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
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Galerie Max Hetzler, London
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First Floor, 41 Dover Street
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A joint exhibition of paintings by Carroll Dunham and Albert Oehlen, two of the most innovative painters of our time, op...
04/05/2021

A joint exhibition of paintings by Carroll Dunham and Albert Oehlen, two of the most innovative painters of our time, opens today in our London gallery.

“For decades, Albert Oehlen and Carroll Dunham have subjected painting to a constant stress test, breaking it down into its components: colour, materiality, and brushwork, line, structure, layering, technique, title, pathos, iconography, and the disappointment and expectation of the recipient.” – Olga Nevzorova

https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/carroll-dunham-albert-oehlen-2021

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A joint exhibition of paintings by Carroll Dunham and Albert Oehlen, two of the most innovative painters of our time, opens today in our London gallery.

“For decades, Albert Oehlen and Carroll Dunham have subjected painting to a constant stress test, breaking it down into its components: colour, materiality, and brushwork, line, structure, layering, technique, title, pathos, iconography, and the disappointment and expectation of the recipient.” – Olga Nevzorova

https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/carroll-dunham-albert-oehlen-2021

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Raymond Hains' current exhibition at our gallery in Berlin focuses on his seminal match works, featuring both free-stand...
01/05/2021

Raymond Hains' current exhibition at our gallery in Berlin focuses on his seminal match works, featuring both free-standing and wall-hanging examples.

The artist attributed these works to two fictional artist characters, "Saffa" and "Seita", whose names derive from acronyms of the major French and Italian to***co and match companies at the time. He cultivated the myth of the two invented artists in numerous exhibitions, signing works in their name and presenting himself as their agent.

Discover the works on our website: https://www.maxhetzler.com/viewing-rooms/raymond-hains-2021

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Paintings from Albert Oehlen's new series "u.b.B." (unverständliche braune Bilder) are included in his current solo exhi...
30/04/2021

Paintings from Albert Oehlen's new series "u.b.B." (unverständliche braune Bilder) are included in his current solo exhibition, in our Goethestraße 2/3 gallery. They can be viewed via appointment or by visiting our website: https://www.maxhetzler.com/viewing-rooms/albert-oehlen-2021

Oehlen produced his first abstract paintings in the late 1980s, with iconoclastic intent, in the hope of denouncing the inadequacy of painting; by the early 1990s, his paintings were incorporating ambiguous shapes and flashes of colour, that have since become a hallmark of his oeuvre. Whilst the "u.b.B" works share similarities with these earlier abstractions, which he described at the time as ‘post-non-representational’, they contain far less impasto, appearing more subtle and smooth, with hazy, transparent layers yielding further ambiguities.

Installation view: Albert Oehlen, "unverständliche braune Bilder", Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Goethestraße 2/3
Image: © Albert Oehlen, photo: def image

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Paintings from Albert Oehlen's new series "u.b.B." (unverständliche braune Bilder) are included in his current solo exhibition, in our Goethestraße 2/3 gallery. They can be viewed via appointment or by visiting our website: https://www.maxhetzler.com/viewing-rooms/albert-oehlen-2021

Oehlen produced his first abstract paintings in the late 1980s, with iconoclastic intent, in the hope of denouncing the inadequacy of painting; by the early 1990s, his paintings were incorporating ambiguous shapes and flashes of colour, that have since become a hallmark of his oeuvre. Whilst the "u.b.B" works share similarities with these earlier abstractions, which he described at the time as ‘post-non-representational’, they contain far less impasto, appearing more subtle and smooth, with hazy, transparent layers yielding further ambiguities.

Installation view: Albert Oehlen, "unverständliche braune Bilder", Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Goethestraße 2/3
Image: © Albert Oehlen, photo: def image

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We are pleased to announce a solo exhibition by Raymond Hains, featuring works form his seminal matches series, in Berli...
29/04/2021

We are pleased to announce a solo exhibition by Raymond Hains, featuring works form his seminal matches series, in Berlin. The exhibition can be seen via appointment and is now live on our website: https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/raymond-hains-2021

The artist initiated these in 1964, while residing in Italy, inspired by Claes Oldenburg’s work at the Venice Biennale that same year. Hains began the production of oversized matchbooks and matches, which were shown at Galleria del Leone in Venice for the first time in 1964. The works were conceived as both free-standing and wall-hanging objects, challenging traditional forms of sculpture and painting.

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We are delighted to announce "unverständliche braune Bilder" (incomprehensible brown pictures), an exhibition of new pai...
28/04/2021

We are delighted to announce "unverständliche braune Bilder" (incomprehensible brown pictures), an exhibition of new paintings by Albert Oehlen. Installed in two of our Berlin galleries, the exhibition can be seen via appointment and is now live on our website: https://www.maxhetzler.com/viewing-rooms/albert-oehlen-2021

Techniques abound, from heavy dripping, spraying and smearing to delicate washes of rag-blur or sfumato, demonstrating Oehlen’s unrestrained approach to painting. Caught between flatness and depth, structure and formlessness, the works contrast areas of painterly intricacy with expressive sabotage, revealing an inimitable range of paint handling techniques, unique to the artist.

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In 2006, Darren Almond's monumental clock contruction "Mono Chrono Pneumatic White" and Albert Oehlen's painting "Annihi...
27/04/2021

In 2006, Darren Almond's monumental clock contruction "Mono Chrono Pneumatic White" and Albert Oehlen's painting "Annihilator" were presented in our former gallery location at Holzmarktstraße in Berlin.

Installed within a distance in front of Oehlen's painting, Almond's clock revealed and concealed different elements of the painting as time passed.

https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/darren-almond-albert-oehlen-time-2-kill-2006

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Including recent paintings and large wooden sculptures, Tursic & Mille's exhibition "The postponed show" is live on the ...
26/04/2021

Including recent paintings and large wooden sculptures, Tursic & Mille's exhibition "The postponed show" is live on the website of Le Portique centre régional d'art contemporain du Havre, Le Havre and will open to the public as soon as the government guidelines allow.

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25/04/2021
KAREL APPEL at Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin

In celebration of Karel Appel's centennial today, 25 April, we invite you to watch the exhibition video of his latest show at our Berlin gallery, featuring a selection of the artist's unconventional sculptures which stands as representations of pure expression.

“The Appel effect represents painting and sculpture at their best. It is close to the heart, animalistic, idealistic and thoroughly experimental. It playfully combines ideology with matter and form, and pushes us beyond the boundaries imposed by the human condition.” – K. Ottmann, 2016

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Discover Darren Almond's exhibition "Dark Light" on our website, until our Paris gallery can reopen: https://www.maxhetz...
24/04/2021

Discover Darren Almond's exhibition "Dark Light" on our website, until our Paris gallery can reopen:
https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/darren-almond-dark-light-2021

The exhibition includes three examples of paintings which the artist collectively named the "Kyoto Snows". The metal alloys, dispersed in fragmented numbers across their panels, emit a golden light which glows with the intimacy of daybreak. Some of the metal integers are buried beneath pale washes of paint, evoking the soft complexity of a changing skyscape.

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Darren Almond's exhibition, "Dark Light", can be viewed on our website and will open in our Paris gallery as soon as gov...
23/04/2021

Darren Almond's exhibition, "Dark Light", can be viewed on our website and will open in our Paris gallery as soon as government guidelines allow: https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/darren-almond-dark-light-2021

The paintings in the exhibition are each activated by naturally occurring light conditions, which produce subtle shifts in their appearance throughout the day. Anchored in real time, they exist in a permanent state of flux, as nuanced as the cycle of the sky from dusk to dawn.

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A painting from Navid Nuur's "Vitamin D" series is included in his exhibition in our London gallery, on view until 28 Ap...
22/04/2021

A painting from Navid Nuur's "Vitamin D" series is included in his exhibition in our London gallery, on view until 28 April.

This series explores the concept of light, without which painting could not exist. Paring painting back to its essence, the artist uses crushed vitamin D, matter created by the body from light, as pigment.

https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/navid-nuur-2021

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A monumental painting from Navid Nuur's ongoing series "The Turners" is included in his exhibition in our London gallery...
21/04/2021

A monumental painting from Navid Nuur's ongoing series "The Turners" is included in his exhibition in our London gallery, on view until 28 April 2021. The gallery is exceptionally open Monday – Saturday and until 8pm on Tuesdays.

In this body of work, Nuur appropriates, enlarges, and recolours anonymous doodles collected from scrap paper used to try out pens in stationary stores worldwide. These abstract marks, used to tune the writing instrument, embody an unconscious, universal language that transcends time—dating back to prehistory and reaching into the future.

Click here to discover the works: https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/navid-nuur-apart-secret-it-holds-2021/works/

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Ida Ekblad's painting "OCEAN GIRLS" from 2020 is featured on the cover of Elle Norway, Green issue, no. 5.https://www.el...
17/04/2021

Ida Ekblad's painting "OCEAN GIRLS" from 2020 is featured on the cover of Elle Norway, Green issue, no. 5.

https://www.elle.no

Image: Ida Ekblad, "OCEAN GIRLS", 2020, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark, © Ida Ekblad / BONO 2021, Photo: Uli Holz © Peder Lund

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Ida Ekblad's painting "OCEAN GIRLS" from 2020 is featured on the cover of Elle Norway, Green issue, no. 5.

https://www.elle.no

Image: Ida Ekblad, "OCEAN GIRLS", 2020, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark, © Ida Ekblad / BONO 2021, Photo: Uli Holz © Peder Lund

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Raymond Hains' "Palissade de trois planches" from 1959 is included in the group exhibition "Antworten auf die Wirklichke...
16/04/2021

Raymond Hains' "Palissade de trois planches" from 1959 is included in the group exhibition "Antworten auf die Wirklichkeit", on view at Forum Frohner in Krems-Stein until 9 May 2021.

Including works from the collection of Vienna's mumok, this exhibition explores the connection between Austrian artist Adolf Frohner (1934–2007) and the proponents of "Nouveau Réalisme".

https://www.forum-frohner.at/de

Image: Raymond Hains, Palissade de trois planches, 1959
Photo © mumok - Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, formly Sammlung Hahn, Köln

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Raymond Hains' "Palissade de trois planches" from 1959 is included in the group exhibition "Antworten auf die Wirklichkeit", on view at Forum Frohner in Krems-Stein until 9 May 2021.

Including works from the collection of Vienna's mumok, this exhibition explores the connection between Austrian artist Adolf Frohner (1934–2007) and the proponents of "Nouveau Réalisme".

https://www.forum-frohner.at/de

Image: Raymond Hains, Palissade de trois planches, 1959
Photo © mumok - Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, formly Sammlung Hahn, Köln

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"Baardman Viskop" from 1951 is one of the two paintings by Karel Appel included in the group exhibition "WILD/SCHÖN. Tie...
15/04/2021

"Baardman Viskop" from 1951 is one of the two paintings by Karel Appel included in the group exhibition "WILD/SCHÖN. Tiere in der Kunst", on view at Kunsthalle Emden until 4 July 2021.

https://kunsthalle-emden.de/ausstellungen/wild-schoen-tiere-in-der-kunst

Image: Karel Appel, "Baardman Viskop", 1951
Photo credit: Kunsthalle Emden

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"Baardman Viskop" from 1951 is one of the two paintings by Karel Appel included in the group exhibition "WILD/SCHÖN. Tiere in der Kunst", on view at Kunsthalle Emden until 4 July 2021.

https://kunsthalle-emden.de/ausstellungen/wild-schoen-tiere-in-der-kunst

Image: Karel Appel, "Baardman Viskop", 1951
Photo credit: Kunsthalle Emden

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The transformative potential of materials across time and place lies at the core of Navid Nuur’s practice. Included in h...
13/04/2021

The transformative potential of materials across time and place lies at the core of Navid Nuur’s practice. Included in his exhibition in our London gallery, a penny press machine imprints the artist's fingerprint onto inserted coins by the viewer, transforming them into artworks.

In celebration of the reopening of the show, we will send the first 100 people who email us with mailing address a penny. Email london[at]maxhetzler.com to reserve your piece.

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We are happy to announce the reopening of our London gallery today, 12 April. Come by and visit Navid Nuur's exhibition ...
12/04/2021

We are happy to announce the reopening of our London gallery today, 12 April. Come by and visit Navid Nuur's exhibition "Apart from the secret that it holds" until 28 April. The gallery is exceptionally open Monday – Saturday and until 8pm on Tuesdays.

The transformative potential of materials across time and place lie at the core of Nuur’s practice. The artist’s work assumes its final form in relation to the space where it is presented, changing the way we perceive and interact with our environment. Referring to his works as "interimodules", Nuur points to their temporary nature (interim) and interconnectedness (module). Using ceramics, granite, neon, mirrors and ephemeral concepts such as light, energy or luck, the artist creates experiences that question the world we live in.

https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/navid-nuur-2021

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“Whether they relate to the cycles of the day and the seasons, the ties that connect us to the Earth or the exploration ...
10/04/2021

“Whether they relate to the cycles of the day and the seasons, the ties that connect us to the Earth or the exploration of the solar system, [... Almond’s] works situate us in a complex, sometimes contradictory, relationship with the elements and the phenomena that surround us. A certain fascination and the experience of the sublime are combined with the perception of active and dynamic links; our desire to understand and master the world is mingled with the impression of belonging to the flows that pass through it.”
— Christophe Gallois, 2017

Discover Darren Almond's exhibition "Dark Light" on our website, until our gallery in Paris can reopen. https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/darren-almond-dark-light-2021

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09/04/2021
DARREN ALMOND - DARK LIGHT at Galerie Max Hetzler, Paris

Installed in our Paris gallery, Darren Almond's exhibition "Dark Light" is on view on our website. Watch the exhibition video with an introduction by the artist here: https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/darren-almond-dark-light-2021

"Subtle shifts of colour pan across the paintings throughout the day as the clouds scud by in the sky. Passages of light can fall inexplicably and ricochet from their surface into new directions. Parts of the composition are suddenly illuminated and form new questions or offer different perspectives to the viewer. All this activity anchors the paintings in real time, so their surface operates at that imperceivable, liminal distance between memory and the present." – Darren Almond

The exhibition will open to visitors when government guidelines allow.

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Installed in our Paris gallery (temporarily closed), Darren Almond's exhibition "Dark Light" is now live on our website:...
08/04/2021

Installed in our Paris gallery (temporarily closed), Darren Almond's exhibition "Dark Light" is now live on our website: https://www.maxhetzler.com/exhibitions/darren-almond-dark-light-2021

Almond has produced a series of nine large-scale paintings, each inscribed with abstracted numerical digits inlaid with precious metals and alloys – all pure conductors of light. The artist explains, “All works are multi-panelled canvases that hang on a grid format, the grid being the mathematical gateway to the abstract. The figures which roam across the composition are divided integers, fragments of base ten, a language which belies the math of understanding where and who we are. Our cosmic landscape and biological make-up all reside in this language for it informs all extremities, from describing spacetime to underlying genetic code and engineering.” Divided into subcategories, three of the works are bathed in pale washes of colour signifying daybreak, and six are composed in the deep and ruminating tones of nightfall.

The exhibition will open to visitors when government guidelines allow.

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