Galerie Michael Haas

Galerie Michael Haas Galerie Michael Haas was founded in Berlin in 1976 by Michael Haas. The gallery focuses upon classical modern art, German and international art after 1945.
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Galerie Michael Haas wurde 1976 von Michael Haas in Berlin gegründet. Die Galeriearbeit widmet sich der Kunst der Klassischen Moderne, der deutschen und internationalen Kunst nach 1945 und der Kunst der Gegenwart. Zwei Schwerpunkte stellen der Kunsthandel sowie der Aufbau jüngster künstlerischer Positionen dar. Sowohl beim Kunsthandel mit Werken arrivierter Künstler (z.B. Chagall, Hodler, Klee, Léger, Nolde, Picasso, Richter, Vallotton, Warhol) als auch bei der Präsentation ganz junger Kunst liegt das Augenmerk auf den Gattungen Malerei, Skulptur und Arbeiten auf Papier. Auf dieser Seite möchten wir regelmäßig über die Künstler der Galerie informieren: * Nicole Bianchet * Stefan Bohnhoff * Abraham David Christian * Marianna Gartner * Kerstin Grimm * Richard Jordan * Gustav Kluge * Gary Kuehn * Dirk Lange * Stefan Mannel * Diana Rattray * Pia Stadtbäumer * René Wirths

Galerie Michael Haas's cover photo
16/04/2020

Galerie Michael Haas's cover photo

Vielen Dank an den Landesverband Berliner Galerien (lvbg) für das Feature!
16/04/2020

Vielen Dank an den Landesverband Berliner Galerien (lvbg) für das Feature!

#zugast bei @galeriemichaelhaas:

Die Galerie Michael Haas wurde 1976 in Berlin gegründet. In monatlich wechselnden Ausstellungen präsentiert das Team rund um Michael Haas Künstlerinnen und Künstler der Klassischen Moderne und der deutschen und internationalen Kunst nach 1945. Außerdem werden zeitgenössische Positionen vorgestellt. Die Galerie Michael Haas nimmt regelmäßig ab internationalen Kunstmessen teil.

Momentan zeigt die Galerie Arbeiten des italienischen Pop Art Künstlers Valerio Adami aus den 1960er Jahren. Ein Besuch der Ausstellungsräume ist nach vorheriger Anmeldung per Telefon oder E-Mail jederzeit möglich.

Während der Zeit des Lock Downs hat die Galerie Michael Haas ihre Künstlerinnen und Künstler gebeten, Einblicke in ihren aktuellen Arbeitsprozess unter der Quarantäne zu gewähren. Unter dem Hashtag #hifromquarantine sind die bisherigen Einsendungen gesammelt. Alle Kunstschaffenden, nicht nur die der Galerie, werden dazu ermutigt sich zu beteiligen und den Hashtag zu verwenden.

Galerie Michael Haas
Niehbuhrstraße 5
10629 Berlin
Öffnungszeiten: nach Vereinbarung

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#galeriemichaelhaas #valerioadami #globalartexhibition #lvbg #berlinergalerien #contemporaryart #exhibition #berlin @ Galerie Michael Haas

31/03/2020

HOLLOW SEED by Nicole Bianchet.

A musical #hifromquarantine

René Wirths says #hifromquarantine with this studio view: “I am very happy in these times that it is not my main task to...
30/03/2020

René Wirths says #hifromquarantine with this studio view:
“I am very happy in these times that it is not my main task to keep a company running so that I can concentrate on my inner sources as an artist.”

Galerie Michael Haas's cover photo
25/03/2020

Galerie Michael Haas's cover photo

"It is appropriate at this time, an Apocalyptic Madonna…"⁠⁠Carolein Smit works on two projects. „A Madonna with child is...
25/03/2020

"It is appropriate at this time, an Apocalyptic Madonna…"⁠

Carolein Smit works on two projects. „A Madonna with child is sitting in the kiln and just this morning I was thinking about a new Madonna with child; but this time both as skeletons, on which the beautiful clothes would look completely different...“
The artist is also working on a lamb, „it does not have a head yet but already has a lot of hair. The working process is very tedious and it will still take some time until it is finished.⁠“

Valerio AdamiAutosuggestione II, 1964acrylic on canvas167 x 206 cm
19/02/2020

Valerio Adami
Autosuggestione II, 1964
acrylic on canvas
167 x 206 cm

Galerie Michael Haas's cover photo
09/01/2020

Galerie Michael Haas's cover photo

Our year in 12 pictures. Every month was special and all were exciting and filled with great art. Which exhibition did y...
19/12/2019

Our year in 12 pictures. Every month was special and all were exciting and filled with great art. Which exhibition did you like best this year, or what was your favourite moment in our gallery? Let us know in the comments!

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30/11/2019

Galerie Michael Haas's cover photo

14/11/2019
'One Minute, One Question' with Dimitris Tzamouranis

Today at 7pm, the festival AthenSYN I will open its doors with the exhibition Athen SYN I - Homemade Exotica, curated by Sotirios Bahtsetzis, at Freiraum in der Box, Boxhagener Str. 96, Berlin Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. 16 contemporary Greek artists will present their positions and discuss questions that the documenta14 left open to further evaluation.

Among the participating artists will be Dimitris Tzamouranis presenting his Polyptychon Melancholia for the first time in Berlin. A couple of weeks ago we visited the painter in his studio to talk about freedom:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efQRhNjEYgo

'Dimitris Tzamouranis, what does freedom mean to you?' In our column "One Minute, One Question" we ask artists of our gallery to give us an insight into thei...

30/08/2019

It’s almost September, which means not only is the new art season about to begin, but there are many events coming up as well!

In September we will present the ‘Wochenschau’ (Weekly Show) in our temporary space right next to our premises at Niebuhrstraße. We will host weekly changing exhibitions throughout the month. Stay tuned for more information, we are looking forward for what’s to come!

Werner Heldt (1904-1954) began as an autodidact. In 1922 he created his first works with scenes from old Berlin and reli...
26/06/2019

Werner Heldt (1904-1954) began as an autodidact. In 1922 he created his first works with scenes from old Berlin and religious themes. From 1925 to 1930 he studied at the Hochschule für die bildenden Künste in Charlottenburg. The motifs typical of his other works already appeared here: city views, window pictures, church towers, firewalls and Berlin houses.⠀
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Werner Heldt⠀
Häusergruppe am Berg (Stadt) (Group of houses on the mountain (town)), 1929⠀
charcoal on hand made paper⠀
48 x 62.8 cm

Galerie Michael Haas's cover photo
17/06/2019

Galerie Michael Haas's cover photo

From Berlin to Basel and around the world, Eva and Adele can be found wherever there’s great art! Art Basel
17/06/2019

From Berlin to Basel and around the world, Eva and Adele can be found wherever there’s great art! Art Basel

50 years later: Markus Lüpertz in front of his painting “Idylle” from 1969 at Art Basel—Markus LüpertzIdylle , 1969diste...
12/06/2019

50 years later: Markus Lüpertz in front of his painting “Idylle” from 1969 at Art Basel

Markus Lüpertz
Idylle , 1969
distemper on canvas
275 x 201 cm

The calm before the storm Art Basel.Come visit us in hall 2.0, booth F4!
11/06/2019

The calm before the storm Art Basel.
Come visit us in hall 2.0, booth F4!

Kicking off this year’s Art Basel with the traditional Artists Brunch.Thankful for everyone supporting us every year, li...
11/06/2019

Kicking off this year’s Art Basel with the traditional Artists Brunch.

Thankful for everyone supporting us every year, like our chief restorer Bodo Buczynski. We are looking forward to an exiting week!

Konrad Klapheck is one of the icons of the German postwar avant-garde. Shoes, typewriters, sewing machines, or telephone...
05/06/2019

Konrad Klapheck is one of the icons of the German postwar avant-garde. Shoes, typewriters, sewing machines, or telephones are the motifs of his pictures, for which he is known today. The banal objects often take on human traits, express feelings and create strange associations. They speak of a certain scepticism towards the general technical euphoria of the 1950s, which goes hand in hand with human self-alienation. Contrary to what is often prematurely established, the monumentalized representations do not emerge in the atmosphere of Pop Art. Instead, aspects of New Objectivity and a surrealism that is imprisoned in reality echo. ⠀⠀
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Konrad Klapheck⠀⠀
Das Lächeln der Auguren, 1968⠀⠀
Öl auf Leinwand⠀⠀
68 x 79.5 cm

What was not really known for a long time: Like his friends Pierre Bonnard and Henri Matisse, Maurice Denis was also fas...
28/05/2019

What was not really known for a long time: Like his friends Pierre Bonnard and Henri Matisse, Maurice Denis was also fascinated by East Asian art. He was also an important protagonist of the Nabis, and he also had a considerable collection of Japanese woodcuts. For a long time, Far Eastern art exerted a strong influence on Denis's work; from the beginning of the 20th century, all quotations disappeared without a trace; in publications, Denis covered up any significance of Japanese models.⠀⠀
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Maurice Denis⠀⠀
Conversation sacrée (devant la mer, à contre-jour), ca. 1909⠀⠀
oil on canvas⠀⠀
92 x 65.5 cm

After he had made his way as a clown, tramp, cult founder and alternative practitioner, Friedrich Schröder-Sonnenstern (...
27/05/2019

After he had made his way as a clown, tramp, cult founder and alternative practitioner, Friedrich Schröder-Sonnenstern (1892 – 1982) did not really start drawing until he was well over 50 years old. His works, which often focus on bizarre beings between humans and animals, raise questions because they are a colorful, chaotic mixture of banal, everyday and emotional, dreamy, real, and absurd. From his pictures, whose aesthetics are unfamiliar to us, speaks something cheerful, mysterious and abysmal - they are mirrors of an agonizing, searching, emotional life, which above all with a lot of humour has stood up against all norms and social limitations.⠀⠀
Schröder-Sonnenstern is considered one of the most important representatives of Art Brut or Outsider Art.⠀⠀
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Friedrich Schröder-Sonnenstern⠀⠀
DiE MORALiSChE SChWANENBESChWÖRUNG, 1956⠀⠀
crayon and pencil on carton⠀⠀
49 x 70,5 cm

Leiko Ikemura ⁣⠀Sansui-ga, 2012⁣⠀pigment on canvas⁣⠀160 x 120 cm⁣⠀
02/05/2019

Leiko Ikemura ⁣⠀
Sansui-ga, 2012⁣⠀
pigment on canvas⁣⠀
160 x 120 cm⁣⠀

Art Spotlight: Markus Lüpertz (3/3)⁣⠀⁣⠀Around 1980 Markus Lüpertz created his first sculptures, whereby painting always ...
22/03/2019

Art Spotlight: Markus Lüpertz (3/3)⁣⠀
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Around 1980 Markus Lüpertz created his first sculptures, whereby painting always had priority. In 1982 he began his work with monumental individual figures, which continues to this day. Lüpertz constantly rethinks classical themes, especially antique sculpture, and appropriates them artistically. While the relative concept of beauty is of central importance for antique sculpture, Lüpertz's injured, almost deformed bodies are a detached, ironic way of dealing with it. And yet, and this is his great achievement, the "grace" (Lüpertz) always remains. Also the mostly very colorful painting of the sculptures contributes elementarily to the detachment from the usual representation. Throughout his œuvre, Lüpertz has repeatedly cast a glance back into the past. Lüpertz's examination of the art of the most diverse authors and epochs, their paraphrasing or persiflage, is an opportunity to enter into a competition and, above all, to create something completely new. The overarching concept of abstraction also plays a role, as does the avoidance of any ambiguity.⁣
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Markus Lüpertz⁣⠀
Odysseus II, 2014⁣⠀
bronze, painted⁣⠀
232 x 86 x 140 cm

Art Spotlight: Markus Lüpertz (2/3)⁣⠀⁣⠀Markus Lüpertz, born in 1941 in Reichenberg in Bohemia, fled with his family to R...
21/03/2019

Art Spotlight: Markus Lüpertz (2/3)⁣⠀
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Markus Lüpertz, born in 1941 in Reichenberg in Bohemia, fled with his family to Rheydt in the Rhineland in 1948. He began a five-year course of study at the Werkkunstschule Krefeld at the age of only 15. Study visits to Maria Laach Monastery, Paris and Düsseldorf completed his education. He was expelled from the renowned Düsseldorf Academy on the basis of a "physical confrontation"; he later became the director of the school from 1988 to 2009. ⠀

After leaving school, Lüpertz began working as a freelance artist and shortly afterwards, in 1962, moved to West Berlin to avoid military service after deserting from the French Foreign Legion. The art scene in Berlin was vibrant at the time, but the outsider Lüpertz did not feel a part of the West Berlin Bohemian lifestyle. In 1964, together with other artists, he founded the temporary artist-run gallery Großgörschen 35 in Berlin-Schöneberg.⁣⠀
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Markus Lüpertz⁣⠀
Hector's Head, 2014⁣⠀
bronze, painted⁣⠀
145 x 92 x 75 cm⁣

Art Spotlight: Markus Lüpertz (1/3)⁣⁣Markus Lüpertz is regarded as one of Germany's internationally acclaimed painting s...
20/03/2019

Art Spotlight: Markus Lüpertz (1/3)⁣

Markus Lüpertz is regarded as one of Germany's internationally acclaimed painting stars. However, his multi-faceted oeuvre includes not only painting, but also sculpture, drawing, graphics, poetry and music. Starting in the 1960s, Lüpertz developed a canon of forms and motifs over decades, mostly based on groups of works, that unmistakably stands for his œuvre. It is pure, free painting, whether on canvas or right up to its transformation into sculpture, that is his central concern. It presents itself as a "Lüpertz Cosmos" in its own right, which gets by completely without the current socio-political reality and finds its content in itself and its history.⁣
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Markus Lüpertz⁣
Aphrodite's Head, 2000⁣
bronze, painted⁣
123 x 54 x 45 cm⁣

In the early 1950s Eva Aeppli met Jean Tinguely and Daniel Spoerri. Together they travelled to Paris and Aeplli became T...
18/03/2019

In the early 1950s Eva Aeppli met Jean Tinguely and Daniel Spoerri. Together they travelled to Paris and Aeplli became Tinguely's first wife until she was to give way to Niki de Saint Phalle in 1960, who was a close friend before and even remained one afterwards. Aeppli worked in the environment of the Nouveaux Réalistes around her husband Tinguely, Aman and Yves Klein, without herself belonging to this group. Her run-down studio in the Impasse Ronsin in Paris was close to Constantin's Brâncușis workspace, who she had a love-hate relationship with. Aeppli began her artistic career with charcoal drawings and knitted pictures.⁣⠀
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A joint work by Eva Aeplli and Jean Tinguely can currently be seen in our exhibition Wondrous Worlds at Kunstlager Haas!⁣⠀
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Eva Aeppli⁣⠀
Célestine II - Aspekte Saturn und Venus, 2001⁣⠀
bronze⁣⠀
32 x 18.5 x 23.5 cm⁣

After the opening is before the opening!⁣⠀⁣⠀After the amazing opening night of our group show Wondrous Worlds, reparatio...
13/03/2019

After the opening is before the opening!⁣⠀
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After the amazing opening night of our group show Wondrous Worlds, reparations for the upcoming Gallery Weekend Berlin are already in full swing. ⁣⠀
Galerie Michael Haas is pleased to present new works by Abraham David Christian on this occasion. Do not miss it!⁣

Wolfe von Lenkiewicz is best known for his artistic reconfigurations of well-known iconic paintings of Art history - fro...
22/02/2019

Wolfe von Lenkiewicz is best known for his artistic reconfigurations of well-known iconic paintings of Art history - from Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa to Pablo Picasso's Guernica. Lenkiewicz challenges the notion of authorship by mixing different concepts of aesthetics. He combines a high degree of craftsmanship with the possibilities of image manipulation of the 21st century. His paintings are an attempt to categorize tendencies or to assign works of art to certain "isms". He shows us how art has developed dynamically over the centuries and how different styles and perspectives overlap and intertwine.⁣
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Wolfe von Lenkiewicz⁣⠀
King Ludwig II / Klee, 2011⁣⠀
oil on canvas⁣⠀
250 x 170 cm⁣ @ Galerie Michael Haas

Throughout his life, Antoni Tàpies has intensively studied Far Eastern philosophies, literature and music. Through the i...
21/02/2019

Throughout his life, Antoni Tàpies has intensively studied Far Eastern philosophies, literature and music. Through the integration of individual letters, signs, objects or garments, he created an independent language of materials and signs. His pictures seem mysterious and meditative.⁣⁣⁣⁣⠀
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Wondrous Worlds opens 1 March 2019 at Galerie Michael Haas.⁣⁣⠀
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Antoni Tàpies⁣⁣⠀
Caballeros presentes, 1950⁣⁣⠀
oil on canvas⁣⁣⠀
81 x 100 cm @ Galerie Michael Haas

Nicole Bianchet is active in various artistic fields. It is obvious that her unbridled passions for language, music, sin...
20/02/2019

Nicole Bianchet is active in various artistic fields. It is obvious that her unbridled passions for language, music, singing, photography, installation and painting could never be separated. The one lives through the other, because everything has its origin in their emotions, experiences and ideas.⠀

Wondrous Worlds opens on 1 March 2019 at Galerie Michael Haas⠀
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Nicole Bianchet⠀
Barbalien, 2012⠀
bronze⠀
15 x 19 x 28.7 cm @ Galerie Michael Haas

The work of Diamantis Sotiropoulos impresses with the overwhelming complexity of its creepy brutal depictions and the gl...
19/02/2019

The work of Diamantis Sotiropoulos impresses with the overwhelming complexity of its creepy brutal depictions and the gloomy reflections about the state of today's world. Sotiropoulos belongs to a young generation of Greek artists who courageously tread new paths.

Wondrous Worlds opens on 1 March 2019 at Galerie Michael Haas⠀
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Diamantis Sotiropoulos⠀
Men grow tired of love, dance and peace sooner than war, 2008⠀
ink, glitter and gold paint on paper⠀
223.6 x 165.2 cm
⠀ @ Galerie Michael Haas

18/02/2019
Kunstmuseum Ravensburg

Kunstmuseum Ravensburg

Letzte Ausstellungswoche!

Am 24. Februar enden unsere Ausstellungen »Martha Jungwirth. Panta rhei« und »Pierre Alechinsky. Präsentation Sammlung Selinka«. Nutzen Sie die letzten Ausstellungstage, um diese beiden malerischen Werke näher kennenzulernen, bevor viele der Arbeiten zurück zu ihren Leihgebern gehen.

Sehr herzlich bedanken möchten wir uns für die Unterstützung der Galerie Krinzinger​, der Galerie Michael Haas​, dem Albertina Museum, der Sammlung Freymond, der Sammlung Wemhöner, der Sammlung Liaunig / dem Museum Liaunig und bei den weiteren Privatsammlungen.

Charles Matton's miniatures have something cinematographic about them in their realism, yet they are static and uneventf...
18/02/2019

Charles Matton's miniatures have something cinematographic about them in their realism, yet they are static and uneventful. They tell stories without explaining exactly what is going on. Equally unclear remains the role of the viewer. Have we accepted the silent invitation to take a look into these rooms, or are we just voyeurs who have entered without permission?⠀

Wondrous Worlds opens on 1 March 2019 at Galerie Michael Haas.⠀
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Charles Matton⠀
Studio of a Classical Sculptor II, 2003⠀
mixed media⠀
72 x 90 x 78 cm

In most of Kirkham's paintings the setting is dreary, grey, dull or even repulsive. The men and women, often shown in pr...
13/02/2019

In most of Kirkham's paintings the setting is dreary, grey, dull or even repulsive. The men and women, often shown in provocative but also apathetic poses, recall lifeless dolls in their rigid expressionlessness and irritating posture. The scenes are raw, relentless and uncompromising. At the same time they are characterized by a melancholic, hopeless atmosphere and a sad loneliness. ⠀

Wondrous Worlds open on 1 March 2019 at Galerie Michael Haas.⠀
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Michael Kirkham⠀
The Secretary, 2003⠀
oil on canvas⠀
140 x 180 cm @ Galerie Michael Haas

The ceramic sculptures by Carolein Smit are exclusively figurative, extremely detailed and covered with shiny coloured g...
12/02/2019

The ceramic sculptures by Carolein Smit are exclusively figurative, extremely detailed and covered with shiny coloured glazes. Her animal figures appear lovable and cute at first sight. On closer inspection, however, the viewer recognizes details such as bright red drops of blood and the human-looking emotionally charged posture. This changes the effect of the work

Wondrous Worlds opens on 1 March 2019 at Galerie Michael Haas.
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Carolein Smit
Wild Man, 2015
ceramic
92 x 54 x 41 cm

Tim Ernst's visual world is marked by an extraordinary stylistic diversity. It is this heterogeneity, which at first gla...
11/02/2019

Tim Ernst's visual world is marked by an extraordinary stylistic diversity. It is this heterogeneity, which at first glance seems confusing, that makes the vibrating thematic the pivot for his imaginative and unexpected imagery.
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Tim Ernst⠀
Boulevard of Broken Dreams, 2007⠀
oil on wood⠀
115.5 x 150 cm

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