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SEASON'S GREETINGS The team of Robert Grunenberg wishes you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.  For the new year 2023...
22/12/2022

SEASON'S GREETINGS

The team of Robert Grunenberg wishes you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

For the new year 2023 we wish you all the best, health and happiness.

The gallery will be closed for winter holidays from 23 December 2022 until 13 January 2023.

We are looking forward to see you at the gallery and upcoming art fairs next year.

Image: Filip Henin, Mother's Wish, 2022, Oil on printed polyester, 160 x 160 cm

LAST DAYS TO SEE:Sevina TzanouParties I am not Invited to12 November – 23 December 2022 Sevina Tzanou, born 1994 in Gree...
16/12/2022

LAST DAYS TO SEE:

Sevina Tzanou
Parties I am not Invited to
12 November – 23 December 2022

Sevina Tzanou, born 1994 in Greece, has studied in Düsseldorf under Katharina Grosse, Eberhard Havekost and Yesim Akdeniz. She lives and works in Bonn, DE, and Athens, GR.

Auf mich, 2022
Oil and acrylic on canvas
190 x 160 cm

LAST DAYS TO SEE:Dominika BednarskyUp to no Gouda12 November – 23 December 2022Dominika Bednarsky, born 1994 in Schweinf...
16/12/2022

LAST DAYS TO SEE:

Dominika Bednarsky
Up to no Gouda
12 November – 23 December 2022

Dominika Bednarsky, born 1994 in Schweinfurt, DE, lives and works in Frankfurt am Main. She has studied at the Offenbach University of Art and Design under Heiner Blum and Mike Bouchet.

RAINER FETTINGEDITIONS 1976 – 1992Friday, 16 December 20225 – 9 p.m.We are delighted to invite you to a presentation of ...
15/12/2022

RAINER FETTING
EDITIONS 1976 – 1992

Friday, 16 December 2022
5 – 9 p.m.

We are delighted to invite you to a presentation of early editions by Rainer Fetting.

All of the multiples were created between 1976 - 1992 and show land- and seascapes as well as nudes and city scenes.

Rainer Fetting (*1949, Wilhelmshaven, DE) achieved international success with the "Neue Wilden" in the early 1980s. His art, which formed towards the end of the 1970s with its expressionist painting against conventions of abstract and conceptual art, is highly relevant again today. Fetting's work has been - and still is - a decisive precursor for "q***r" discourses around gender, identity, the individual, and power.

Save the Date:Fillip HeninRegarding Past at NoonOpeningFriday, 13 January 20236 – 9 p.m. Exhibition on view14 January – ...
09/12/2022

Save the Date:

Fillip Henin
Regarding Past at Noon

Opening
Friday, 13 January 2023
6 – 9 p.m.

Exhibition on view
14 January – 4 March 2023

We are pleased to invite you to the opening of the first solo exhibition by Filip Henin at the gallery. New paintings - all created in 2022 - will be on view.

Filip Henin dedicates his work to the unconscious, mystical interrelations between human beings and their natural grown and manmade environments. With a great sensitivity for color, light, and contrasting silhouettes, Henin paints on different material, such as wood, polyester and canvas.

The depicted figures and animals are entangled in obscure actions, staged in front of landscapes and architectures that seem to be undefined and exaggerated at the same time, forming the ground of a narration that is just about to turn.

Filip Henin (b. 1986, German) lives and works in Berlin. In 2015 he graduated from the Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Braunschweig, Germany, where he studied in the class of Walter Dahn.



Image: Filip Henin, Greek Match, 2022, 100 x 130 cm

Stefan KnaufFurzkissen Series, 2022Powder coated steel, matt lacquered 37 x 125 x 90 cmavailable in glossy, semi-matt an...
08/12/2022

Stefan Knauf
Furzkissen Series, 2022
Powder coated steel, matt lacquered
37 x 125 x 90 cm

available in glossy, semi-matt and matt



Images: Roman März

OPEN NOW: Sevina TzanouParties I am not Invited to12 November – 23 December 2022 Sevina Tzanou, born 1994 in Greece, has...
03/12/2022

OPEN NOW:

Sevina Tzanou
Parties I am not Invited to
12 November – 23 December 2022

Sevina Tzanou, born 1994 in Greece, has studied in Düsseldorf under Katharina Grosse, Eberhard Havekost and Yesim Akdeniz. She lives and works in Bonn, DE, and Athens, GR.

OPEN NOW:Dominika BednarskyUp to no Gouda12 November – 23 December 2022Dominika Bednarsky, born 1994 in Schweinfurt, DE,...
03/12/2022

OPEN NOW:

Dominika Bednarsky
Up to no Gouda
12 November – 23 December 2022

Dominika Bednarsky, born 1994 in Schweinfurt, DE, lives and works in Frankfurt am Main. She has studied at the Offenbach University of Art and Design under Heiner Blum and Mike Bouchet.

NOW ON VIEW: Art Cologne 2022 Booth A-313Stefan Knauf
Cactus III, 2022
inflated steel, hot dip galvanized
205 x 55 x 30 ...
19/11/2022

NOW ON VIEW: Art Cologne 2022

Booth A-313

Stefan Knauf
Cactus III, 2022
inflated steel, hot dip galvanized
205 x 55 x 30 cm

NOW ON VIEW: Art Cologne 2022 Booth A-3131. Rainer Fetting
Watt Keitum, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
70 x 100 cm2. Rainer Fett...
18/11/2022

NOW ON VIEW: Art Cologne 2022

Booth A-313

1. Rainer Fetting
Watt Keitum, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
70 x 100 cm

2. Rainer Fetting
Argonaut I, 2018 / 2019
Bronze, paint
75 cm × 108 cm × 52 cm

3. Rainer Fetting
Hasenmann am Watt, 2017
Acrylic on canvas
90 x 150 cm

NOW ON VIEW: Art Cologne 2022 Booth A-3131. Anna Virnich
Hitzeknall, 2022
Latex, spandex, satin corsage, polyester, cott...
17/11/2022

NOW ON VIEW: Art Cologne 2022

Booth A-313

1. Anna Virnich
Hitzeknall, 2022
Latex, spandex, satin corsage, polyester, cotton, plaid, tulle and yarn on wood
120 x 160 cm

2. Anna Virnich
Letters for the Future, 2022
Photographic print on textile, satin fabric, laced thread, yarn on wood
44 x 60 cm

NOW ON VIEW: Art Cologne 2022 Booth A-3131. Jan Zöller
Zuofirsiht, 2022
Charcoal, oilstick, coloured canvas and pastels ...
16/11/2022

NOW ON VIEW: Art Cologne 2022

Booth A-313

1. Jan Zöller
Zuofirsiht, 2022
Charcoal, oilstick, coloured canvas and pastels on canvas, 200 x 250 cm

2. Jan Zöller
Ein Baum bleibt immer ein Baum, 2022
Styrodur, Linen, tension belts, copper nails, 250 x 65 x 70 cm

3. Jan Zöller
Nothing to see here, 2022
Pencil on paper, 30 x 50 cm, aluminium frame

OPEN NOW: Sevina TzanouParties I am not Invited to12 November – 23 December 2022 Sevina Tzanou, born 1994 in Greece, has...
15/11/2022

OPEN NOW:

Sevina Tzanou
Parties I am not Invited to
12 November – 23 December 2022

Sevina Tzanou, born 1994 in Greece, has studied in Düsseldorf under Katharina Grosse, Eberhard Havekost and Yesim Akdeniz. She lives and works in Bonn, DE, and Athens, GR.

OPEN NOW:Dominika BednarskyUp to no Gouda12 November – 23 December 2022Dominika Bednarsky, born 1994 in Schweinfurt, DE,...
15/11/2022

OPEN NOW:

Dominika Bednarsky
Up to no Gouda
12 November – 23 December 2022

Dominika Bednarsky, born 1994 in Schweinfurt, DE, lives and works in Frankfurt am Main. She has studied at the Offenbach University of Art and Design under Heiner Blum and Mike Bouchet.

Visit us at Artissima in Turino  Booth Pink B, No. 263 Nov - 6 Nov, 2022We are delighted to announce our participation a...
04/11/2022

Visit us at Artissima in Turino

Booth Pink B, No. 26

3 Nov - 6 Nov, 2022

We are delighted to announce our participation at Artissima, featuring three new, large scale paintings by Brandon Lipchik.

Sirens, Storms, and flying Saucers emerge in Lipchiks new works as he plays with fragmented figurative bodies engaged with natural, the supernatural, and mythological forces. Although heroic in scale the paintings are stripped of white male heroism. Awkward figures are disembodied amongst q***ring digitized narratives in digitized theater sets. Ideas of camp and humor come forward theater sets. Ideas of camp and humor come forward as notions of little green men and seductive sirens play with irony.

Images f.l.t.r.: Brandon Lipchik

1. Sailor and Sirens, 200 x 300 cm, 2022.
2. Swimmer caught in a storm, 200 x 300 cm, 2022.
3. Abductance fantasy, 200 x 300 cm, 2022.

OPENING SOON:Sevina TzanouParties I am not invited toOpening ReceptionFriday, 11 November 20226 – 9 pm 12 November –  23...
03/11/2022

OPENING SOON:

Sevina Tzanou
Parties I am not invited to

Opening Reception
Friday, 11 November 2022
6 – 9 pm 
12 November –  23 December 2022

The artworks of painter Sevina Tzanou are energetic and powerful pieces of painting. Painted with gestural, scratchy brushstrokes, her mid and large format canvases reveal scenes from nightlife, bars, strip clubs and burlesque theaters.

For her first solo show at the gallery, entitled „Parties I am not invited to“, Tzanou presents a series of new large scale paintings, that build a panoramic night life party scene along the gallery walls. Her portraits of dynamically formed figures are in movement, dancing, posing and shape bold silhouettes, sometimes morphing into each other. Her sometimes lightly, sometimes heavily dressed protagonists, women most of it, sit, stand and pose in groups as if they are on stage or – strangely enough – are the audience themselves. There is an element of drama and drag, an opulent costume show with fierce high heels, heavy make up and big hair. The oil paintings of the artist, who lives and works in Bonn and Athens, reference a variation of classics: one thinks of the masqueraded figure groups by James Ensor, the painting Carmencita (1924) by Iovis Corinth, the expressionistic sceneries by Ludwig Kirchner and the composition of Francis Bacons morphing heads and grotesque figures in front of bold color field background. One could even draw a line to the „Jungen Wilden“ group of Berlin’s q***r and punk movement in the 1980s. Despite all the rich references, Tzanou has a reoccurring discourse, that tackles concepts and representations of femininity as a socially shaped, performative model of gender and has carved out a world through painting that one wants to be invited to.

Sevina Tzanou, born 1994 in Greece, has studied in Düsseldorf under Katharina Grosse. She lives and works in Bonn, DE, and Athens, GR.

OPENING SOON:Dominika Bednarsky Up to no GoudaOpening ReceptionFriday, 11 November 20226 – 9 pm 12 November –  23 Decemb...
03/11/2022

OPENING SOON:

Dominika Bednarsky
Up to no Gouda

Opening Reception
Friday, 11 November 2022
6 – 9 pm 
12 November –  23 December 2022

A swan partly costumed in meat loaf and sausages, a pig’s skull on a tray crowned with a pine apple looking dazed and confused - welcome to the fantastical creatures from Dominika Bednarsky. 

In „Up to no Gouda“, Bednarsky's first exhibition at the gallery, the Frankfurt-based artist assembles a survey of glazed ceramic objects that she has made over the last three years. Selected pieces from different existing series and new large scale objects reveal Bednarsky's diverse and unconventional practice of ceramic handcraft. What makes her work so special is her surprising choice of motives, masterfully crafted – have you ever seen a ceramic floor sculpture resembling a neatly mawn lawn? In „Rasen“, the artist combined 9 tiles made of thousands delicately formed grass stalks with a Carl Andre kind of vibe. Juxtaposed is a large piece depicting a rock populated by several small mice in colorful shirts and shorts. In another body of work the artist created miniatures of animal furs that are unfolding on the floor and the gallery wall.
Her arrangements with comical and happy-sad connotations stir up 17th century still life vanitas and fuse with contemporary and pop cultural references to absurdity of a hedonistic consumer and everyday kitsch culture. Looking at her unique objects, a momentum of artificiality of contemporary life and sentiment of nature and real emotions blend just as irritating as touching. 

Dominika Bednarsky, born 1994 in Schweinfurt, DE, lives and works in Frankfurt am Main. She has studied at the Offenbach University of Art and Design under Heiner Blum and Mike Bouchet.

Final days of:Anna VirnichStillsThis Saturday, 5 November 2022Robert Grunenberg is pleased to present “Stills”, an exhib...
02/11/2022

Final days of:

Anna Virnich
Stills
This Saturday, 5 November 2022

Robert Grunenberg is pleased to present “Stills”, an exhibition with new, large-scale works by Anna Virnich. The artist is known for her delicate tableaus composed with different textiles. Starting from abstract painting, Virnich creates an emotionally charged pictorial space by using contrasting materialities and different textures. For the first time, painterly elements with figurative references now appear in the artist's work.

Anna Virnich (*1984) lives and works in Berlin. In 2014 she graduated from the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig in the class of Walter Dahn. Her works have been shown in many solo and group exhibitions, such as the Schering Stiftung, Berlin; Sammlung Philara, Düsseldorf; Bonner Kusntverein, Bonn; Kunstverein Schloss Morsbroich, Leverkusen. Works are among others part of the Philara Collection, Düsseldorf; Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Berlin; and Osthaus Museum in Hagen, Germany. In 2017, Virnich was part of the longlist for the Preis der Neuen Nationalgalerie, Berlin, and was most recently awarded with the Strike A Pose Award, Düsseldorf.

For more information, please contact the gallery: [email protected]

Images: Roman März

Find us this week at Artissima in Turino  Booth Pink B, No. 263 Nov - 6 Nov, 2022We are delighted to announce our partic...
01/11/2022

Find us this week at Artissima in Turino

Booth Pink B, No. 26

3 Nov - 6 Nov, 2022

We are delighted to announce our participation at Artissima, featuring three new, large scale paintings by Brandon Lipchik.

Sirens, Storms, and flying Saucers emerge in Lipchiks new works as he plays with fragmented figurative bodies engaged with natural, the supernatural, and mythological forces. Although heroic in scale the paintings are stripped of white male heroism. Awkward figures are disembodied amongst q***ring digitized narratives in digitized theater sets. Ideas of camp and humor come forward theater sets. Ideas of camp and humor come forward as notions of little green men and seductive sirens play with irony.

Image: Brandon Lipchik, Swimmer caught in A Storm boarder, 2022, Oil and acrylic on canvas, 200 x 300 cm

Today 40 years ago the exhibition “Zeitgeist” opened at Gropius Bau in Berlin, featuring large scale paintings by Rainer...
15/10/2022

Today 40 years ago the exhibition “Zeitgeist” opened at Gropius Bau in Berlin, featuring large scale paintings by Rainer Fetting and other artist such as
Polke, Baselitz, Lüpertz, Hacker, Middendorf, Dahn, Kiefer, Immendorff, Tannert, Salomé, Bömmels, Dokoupil, Hödicke, Koberling, Büttner, Höckelmann and Penck, curated by Christos M. Joachimides and Norman Rosentahl.

“The year was 1982, seven years before the fall of the Berlin Wall. Christos M. Joachimides, a Greek art historian, and Norman Rosenthal, from London’s Royal Academy, organized what was arguably one of the most historically significant global painting surveys of the 20th century. “Zeitgeist” was the term chosen to define the title of this momentous exhibition. Held in the center of Berlin at the Martin-Gropius-Bau, a former arts and crafts museum of the Prussian State, “Zeitgeist” brought together 45 of the worlds’ most driven and symbolically heroic artists of the moment.” From John Newsom, Flash Art

1982 – 2022: 40 years of ZEITGEIST

Images from KUNSTFORUM International, Volume 56 (December 1982) I thanks to Rainer Fetting and Volker Diehl

On view now:Anna VirnichStill 2, 2022
Tulle, silk, polyester, fur, yarn on wooSpecial opening hours this Saturday & Sund...
17/09/2022

On view now:

Anna Virnich
Still 2, 2022
Tulle, silk, polyester, fur, yarn on woo

Special opening hours this Saturday & Sunday: 12-8 pm

Image: Roman März

On view Now:Anna VirnichStill 3 (Capri), 2022Tulle, gaze, silk, plastic, fake leather, lace, aquarelle, yarn on wooden s...
14/09/2022

On view Now:

Anna Virnich
Still 3 (Capri), 2022
Tulle, gaze, silk, plastic, fake leather, lace, aquarelle, yarn on wooden stretch frame
160 x 223 cm

Visit us during Art Week Berlin:
Wed - Sun: 12-20 pm

Image: Roman März

Anna VirnichStills10 September - 5 November 2022Robert Grunenberg is pleased to present “Stills”, an exhibition with new...
10/09/2022

Anna Virnich
Stills
10 September - 5 November 2022

Robert Grunenberg is pleased to present “Stills”, an exhibition with new, large-scale works by Anna Virnich. The artist is known for her delicate tableaus composed with different textiles. Starting from abstract painting, Virnich creates an emotionally charged pictorial space by using contrasting materialities and different textures. For the first time, painterly elements with figurative references now appear in the artist's work.

Anna Virnich (*1984) lives and works in Berlin. In 2014 she graduated from the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig in the class of Walter Dahn. Her works have been shown in many solo and group exhibitions, such as the Schering Stiftung, Berlin; Sammlung Philara, Düsseldorf; Bonner Kusntverein, Bonn; Kunstverein Schloss Morsbroich, Leverkusen. Works are among others part of the Philara Collection, Düsseldorf; Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Berlin; and Osthaus Museum in Hagen, Germany. In 2017, Virnich was part of the longlist for the Preis der Neuen Nationalgalerie, Berlin, and was most recently awarded with the Strike A Pose Award, Düsseldorf.

For more information, please contact the gallery: [email protected]

Open Now: Brandon Lipchik‘s  paintings on view at EMMA Museum  as part of the group show „In Search of the Present“The e...
04/09/2022

Open Now:

Brandon Lipchik‘s paintings on view at EMMA Museum as part of the group show „In Search of the Present“

The exhibition takes a look at our world, which is defined by technology and its impact on who we are. The pieces in the exhibition explore the relationships between nature, technology, human thought and artificial intelligence.

On view until 15 January 2023.

With works by Refik Anadol, Dora Budor, Sougwen Chung, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Stephanie Dinkins, Teemu Lehmusruusu, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Agnieszka Kurant, Brandon Lipchik, Jaakko Pietiläinen, Sondra Perry, Anna Ridler, Raimo Saarinen, Jenna Sutela, Jakob Kudsk Steensen and Lu Yang.

The exhibition is the second part of EMMA’s series In Search of the Present, which began in 2016. Its title refers to Finnish author Olavi Paavolainen’s collection of essays (1929), which explores the experiences and identities of modern humans in a rapidly changing time. EMMA’s overall theme for 2022 is Crystal Ball. The artists of In Search of the Present examine the essence of our time in a visionary, experimental and bold way.

More info and interview requests:
Iris Suomi, Marketing and Communications Designer
EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art
[email protected]

Images: (c) Paula Virta / EMMA

26/08/2022

We are delighted to announce Brandon Lipchik participation in the group show In Search of the Present at EMMA Museum

The exhibition takes a profound look at our world, which is defined by technology and its impact on who we are. The pieces in the exhibition explore the relationships between nature, technology, human thought and artificial intelligence.

Opening, Saturday 27 August 2022.

With works by Refik Anadol, Dora Budor, Sougwen Chung, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Stephanie Dinkins, Teemu Lehmusruusu, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Agnieszka Kurant, Brandon Lipchik, Jaakko Pietiläinen, Sondra Perry, Anna Ridler, Raimo Saarinen, Jenna Sutela, Jakob Kudsk Steensen and Lu Yang.

The exhibition is the second part of EMMA’s series In Search of the Present, which began in 2016. Its title refers to Finnish author Olavi Paavolainen’s collection of essays (1929), which explores the experiences and identities of modern humans in a rapidly changing time. EMMA’s overall theme for 2022 is Crystal Ball. The artists of In Search of the Present examine the essence of our time in a visionary, experimental and bold way.

In Search of the Present will be on from 27 August 2022 to 15 January 2023 at EMMA.

More info and interview requests:
Iris Suomi, Marketing and Communications Designer
EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art
[email protected]

ON VIEW NOW:Brandon LipchikMoonbeams of AllegoryKunstpalais Erlangen30 July - 23 October 2022 Kunstpalais presents "Bran...
15/08/2022

ON VIEW NOW:

Brandon Lipchik
Moonbeams of Allegory

Kunstpalais Erlangen
30 July - 23 October 2022

Kunstpalais presents "Brandon Lipchik. Moonbeams of Allegory", the first international institutional solo exhibition of the US artist. Curated by Tamara Reitz.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a richly illustrated publication published by Hatje Cantz Verlag in September 2022. As the artist’s first catalog, it offers not only the documentation of the show at Kunstpalais but also an overview of Lipchik’s oeuvre to date. With a foreword by Kunstpalais director Amely Deiss, texts by curator Tamara Reitz and journalist Oliver Koerner von Gustorf, and an interview with the artist, conducted by Kristian Vistrup Madsen.

Brandon Lipchik was born 1993 in Erie, PA (US). He lives and works in New York City (US) and Berlin (DE)

Installation shots: Ludger Paffrath

Last week to see:Jan ZöllerKaputte Fenster15.07. - 18.08.2022Kunstverein Heppenheimwww.kunstverein-heppenheim.deWith an ...
14/08/2022

Last week to see:

Jan Zöller
Kaputte Fenster
15.07. - 18.08.2022
Kunstverein Heppenheim

www.kunstverein-heppenheim.de

With an exhibition by Hannah Eckstein


Installation shots: Lukas Giesler

It is with great pleasure to announceBRANDON LIPCHIKMOONBEAMS OF ALLEGORYOpening today, 29 July 2022Kunstpalais Erlangen...
29/07/2022

It is with great pleasure to announce

BRANDON LIPCHIK
MOONBEAMS OF ALLEGORY

Opening today, 29 July 2022

Kunstpalais Erlangen
30 July - 30 October 2022

Thank you to everyone who help to set up the show and the exhibition catalogue
.deiss

Kunstpalais presents "Brandon Lipchik“ Moonbeams of Allegory", the first international institutional solo exhibition of the US artist.

The most recent paintings and VR installations by New York and Berlin-based artist Brandon Lipchik, show something new and sometimes uncanny: his anonymous figures leave behind the orderly civilization with its fenced-in front yards and square pools of his previous works and plunge freely into erotic adventures surrounded by nocturnal nature. Even nature itself gradually becomes an active protagonist. More often appear animalistic figures in action with his anonymous avatars as well as unpopulated landscape paintings in which nature stands entirely for itself for the first time. Like a director in a theater, the artist presents his scenes on stage-like platforms and lets them shine through spotlights in neon-colored light shows alluding to Berlin nightlife. Lipchik's retro-digital compositions, which are also reminiscent of computer game graphics from the 1980s and 1990s, are created in digital 3D animation programs and finally transferred to canvas through analog painting processes. In addition to Lipchik's new paintings and poems, the exhibition at Kunstpalais also features two new VR installations, shown for the first time.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a richly illustrated publication published by Hatje Cantz Verlag in August 2022. As the artist’s first catalog, it offers not only the documentation of the show at Kunstpalais but also an overview of Lipchik’s oeuvre to date. With a foreword by Kunstpalais director Amely Deiss, texts by curator Tamara Reitz and journalist Oliver Koerner von Gustorf, and an interview with the artist, conducted by Kristian Vistrup Madsen.

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