Brown, André Butzer, William N. Copley, Jeremy Demester, Jeff Elrod, Raymond Hains, Hans Josephsohn, Liz Larner, Albert Oehlen, Bridget Riley, Raphaela Simon, Tursic & Mille, Edmund de Waal and Zhang Wei.

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For FIAC (Booth B11, 20 – 24 October) we are delighted to present works by Ai Weiwei, Darren Almond, Giulia Andreani, Ka...
20/10/2021

For FIAC (Booth B11, 20 – 24 October) we are delighted to present works by Ai Weiwei, Darren Almond, Giulia Andreani, Karel Appel, Matthew Barney, Glenn Brown, André Butzer, William N. Copley, Jeremy Demester, Jeff Elrod, Raymond Hains, Hans Josephsohn, Liz Larner, Albert Oehlen, Bridget Riley, Raphaela Simon, Tursic & Mille, Edmund de Waal, and Zhang Wei.

Image: Jeremy Demester, "Equal scale plate #8", 2021, acrylic and oil on canvas, 240 x 199 cm.; 94 1/2 x 78 3/8 in.

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For FIAC (Booth B11, 20 – 24 October) we are delighted to present works by Ai Weiwei, Darren Almond, Giulia Andreani, Karel Appel, Matthew Barney, Glenn Brown, André Butzer, William N. Copley, Jeremy Demester, Jeff Elrod, Raymond Hains, Hans Josephsohn, Liz Larner, Albert Oehlen, Bridget Riley, Raphaela Simon, Tursic & Mille, Edmund de Waal, and Zhang Wei.

Image: Jeremy Demester, "Equal scale plate #8", 2021, acrylic and oil on canvas, 240 x 199 cm.; 94 1/2 x 78 3/8 in.

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Edmund de Waal's exhibition, "Letters to Camondo", is on view at Musée Nissim de Camondo in Paris until 15 May 2022. Ins...
19/10/2021

Edmund de Waal's exhibition, "Letters to Camondo", is on view at Musée Nissim de Camondo in Paris until 15 May 2022.

Inspired by the artist's acclaimed and eponymous book, this exhibition presents new sculptures reflecting on the Camondo family, their story, and their memory. The works have been installed throughout the museum's exquisite rooms and courtyard, in close dialogue with its collection of 18th century art, furniture and objects assembled by Moïse de Camondo.

https://madparis.fr/Edmund-de-Waal-Lettres-a-Camondo-2037

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18/10/2021
INTERVIEW: LOUISE BONNET

In a recent interview with Galerie Max Hetzler, Louise Bonnet discussed her work and current exhibition "Bathers" in our Paris gallery.

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Toby Ziegler's new painting "Weeping tile" is on view at Booth A11 as part of our Frieze London presentation. "[Ziegler'...
16/10/2021

Toby Ziegler's new painting "Weeping tile" is on view at Booth A11 as part of our Frieze London presentation.

"[Ziegler's] paintings... after all, never refer us back to one point, one anchor, one centre, which would guide us. Rather than this kind of closure, his work makes openings: the grids, lattices and multiple surfaces are never entirely bounded. They are punctured, torn open and incomplete, always inviting us to enter another space." – Darian Leader

Image: Toby Ziegler, "Weeping tile", 2021, oil, inkjet and gesso on canvas, 140 x 191.5 x 4 cm.; 55 1/8 x 75 3/8 x 1 5/8 in., photo: Peter Mallet

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Toby Ziegler's new painting "Weeping tile" is on view at Booth A11 as part of our Frieze London presentation.

"[Ziegler's] paintings... after all, never refer us back to one point, one anchor, one centre, which would guide us. Rather than this kind of closure, his work makes openings: the grids, lattices and multiple surfaces are never entirely bounded. They are punctured, torn open and incomplete, always inviting us to enter another space." – Darian Leader

Image: Toby Ziegler, "Weeping tile", 2021, oil, inkjet and gesso on canvas, 140 x 191.5 x 4 cm.; 55 1/8 x 75 3/8 x 1 5/8 in., photo: Peter Mallet

#MaxHetzler #MaxHetzlerFairs #MaxHetzlerArtists #TobyZiegler Frieze #friezelondon

We invite you to join us at Frieze London (Booth A11, 14 – 17 October) and discover works by Darren Almond, Karel Appel,...
15/10/2021

We invite you to join us at Frieze London (Booth A11, 14 – 17 October) and discover works by Darren Almond, Karel Appel, Matthew Barney, Glenn Brown, André Butzer, Jeremy Demester, Carroll Dunham, Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, Ida Ekblad, Jeff Elrod, Günther Förg, Walton Ford, Raymond Hains, Robert Holyhead, Hans Josephsohn, Liz Larner, Navid Nuur, Albert Oehlen, Julian Schnabel, Raphaela Simon, Thomas Struth, Tursic & Mille, Edmund de Waal, Zhang Wei and Toby Ziegler.

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On the occasion of Frieze London, we are presenting Glenn Brown's compelling painting "Myths of the Near Future (Paintin...
14/10/2021

On the occasion of Frieze London, we are presenting Glenn Brown's compelling painting "Myths of the Near Future (Painting for Georgiana Houghton)" from 2019.

“Glenn Brown’s Myths of the Near Future (Painting for Georgiana Houghton) […] is dedicated to the most unusual of the artist mediums, who was totally forgotten for over a century after her death in 1884, and few of whose paintings have survived. […] Brown, who saw the exhibition of her work at the Courtauld Gallery, regards these spiritualist claims as a necessary disguise, adopted by a canny and sophisticated artist making works of great complexity and power outside the aesthetic norms of her time. As in Houghton’s watercolours, the long lines and the complex layering in Brown’s recent works pulse with energy. Brown replicates the movement of a brushstroke, each hair of the brush represented, and the curling lines escape from the heads or figures, multiplying and scattering with independent life.” – Dawn Ades

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On the occasion of Frieze London, we are presenting Glenn Brown's compelling painting "Myths of the Near Future (Painting for Georgiana Houghton)" from 2019.

“Glenn Brown’s Myths of the Near Future (Painting for Georgiana Houghton) […] is dedicated to the most unusual of the artist mediums, who was totally forgotten for over a century after her death in 1884, and few of whose paintings have survived. […] Brown, who saw the exhibition of her work at the Courtauld Gallery, regards these spiritualist claims as a necessary disguise, adopted by a canny and sophisticated artist making works of great complexity and power outside the aesthetic norms of her time. As in Houghton’s watercolours, the long lines and the complex layering in Brown’s recent works pulse with energy. Brown replicates the movement of a brushstroke, each hair of the brush represented, and the curling lines escape from the heads or figures, multiplying and scattering with independent life.” – Dawn Ades

#MaxHetzler #MaxHetzlerFairs #MaxHetzlerArtists #GlennBrown @Frieze #friezelondon

For Frieze London (booth A11) we are delighted to present works by Darren Almond, Karel Appel, Matthew Barney, Glenn Bro...
13/10/2021

For Frieze London (booth A11) we are delighted to present works by Darren Almond, Karel Appel, Matthew Barney, Glenn Brown, André Butzer, Jeremy Demester, Carroll Dunham, Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, Ida Ekblad, Jeff Elrod, Günther Förg, Walton Ford, Raymond Hains, Robert Holyhead, Hans Josephsohn, Liz Larner, Navid Nuur, Albert Oehlen, Julian Schnabel, Raphaela Simon, Thomas Struth, Tursic & Mille, Edmund de Waal, Zhang Wei and Toby Ziegler.

Image: Ida Ekblad, "GRØNNSVÆR, PLISSER, HE***TE", 2020, puff paint and plastisol on linen, in three parts, in artist's frame
294.5 x 128.5 x 5.5 cm.; 116 x 198 7/8 x 2 3/8 in.
© Ida Ekblad, photo: def image

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For Frieze London (booth A11) we are delighted to present works by Darren Almond, Karel Appel, Matthew Barney, Glenn Brown, André Butzer, Jeremy Demester, Carroll Dunham, Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, Ida Ekblad, Jeff Elrod, Günther Förg, Walton Ford, Raymond Hains, Robert Holyhead, Hans Josephsohn, Liz Larner, Navid Nuur, Albert Oehlen, Julian Schnabel, Raphaela Simon, Thomas Struth, Tursic & Mille, Edmund de Waal, Zhang Wei and Toby Ziegler.

Image: Ida Ekblad, "GRØNNSVÆR, PLISSER, HE***TE", 2020, puff paint and plastisol on linen, in three parts, in artist's frame
294.5 x 128.5 x 5.5 cm.; 116 x 198 7/8 x 2 3/8 in.
© Ida Ekblad, photo: def image

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Günther Förg's exhibition of paintings on canvas and works on paper, "Constellations of Colour", is on view in our Londo...
12/10/2021

Günther Förg's exhibition of paintings on canvas and works on paper, "Constellations of Colour", is on view in our London gallery until 6 November.

Bringing together works from Förg’s seminal Spot, Grid and Grey series, the exhibition foregrounds the artist’s celebration of colour and his experimentation with pigment, material and form. Offering an endless field of exploration, colour stands at the core of Förg’s practice, assuming the role of both medium and subject.

https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/gunther-forg-constellations-colour-2021

Installation view: Galerie Max Hetzler, London, 2021
Photo: Jack Hems

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Günther Förg's exhibition of paintings on canvas and works on paper, "Constellations of Colour", is on view in our London gallery until 6 November.

Bringing together works from Förg’s seminal Spot, Grid and Grey series, the exhibition foregrounds the artist’s celebration of colour and his experimentation with pigment, material and form. Offering an endless field of exploration, colour stands at the core of Förg’s practice, assuming the role of both medium and subject.

https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/gunther-forg-constellations-colour-2021

Installation view: Galerie Max Hetzler, London, 2021
Photo: Jack Hems

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Rebecca Warren’s “Radio Caroline” is on view in our Window Gallery at Goethestraße 2/3 in Berlin until December 11. “In ...
11/10/2021

Rebecca Warren’s “Radio Caroline” is on view in our Window Gallery at Goethestraße 2/3 in Berlin until December 11.

“In tandem with her large clay sculptures, Rebecca Warren has also produced a parallel series of vitrines and assemblages which form a counterpart to her other works [...]. These groups of work, which have now become a characteristic and ongoing facet of her oeuvre, are significant interventions insofar as they introduce different and meaningful force fields into her exhibitions. More discreet than her sculptures, they nevertheless exude a powerful aura, attracting us with their accents of electric light and at the same time drawing us inwards into a microscopic world, made up if not of particles of dust then of strands of wool and tiny, yet somehow precious items of ordinary garbage, leftovers and found objects. These assemblages bring forth emotive associations with the material world...”
– Bice Curiger

https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/rebecca-warren-radio-caroline-20152016-2021

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., photo: def image

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Rebecca Warren’s “Radio Caroline” is on view in our Window Gallery at Goethestraße 2/3 in Berlin until December 11.

“In tandem with her large clay sculptures, Rebecca Warren has also produced a parallel series of vitrines and assemblages which form a counterpart to her other works [...]. These groups of work, which have now become a characteristic and ongoing facet of her oeuvre, are significant interventions insofar as they introduce different and meaningful force fields into her exhibitions. More discreet than her sculptures, they nevertheless exude a powerful aura, attracting us with their accents of electric light and at the same time drawing us inwards into a microscopic world, made up if not of particles of dust then of strands of wool and tiny, yet somehow precious items of ordinary garbage, leftovers and found objects. These assemblages bring forth emotive associations with the material world...”
– Bice Curiger

https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/rebecca-warren-radio-caroline-20152016-2021

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., photo: def image

#MaxHetzler #MaxHetzlerExhibitions #MaxHetzlerArtists #RebeccaWarren

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