DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM

DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM The gallery has specialized in conceptual contemporary art across a wide range of media, concentrating on the representation of young artists and providing them with a platform for ambitious projects.

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Happy New Year!We are excited for our 10 year anniversary this September and look very much forward to a great lineup of...
02/01/2021

Happy New Year!

We are excited for our 10 year anniversary this September and look very much forward to a great lineup of exhibitions by @katarinajaneckova , @fatmashanan , @thomasliulelann and @simon_mullan in the first half of 2021.

We will continue to raise the flag by #SimonMullan everyday we are open during the pandemic as we remain hopeful amid uncertainty. Alles wird gut demonstrates that we are all in fact in this together.

#AllesWirdGut #DittrichSchlechtriem

André Schlechtriem von der Berliner Galerie DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM hatte sich – wie viele andere Galeristinnen und Gale...
20/11/2020
Hybride Formate im Jahr der Ratte: Alternativen zur Art Cologne

André Schlechtriem von der Berliner Galerie DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM hatte sich – wie viele andere Galeristinnen und Galeristen – schon lange vor der Entscheidung seine Gedanken gemacht; vor der Einführung der Maßnahmen der Bunderegierung, die letztlich zur Absage der Art Cologne führten. Er dachte über die Messe nach, aber auch über die Arbeiten, die er dort zeigen wollte: Allesamt stammen sie aus diesem Jahr oder wurden 2020 erstmals gezeigt, nehmen auf die eine oder andere Weise Bezug auf dessen mehr oder weniger krisenhaften Zustände.
"2020 Year of the Rat" hat er die Gruppenausstellung genannt, für die er geplante Messe-Arbeiten mit weiteren Werken von Künstlerinnen und Künstlern aus der Galerie (und Gastkünstler Roger Ballen) ergänzt. Wenn man so will, schlüpft die Kunst in der Schau symbolisch in die Rolle der Ratte, die im chinesischen Kalender tatsächlich das Jahr 2020 bestimmt und dort Kreativität, Intelligenz und Resilienz verkörpert – ganz im Gegensatz zur westlichen negativen Wahrnehmung des Tieres.

In dieser Woche hätte eigentlich die Art Cologne stattgefunden. Trotz Absage zeigen viele Galerien ihr Kunstmessen-Angebot in ihren Räumen oder digital. Ein Rundgang

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19/11/2020

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__#NicolaMartini literally tests thresholds of tension, bonds, and time via material manipulations, while theoretically ...
19/11/2020

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#NicolaMartini literally tests thresholds of tension, bonds, and time via material manipulations, while theoretically speaking to adherence and adaptability. In a series of untitled works produced for this year-end show, the artist creates envelopes from hyper-light yet heavy-duty Dyneema fabric. The pocket-like structures are then filled with a latex gum and graphite combined with residue of previous works, ground into thin dust-like particles, and are ultimately sealed and stretched on aluminum. The innards of the work remain viscous for some time. As it finally hardens and sets, it darkens, providing an internal record of movement and change over time, of varying adherence to form, its surface having also a peculiar light refraction when viewed at a certain perspective.

@neuemartini #DittrichSchlechtriem #Artcologne

__In line with the overwhelming simultaneity of historical events of 2020, #JonasWendelin ‘s objects and installations a...
19/11/2020

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In line with the overwhelming simultaneity of historical events of 2020, #JonasWendelin ‘s objects and installations abstract and fictionalizes time keenly fusing the traditional with the contemporary, confusing the historical with the actual, matching the magnitude of information and misinformation we attempt to consume daily. On view are clusters of organic, aqueous, ceramic “bodies” atop unique sculptural tabletops. The four-legged platforms exist as part of The Excavation Series. Iron oxide-dyed concrete pours, terrazzo-like and polished, the structures summon yonic architectures with a whimsical animistic feel, herding the ceramic bodies atop it.

@jonas_wendelin #DittrichSchlechtriem #Artcologne

__#BernhardMartin exhibited a major solo survey show at Haus am Waldsee, Berlin, in the midst of the “first wave” of the...
19/11/2020

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#BernhardMartin exhibited a major solo survey show at Haus am Waldsee, Berlin, in the midst of the “first wave” of the spring of 2020. He now premieres a new work for 2020 Year of the Rat titled Present, 2020. The homonymic title signifies both the current period of time and a gift, and the work’s interpretation is equally duplicate. From a distance it shows a captivating and satisfying composition of a horse, a rabbit, a present, and a lasso. On closer inspection, the components collapse, the lasso doesn’t catch anything and spells out ORA (Latin for “hour”), the horse dissolves into a liquid wave, and the innocent rabbit is negated in a dark shadow beside the acutely positioned wrapped gift. The permeable composition and iconography of Present suggest the movement of an unleashed and unpredictable power. Paired with the devaluation of the accountable there is a beauty, a hopeful surprise, and a plaidoyer against fear.

Image:

BERNHARD MARTIN
Present
2020
Oil on raw primed canvas
Unique
235 x 200 cm / 92 1/2 x 78 3/4 in

@bernhardmartinstudio #DittrichSchlechtriem #Artcologne

DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM is pleased to present a group exhibition titled 2020 YEAR OF THE RAT, beginning November 18 and ...
19/11/2020

DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM is pleased to present a group exhibition titled 2020 YEAR OF THE RAT, beginning November 18 and on view through December 19, featuring works by artists from the gallery’s program: #AlfredoAceto, #AsgerCarlsen, #JulianCharrière, #AndrejDubravsky, #AndreasGreiner , #RobertLazzarini, #BernhardMartin, #NicolaMartini, #SimonMullan, #FatmaShanan, as well as a collaboration by #JuliusvonBismarck and #JulianCharrière and work by guest artist #RogerBallen. This inclusive exhibition marks the gallery’s growth despite the diverse challenges of 2020, featuring #SoufianeAbabri and #JonasWendelin , each of whom presented his first solo show with the gallery in 2020, while previewing works from the most recent additions to the program: #KatarinaJaneckova and #ThomasLiuLeLann, both of whom present solo shows in 2021.

A majority of the works and the concept had been prepared for @artcolognefair 2020, which has been postponed due to pandemic restrictions until April 2021. The gallery now seizes the opportunity to rethink the show, presenting 2020 Year of the Rat as our year-end exhibition in Berlin.

#DittrichSchlechtriem #Artcologne

__NEW BOOK by #JulianCharrière available now at the galleryShimmering icebergs, gaping glacier crevasses, surging Arctic...
13/11/2020

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NEW BOOK by #JulianCharrière available now at the gallery

Shimmering icebergs, gaping glacier crevasses, surging Arctic seas, and a snowstorm suddenly emerge in high contrast from the darkness, only to quickly be swallowed again. In Towards No Earthly Pole (2019), his most recent video work, the Romandie-born artist Julian Charriere (*1987) combines different ice landscapes of our planet into a sensual, poetic universe. The eponymous publication reflects the project‘s atmosphere, featuring a rich selection of images, installation views, and film stills, alongside essays by curators and leading scholars. Throughout the two-volume book, textual fragments from historical and contemporary accounts of the poles and glacial regions float freely. The first book documents three exhibitions of Towards No Earthly Pole (at MASI Lugano, Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau, and the Dallas Museum of Art); the second book situates Charrière‘s project in dialogue with emerging scholarship of polar science and visual culture: art historian Amanda Boetzkes interrogates the "Immediacy of Ice" through a Heideggerian frame, which turns around the inwardness and recalcitrance of the ‚earth‘ to the ‚worlds‘ that we erect upon its substratum; in his essay "Flying over the Arctic Labyrinth" cultural historian Shane McCorristine offers a fascinating account of Victorian Arctic imaginaries, replete with dreams of flying over the Northwest Passage and interpreting the ice fields below as a labyrinth; and in "Aangaittuq" - an Inuit term for the virtue of being attentive to one's environment - the book’s editor, philosopher Dehlia Hannah, explores the aesthetics of montage in Charrière's film as a proxy for thinking about the fictive landscapes postulated by competing legal claims to the rapidly thawing poles. The book includes contributions by curator Nadim Samman, Arctic film scholars Scott McKenzie and Anna Westerstahl Stenport, and climatologist Konrad Steffen.

Julian Charrière
Towards No Earthly Pole
Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau, MASI Lugano, Dallas Museum of Art
Edited by Dehlia Hannah

296 pages, 285 x 171 cm, Mousse Publishing, Milano, Italy 2020 ISBN: 978-88-6749-434-7 (German / English)

__The gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition titled 2020 YEAR OF THE RAT, beginning November 18 and on view th...
11/11/2020

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The gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition titled 2020 YEAR OF THE RAT, beginning November 18 and on view through December 19, featuring works by artists from the gallery’s program: #AlfredoAceto #AsgerCarlsen #JulianCharrière #AndrejDubravsky #AndreasGreiner #RobertLazzarini #BernhardMartin #NicolaMartini #SimonMullan #FatmaShanan , as well as a collaboration by #JuliusVonBismarck and #JulianCharrière and work by guest artist #RogerBallen . This inclusive exhibition marks the gallery’s growth despite the diverse challenges of 2020, featuring #SoufianeAbabri and #JonasWendelin , each of whom presented his first solo show with the gallery in 2020, while previewing works from the most recent additions to the program: #KatarinaJaneckova and #ThomasLiuLeLann , both of whom present solo shows in 2021.
A majority of the works and the concept had been prepared for @artcolognefair 2020, which has been postponed due to pandemic restrictions until April 2021. The gallery now seizes the opportunity to rethink the show, presenting 2020 Year of the Rat as our year-end exhibition in Berlin.

2020 is the Year of the Rat in the Chinese calendar. The rat traditionally embodies intelligence, creativity, resourcefulness, and strong social bonds, while those born in this year hold the power to turn unlucky events into fortune. 2020 Year of the Rat aims to mirror these old favorable auspices, placing a responsibility on active artistic and art-viewing practices to sustain us amidst challenges. Art elevates, providing an enhanced perspective with which we persevere and ultimately progress to a more prosperous future. In Western cultures, by contrast, the rat, though a resilient survivor, is a loathsome creature, impoverished and undesirable, even criminal.

The selected works have been produced in and contextually reshaped by the unsettling events and reset of 2020, as we collectively endured a global pandemic, a worsening climate crisis, violent social injustice, terrorism, and shifts in social structures that redefined personal and spatial relationships as a result of physical distance and limited mobility.

Image: @rogerballen Packed, 2015

YES! 🇺🇸WE, THE PEOPLE! #ALLESWIRDGUT 🗽@joebiden @kamalaharris @simon_mullan #simonmullan
07/11/2020

YES! 🇺🇸
WE, THE PEOPLE!
#ALLESWIRDGUT 🗽
@joebiden @kamalaharris

@simon_mullan #simonmullan

__Today is the last day of the exhibition #AndreasGreiner Jungle Memory at the gallery. In Andreas Greiner’s work, there...
07/11/2020

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Today is the last day of the exhibition #AndreasGreiner Jungle Memory at the gallery.

In Andreas Greiner’s work, there is no contradiction between art and science. His multi-media, multi-disciplinary practice includes time-based living and digital sculptures, photographs, and video works that chart complex concerns and expose vital issues in contemporary society, including environmental and ecological challenges. In the exhibition Jungle Memory, Greiner recreates nature, representing his research into endangered forests in Germany and Poland.

@andreas.greiner.berlin #DittrichSchlechtriem

__Last days of #AndreasGreiner ‘s exhibition Jungle Memory Galleries in Berlin are still open and the show is on view un...
04/11/2020

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Last days of #AndreasGreiner ‘s exhibition Jungle Memory
Galleries in Berlin are still open and the show is on view until Saturday November 07 daily from 11 AM - 6 PM

@andreas.greiner.berlin #DittrichSchlechtriem

___The first seedlings are planted at @waldfuermorgen in Goslar a project by @andreas.greiner.berlin In 2019, #AndreasGr...
03/11/2020

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The first seedlings are planted at @waldfuermorgen in Goslar a project by @andreas.greiner.berlin

In 2019, #AndreasGreiner teamed up with the psychologist Gertrude Endejan-Gremse to launch waldfuermorgen, a community project inviting active participation (waldfuermorgen e.V.) in Goslar. In cooperation with local schools and the city administration and under the auspices of Mayor Oliver Junk and his wife Bettina Junk, the project will reforest a roughly 7-acre plot. Students from the city’s schools are invited to plant their very own trees in a spiral pattern and watch them thrive.

__The gallery will be open this Sunday, November 1st from 12-6 PM for the fourth edition of #SundayOpen organized by @in...
27/10/2020

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The gallery will be open this Sunday, November 1st from 12-6 PM for the fourth edition of #SundayOpen organized by @index_berlin

On view will be the exhibition Jungle Memory by #AndreasGreiner which has been extended until Saturday, November 7th

@andreas.greiner.berlin #DittrichSchlechtriem

__#AndrejDubravsky opens tonight Saturday, October 24, 2020 in New York City a solo exhibition with new paintings at @la...
24/10/2020

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#AndrejDubravsky opens tonight Saturday, October 24, 2020 in New York City a solo exhibition with new paintings at @launch_f18 gallery.

The exhibition Aggressive Slav will remain on view through Saturday, December 5, 2020. The exhibition marks Dubravsy’s first solo exhibition in New York City.

Inspired by contemporary global issues, Dubravsky captures a remarkable breadth of social, environmental and political challenges in his new body of work. Charged with utopian and dystopian themes, Dubravsky builds a throughline around the sense that humanity is on the precipice of darkness.

Image 1:
Andrej Dubravsky
Bathers (after Henry Scott Tuke)
2020
Acrylic on canvas
47 1/4 x 55 in (120 x 140 cm)
Image 2:
Installation view @launch_f18

@andrej_dubravsky #launchf18 #NewYork

23/10/2020

#Repost @artbasel
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'The mission of art is to re-write reality' the artist Julian Charrière explains.
In an aim to visually depict climate change, the conceptual artist explores some of the world's most remote landscapes, from volcanoes to icebergs and seabeds, from which he shapes his genre-defying works.

Co-presented with our Global Lead Partner @UBS @UBSGlobalArt, who co-founded @TogetherbandOfficial, a project which raises awareness of the 17 @UnitedNations Global Goals, including Goal 13: Climate Action. Discover more at ubs.com/togetherband

#TOGETHERBAND #UBSart #GlobalGoals #ShareYourGoal #sdgs @julian.charriere @galerietschudi @seankellyny @sieshoeke @dittrichschlechtriem

23/10/2020
Art in Action | Julian Charrière

Art in Action | Art Basel Julian Charrière

Drawing inspiration from environmental science, cultural history, and post-romantic constructions of nature, artist Julian Charrière creates highly unconvent...

__#AsgerCarlsen has been commissioned by The New Yorker to do a photo illustration for the fiction text Nettle by Joy Wi...
23/10/2020

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#AsgerCarlsen has been commissioned by The New Yorker to do a photo illustration for the fiction text Nettle by Joy Williams in the current print issue Oct 26, 2020
link in bio 🔝
@asgercarlsen #TheNewYorker

__The gallery is honored to announce the acquisition of this iconic work by Julian Charrière for the collection of Centr...
22/10/2020

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The gallery is honored to announce the acquisition of this iconic work by Julian Charrière for the collection of Centre Pompidou with funds from amis du Centre Pompidou
It is now on view in Paris in the collections galleries until January 4, 2021.

The Blue Fossil Entropic Stories is the photographic trace of an expedition the artist undertook in 2013, traveling to Iceland to climb an iceberg in the Arctic Ocean and melt the frozen water beneath his feet with a gas torch for eight hours. Like an absurd, quixotic hero, Julian Charrière confronts the elements in a seemingly hopeless battle—human time against geological time. And yet, a battle of which global warming is only the starting point. What remains of this perilous endeavor are three photographs of arresting beauty, a kind of contemporary version of Caspar David Friedrich’s Wanderer Overlooking the Sea of Fog (1817-18), and a questioning of our relation to nature as inherited from the Romantics via ecological thought.

The work has been first exhibited at the artist's second solo exhibition „On the Sidewalk, I Have Forgotten the Dinosauria“ in 2013 at our gallery.

Image:

Julian Charrière
The Blue Fossil Entropic Stories III,
2013
Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth, mounted on aluminium
Dibond, framed, Mirogard anti-reflective glass
126 x 190 cm (image)
129,8 x 193,8 x 4,5 cm (framed)
Edition of 3 + 1 A.P.

@julian.charriere
#amisducentrepompidou #artenfrance #scenefrancaise #collectionscontemporaines #centrepompidou #acquisition #DittrichSchlechtriem

21/10/2020

#AndreasGreiner probes the relationship between ecology and technology. Amid a simulated forest and light scenario that transforms the main gallery space, Greiner presents a large-format video work made with the aid of artificial intelligence. A data set comprising several thousand photographs that Greiner shot in the forest of Goslar and the Harz National Park (a highland region in Lower Saxony) was fed into a digital calculus to derive the idea of a forest. In processing the pictures, the artist created generated recollections or algorithmic projections of an abundant and unruly nature whose romantic flair is unmistakable. The resulting images are layered and morphed together to create a cinematic dance of trees, bright and illusionary yet concerning and oddly foreboding of a post-human world. A sound composition accompanies the installation.

At its core, the experimental sound piece “Vom Walde” aims to create a conceptual mirror image of the AI video installation “Abschied.” The chorale “Abschied vom Walde” by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy provides the raw material with which the forest atmosphere is algorithmically generated.
Conceptualized together with Louis McGuire, who also contributed the final sound design, the goal of creating a self-generating sound piece was made possible by the programmer Daan Lockhorst, who created a series of innovative custom coding scripts for the project. Aspects of the video such as contrast, speed of movement, and color balance morph and mold the sound piece to the contours of the image, which in turn was generated by machine learning.
Although transformed beyond recognition, the lyrics written by Joseph von Eichendorff in the early Romantic period still provide a relevant narrative context for the sound piece.

ANDREAS GREINER
Abschied (Harz)
2020
LED Monitor modules, Wooden frame, Video created with an AI trained on thousands of forest images, image data set captured in the forest of Goslar, programmed by Daan Lockhorst
3 + 1 AP
210 x 210 x 20 cm

Vom Walde
2020
Sound concept and design by Louis McGuire synthesised from
Mendelssohn’s choir piece “Abschied vom Walde”
3 + 1AP
@andreas.greiner.berlin

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Hello, it is fantastic! I find something similar to the drawings of Maciej Swieszewski from Gdansk.
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INFLUÊNCIA DO AMBIENTE NA SELEÇÃO DA PEDRA CALCÁRIA DE LIOZ NA A.M.L. (ÁREA METROPOLITANA DE LISBOA) O presente estudo, resulta da adaptação de uma tese de mestrado, apresentada junto da Faculdade de Arquitetura da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, no âmbito do Curso de Mestrado em Tecnologia da Arquitetura e Qualidade Ambiental, realizado entre 1993 a 1994. Visa essencialmente determinar os motivos históricos, compreendidos no período da alimentação da economia Portuguesa, pelo ouro derivado da colónia do Brasil, e viabilidade funcional no uso, que levaram à preferência na adopção da pedra calcária de lioz, para fazer face às características do ambiente na A.M.L. (Área Metropolitana de Lisboa), aponta similarmente precauções a ter na sua utilização e aplicação construtiva. Tendo como base a seleção de quatro localidades para amostras, expostas ao mar, interior urbano e rural, identificando as patologias e razões do seu desenvolvimento, fornecendo também indicações para as contrariar. Finalizando com o estabelecimento de um nível de ponderação de importância a dar, nas suas propriedades físicas e químicas, no sentido de proporcionar um método de seleção deste tipo de pedra, na substituição em edifícios existentes, tirando proveito desses parâmetros para servirem ao mesmo tempo, na seleção da pedra calcária de lioz, na construção de novos edifícios. Tal como curiosidades proporcionadas pela propriedades da pedra calcária e como a obter artificialmente. Edifícios analisados: Palácio Ratton em Lisboa, Torreão Oriental da Praça do Comércio em Lisboa, Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Consolação em Arrentela no Concelho do Seixal e Igreja da Nossa Senhora do Monte Sião em Amora no Concelho do Seixal. Venda em: https://www.amazon.com/Influ%C3%AAncia-ambiente-sele%C3%A7%C3%A3o-calc%C3%A1ria-Portuguese/dp/154707230X Características: Folhas a preto e branco, número de páginas 521; Dimensão: 15,24x3,05x22,86 cm