BERLIN / Weydingerstr. 2/4, 10178 Berlin
BERLIN Kabinett /, Rosa-Luxemburg-Str. 33, 10178 Berlin
KÖLN / Elisenstr. 4-6, 50667 Köln
MÜNCHEN / Türkenstr.43, 80799 München
Two great exhibitions by Renée Green are on view in Berlin!
Inevitable Distances and @ daadgalerie
1. Renée Green, Übertragen/Transfer, 1997. Installation view of the exhibition Renée Green: Inevitable Distances at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin 2021. Courtesy Museum Ludwig, Cologne; Photo: Frank Sperling
2. Installation view of the exhibition Renée Green: Inevitable Distances at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin 2021; Photo: Frank Sperling
3. Renée Green, Idyll Pursuits, 1991. Installation view of the exhibition Renée Green: Inevitable Distances at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin 2021. Courtesy Kunststiftung Ingvild und Stephan Goetz, Munich; Photo: Frank Sperling
4. Renée Green, Import/Export Funk Office, 1992–1993. Installation view of the exhibition Renée Green: Inevitable Distances at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin 2021. Courtesy Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Gift of Gaby and Wilhelm Schürmann; Photo: Frank Sperling
5. Installation view of the exhibition Renée Green: Inevitable Distance at daadgalerie, Berlin 2021; Photo: Thomas Bruns
We are pleased to participate in this years Online Viewing Rooms with a presentation of works by Ken Lum.
October 21 - 24, 2021
Preview, October 20, 2021
Born in Vancouver in 1956 as son to Chinese immigrants, the Canadian artist Ken Lum has developed an extensive Œuvre of conceptual artworks concerned with questions of identity and interrogating stereotypes in relation to race, gender, and spatial politics. In addition to his occupation as painter, sculptor, and photographer, Lum is an active writer, curator and academic, currently holding a professorship of Fine Arts at the University of Pennsylvania.
Congratulations 2021 exhibition opening today!
Congratulations to for receiving the Kaiserring Grant 2021!
On this occasion, visit her first institutional exhibition in Germany . Opening tomorrow, October 3, 2021 11.30 am in Goslar.
Don’t miss your chance to visit our booth at
We are looking forward to welcoming you at booth K5 where we are presenting works by:
„Surra“ 2021 at Parcours , entrance at Stadtkino Basel OPENING NOW!
Opening tonight: Lutz Braun, Die übernatürliche Eigenschaft der Dinge
New Paintings, New Drawings & Catalogue Release
Congratulations to for her second solo exhibition in our gallery.
September 3 – November 6, 2021
Galerie Nagel Draxler, Cologne
The floor heating in the desert is turned up. Even the heat seems to melt, and a rainbow stretches and says goodbye to its romantic curvature. The visual world of Hell Gette are landscape paintings of digital apparitions, in places of childhood and retro-video games. The haunting of the ghosts materializes through topical emojis. The faces and signs, the ghosts and things stand for feelings, personal highs and lows, economic systems, or sun, moon, and fire flames - ultra-hyped and homogenized, as Gette's " 3.0." - A transcendental Photoshop nirvana, captured in classic oil painting. […] - Larissa Kikol
Photos: Simon Vogel
Sunday look into the archives: and carrying mushroom sculptures by at the first edition of in 2002, directed by . The first edition was originally planned for 2001 but postponed because of the horrible incidents of 9/11.
pop up tonight & tomorrow @ Michael Riedel studio
talking about art at the Culture and Impact Leaders Circle Crypto Conference in Zug.
Kenny rocked the audience.!
Other great speakers included
, Technical Integrations Lead at and , serves as the Consul General of Switzerland in San Francisco.
soon to come: Nagel Draxler Hall 2.1., booth K5
We are happy to announce our representation of Michael Riedel!
…and cordially invite you to the
Michael Riedel x Nagel Draxler Studio Pop Up
on the occasion of 27. Saisonstart der Frankfurter Galerien
Friday, September 3 @ Studio Michael Riedel
Since the mid-90s, Michael Riedel has taken pleasure in formulating contradictions. Titles such as „Printed and Unprinted Posters", "Written and Unwritten Texts", and „Seen and unseen Exhibitions" denote his production of serial paintings, wallpapers, posters, and other printed matter, whose pictorial form is based on text. In doing so, he aims at the heart of post-avant-garde discourses of value in which text and image are commonly perceived as separate practices. His "layouts" are graphics that record and reproduce the occurrence of his being as an artist. Conferences of anecdotes, curatorial conversations, his own CV as an ongoing story, other self-descriptions, political debates, or simply email correspondence with his New York gallery are texts that sell better as artworks. He makes use of art's need for commentary, which functions as an infinitely productive blank space and does not detract from Riedel's production. On the contrary.