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Last days of our current exhibition ‘Le Kitsch’ which closes this Saturday, May 30th. The exhibition brings together the...
28/05/2020

Last days of our current exhibition ‘Le Kitsch’ which closes this Saturday, May 30th. The exhibition brings together the work of painter Matthias Schaufler and sculptor Anna Fasshauer, exploring their intensive formal and discursive engagement with the figurative and the abstract.⁣

Stop by the gallery this week from 12-6pm for your last chance to view ‘Le Kitsch.’⁣

Where Schaufler explores the possibilities and limits of oil painting, Fasshauer experiments with the material aluminum in space.⠀⁣
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‘Le Kitsch’ is Schaufler's (@s.c.h.a.u.f.l.e.r ) first Berlin exhibition since 2014 and shows over 20 paintings in a variety of sizes from the past five years - a kind of mini retrospective. In the three rooms of the gallery, the show is laid out as a chronological tour from 2016 to 2020, which at the same time provides an overview of Schaufler's latest work, as well as the development of his practice, which documents a balancing act between abstraction and figuration. Schaufler's paintings are juxtaposed with four large-format sculptures by Anna Fasshauer from this year, which have a similarly high level of abstraction. In her material experiments, Fasshauer works with raw aluminum, such as is used in drywall and trade fair construction. ⠀⁣
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The title of the exhibition is a borrowed phrase from the Austrian poet Friederike Mayröcker. She lets this phrase appear in her breathless stream of consciousness whenever poetry threatens to become too clear, because it aims to create a certain feeling without going through the mind and thus threatens to become kitsch. The works in the exhibition also have a dual nature: they are based on a high degree of reflection, at the same time they reach the senses and feelings without detour. Similar to Mayröcker's poetry, Schaufler and Fasshauer operate outside of defined narratives that lie outside of art itself. Their art is about art and at the same time tells us something about life.⠀⁣
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Until 30 of May 2020.⠀⁣
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*in cooperation with Galerie Nagel Draxler (@nageldraxler )⁣

Photo by Nick Ash.

SAVE THE DATE⁣ ⚠️⁣We are excited to announce our upcoming group show ⁣⁣SINCERE INTENTIONS⁣⁣13 June – 01 August 2020⁣⁣Tim...
20/05/2020

SAVE THE DATE⁣ ⚠️

We are excited to announce our upcoming group show ⁣

SINCERE INTENTIONS⁣

13 June – 01 August 2020⁣

Timon & Melchior Grau⁣
Tenki Hiramatsu⁣
Stefan Knauf⁣
Kris Lemsalu⁣
Brandon Lipchik⁣
Nadia Perlov⁣
Sonja Yakovleva⁣
Jan Zöller⁣

On Friday, 12 June 2020 from 6 – 9 PM we are planning to open the exhibition to the public. In response to regulations concerning COVID-19, we are monitoring the situation and will adjust our opening event according to the rules of conduct. Please stay tuned.

SAVE THE DATE for our summer group show 🥂🌈✌️⁣⁣⁣SINCERE INTENTIONS⁣⁣13 June – 01 August 2020⁣⁣Timon & Melchior Grau⁣Tenki...
19/05/2020

SAVE THE DATE for our summer group show 🥂🌈✌️⁣


SINCERE INTENTIONS⁣

13 June – 01 August 2020⁣

Timon & Melchior Grau⁣
Tenki Hiramatsu⁣
Stefan Knauf⁣
Kris Lemsalu⁣
Brandon Lipchik⁣
Nadia Perlov⁣
Sonja Yakovleva⁣
Jan Zöller⁣

On Friday, 12 June 2020 from 6 – 9 PM⁣ we are planning to open the exhibition to the public.⁣ In response to regulations concerning COVID-19, we are monitoring the situation and will adjust our opening event according to the rules of conduct. Please stay tuned.

We are pleased to announce that we are extending the double feature exhibition “Le Kitsch” with works by the painter Mat...
05/05/2020

We are pleased to announce that we are extending the double feature exhibition “Le Kitsch” with works by the painter Matthias Schaufler (*1964) and the sculptor Anna Fasshauer (*1975) until 30 of May 2020.

The two artists both represent a genuine position in their respective discipline through their intensive formal and discursive engagement with the figurative and the abstract. Where Schaufler explores the possibilities and limits of oil painting, Fasshauer experiments with the material aluminum in space.⠀

"Le Kitsch" is Schaufler's (@s.c.h.a.u.f.l.e.r ) first Berlin exhibition since 2014 and shows over 20 paintings in a variety of sizes from the past five years - a kind of mini retrospective. In the three rooms of the gallery, the show is laid out as a chronological tour from 2016 to 2020, which at the same time provides an overview of Schaufler's latest work, as well as the development of his practice, which documents a balancing act between abstraction and figuration. Schaufler's paintings are juxtaposed with four large-format sculptures by Anna Fasshauer from this year, which have a similarly high level of abstraction. In her material experiments, Fasshauer works with raw aluminum, such as is used in drywall and trade fair construction. ⠀

The title of the exhibition is a borrowed phrase from the Austrian poet Friederike Mayröcker. She lets this phrase appear in her breathless stream of consciousness whenever poetry threatens to become too clear, because it aims to create a certain feeling without going through the mind and thus threatens to become kitsch. The works in the exhibition also have a dual nature: they are based on a high degree of reflection, at the same time they reach the senses and feelings without detour. Similar to Mayröcker's poetry, Schaufler and Fasshauer operate outside of defined narratives that lie outside of art itself. Their art is about art and at the same time tells us something about life.⠀

Until 30 May 2020.

*in cooperation with Galerie Nagel Draxler
Photos by Nick Ash.

The gouache painting „My Doggy“ by Sonja Yakovleva @sonja_yakovleva is a contribution to Anika Meiers @anika Dog Series,...
04/05/2020

The gouache painting „My Doggy“ by Sonja Yakovleva @sonja_yakovleva is a contribution to Anika Meiers @anika Dog Series, that Meier has been compiling over the past weeks on her Instagram feed. ⁣

"My Doggy" is part of Yakovleva’s series “Misslungene Selfies" (Eng: „Failed Selfies“), gouache painting that are based on found imagery from Instagram. The original photos that Yakovleva appropriates often look clumsy and cheesy and are therefore perfectly suited to be turned upside down in a snappy sort of way. ⁣

"In my gouache painting series I am particularly interested in “failed” selfies or photographic images of people whose social media feed is thematically filled with portrayals of luxury, consumer lifestyle and sexiness. The failed selfie or failed post compels me to question the absurdity of our vanity fair consumer culture, although that was not the intention of the authors. For me, images like this are a testiment to their lack of creativity and reveal more about people than the perfect, cool selfie ever could. In such selfies or self-portrayal pictures, vulnerable and human sides of people emerge inadvertently, which is rarely found on Instagram's entire feed.“ ⁣

All works by Sonja Yakovleva from left to right:⁣

My Doggy, 2020, Gouache on Paper, 32 x 26 cm ⁣

Kaviar Romantik, 2019 Gouache on Paper, 24 x 25 cm ⁣

Ilya Kot, 2019. Gouache on Paper, 29 x 25 cm ⁣

Luxus Fretchen, 2019, Gouache on Paper, 29 x 25 cm

After weeks of quarantine, we are back 🦋Doors are open: Wednesday - Saturday, 12-6pm
28/04/2020

After weeks of quarantine, we are back 🦋

Doors are open: Wednesday - Saturday, 12-6pm

For painter Matthias Schaufler @s.c.h.a.u.f.l.e.r the act of painting often requires the use of his entire body. The str...
06/04/2020

For painter Matthias Schaufler @s.c.h.a.u.f.l.e.r the act of painting often requires the use of his entire body. The strong movement in front of the canvas, which can range from mere gestures to physical aggression, sometimes creates brute, but also sensual and poetic forms of expression.⁣

"Le Kitsch" is Schaufler's first Berlin exhibition since 2014 and shows over 20 paintings in a variety of sizes from the past five years - a kind of mini retrospective. In the three rooms of the gallery, the show is laid out as a chronological tour from 2016 to 2020, which at the same time provides an overview of Schaufler's latest work, as well as the development of his practice, which documents a balancing act between abstraction and figuration. ⁣

Matthias Schaufler 1964 born in Laichingen, Germany lives and works in Berlin. Schaufler studied Fine Art at Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg (class of Erhard Walther and Mike Hentz) and at Städelschule Frankfurt (class Martin Kippenberger).⁣

Artwork shown: Method Painting, 2017, Oil on canvas , 210 x 190 cm ⁣

"LE KITSCH“ with works by Anna Fasshauer and Matthias Schaufler will run through 16 May 2020 . The exhibition can be viewed by appointment⁣. Photos by Nick Ash. ⁣

For painter Mathias Schaufler @s.c.h.a.u.f.l.e.r the act of painting often requires the use of his entire body. The stro...
06/04/2020

For painter Mathias Schaufler @s.c.h.a.u.f.l.e.r the act of painting often requires the use of his entire body. The strong movement in front of the canvas, which can range from mere gestures to physical aggression, sometimes creates brute, but also sensual and poetic forms of expression.⁣

"Le Kitsch" is Schaufler's first Berlin exhibition since 2014 and shows over 20 paintings in a variety of sizes from the past five years - a kind of mini retrospective. In the three rooms of the gallery, the show is laid out as a chronological tour from 2016 to 2020, which at the same time provides an overview of Schaufler's latest work, as well as the development of his practice, which documents a balancing act between abstraction and figuration. ⁣

Matthias Schaufler 1964 born in Laichingen, Germany lives and works in Berlin. Schaufler studied Fine Art at Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg (class of Erhard Walther and Mike Hentz) and at Städelschule Frankfurt (class Martin Kippenberger).⁣

Artwork shown: Method Painting, 2017, Oil on canvas , 210 x 190 cm ⁣

"LE KITSCH“ with works by Anna Fasshauer and Matthias Schaufler will run through 16 May 2020 . The exhibition can be viewed by appointment⁣.

Photos by Nick Ash. ⁣

Sculptor Anna Fasshauer works with raw aluminum, such as is used in drywall and trade fair construction. To shape her pi...
31/03/2020

Sculptor Anna Fasshauer works with raw aluminum, such as is used in drywall and trade fair construction. To shape her pipe sculptures, she uses machines that are normally used for the industrial bending of metal.

With other sculptures Fasshauer uses her body to model by literally hugging them, as in the case of the pink cuboid seen in the exhibition and pictured here. The coloring comes before the molding. The mostly monochrome lacquer color of Fasshauer's sculptures blurs the industrial character of the material from which they are made, sometimes it is in the great contrast to it, such as in the work "Tactical Reserve," in which metallic hardness and pastel softness meet, and with its handle makes one think of a man-sized travel bag.

„Le Kitsch“ with works by Anna Fasshauers and Matthias Schaufler will be on display until 16 May 2020.

Fasshauers work is exhibited in cooperation with Galerie Nagel Draxler @nageldraxler

Anna Fasshauer 1975 born in Cologne, Germany lives and works in Berlin. Fasshauer studied Fine Art at the De Montfort University Leicester and received a Master of Fine Arts at the Chelsea School of Art and Design, London.

"I often relate to myself negatively," says painter Matthias Schaufler @s.c.h.a.u.f.l.e.r  describing his self-referenti...
29/03/2020

"I often relate to myself negatively," says painter Matthias Schaufler @s.c.h.a.u.f.l.e.r describing his self-referentiality, "insofar as I do not continuously develop solutions to the problem that I once found." Thus Schaufler continuously tries out new color combinations, tools such as spatulas or razor blades, sometimes he dilutes the colors, sometimes he works with more white space, sometimes he fills the canvas almost completely.

"Le Kitsch" is Schaufler's first Berlin exhibition since 2014 and shows over 20 paintings in a variety of sizes from the past five years - a kind of mini retrospective. In the three rooms of the gallery, the show is laid out as a chronological tour from 2016 to 2020, which at the same time provides an overview of Schaufler's latest work, as well as the development of his practice, which documents a balancing act between abstraction and figuration.

Matthias Schaufler, Drei Schwestern, 2017. Oil on Canvas, 205 x 160 cm

Photo by Nick Ash.

We are pleased to announce the double feature exhibition “Le Kitsch” with works by the painter Matthias Schaufler (*1964...
27/03/2020

We are pleased to announce the double feature exhibition “Le Kitsch” with works by the painter Matthias Schaufler (*1964) and the sculptor Anna Fasshauer (*1975) - two artists, who both represent an original position in their respective discipline through their intensive formal and discursive engagement with the figurative and the abstract. Where Schaufler explores the possibilities and limits of oil painting, Fasshauer experiments with the material aluminum in space.⠀

"Le Kitsch" is Schaufler's (@s.c.h.a.u.f.l.e.r ) first Berlin exhibition since 2014 and shows over 20 paintings in a variety of sizes from the past five years - a kind of mini retrospective. In the three rooms of the gallery, the show is laid out as a chronological tour from 2016 to 2020, which at the same time provides an overview of Schaufler's latest work, as well as the development of his practice, which documents a balancing act between abstraction and figuration. Schaufler's pictures are juxtaposed with four large-format sculptures by Anna Fasshauer from this year, which have a similarly high level of abstraction. In her material experiments, Fasshauer works with raw aluminum, such as is used in drywall and trade fair construction. ⠀

The title of the exhibition is a borrowed phrase from the Austrian poet Friederike Mayröcker. She lets this phrase appear in her breathless stream of consciousness whenever poetry threatens to become too clear, because it aims to create a certain feeling without going through the mind and thus threatens to become kitsch. The works in the exhibition also have a dual nature: they are based on a high degree of reflection, at the same time they reach the senses and feelings without detour. Similar to Mayröcker's poetry, Schaufler and Fasshauer operate outside of defined narratives that lie outside of art itself. Their art is about art and at the same time tells us something about life.⠀

Until 16 of May. The show can be viewed by appointment. ⠀

*in cooperation with Galerie Nagel Draxler

Photos by Nick Ash.

12/03/2020

We regret to inform you that based on the recent reports and guidelines issued by the World Health Organisation concerning the coronavirus disease, our artist talk with Rosa von Praunheim has been postponed until further notice.

Our closing reception for Hallöchen has also been cancelled.

We hope to reschedule the talk for a later date, and will keep you updated on any future developments.

Our current exhibition Hallöchen with Murat Önen @muratoenen and Sonja Yakovleva @sonja_yakovleva finishes next Saturday...
06/03/2020

Our current exhibition Hallöchen with Murat Önen @muratoenen and Sonja Yakovleva @sonja_yakovleva finishes next Saturday, March 14. Join us for the closing from 6-9pm. ⁣⁣
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You can also catch Murat playing at the following gigs in Berlin, Dusseldorf and Amsterdam this month. 🕺🎶⁣⁣
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#hallöchen #robertgrunenbergberlin #robertgrunenberg #muratönen #sonjayakovleva #kunstberlin #exhibitionopening #exhibitionopeningberlin #handicrafts #painting #emergingartists #berlinart #kunstwerk #artberlin #berlinartist

We're saying goodbye to Hallöchen! 👋 Join us for the closing Saturday, 14 March from 6-9pm. 🎉⁣⁣Director Rosa von Praunhe...
05/03/2020

We're saying goodbye to Hallöchen! 👋 Join us for the closing Saturday, 14 March from 6-9pm. 🎉⁣

Director Rosa von Praunheim @rosa_von_praunheim_film, whose cult film 'Die Bettwurst' is currently on display in our project space will be joining us for an artist talk at 4pm.⁣

Please RSVP to [email protected] to reserve your place at the artist talk as spots are limited.⁣

Image courtesy of Rosa von Praunheim.⁣

#robertgrunenbergberlin #robertgrunenberg #germanartist #kunstberlin #rosavonpraunheim #rosavonpraunheimfilm #diebettwurst #berlinart #kunstwerk #artberlin #berlinartist #cultfilm #hallöchen #finissage #exhibitionclosing #artisttalk

We are excited to share a new work from Jan Zöller's studio 🙌⁣"Training Balance to Make Bigger Steps" (2020). Acrylic, o...
28/02/2020

We are excited to share a new work from Jan Zöller's studio 🙌

"Training Balance to Make Bigger Steps" (2020). Acrylic, oil based colored pencil, charcoal, and pastels on canvas. 70 x 50 cm.⁣

Image by Lukas Giesler, courtesy of the artist and Robert Grunenberg.⁣

#janzöller #robertgrunenbergberlin #robertgrunenberg #germanartist #kunstberlin #newwork #painting #emergingartists #berlinart #kunstwerk #artberlin #berlinartist #mixedmedia #stars

Big thank you @handelsblatt for featuring our gallery in this weekends newspaper. So excited and honored to be listed am...
23/02/2020

Big thank you @handelsblatt for featuring our gallery in this weekends newspaper. So excited and honored to be listed among dear colleagues from the neighborhood of Charlottenburg @galeriemaxhetzler @contemporaryfinearts @philiphaverkampf @galerieflorianschoenfelder @wolfgangwerner @wentrup_gallery⁣

Come West and visit us and see works by @stefan_knauf @brandonlipchikstudio @sonja_yakovleva @janzoellerrr⁣

Painting shown by Brandon Lipchik „Villa Garden and Artefacts"⁣, 2019

Link to article in Bio.

👋 On view now: Hallöchen with Sonja Yakovleva @sonja_yakovleva and Murat Önen @muratoenen until March 14. The gallery is...
21/02/2020

👋 On view now: Hallöchen with Sonja Yakovleva @sonja_yakovleva and Murat Önen @muratoenen until March 14. The gallery is open Wednesday - Saturday from 12-6pm and by appointment.⁣

For Sonja Yakovleva and Murat Önen, it is the moments of absence amid those of total visibility that raise questions of power, representation and visuality. Their work incorporates the impossible places, silent instants, untold stories and artistic practices that are rejected by the patriarchal system of high culture. How can one produce from a place of inaudibility? How can one view from a position that is completely paradoxical? And how can one hide and reveal oneself in front of eyes that already know what they have seen before they see it? ⁣

Images ©️ Nick Ash.⁣

#hallöchen #robertgrunenbergberlin #robertgrunenberg #muratönen #sonjayakovleva #kunstberlin #exhibitionopening #exhibitionopeningberlin #handicrafts #painting #emergingartists #berlinart #kunstwerk #artberlin #berlinartist @ Robert Grunenberg Berlin

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