Galerie Thomas Schulte

Galerie Thomas Schulte Since it was established in 1991, Galerie Thomas Schulte’s ongoing focus has been placed on nurtur Galerie Thomas Schulte was established in 1991 as Galerie Franck + Schulte.

It changed its name in November 2000. It was the first major newcomer to the reawakening art scene of the reunited German capital and received high critical acclaim from its very start. The program of represented artists centers around conceptual art and focuses on the contemporary scene since 1960. Among the best known positions of the gallery are: Alice Aycock, Richard Deacon, Alfredo Jaar, Jona

It changed its name in November 2000. It was the first major newcomer to the reawakening art scene of the reunited German capital and received high critical acclaim from its very start. The program of represented artists centers around conceptual art and focuses on the contemporary scene since 1960. Among the best known positions of the gallery are: Alice Aycock, Richard Deacon, Alfredo Jaar, Jona

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⁣IRIS SCHOMAKER⁣IN SECRET KEPT/ IN SILENCE SEALED⁣⁣HUXLEY-PALOUR GALLERY, LONDON⁣08 JUNE TO 03 JULY, 2021⁣⁣Today, Iris S...
08/06/2021


IRIS SCHOMAKER⁣
IN SECRET KEPT/ IN SILENCE SEALED⁣

HUXLEY-PALOUR GALLERY, LONDON⁣
08 JUNE TO 03 JULY, 2021⁣

Today, Iris Schomaker opens her first UK solo show at Huxley-Parlour, London with a sepection of new paintings on paper.⁣

Taken from a line in a Charlotte Brontë poem, Evening Solace, the title of the exhibition ‘in secret kept/ in silence sealed’ reflects on interiority, solitude and the nature of time.⁣

@iris_schomaker.studio #irisschomaker @huxleyparlour #huxleyparlourgallery #london #galeriethomasschulte


IRIS SCHOMAKER⁣
IN SECRET KEPT/ IN SILENCE SEALED⁣

HUXLEY-PALOUR GALLERY, LONDON⁣
08 JUNE TO 03 JULY, 2021⁣

Today, Iris Schomaker opens her first UK solo show at Huxley-Parlour, London with a sepection of new paintings on paper.⁣

Taken from a line in a Charlotte Brontë poem, Evening Solace, the title of the exhibition ‘in secret kept/ in silence sealed’ reflects on interiority, solitude and the nature of time.⁣

@iris_schomaker.studio #irisschomaker @huxleyparlour #huxleyparlourgallery #london #galeriethomasschulte

⁣REBECCA HORN⁣BEE’S PLANETARY MAP⁣⁣Alongside Horn’s recent works, the gallery is also showing two of the artist’s semina...
05/06/2021


REBECCA HORN⁣
BEE’S PLANETARY MAP⁣

Alongside Horn’s recent works, the gallery is also showing two of the artist’s seminal kinetic installations from the 1990s: Bee’s Planetary Map (1998) and Der Turm der Namenlosen (1994). Thomas Schulte’s very first exhibition at the time of the gallery’s opening on Momsensenstraße—Berlin-Charlottenburg—in April 1991, featured Rebecca Horn’s unforgettable installation Chor der Heuschrecken (Choir of Locusts). 30 years and many joint projects later, the gallery continues its active collaboration with one of Germany’s most important female artists.⁣

Photo: @stefanhaehnel

#rebeccahorn #beesplanetarymap #30years #galeriethomasschulte


REBECCA HORN⁣
BEE’S PLANETARY MAP⁣

Alongside Horn’s recent works, the gallery is also showing two of the artist’s seminal kinetic installations from the 1990s: Bee’s Planetary Map (1998) and Der Turm der Namenlosen (1994). Thomas Schulte’s very first exhibition at the time of the gallery’s opening on Momsensenstraße—Berlin-Charlottenburg—in April 1991, featured Rebecca Horn’s unforgettable installation Chor der Heuschrecken (Choir of Locusts). 30 years and many joint projects later, the gallery continues its active collaboration with one of Germany’s most important female artists.⁣

Photo: @stefanhaehnel

#rebeccahorn #beesplanetarymap #30years #galeriethomasschulte

⁣ALBRECHT SCHNIDER ⁣KUNSTMUSEUM THUN, SWITZERLAND⁣⁣29 MAY TO 15 AUGUST 2021⁣⁣Albrecht Schnider returned from Berlin two ...
01/06/2021


ALBRECHT SCHNIDER ⁣
KUNSTMUSEUM THUN, SWITZERLAND⁣

29 MAY TO 15 AUGUST 2021⁣

Albrecht Schnider returned from Berlin two years ago to settle down in Hilterfingen, Switzerland, his wife’s hometown. This “homecoming” is reflected in his more recent work, which focuses on landscape. In the exhibition Pathless Landscape, a concentrated ensemble of figurative and landscape motifs in dialogue gives viewers an overview of the current work of one of the major figures in contemporary Swiss painting.

Work: Albrecht Schnider
‘Landschaft’, 2010
16,5 x 33 cm

#albrechtschnider #kuntsmuseumthun @kunstmuseumthun #galeriethomasschulte


ALBRECHT SCHNIDER ⁣
KUNSTMUSEUM THUN, SWITZERLAND⁣

29 MAY TO 15 AUGUST 2021⁣

Albrecht Schnider returned from Berlin two years ago to settle down in Hilterfingen, Switzerland, his wife’s hometown. This “homecoming” is reflected in his more recent work, which focuses on landscape. In the exhibition Pathless Landscape, a concentrated ensemble of figurative and landscape motifs in dialogue gives viewers an overview of the current work of one of the major figures in contemporary Swiss painting.

Work: Albrecht Schnider
‘Landschaft’, 2010
16,5 x 33 cm

#albrechtschnider #kuntsmuseumthun @kunstmuseumthun #galeriethomasschulte

⁣LEUNORA SALIHU & MICHAEL MÜLLER⁣ART COLOGNE ONLINE SALES⁣⁣28 MAY TO 4 JUNE⁣⁣We are very pleased to present Michael Müll...
27/05/2021


LEUNORA SALIHU & MICHAEL MÜLLER⁣
ART COLOGNE ONLINE SALES⁣

28 MAY TO 4 JUNE⁣

We are very pleased to present Michael Müller and Leunora Salihu in the sections 'Contemporary Art' and 'Young Art' as part of Art Cologne Online Sales. The Art Cologne Online Sales platform is open for VIPs from today, 26 May. The Public Days will be from 28 May to 4 June.⁣

For a preview of our specially selected works by Leunora Salihu and Michael Müller, visit our online viewing room where you will find detailed information on the works including installation views and close-ups as well as the possibility to contact us directly. ⁣

Works: (1) Michael Müller ⁣
‘Fernwirkung’, 2021⁣
2-part work, acrylic, lacquer and gesso on glass and printed aluminum⁣
(2x) 202 x 145 x 4.5 cm⁣

(2) Leunora Salihu⁣
‘Bogen’, 2016⁣
Ceramic⁣
204 x 54 x 30 cm⁣

@artcolognefair #artcologne @studiomichaelmueller #michaelmueller #leunorasalihu #galeriethomasschulte

26/05/2021

BEE’S PLANETARY MAP⁣ ⁣

#rebeccahorn #beesanetarymap #galeriethomasschulte

19/05/2021


REBECCA HORN⁣
BEE’S PLANETARY MAP⁣

As part of this year’s Gallery Weekend Berlin, Galerie Thomas Schulte presents a solo exhibition by Rebecca Horn. Alongside Horn’s recent works, the gallery is also showing two of the artist’s seminal kinetic installations from the 1990s: Bee’s Planetary Map (1998) and Der Turm der Namenlosen (1994). Thomas Schulte’s very first exhibition at the time of the gallery’s opening on Momsensenstraße—Berlin-Charlottenburg—in April 1991, featured Rebecca Horn’s unforgettable installation Chor der Heuschrecken (Choir of Locusts). 30 years and many joint projects later, the gallery continues its active collaboration with one of Germany’s most important female artists.⁣

Work: Rebecca Horn⁣
‘Die Neuerscheinung’, 2019⁣

Video: Marco Funke

#rebeccahorn #beesplanetarymap #galleryweekend #galeriethomasschulte

⁣JONAS WEICHSEL⁣DEBATE⁣⁣OLDENBURGER KUNSTVEREIN⁣14 MAY TO 11 JULY⁣⁣Finally, after many delays, due to the measures conce...
17/05/2021


JONAS WEICHSEL⁣
DEBATE⁣

OLDENBURGER KUNSTVEREIN⁣
14 MAY TO 11 JULY⁣

Finally, after many delays, due to the measures concerning the COVID 19 pandemic, Jonas Weichsel’s extensive solo show @oldenburgerkunstverein has openeded this weekend. The exhibition is on display through 11 July, 2021.

@jonas_weichsel #jonasweichsel #debate #oldenburgerkunstverein #galeriethomasschulte

⁣REBECCA HORN⁣BEE‘S PLANETARY MAP⁣⁣Rebecca Horn dedicated ‘Turm der Namenslosen’ (1994) to the thousands of, largely Bos...
13/05/2021


REBECCA HORN⁣
BEE‘S PLANETARY MAP⁣

Rebecca Horn dedicated ‘Turm der Namenslosen’ (1994) to the thousands of, largely Bosnian, refugees who arrived in Vienna in the early-to-mid 1990s. Most arrived without passports and without knowledge of the dominant language. Many would use the musical instruments they brought with them to express and perform their trauma.⁣

As if trying to escape from the window arches, a spiral of interlocking fruit picking ladders crowd upwards toward the ceiling of the gallery’s Corner Space. Seeming to climb the ladders’ rungs, nine violins begin to play a wild polyphony at regular intervals. The symbolic power of musical instruments—and the string instrument in particular—in contexts of trauma and displacement, has become a central leitmotif in Horn’s work. This particularly true for her piece, Concert for Buchenwald. Created around the same time as Bees’ Planetary Map, this sculptural composition has been on permanent installation in Weimar since 1999. A further leitmotif object in Horn’s work are the spinning binoculars which recur in her ten-part filmography including Der Eintänzer, La Ferdinanda, and Buster’s Bedroom.⁣

Photo: @stefanhaehnel

#rebeccahorn #beesplanetarymap #turmdernamenslosen #galeriethomasschulte


REBECCA HORN⁣
BEE‘S PLANETARY MAP⁣

Rebecca Horn dedicated ‘Turm der Namenslosen’ (1994) to the thousands of, largely Bosnian, refugees who arrived in Vienna in the early-to-mid 1990s. Most arrived without passports and without knowledge of the dominant language. Many would use the musical instruments they brought with them to express and perform their trauma.⁣

As if trying to escape from the window arches, a spiral of interlocking fruit picking ladders crowd upwards toward the ceiling of the gallery’s Corner Space. Seeming to climb the ladders’ rungs, nine violins begin to play a wild polyphony at regular intervals. The symbolic power of musical instruments—and the string instrument in particular—in contexts of trauma and displacement, has become a central leitmotif in Horn’s work. This particularly true for her piece, Concert for Buchenwald. Created around the same time as Bees’ Planetary Map, this sculptural composition has been on permanent installation in Weimar since 1999. A further leitmotif object in Horn’s work are the spinning binoculars which recur in her ten-part filmography including Der Eintänzer, La Ferdinanda, and Buster’s Bedroom.⁣

Photo: @stefanhaehnel

#rebeccahorn #beesplanetarymap #turmdernamenslosen #galeriethomasschulte

⁣MICHAEL MÜLLER⁣SCHWIERIGE BILDER⁣⁣SAMMLUNG WEMHÖNER⁣CURATED BY PHILIPP BOLLMANN⁣⁣30 APRIL TO 1 JULY⁣⁣Sammlung Wemhöner ...
06/05/2021


MICHAEL MÜLLER⁣
SCHWIERIGE BILDER⁣

SAMMLUNG WEMHÖNER⁣
CURATED BY PHILIPP BOLLMANN⁣

30 APRIL TO 1 JULY⁣

Sammlung Wemhöner presents the solo exhibition by Michael Müller "Schwierige Bilder" (Difficult Paintings) on the occasion of this year’s Gallery Weekend Berlin. ⁣

Curated by Philipp Bollmann at Hasenheide 13 in an unrenovated 19th century ballroom in Berlin, the show focuses on Müller’s work as a painter and presents a new series of large-size canvases.⁣

Due to the current situation, the exhibition remains closed until further notice. UPDATE (28 April 2021).⁣

@studiomichaelmueller #michaelmueller @philipp_bollmann @sammlungwemhoener #sammlungwemhöner #schwierigebilder #galeriethomasschulte


MICHAEL MÜLLER⁣
SCHWIERIGE BILDER⁣

SAMMLUNG WEMHÖNER⁣
CURATED BY PHILIPP BOLLMANN⁣

30 APRIL TO 1 JULY⁣

Sammlung Wemhöner presents the solo exhibition by Michael Müller "Schwierige Bilder" (Difficult Paintings) on the occasion of this year’s Gallery Weekend Berlin. ⁣

Curated by Philipp Bollmann at Hasenheide 13 in an unrenovated 19th century ballroom in Berlin, the show focuses on Müller’s work as a painter and presents a new series of large-size canvases.⁣

Due to the current situation, the exhibition remains closed until further notice. UPDATE (28 April 2021).⁣

@studiomichaelmueller #michaelmueller @philipp_bollmann @sammlungwemhoener #sammlungwemhöner #schwierigebilder #galeriethomasschulte

⁣REBECCA HORN⁣BEE'S PLANETARY MAP⁣⁣NOW OPEN⁣UNTIL 26 JUNE⁣⁣After very successful first days during Gallery Weekend Berli...
04/05/2021


REBECCA HORN⁣
BEE'S PLANETARY MAP⁣

NOW OPEN⁣
UNTIL 26 JUNE⁣

After very successful first days during Gallery Weekend Berlin, Rebecca Horn's exhibition Bee's Planetary Map is now open. The show borrows its title from its central installation. Conceived in 1998 during the height of the Balkan wars, which forcibly displaced millions of people, Bee's Planetary Map captures the transformative power of bees to address the theme of dislocation and uprootedness. Empty beehives fill the space with the haunting buzz of a wandering swarm of bees. Honey-yellow light streams from the suspended baskets and is reflected by rotating mirrors on the ground. At regular intervals, a paving stone attached to a mechanical winch falls from the ceiling, shattering one of the mirrors. Spinning splinters of mirror chase panicked scraps of light across the room. It is the central human themes in Rebecca Horn’s works that render them their timeless quality.⁣

Visiting the exhibition is easy, just book a time-slot and bring a negative Corona test that is less than 24 hours old. ⁣

Photo: @stefanhaehnel

#rebeccahorn #beesplanetarymap #galeriethomasschulte


REBECCA HORN⁣
BEE'S PLANETARY MAP⁣

NOW OPEN⁣
UNTIL 26 JUNE⁣

After very successful first days during Gallery Weekend Berlin, Rebecca Horn's exhibition Bee's Planetary Map is now open. The show borrows its title from its central installation. Conceived in 1998 during the height of the Balkan wars, which forcibly displaced millions of people, Bee's Planetary Map captures the transformative power of bees to address the theme of dislocation and uprootedness. Empty beehives fill the space with the haunting buzz of a wandering swarm of bees. Honey-yellow light streams from the suspended baskets and is reflected by rotating mirrors on the ground. At regular intervals, a paving stone attached to a mechanical winch falls from the ceiling, shattering one of the mirrors. Spinning splinters of mirror chase panicked scraps of light across the room. It is the central human themes in Rebecca Horn’s works that render them their timeless quality.⁣

Visiting the exhibition is easy, just book a time-slot and bring a negative Corona test that is less than 24 hours old. ⁣

Photo: @stefanhaehnel

#rebeccahorn #beesplanetarymap #galeriethomasschulte

⁣REBECCA HORN⁣BEE'S PLANETARY MAP⁣⁣NOW OPEN⁣UNTIL 26 JUNE⁣⁣After very successful first days during Gallery Weekend Berli...
04/05/2021


REBECCA HORN⁣
BEE'S PLANETARY MAP⁣

NOW OPEN⁣
UNTIL 26 JUNE⁣

After very successful first days during Gallery Weekend Berlin, Rebecca Horn's exhibition Bee's Planetary Map is now open. The show borrows its title from its central installation. Conceived in 1998 during the height of the Balkan wars, which forcibly displaced millions of people, Bee's Planetary Map captures the transformative power of bees to address the theme of dislocation and uprootedness. Empty beehives fill the space with the haunting buzz of a wandering swarm of bees. Honey-yellow light streams from the suspended baskets and is reflected by rotating mirrors on the ground. At regular intervals, a paving stone attached to a mechanical winch falls from the ceiling, shattering one of the mirrors. Spinning splinters of mirror chase panicked scraps of light across the room. It is the central human themes in Rebecca Horn’s works that render them their timeless quality.⁣

Visiting the exhibition is easy, just book a time-slot and bring a negative Corona test that is less than 24 hours old. ⁣

Photo: @stefanhaehnel

#rebeccahorn #beesplanetarymap #galeriethomasschulte


REBECCA HORN⁣
BEE'S PLANETARY MAP⁣

NOW OPEN⁣
UNTIL 26 JUNE⁣

After very successful first days during Gallery Weekend Berlin, Rebecca Horn's exhibition Bee's Planetary Map is now open. The show borrows its title from its central installation. Conceived in 1998 during the height of the Balkan wars, which forcibly displaced millions of people, Bee's Planetary Map captures the transformative power of bees to address the theme of dislocation and uprootedness. Empty beehives fill the space with the haunting buzz of a wandering swarm of bees. Honey-yellow light streams from the suspended baskets and is reflected by rotating mirrors on the ground. At regular intervals, a paving stone attached to a mechanical winch falls from the ceiling, shattering one of the mirrors. Spinning splinters of mirror chase panicked scraps of light across the room. It is the central human themes in Rebecca Horn’s works that render them their timeless quality.⁣

Visiting the exhibition is easy, just book a time-slot and bring a negative Corona test that is less than 24 hours old. ⁣

Photo: @stefanhaehnel

#rebeccahorn #beesplanetarymap #galeriethomasschulte

⁣GALLERY WEEKEND BERLIN⁣FINAL DAY⁣⁣REBECCA HORN⁣28 APRIL TO 26 JUNE⁣⁣‘Bee’s Planetary Map’ is at once site-specific, and...
02/05/2021


GALLERY WEEKEND BERLIN⁣
FINAL DAY⁣

REBECCA HORN⁣
28 APRIL TO 26 JUNE⁣

‘Bee’s Planetary Map’ is at once site-specific, and yet not bound to any one space, captures the transformative power of bees: converting and repurposing natural substances to construct their habitats. Conceived during the height of the Balkans war, which forcibly displaced millions across the region, Bees’ Planetary Map captures themes of dislocation, uprootedness and fractured movement. Empty beehives fill the space with the haunting buzz of a wandering swarm of bees. Honey-yellow light streams from the suspended baskets, which is in turn reflected off of round, rotating mirrors and projected across walls and ceilings. At regular intervals, a paving stone attached to a mechanical winch falls from the ceiling and shatters one of the mirrors. Spinning splinters of mirror chase panicked scraps of light across the room. Struggling towards the center, searching for protection and security, fearing for freedom and belonging—these are the central human themes in Rebecca Horn’s work.⁣

Today is the final day of Gallery Weekend, however, Rebecca Horn’s exhibition will be on display through 26 June. Book an appointment via the link in bio.⁣

Photo: @stefanhaehnel

@galleryweekendberlin #galleryweekendberlin #rebeccahorn #beesplanetarymap #galeriethomasschulte


GALLERY WEEKEND BERLIN⁣
FINAL DAY⁣

REBECCA HORN⁣
28 APRIL TO 26 JUNE⁣

‘Bee’s Planetary Map’ is at once site-specific, and yet not bound to any one space, captures the transformative power of bees: converting and repurposing natural substances to construct their habitats. Conceived during the height of the Balkans war, which forcibly displaced millions across the region, Bees’ Planetary Map captures themes of dislocation, uprootedness and fractured movement. Empty beehives fill the space with the haunting buzz of a wandering swarm of bees. Honey-yellow light streams from the suspended baskets, which is in turn reflected off of round, rotating mirrors and projected across walls and ceilings. At regular intervals, a paving stone attached to a mechanical winch falls from the ceiling and shatters one of the mirrors. Spinning splinters of mirror chase panicked scraps of light across the room. Struggling towards the center, searching for protection and security, fearing for freedom and belonging—these are the central human themes in Rebecca Horn’s work.⁣

Today is the final day of Gallery Weekend, however, Rebecca Horn’s exhibition will be on display through 26 June. Book an appointment via the link in bio.⁣

Photo: @stefanhaehnel

@galleryweekendberlin #galleryweekendberlin #rebeccahorn #beesplanetarymap #galeriethomasschulte

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