Karl Oskar Gallery

Karl Oskar Gallery Karl Oskar Gallery continues the legacy of Wilde Gallery, seeking to explore painterliness in all media.
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Karl Oskar Gallery is proud to present it's second video. Nina Rodin speaks about her solo show "CAVIAR, SKIN AND UNSOLV...
14/02/2021
Nina Rodin, CAVIAR, SKIN AND UNSOLVED SYSTEMS

Karl Oskar Gallery is proud to present it's second video.
Nina Rodin speaks about her solo show
"CAVIAR, SKIN AND UNSOLVED SYSTEMS".

Rodin is a fascinating artist who's work relates to her scientific background. Also visit her gallery artist page with available work.
https://www.karloskargallery.com/nina-rodin-1

An eleven minute video with Nina Rodin talking about her work in a solo show at Karl Oskar Gallery, January 2020.

Merry Christmas and Happy New YearKarl Oskar Gallery wishes you a safe and healthy holiday.Peter WildeThe Leamington Ang...
24/12/2020

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Karl Oskar Gallery wishes you a safe and healthy holiday.

Peter Wilde
The Leamington Angel, 1996
St John's Anglican Church, Leamington, Ontario
Linden, 122 cm dia.

The vernissage and exhibition ofGODsDOGsPER RUBIGO ET OSSA – DURCH ROST UND KNOCHENscheduled to open October 28, has bee...
28/10/2020

The vernissage and exhibition of

GODsDOGs
PER RUBIGO ET OSSA – DURCH ROST UND KNOCHEN

scheduled to open October 28, has been postponed until 2021 due to the rising numbers of COVID-19.

GODsDOGs, per rubigo et ossa, 2020, Velum-Tex Samba Backlight, Lights, Wood, 90 x 117 cm

Installation view of Silke Eva Kästners exhibit, anarchic contemplations.Photo by Ron Helbig.Join us this Wednesday 6 - ...
12/10/2020

Installation view of Silke Eva Kästners exhibit, anarchic contemplations.
Photo by Ron Helbig.

Join us this Wednesday 6 - 10pm for the Finissage and Catalogue launch.

10/10/2020
Silke Eva Kästner, anarchic contemplations

Karl Oskar's first video!
Silke Eva Kästner talks about her work and solo show at Karl Oskar Gallery. 5min.
Finissage and book launch this Wednesday 6-10pm.

Silke Eva Kästner discusses her work and solo exhibition, anarchic contemplations, at Karl Oskar Gallery.

SILKE EVA KÄSTNERanarchic contemplationsPlease Join us for theFINISSAGE AND CATALOGUE LAUNCHWEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 6-10...
09/10/2020

SILKE EVA KÄSTNER
anarchic contemplations

Please Join us for the
FINISSAGE AND CATALOGUE LAUNCH
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 6-10 PM
For Your own safety Corona Rules will be in effect

Karl Oskar Gallery's cover photo
07/10/2020

Karl Oskar Gallery's cover photo

Super fun and safe opening last night of Silke Eva Kästner's show anarchic contemplations. Thanks to everyone who came o...
24/09/2020

Super fun and safe opening last night of Silke Eva Kästner's show anarchic contemplations. Thanks to everyone who came out. Show run until October 14th by appointment.

Karl Oskar Gallery is pleased to announce our participation in Positions Berlin 2020!Come and find us @positions.artfair...
08/09/2020

Karl Oskar Gallery is pleased to announce our participation in Positions Berlin 2020!

Come and find us @positions.artfair:

Booth F05
Flughafen Tempelhof Hangar 3-4
September 10-13

Featuring works by:
GODsDOGs @godsdogs_britta_ron
Nina Rodin @ninarodinartist
Peter Wilde @wildeberlin
Joseph Beuys
Georg Baselitz

Image:

Peter Wilde
Dancing Psyche (2018)
Acrylic on Canvas
150 x 120 cm

#karloskargallery #karloskar #positionsartfair #artfair #godsdogs #ninarodin #peterwilde #josephbeuys #georgbaselitz #artinberlin #berlinart #berlingallery #kunstberlin #kunst #berlingalerie

Beispiel Halle: Der rechte Terror und die Kunst
26/07/2020
Beispiel Halle: Der rechte Terror und die Kunst

Beispiel Halle: Der rechte Terror und die Kunst

Der Anschlag des Rechtsextremisten Stephan B. im deutschen Halle an der Saale, bei dem zwei Menschen getötet wurden, hat wegen des Umfangs der geplanten Tat tiefe Wunden hinterlassen. „Antisemitismus und rechte Ideologie sind in Deutschland tief verwurzelt“, sagt eine der Überlebenden des Ansc...

It might not be Thursday, but it is time for a throwback:GODsDOGs (Britta und Ron Helbig)  exhibiting "Spaltenraum und S...
29/06/2020
Kunst-Festival: "Rohkunstbau" kehrt zurück ins Schloss Lieberose

It might not be Thursday, but it is time for a throwback:
GODsDOGs (Britta und Ron Helbig) exhibiting "Spaltenraum und Strahlenriss" in 2018 at the XXIV. Rohkunstbau in Schloss Lieberose.

Die 25. Auflage der Kunstausstellung Rohkunstbau wird im Sommer im Schloss Lieberose präsentiert.

27/05/2020

INVENTORY #1
Karl Oskar Gallery presents a selection of work from its Inventory

Open by appointment
May 27th - July 8th

Karel Appel
Georg Baselitz
Joseph Beuys
Amrita Dhillon
Günther Förg
GODsDOGs
Silke Kästner
Arnulf Rainer
Nina Rodin
Dieter Roth
Sigmar Polke
René Schoemakers
Peter Wilde
Christopher Winter

René Schoemakers, München leuchtet (ToniRoth!ToniRoth!ToniRoth!) , 2018, Acrylic on canvas  130 x 130 cm
25/05/2020

René Schoemakers, München leuchtet (ToniRoth!ToniRoth!ToniRoth!) , 2018, Acrylic on canvas 130 x 130 cm

More work from Karl Oskar’s new artist René Schoemakers. ‘He does not explain his works of art through lengthy descripti...
24/05/2020

More work from Karl Oskar’s new artist René Schoemakers. ‘He does not explain his works of art through lengthy descriptions, but allows for a certain ambiguity, a certain illusionistic aspect to remain…Schoemakers allows his paintings their secrets’ - The Missing Kink, Christoph Tannert

René Schoemakers,
 BDM, 2019, 
Acrylic on canvas, 60X45cm

More work from Karl Oskar’s new artist René Schoemakers.“René Schoemakers is a painter with his feet planted firmly in t...
23/05/2020

More work from Karl Oskar’s new artist René Schoemakers.

“René Schoemakers is a painter with his feet planted firmly in the 21st century, and a lengthy shadow that stretches far back into art history. His crystal clear brushstrokes capture the melancholic present — illuminated by its characteristically cold, blinding light — adorned with a wealth of symbolism from the past.” Amrita Dhillon

René Schoemakers, The Unencumbered Self (Die Tathandlung) , 2018, Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 130 cm

Karl Oskar Gallery is very excited to represent René Schoemakers as a gallery artist.“René Schoemakers is a painter with...
22/05/2020

Karl Oskar Gallery is very excited to represent René Schoemakers as a gallery artist.
“René Schoemakers is a painter with his feet planted firmly in the 21st century, and a lengthy shadow that stretches far back into art history. His crystal clear brushstrokes capture the melancholic present — illuminated by its characteristically cold, blinding light — adorned with a wealth of symbolism from the past.” Amrita Dhillon
René Schoemakers, Der böhse Paul (Mekanïk Destruktïw Kommandöh) , 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 180 x 120 cm

Karl Oskar Gallery's cover photo
22/05/2020

Karl Oskar Gallery's cover photo

Christopher Winter, keeping busy in times of corona.
22/05/2020
New York, Berlin, UK: Christopher Winter

Christopher Winter, keeping busy in times of corona.

Gerade startete bei der Dirk Lehr Collection zusammen mit der Leo Kuelbs Collection eine Gruppenausstellung, an der der 1968 geborene Maler teilnimmt. Ein schöner Anlass für uns, den Maler in seinem Atelier in ...

Karl Oskar Gallery's cover photo
23/03/2020

Karl Oskar Gallery's cover photo

It is with great sadness that we mourn the death of John Brown.1953-2020 A truly great painter“Painting is a way to glim...
23/03/2020

It is with great sadness that we mourn the death of
John Brown.
1953-2020

A truly great painter

“Painting is a way to glimpse the changes in things, as they grow up, decay, disappear. It is a way to be alive, to practice active resistance to the notion that there is order and intelligence in the universe. A way to recognize – a way to keep reminding myself, to insist – that there are things other than culture operating in the formation of the self. My colours are often faded, which enables the paintings to be seen in continuity with nature, which also fades and dies and ceases to be. Biology, sexuality and painting bear witness to the decline at the heart of existence.
When I was a younger man, I was obsessed with the body and death. Hence, my interest in Francis Bacon and other painters of his sort. Now, I think I have said everything about the body thatI need to say, and the focus of my work is much more formal. Or perhaps I am just more calm, living, as I do, in the body of a man over fifty, free, at least a little, of some passions of my younger years. I don’t know. But there is one thing I do know: that my hidden body, older now, is still in the work, disclosing and closing, opening and shutting in the marks I make.”

From an essay and interview “Answers” by John Mays, 2011

Karl Oskar Gallery is very proud to announce Christopher Winter's participation in this museum exhibition.Artists includ...
05/03/2020

Karl Oskar Gallery is very proud to announce Christopher Winter's participation in this museum exhibition.
Artists include Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, David Hockney, Yves Klein, Odilon Redon, Paul Klee, Joan Mitchell, Mark Tansey, Callum Innes, Helen Frankenthaler, Christopher Winter.

Thank-you Vanessa Souli and Berlin Art Link for this great review of Nina Rodin's show "Caviar, Skin and unsolved System...
11/02/2020
Nina Rodin at Karl Oskar Gallery | Berlin Art Link

Thank-you Vanessa Souli and Berlin Art Link for this great review of Nina Rodin's show "Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems", Finissage this Thursday 6-10pm

Nina Rodin’s interdisciplinary show ‘Caviar, Skin And Unsolved Systems’ at Karl Oskar Gallery in Tempelhof suggests a scientific approach to art-making

Thank-you Vanessa Souli and Berlin Art Link for this great review of Nina Rodin's show Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems...
11/02/2020
Nina Rodin at Karl Oskar Gallery | Berlin Art Link

Thank-you Vanessa Souli and Berlin Art Link for this great review of Nina Rodin's show Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems, Finissage this Thursday 6-10pm

Nina Rodin’s interdisciplinary show ‘Caviar, Skin And Unsolved Systems’ at Karl Oskar Gallery in Tempelhof suggests a scientific approach to art-making

Next Thursday, 6-10pm,Finissage; Nina Rodin, Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems,Last chance to see this great show.
08/02/2020

Next Thursday, 6-10pm,
Finissage; Nina Rodin, Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems,
Last chance to see this great show.

Next Thursday, 6-10pm,Finissage; Nina Rodin, Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems,Last chance to see this great show.
07/02/2020

Next Thursday, 6-10pm,
Finissage; Nina Rodin, Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems,
Last chance to see this great show.

Next Thursday, 6-10pm,   Finissage; Nina Rodin, Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems,Last chance to see this great show.
05/02/2020

Next Thursday, 6-10pm,
Finissage; Nina Rodin, Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems,
Last chance to see this great show.

Please Join us Tonight, Vernissage January 22 , 6-10pmNina RodinCaviar, Skin and unsolved SystemsBy appointment, January...
22/01/2020

Please Join us Tonight, Vernissage January 22 , 6-10pm
Nina Rodin
Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems
By appointment, January 15 - February 13, 2020

Nina Rodin with�Category of Near Infinite Permutations II and III, 2019 �Giclée printed washi paper, entomology pins, 160 x 160 x 9 cm

Nina RodinCaviar, Skin and unsolved SystemsVernissage January 22, 6-10pmBy appointment, January 15 - February 13, 2020Ni...
20/01/2020

Nina Rodin
Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems
Vernissage January 22, 6-10pm
By appointment, January 15 - February 13, 2020

Nina Rodin �Category of Near Infinite Permutations II, 2019 �Giclée printed washi paper, entomology pins, 160 x 160 x 9 cm

in this second collection of 1000 origami butterflies, rodin has printed one thousand of her archive of photos of marks by other artists and by herself onto Japanese Washi pa- per. again, the possible permutations of colours and marks seem near-infinite. the dizzying swarm echoes the com- plexity of the human mind which so mesmerises rodin. She likes to remind us that the number of states the human mind can be in exceeds the number of particles in the uni- verse. the spiral tries to bring order to the chaos but never solves the system.

Nina RodinCaviar, Skin and unsolved SystemsVernissage January 22, 6-10pmBy appointment, January 15 - February 13, 2020Ni...
19/01/2020

Nina Rodin
Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems
Vernissage January 22, 6-10pm
By appointment, January 15 - February 13, 2020

Nina Rodin,
After the Party, 2020
Installation and Kimono with Forestry Tape

Flagging tape is predominantly use in forestry - whether for logging or for scientific studies - and the alluring colours are designed for maximum contrast. nina rodin first en- countered a piece of pink flagging tape deep in the Peru- vian amazon forest. like a pink cheap plastic brush stroke hanging in mid-air, it was both attractive and repulsive. rodin identifies with the traditional geisha: a highly edu-cated artist, often shrewd conversationalist and sometimes an influential political commentators but most commonly misunderstood as simply being for sale. every tree is lovingly identified and counted in a dutch man-made forest. in the gallery, the trees have been entirely replaced by plastic. Flagging tape is also used to triage bodies after natural disasters.

Nina RodinCaviar, Skin and unsolved SystemsVernissage January 22, 6-10pmBy appointment, January 15 - February 13, 2020 S...
16/01/2020

Nina Rodin
Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems
Vernissage January 22, 6-10pm
By appointment, January 15 - February 13, 2020

Self Portrait with Two failed Projects, 2018
Acrylic on Canvas
91.5 x 117.5 cm

This painting features Rodin wrapped in two failed projects. the first, a 270 Sonobe unit origami polygon, the second a crochet blanket made using systematic combinations of colour juxtapositions. Both failed; the origami ball couldn’t hold its own weight, and the blanket was meant to be shown with schematic tabular representation of the colour
combination used, which the artist had kept track of using colour pencils on a large sheet of paper. this record was lost when her dog ate the paper. The laborious formal painting is a nod to the classical tradition of the self-portrait.

Please join us for the opening next Wednesday the 22nd.Nina Rodin, Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems.
15/01/2020

Please join us for the opening next Wednesday the 22nd.
Nina Rodin, Caviar, Skin and unsolved Systems.

Karl Oskar Gallery's cover photo
02/01/2020

Karl Oskar Gallery's cover photo

Finissage Tonight!John Brown, Claudia Chaseling, Franz Defregger, Amrita Dhillon, Grigori Dor, Boris Eldagsen, GODsDOGs,...
11/12/2019

Finissage Tonight!

John Brown, Claudia Chaseling, Franz Defregger, Amrita Dhillon, Grigori Dor, Boris Eldagsen, GODsDOGs, Peter Freitag, Heike Gallmeier, Julija Goyd, Jann Holstein, Silke Kästner, Anne Michaux, Enda O’Donoghue, Sigmar Polke, Nina Rodin, Arnulf Rainer, Römer + Römer, Dieter Roth, Benjamin Rubloff, René Schoemakers, Semra Sevin, Michael Stecky, Peter Wilde, Christopher Winter

Finissage and catalogue launch, tomorrow night, Wednesday January 11, 6-10pm.John Brown, Claudia Chaseling, Franz Defreg...
10/12/2019

Finissage and catalogue launch, tomorrow night, Wednesday January 11, 6-10pm.

John Brown, Claudia Chaseling, Franz Defregger, Amrita Dhillon, Grigori Dor, Boris Eldagsen, GODsDOGs, Peter Freitag, Heike Gallmeier, Julija Goyd, Jann Holstein, Silke Kästner, Anne Michaux, Enda O’Donoghue, Sigmar Polke, Nina Rodin, Arnulf Rainer, Römer + Römer, Dieter Roth, Benjamin Rubloff, René Schoemakers, Semra Sevin, Michael Stecky, Peter Wilde, Christopher Winter

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Karl Oskar Gallery

Founded in May 2018, Karl Oskar Gallery is a contemporary art space with a focus on curation. The gallery is a continuation of Wilde Gallery, which was founded in 2007 in Berlin Mitte. In a five year period the former Gallery produced 30 exhibitions and participated in 17 International Art Fairs. Karl Oskar Gallery continues the legacy of Wilde Gallery, seeking to explore painterliness in all media.

The gallery's emphasis on curation means that each show will be conceived based on specific thematic criteria. The gallery is also proud to host guest curators as part of its program.

Karl Oskar features the work of artists at all stages in their careers. Some artists at the gallery have taken part in prestigious international exhibitions and biennials, and whose work may be found in renowned private and public collections.

A important aspect of Karl Oskar Gallery’s work will include participating in art fairs at home and abroad.

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