Michael Reid Berlin

Michael Reid Berlin Australian Art Gallery in Berlin Michael Reid Berlin can be found in the central neighbourhood of Mitte and is a permanent hub for Australian art in Europe.
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With an exhibition program that displays the best of Australian contemporary art, the gallery produces up to eight exhibitions a year, and participates in art fairs and projects across Germany, England, Scotland, Sweden and wider Europe. The gallery is an entry point for European collectors and the first port of call for Australian collectors visiting Berlin...

Die Galerie Michael Reid Berlin s

tellt zeitgenössische Australische Kunst aus. Im April 2013 öffnete, die im zentralen Berliner Stadtteil „Mitte“ gelegene Galerie ihre Türen. Neben zwei weiteren Galerien in Sydney und Murrurundi, Australien, fungiert der Berliner Standort als geographischer Bezugspunkt zwischen London und Moskau – um so an Australische Kunst interessierte Sammler und Kuratoren Europaweit zu erreichen. Hierbei ist Michael Reid Berlin als ein permanenter Dreh- und Angelpunkt für Australische Kunst in Europa zu sehen. Der Ausstellungsort in Berlin steht zudem in enger Verbindung zu einem größeren Zusammenschluss von Kunstgalerien, die eine kreative und vermittelnde Brücke zwischen Australischer und Europäischer Kunst schlagen. Eine qualitative Repräsentation sowie die Auseinandersetzung mit zeitgenössischer Kunst aus Australien sind die zentralen Anliegen der Galerie in Berlin, an deren Umsetzung die Kollegen auf beiden Seiten der Welt gemeinsam ausschalgebend mitwirken.

Collecting and painting bush medicine on countryARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJAUntil 28 October | Michael Reid BerlinTo book an ...
21/10/2023

Collecting and painting bush medicine on country

ARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJA
Until 28 October | Michael Reid Berlin

To book an appointment to view the works at the gallery, please contact ✉️ [email protected]







'Bush Medicine Plants (259-23)', 2023by DAISY KEMARRE TURNERacrylic on cotton61 x 61 cmARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJAUntil 28 O...
19/10/2023

'Bush Medicine Plants (259-23)', 2023
by DAISY KEMARRE TURNER
acrylic on cotton
61 x 61 cm

ARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJA
Until 28 October | Michael Reid Berlin







16/10/2023

'My Country', 2023
by DIANE KEMARRE ROSS
acrylic on cotton
76 x 61 cm

ARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJA
Until 28 October | Michael Reid Berlin

To book an appointment to view the works at the gallery, please contact ✉️ [email protected]







The ladies of Ampilawatja out collecting bush medicine on country ARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJAUntil 28 October | Michael Reid...
15/10/2023

The ladies of Ampilawatja out collecting bush medicine on country

ARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJA
Until 28 October | Michael Reid Berlin

To book an appointment to view the works at the gallery, please contact ✉️ [email protected]







'View Of Country', 2023by GUNDERSON LEWIS KEMARREacrylic on linen76 x 61 cmARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJAUntil 28 October | Mic...
13/10/2023

'View Of Country', 2023
by GUNDERSON LEWIS KEMARRE
acrylic on linen
76 x 61 cm

ARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJA
Until 28 October | Michael Reid Berlin







11/10/2023

ARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJA
Until 28 October | Michael Reid Berlin

Our latest exhibition with the ARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJA is now on view at Michael Reid Berlin.

Informed by a deep connection to Country, the 14 artists represented in this extraordinary collection all work at the Alyawarr-owned and -governed art centre, 320 kilometres northeast of Alice Springs in Australia’s Northern Territory.

Works from the exhibition are available to explore and acquire online. To book an appointment to view the works at the gallery, please contact ✉️ [email protected]







10/10/2023

THIS WEEK: ARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJA
12–28 October 2023 | Michael Reid Berlin

We are thrilled to present our fourth collaboration with Artists of Ampilatwatja, the Alyawarr-owned and -governed art centre in Australia's Northern Territory.

Opening this Thursday at Michael Reid Berlin, the exhibition features incredible new work by:

Ada P**a Beasley
Alana Ngwarraye Holmes
Bonita Kemarre Woodman
Daisy Kemarre Turner
Denise Ngwarraye Bonney
Diane Kemarre Ross
Edie Kemarre Holmes
Elizabeth Ngwarraye Bonney
Gunderson Lewis Kemarre
Josie Ngwarraye Ross
Kindy Kemarre Ross
Louise P**a Luck
Nancy Pitjara Frank
Rosie Kemarre Morton

Explore and acquire works from the exhibition now. For more, please contact ✉️ [email protected]








NEXT WEEK: ARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJA12–28 October | Michael Reid BerlinGet in touch: infoberlin@michaelreid.com.au        ...
07/10/2023

NEXT WEEK: ARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJA
12–28 October | Michael Reid Berlin

Get in touch: [email protected]








04/10/2023

NEXT WEEK: ARTISTS OF AMPILATWATJA
12–28 October | Michael Reid Berlin

After a summer break, we are thrilled to present our next exhibition with the talented Artists of Ampilatwatja.

Informed by a deep connection to Country, most Ampilatwatja artists paint Arreth – meaning ‘strong bush medicine’ – and pay homage to its use and significance.

In depicting traditional bush medicines, these paintings reflect on the life-sustaining importance of the land for generations of Alyawarr people, with every plant and animal playing a vital role within a sacred ecological system.

This show marks our Berlin gallery's fourth collaboration with Artists of Ampilatwatja, the Alyawarr-owned and -governed art centre in the Northern Territory.

To enquire about available works from the series, please contact ✉️ [email protected]








Congratulations to Dr CATHY FRANZI, whose ceramic artworks ‘Stirling Range Coneflower' and ‘Fan Hakea' have been acquire...
30/09/2023

Congratulations to Dr CATHY FRANZI, whose ceramic artworks ‘Stirling Range Coneflower' and ‘Fan Hakea' have been acquired by the Grassi Museum in Leipzig, Germany.

The Grassi Museum of Applied Arts is one of Europe's leading centres for design, fine arts and crafts, celebrating material cultures from across the globe with a collection spanning antiquity to the present day.

With an interdisciplinary approach informed by her science background, Franzi expresses environmental knowledge through her art practice. Her vessels celebrate Australian plant life's unique forms and character, immortalising common and rare species and calling attention to their threatened landscape.

Selected works by Cathy Franzi are available from Michael Reid Berlin. For more, please contact [email protected]









19/08/2023

A beautiful sunny day in Berlin



17/08/2023

Congratulations to PETRINA HICKS on her retrospective show ‘Mythologies’ at Rifugio Digitale in Florence, Italy.

Exhibiting in Italy for the first time, the artist rewrites myths through her beguiling photographs, drawing on stories such as Medusa or Adam and Eve while casting animals with symbolic connotations as co-protagonists.

‘Mythologies’ is on view until September 3, concluding a cycle of photographic exhibitions, SuperNatural, which reflects on Anthropocene entanglements of natural and artificial worlds.

Explore work from the exhibition online or contact [email protected] for more.








14/08/2023

Congratulations OWEN YALANDJA, winner of the Telstra Bark Painting Award at the 2023 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA).

A senior member of the Dangkorlo clan, the Kuninjku artist learned carving from his father, renowned artist Crusoe Kuningbal.

His prize winning work, Ngalkodjek Yawkyawk, represents an old story the artist’s father told about the yawkyawk (mermaid) spirit women called Ngalkodjek who live in the billabong on the artist’s Country.

Ngalkodjek Yawkyawk can be seen alongside all of the shortlisted works in the 2023 Telstra NATSIAA exhibition, which is now on view at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory and via the virtual exhibition.

For more on Yalandja’s work, please contact [email protected]












Congratulations to SAMSON BONSON, GAYPALANI WAṈAMBI, OWEN YALANDJA and MULUYMULUY WIRRPANDA, all finalists in this year’...
11/08/2023

Congratulations to SAMSON BONSON, GAYPALANI WAṈAMBI, OWEN YALANDJA and MULUYMULUY WIRRPANDA, all finalists in this year’s Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards.

All of the shortlisted works will be exhibited online and at Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT), where a selection of significant pieces from the program’s first four decades will also be on view as part of a special 40th-anniversary show.

Owen Yalandja and Gaypalani Waṉambi are also among the artists whose work will be presented by Michael Reid Sydney at this year’s Sydney Contemporary this September.

To enquire about these artists' work, please contact ✉️ [email protected]











Michael Reid Director Toby Meagher is in the Northern Territory this week, visiting REGINA PILAWUK WILSON & the team at ...
10/08/2023

Michael Reid Director Toby Meagher is in the Northern Territory this week, visiting REGINA PILAWUK WILSON & the team at Durrumu Arts in Peppimenarti, and back to Darwin for the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards tomorrow.

Now in its 40th year, Telstra NATSIAA’s class of 2023 will be celebrated at the official awards ceremony this Friday at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT).

- Michael Reid Berlin is closed this week - We will be back in action from Wednesday August 16th -Get in touch ✉️ infobe...
08/08/2023

- Michael Reid Berlin is closed this week - We will be back in action from Wednesday August 16th -

Get in touch ✉️ [email protected]


05/08/2023

Consider this our formal request for the sun to return 🌞

Looking back on a glorious 2023 summer in Berlin so far, ignoring the last two weeks of rain 🌧️




From The Stockroom:TIMOTHY COOK'Kulama (483-20)', 2020natural ochres on linen90 x 90 cmThe Kulama Ceremony is performed ...
03/08/2023

From The Stockroom:
TIMOTHY COOK

'Kulama (483-20)', 2020
natural ochres on linen
90 x 90 cm

The Kulama Ceremony is performed in the late wet season (March-April) when a ring appears around the moon.

Kulama is a traditional initiation for young men which coincides with the harvest of a certain wild yam species. Elders sing and dance for three days welcoming the boys into adulthood. The boy is then renamed with his true man’s name.







Congratulations to GERWYN DAVIES on being selected as a finalist in the 2023 Bowness Photography Prize for his work ‘Alt...
01/08/2023

Congratulations to GERWYN DAVIES on being selected as a finalist in the 2023 Bowness Photography Prize for his work ‘Altavista (Alpine)'.

Works shortlisted in this year’s Bowness Prize will be exhibited at the Museum of Australian Photography in September, with the winner's announcement on Thursday 28 September.
wyn





Created by renowned Australian contemporary photographer TAMARA DEAN and her longtime collaborator, scentsmith Ainslie W...
28/07/2023

Created by renowned Australian contemporary photographer TAMARA DEAN and her longtime collaborator, scentsmith Ainslie Walker, Forīs is an enchanting unisex fragrance evoking the essence of a twilight meander through wild woods.

Handmade in Marrickville, Sydney, the limited first batch of Forīs Eau de Parfum is available NOW, arriving just ahead of Dean's next exhibition, ‘The Suspended Moment’, which will be on view from 3 August.

Top notes blending pink peppercorn and cardamon are at the forefront of the fragrance. As it unfolds, the heart notes emerge, intimately enveloping the wearer in scents inspired by the natural world.

Head to TAMARA DEAN's Artist Page: Link in our bio 🔗









In the second half of the twentieth century, an artistic tradition arose in the Wahgi Valley of the highlands of Papua N...
26/07/2023

In the second half of the twentieth century, an artistic tradition arose in the Wahgi Valley of the highlands of Papua New Guinea of painting traditional war shields with the image of the comic book superhero, The Phantom.

This remarkable cross-cultural exchange derived from the intersection of the age-old bellicose traditions of one of the most culturally remote areas of the world, and a twentieth-century comic book.

First published by Lee Falk in 1936, The Phantom is an American adventure comic strip, printed and syndicated in newspapers worldwide, with over 100 million people seeing the serial daily at its height.

Allied World War Two soldiers stationed on the islands introduced the imagery to the Papuan peoples.

'Berlin Salon – Phantom Shields‘
EXPLORE ONLINE
until 28 July 2023

24/07/2023

'Berlin Salon – Phantom Shields'
EXPLORE ONLINE
until 28 July 2023

Our latest exhibition comprises three exceptional works, including one by John Wahgi, one of the only known Phantom shield artists alive.

The second installation of 'Berlin Salon' presents previously unseen Phantom Shields of Papua New Guinea. Each is strong example of the deep cross-cultural influence of the comic book character, The Phantom, on Independent New Guinea warrior imagery.

Enquire with our specialists now for more information on these powerful objects: [email protected]

After three fantastic weeks discovering the German capital and training alongside our Berlin gallery team, we are sad to...
23/07/2023

After three fantastic weeks discovering the German capital and training alongside our Berlin gallery team, we are sad to be farewelling our new colleague, Head of Marketing Harry Roberts, who is heading back to Eora / Sydney.

Safe travels Harry ✈️


Michael Reid Sydney + BerlinNow Representing: JUAN FORDMichael Reid Sydney + Berlin is pleased to announce the represent...
22/07/2023

Michael Reid Sydney + Berlin
Now Representing: JUAN FORD

Michael Reid Sydney + Berlin is pleased to announce the representation of award-winning Australian artist Juan Ford, a painter of masterly ability whom we are honoured to now present to our followers and collectors.

Juan Ford is known nation-wide for his meticulous treatment of contemporary painting, and will present his first solo exhibition with our Eora / Sydney gallery in 2024.

Of Juan Ford's practice and career, Director and Chairman Michael Reid OAM says:

"The paintings of Juan Ford captivate and compel my viewing today, as they did when I first encountered his work, nearly twenty years ago. Crisp, with an astutely sharp use of colour, Juan’s subjects pop from the canvas.

Juan Ford asks us to compare and contrast and there is a discussion within each of his paintings between the made and the natural world. Between the figure and the environment."







Happy Friday from Meine Bar 🚪Berlin Gallery Manager Tom Austin showing our new colleague Harry Roberts, Head of Marketin...
21/07/2023

Happy Friday from Meine Bar 🚪

Berlin Gallery Manager Tom Austin showing our new colleague Harry Roberts, Head of Marketing, one of our favourite Berlin haunts.

20/07/2023

Nothing like a fresh coat of paint ⬜✅

Open Today from 11AM - 5PM. Come and say hello.

In the second half of the 20th century, an artistic tradition arose in the Wahgi Valley of the highlands of PAPUA NEW GU...
19/07/2023

In the second half of the 20th century, an artistic tradition arose in the Wahgi Valley of the highlands of PAPUA NEW GUINEA of painting traditional war shields with the image of the comic book superhero, The Phantom.

The second installation of Berlin Salon presents previously unseen Phantom Shields of Papua New Guinea.

This remarkable cross-cultural exchange derived from the intersection of the age-old bellicose traditions of one of the most culturally remote areas of the world and a 20th-century comic book.

'Berlin Salon – Phantom Shields'
UNTIL 28 JULY
Explore Online Now 🔗






'Berlin Salon – Phantom Shields'NOW OPENuntil 28 July 📍 Michael Reid BerlinThese striking objects represent a profound m...
18/07/2023

'Berlin Salon – Phantom Shields'
NOW OPEN
until 28 July 📍 Michael Reid Berlin

These striking objects represent a profound moment of cultural exchange between the West and the Papuan peoples that continues today.

Contact our team now to find out more about these remarkable artworks 🪄






OPENING TOMORROW: 'Berlin Salon – Phantom Shields'17–28 July📍Michael Reid Berlin The second installation of Berlin Salon...
16/07/2023

OPENING TOMORROW:
'Berlin Salon – Phantom Shields'
17–28 July📍Michael Reid Berlin

The second installation of Berlin Salon presents previously unseen Phantom Shields of Papua New Guinea.

In the second half of the 20th century, an artistic tradition arose in the Wahgi Valley of the highlands of Papua New Guinea of painting traditional war shields with the image of the comic book superhero, The Phantom.

This remarkable cross-cultural exchange derived from the intersection of the age-old bellicose traditions of one of the most culturally remote areas of the world and a 20th-century comic book.

The Berlin Salon comprises three exceptional works, including one by John Wahgi, one of the only known Phantom shield artists alive. Enquire with our specialists for more information on these powerful objects: [email protected]






15/07/2023
DJURRAYUN MURRINYINA in'Mundhurr- The Gift'until 29 July 2023📍 Michael Reid Sydney DJURRAYUN MURRINYINA is from the Djar...
14/07/2023

DJURRAYUN MURRINYINA in
'Mundhurr- The Gift'
until 29 July 2023
📍 Michael Reid Sydney

DJURRAYUN MURRINYINA is from the Djarrwark, Lulmarrangu clans and her homelands are Balma and Gangan.

Her bark paintings and larrakitj memorial poles contain layers of natural pigment applied in a crosshatching technique known as 'rarrk'.

This, combined with her straight and parallel ribbons of clan designs, produces optical effects that transform the surface of the stringybark to the appearance of water that is effected by the Ancestral presence of the Djang'kawu Creators.









MULUYMULUY WIRRPANDAin ‘Mundhurr – The Gift’ until July 29📍Michael Reid Sydney MULUYMULUY WIRRPANDA was a loyal and cons...
13/07/2023

MULUYMULUY WIRRPANDA
in ‘Mundhurr – The Gift’ until July 29
📍Michael Reid Sydney

MULUYMULUY WIRRPANDA was a loyal and constant sister to Ms. M. Wirrpanda, who has since passed. They painted side by side at the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre.

As the elder sister explored an innovative string of genres, Wirrpanda was a companion artist riffing on the topics of native Australian vegetables, fruit and shellfish – never copying but always harmonising. This has continued after the loss of her sister as she honours the gift their time together.

Joined in the group show ‘Mundhurr – The Gift’ by artists Gaypalani Wanambi and Djurrayun Murrinyina, Wirrpanda presents a series of bark paintings that illustrate bol'pu, the art of basket weaving.

EXPLORE ONLINE NOW: Michael Reid Sydney









GAYPALANI WANAMBIin ‘Mundhurr – The Gift’until July 29 📍Michael Reid Sydney Gaypalani Wanambi‘s father Mr. W. Wanambi ma...
12/07/2023

GAYPALANI WANAMBI
in ‘Mundhurr – The Gift’
until July 29
📍Michael Reid Sydney

Gaypalani Wanambi‘s father Mr. W. Wanambi made sure that his daughter was a major part of his highly successful career from when she was young, encouraging her to paint.

Following his passing in 2022, out of respect for her father, Wanambi eschewed the themes of spirit fish in the waters of Trial Bay, choosing instead to illustrate the journeys of the ancestral honey hunter and the bees hiding in hollows in the stringybark.

Gaypalani Wanambi is the first female artist to practice within the ‘found movement’, which involves re-purposing man made objects found on country.

EXPLORE ONLINE NOW: Michael Reid Sydney









UP NEXT: Berlin Salon – Phantom Shields17–28 July 2023 The second installation of Berlin Salon presents previously unsee...
10/07/2023

UP NEXT:
Berlin Salon – Phantom Shields
17–28 July 2023

The second installation of Berlin Salon presents previously unseen Phantom Shields of Papua New Guinea.

Each shield is strong example of the deep cross-cultural influence of the comic book character, The Phantom, on Independent New Guinea warrior imagery.

Comprising three exceptional works, including one by John Wahgi, one of the only known Phantom shield artists alive, enquire with our specialists now for more information on these powerful objects.

GET IN TOUCH: [email protected]

DR CHRISTIAN THOMPSON AO‘Loom Aura 2’, 2018 📍  VIA  - The design of The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne is inspired by the ident...
08/07/2023

DR CHRISTIAN THOMPSON AO
‘Loom Aura 2’, 2018
📍

VIA - The design of The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne is inspired by the identity of Melbourne, expressing the city’s rich layers of culture and history, beginning with influences from its indigenous story.⁠

The ground floor recognises and celebrates First Nations' heritage through a strong collection of pieces by First Nations artists, and references to land, water and Indigenous culture.⁠

EXPLORE all of Christian Thompson's work on our website 🔗 Link in our bio

📷

ON VIEW NOW📍Michael Reid Sydney‘MUNDHURR – THE GIFT’until July 29Michael Reid Sydney Featuring new work by three Yolŋu a...
07/07/2023

ON VIEW NOW
📍Michael Reid Sydney
‘MUNDHURR – THE GIFT’
until July 29
Michael Reid Sydney

Featuring new work by three Yolŋu artists – Gaypalani Wanambi, Muluymuluy Wirrpanda and Djurrayun Murrinyina – the group show ‘Mundhurr – The Gift’ can be explored online 🔗









05/07/2023

Currently on view at Michael Reid Berlin are pieces from all across Australia ⭐

From ERNABELLA ARTS ceramic wares, to paintings from APY Lands and up to the Tiwi Islands, there is plenty to explore in person and online.

Here you can see pieces from TJIMPUNA WILLIAMS, RUPERT JACK, ALEC BAKER of Iwantja Arts & TIMOTHY COOK of Jilamara Arts & Crafts.

A lovely visit from Michael Reid Murrurundi exhibiting artist LILY PLATTS, whose debut Murra exhibition was in May this ...
04/07/2023

A lovely visit from Michael Reid Murrurundi exhibiting artist LILY PLATTS, whose debut Murra exhibition was in May this year.

If you find yourself in Berlin, do drop by the gallery and pick up a copy of our Berlin guide 🌏




NAIDOC WEEK 2023- For Our Elders -2 - 9 July 2023 "Across every generation, our Elders have played, and continue to play...
02/07/2023

NAIDOC WEEK 2023
- For Our Elders -
2 - 9 July 2023

"Across every generation, our Elders have played, and continue to play, an important role and hold a prominent place in our communities and families." -

As we kick off NAIDOC Week, we celebrate all of the artists and art centres across the country that we are lucky enough to work with, and the many generations that have come before.

Pictured here are pieces from ERNABELLA ARTS, the oldest continuously running art centre in Australia: by LYNETTE LEWIS, TJIMPUNA WILLIAMS, JANICE STANLEY, ELIZABETH DUNN

These ceramic works represent the landscapes and learnings shared by artists at the centre, located in the bountiful APY Lands.

The congregation of art galleries that make up Michael Reid are pleased to welcomed HARRY ROBERTS to the team, as Head o...
30/06/2023

The congregation of art galleries that make up Michael Reid are pleased to welcomed HARRY ROBERTS to the team, as Head of Marketing.

In this newly created role, Harry will work closely with artists, gallery directors and managers, across Michael Reid’s six art galleries to creatively manage digital communications.

Supporting the artistic program of each distinct gallery, Harry will help to develop and produce original stories for Michael Reid’s online and social media channels, strengthening connections between artists, art lovers and collectors.

Harry brings an editorial background to the role, having worked at leading design publication Belle for 12 years, including several as the magazine’s deputy editor and writer of its regular Art section.

Harry is kicking off his time with the gallery in our Berlin gallery, enjoying some time with our international team in the German capital 📍




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