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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20/07/2021

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JULIAN CHARRIÈRE
Towards No Earthly Pole
02 May – 08 August, 2021
Dallas Museum of Art

For the full exhibition video go to our IGTV🔝 or our website

Towards No Earthly Pole is about the gap between the reality of a landscape that is changing at a rate that never has been encountered before. The Arctic landscape every year looks so different from the global climate crisis and global warming and, at the same time, our collective imagination is not adapting. On one hand, you have an established idea about a place. And on the other hand, you have the reality of a place. And those two are drifting away from one another. And that's where we are heading, to pull in this kind of gap. - Julian Charrière

DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM is pleased to present the exhibition video for Towards No Earthly Pole, the first US solo museum exhibition by Julian Charrière, at the Dallas Museum of Art. Please enjoy the exhibition walk-through, as well as additional commentary from the artist and Dr. Anna Katherine Brodbeck, Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art.

@julian.charriere #JulianCharrière @dallasmuseumart #dallasmuseumofart #dittrichschlechtriemgallery

10/07/2021
Simon Mullan- Spacers

DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM is pleased to present our third solo show in Berlin of Simon Mullan. The exhibition is on view through 28 August 2021. We are open Monday – Saturday, from 11 AM – 6 PM, and by appointment. We look forward to your visit.

_Simon MullanSpacers5 Jul 2021 – 28 Aug 2021DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM is pleased to announce our third solo show in Berlin...
04/07/2021

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Simon Mullan
Spacers
5 Jul 2021 – 28 Aug 2021

DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM is pleased to announce our third solo show in Berlin of Simon Mullan, featuring a sculptural environment in the main gallery. Titled SPACERS, the exhibition consists of a construction of fifty-eight wall-mounted hand-carved stone crosses, specifically sized and spaced on the four walls of the room. The grids and the negative spaces they define are an enlarged representation of standard-issue bathroom tiles. The stone reliefs hover over a deep blue wall-to-wall carpet, a reference to a 90s industrial trade fair setting as a symbolic space of economic opportunity. Additional sculptural and video works in the show highlight the labor history of the artist’s current studio on the premises of the former Baustoffe Stolpe GmbH.

@simon_mullan #SimonMullan #DittrichSchlechtriem

Frieze is delighted to announce details of the inaugural programme for No.9 Cork Street, a major new initiative offering...
30/06/2021
Frieze reveals opening programme for new initiative No.9 Cork Street

Frieze is delighted to announce details of the inaugural programme for No.9 Cork Street, a major new initiative offering flexible exhibition space for visiting galleries in the historic heart of Mayfair, London in November with Berlin-based Dittrich & Schlechtriem with an exhibition of works by Julian Charrière, Andreas Greiner and Julius von Bismarck.

Frieze revealed details of the inaugural programme for No.9 Cork Street, the art organization’s major new initiative, offering flexible exhibition space for visiting galleries in the historic heart of Mayfair, London.

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22/06/2021

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Simon Mullan
Spacers
5 Jul 2021 – 28 Aug 2021

DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM is pleased to announce our third solo show in Berlin of Simon Mullan, featuring a sculptural environment in the main gallery. Titled SPACERS, the exhibition consists of a construction of fifty-eight wall-mounted hand-carved stone crosses, specifically sized and spaced on the four walls of the room. The grids and the negative spaces they define are an enlarged representation of standard-issue bathroom tiles. The stone reliefs hover over a deep blue wall-to-wall carpet, a reference to a 90s industrial trade fair setting as a symbolic space of economic opportunity. Additional sculptural and video works in the show highlight the labor history of the artist’s current studio on the premises of the former Baustoffe Stolpe GmbH.

↳ Read more on our website 🔝

@simon_mullan #SimonMullan #DittrichSchlechtriem

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Simon Mullan
Spacers
5 Jul 2021 – 28 Aug 2021

DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM is pleased to announce our third solo show in Berlin of Simon Mullan, featuring a sculptural environment in the main gallery. Titled SPACERS, the exhibition consists of a construction of fifty-eight wall-mounted hand-carved stone crosses, specifically sized and spaced on the four walls of the room. The grids and the negative spaces they define are an enlarged representation of standard-issue bathroom tiles. The stone reliefs hover over a deep blue wall-to-wall carpet, a reference to a 90s industrial trade fair setting as a symbolic space of economic opportunity. Additional sculptural and video works in the show highlight the labor history of the artist’s current studio on the premises of the former Baustoffe Stolpe GmbH.

↳ Read more on our website 🔝

@simon_mullan #SimonMullan #DittrichSchlechtriem

_JULIAN CHARRIÈRE is part of the group exhibition :Scratching the SurfaceWorks from the Nationalgalerie Collection, the ...
18/06/2021

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JULIAN CHARRIÈRE is part of the group exhibition :

Scratching the Surface
Works from the Nationalgalerie Collection, the Friedrich Christian Flick Collection im Hamburger Bahnhof and Loans
30.05.2021 to 07.11.2021

Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin @staatlichemuseenzuberlin

The exhibition Scratching the Surface looks to the recent history of art in order to trace some of the entanglements between human beings, technology and nature. The range of works collected in the Rieckhallen extends from post-1960s tendencies such as land art, Arte Povera, and Conceptual Art through to contemporary artistic practices that address environmental and ecological concerns.

Over the course of the past few years, public debate around the ecological crises of our time has broadened and grown more urgent. Phenomena such as climate change, extinction events, the depletion of natural resources and the spread of plastic waste have been acknowledged in different scholarly disciplines as indicators of a new geological epoch: the Anthropocene. This term describes how the actions of humanity (Greek: anthropos) now have a significant impact on developments in the Earth’s structure and systems. The works on display in Scratching the Surface illustrate how human understandings of the notion and image of landscape(s) and the environment have shifted over the past six decades.

A special exhibition by the Nationalgalerie of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

Julian Charrière
We Are All Astronauts,
2014
Found globe, abraded with international mineral sandpaper, abraded dust from globe’s surface, vitrine base made out of wood and glass

Installation View, Scratching the Surface, Hamburger Bahnhof, 2021
Copyright the artist; VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, Germany

@julian.charriere #JulianCharrière #DittrichSchlechtriem

_#JulianCharrière is participating in the @labiennale Architettura  2021 in Venice in collaboration with the Chair of Gü...
12/06/2021

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#JulianCharrière is participating in the @labiennale Architettura 2021 in Venice in collaboration with the Chair of Günther Vogt at ETH Zurich

«How will we live together ?» Venice, 22.05 – 21.11 2021

Common Water - The Alps
Central Pavillon

When considering water as a central resource of the Alpine landscape, the consequences of the rising temperature become clear to see. The rapidly progressing melting of the glaciers and the significance of the snow entail amongst other things a “liquefaction of the water balance”; i.e. the storage function of snow and ice becomes less important, so that the hydrological conditions are more strongly influenced by precipitation. The result is that the Alps can no longer completely fulfil their function as Europe’s water tower, particularly in summer. They will however continue to be of outstanding importance in the Central European water supply. The adjacent lowlands of the Alps also become drier in summer.
In order to explore the possibilities of how to deal with water in the Alps from now on, a broad discourse is necessary. This contribution to the exhibition puts forward a proposal for a new reading of the Alpine landscape as an “ecological island” at the centre of the continent, integrating various disciplines such as art, natural sciences, engineering and landscape architecture. Seen in a European frame of reference, totally new features arise: a resource space for (immaculate quality) water and energy; a hotspot of biodiversity; a tourist destination with pleasant climatic conditions; a cultural space free from the stress of dense populations, and a unique landscape.

@julian.charriere @vogtlandscape

__From today on, no more appointments and test results are required for a gallery visit in Berlin. We resume our regular...
04/06/2021

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From today on, no more appointments and test results are required for a gallery visit in Berlin. We resume our regular hours Mon- Sat 11 AM - 6 PM.
For @galleryweekendberlin SUMMER SPECIAL 18- 20 June we will have extended Hours Fri- Sun 11 AM - 7 PM. The exhibition MILO by @thomasliulelann will be on view until June 27. We look forward seeing you back at the gallery.

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From today on, no more appointments and test results are required for a gallery visit in Berlin. We resume our regular hours Mon- Sat 11 AM - 6 PM.
For @galleryweekendberlin SUMMER SPECIAL 18- 20 June we will have extended Hours Fri- Sun 11 AM - 7 PM. The exhibition MILO by @thomasliulelann will be on view until June 27. We look forward seeing you back at the gallery.

NEW CATALOGUE OUT THOMAS LIU LE LANNMILO By PIERRE-ALEXANDRE MATEOS & CHARLES TEYSSOUavailable in our webshop (link in b...
24/05/2021

NEW CATALOGUE OUT

THOMAS LIU LE LANN
MILO
By PIERRE-ALEXANDRE MATEOS & CHARLES TEYSSOU

available in our webshop (link in bio 🔝) and your local bookshop

„For all his creations will end up in ashes. As Thomas has already said, he has no pretensions to posterity, and that is disarming. This bar of hoes may be opened by him in the future. As an honest conclusion, there are these three skateboards stacked like a bonfire: The Weakling. One thinks of Thomas Liu Le Lann in his teenage years skating in the streets of Nantes. We think of the bros and their looks at the one who thought he was Tony Hawk in Paloma Spain. He dreamt of being on Venice Beach and flirting while listening to electro-trash and reading Terence Koh’s Asian Punk Boy blog. A puppet snake inherited from a National Geographic subscription smothers his three boards in a pop asphyxiation movement.

Applause, applause. Milo is the title of his exhibition. The next show will be called Luka Magnotta or Catherine Tramell. He promised me.“

Pierre-Alexandre Mateos and Charles Teyssou are a duo of curators and writers. They recently co-curated with Kevin Blindermann: Jacques de Bascher, an exhibition, presented as part of No Dandy No Fun at Kunsthalle Bern and at Treize, Paris. In collaboration with Rasmus Myrup and Octave Perrault, they initiated the Cruising Pavilion, a series of exhibitions dedicated to cruising and architecture which travelled to Venice (16th Architecture Biennale), New York (Ludlow 38) and Stockholm (ArkDes Museum). As an ongoing project, they also did a research residency at the LUMA Foundation in Arles initiated by Hans-Ulrich Obrist and dedicated to Southern Gothic (arlesterminalcity.com). They have been editors of L’Officiel Art and are regular contributors to Spike, Mousse Magazine, Double, and Cura Magazine

@pierreamateos @charlesteyssou @thomasliulelann #ThomasLiuLeLann #DittrichSchlechtriem

22/05/2021
Julian Charrière - Dallas Museum of Art

DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM is pleased to present the exhibition video for Towards No Earthly Pole, the first US solo museum exhibition by Julian Charrière, at the Dallas Museum of Art. Please enjoy the exhibition walk-through, as well as additional commentary from the artist and Dr. Anna Katherine Brodbeck, Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art.

Towards No Earthly Pole is about the gap between the reality of a landscape that is changing at a rate that never has been encountered before. The Arctic landscape every year looks so different from the global climate crisis and global warming and, at the same time, our collective imagination is not adapting. On one hand, you have an established idea about a place. And on the other hand, you have the reality of a place. And those two are drifting away from one another. And that's where we are heading, to pull in this kind of gap. - Julian Charrière

@julian.charriere #JulianCharrière @dallasmuseumart #DallasMuseumofArt #DittrichSchlechtriem

Video credit, @mona__productions
© Julian Charrière, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, Germany courtesy DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM , Berlin

13/05/2021
Fifteen Minutes Affa Osman meets Thomas Liu Le Lann

Fifteen Minutes

Affa Osman meets Thomas Liu Le Lann

We are pleased to present the third episode of Fifteen Minutes, a new video series of conversations between artists and friends of the gallery.

In our third episode, the creative and casting director Affa Osman meets artist Thomas Liu Le Lann for a discussion on hip hop, satanism, diversity in the art world, and Swiss culture.

Thomas Liu Le Lann Review auf gallerytalk.net
10/05/2021
Thomas Liu Le Lann: Wer ist Milo?

Thomas Liu Le Lann Review auf gallerytalk.net

Bei Dittrich & Schlechtriem können Besucher*innen herausfinden, was es mit „Milo“, einer ehemaligen Liebe des Künstlers Thomas Liu Le Lann, auf sich hat.

_Julian CharrièreTowards No Earthly Pole 02 May – 08 August, 2021@dallasmuseumart  The Dallas Museum of Art presents Con...
08/05/2021

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Julian Charrière
Towards No Earthly Pole
02 May – 08 August, 2021
@dallasmuseumart

The Dallas Museum of Art presents Concentrations 63: Julian Charrière, Towards No Earthly Pole, the first US solo museum exhibition for the multidisciplinary French-Swiss artist.

#JulianCharrière creates work that bridges the realms of environmental science and cultural history. Based on scientific research and expeditions to remote regions of Earth, his sculptures, photographs, and films investigate the irreversible transformation of the natural world by human activity. Charrière references pre-human origins, global explorers of the past, present-day climate change, and the uncertain future of the planet. While his works address environmental exploitation, they also emphasize nature’s magnificence and resilience.

Installation views, Julian Charrière, Towards No Earthly Pole, 2021, Dallas Museum of Art, Texas, USA

@julian.charriere #DallasMuseumofArt #FittrichSchlechtriem

Bei Dittrich & Schlechtriem in der Linienstraße 23 lässt der Franzose Thomas Liu Le Lann, Jahrgang 1992, seine „Soft Her...
02/05/2021
Shootingstar ist der Negativtest

Bei Dittrich & Schlechtriem in der Linienstraße 23 lässt der Franzose Thomas Liu Le Lann, Jahrgang 1992, seine „Soft Heroes“ auf putzigen Dreirädern Ringelreihen fahren. Die sieben kleinen Kumpel seines Wiener Freundes Milo sind schwächliche Bubble-Tea-Vanillemilchshake-Monster mit Narrenkappen und in PMS-Shirts, mit überlängten Extremitäten aus Stoff und Plastik, mit Regenbogenmuster und Schottenkaro. Neben der bizarren Haute Couture steht eine riesige rosa Schnuller-Skulptur aus edlem Glas. Welch popartig-boshafte Befragung des tradierten Männlichkeits-Bildes zwischen Macho und Weichling: Wann ist ein Mann ein Mann?

Die anspruchsvollen Ausstellungen der Berliner Kunsthändler beim 17. Gallery Weekend zeigten unter Corona-Bedingungen einen Trend zum Gesamtkunstwerk.

Owner of Dittrich & Schlechtriem gallery, André Schlechtriem, said: "With all these measures, like daily tests, it is po...
02/05/2021
Art galleries across Europe organise exhibitions around COVID-19 rules

Owner of Dittrich & Schlechtriem gallery, André Schlechtriem, said: "With all these measures, like daily tests, it is possible even though the number of visitors is reduced. A gallery is a social place where people meet. And the Berlin Gallery Weekend is about that."

Art galleries, displaying works by famous artists such as Salvador Dali and Maurits Cornelis Escher, have planned exhibitions around Coronavirus restrictions.

01/05/2021
Thomas Liu Le Lann - Milo

Exhibition Video

Thomas Liu Le Lann
Milo
29 Apr 2021 – 27 Jun 2021

The central Installation in MILO consists of a series of 7 long legged Soft Hero forms, circling eachother on uniquely formed vintage-styled steel tricycles, manufactured by the artist and titled, Allen, Justin, Nacho, Milo, Chevalier D'Argent, Y and Eliot. Alongside these protagonists of the exhibition, Lie Le Lann has installed a new set of vinyl and deep velvet Deftones paintings, titled after the early 90s art metal band, dream-punk group from California, USA, a pyramid titled The Weakling of skateboards, custom produced in Nevada, USA, and Levitrax 1937 a woeful grey terry-cloth lobster clay, draped with PVC cut as seaweed, named after a common asthma / allergy tab for adolescences. Large scale fabric paneled works line the wall, limned with text, logos and emblems. Atop a pedestal of worn wood factory pallets sits Training part 3, a scaled-up glass blown baby pacifer, an icon of euphoric rave culture and pop-trend accessory. The environment created in MILO, references popular culture, q***r subculture and art history while referring to intimate personal relationships and auto-fctionary sources of Lie Le Lann himself. The love-sick pop objects in MILO, are based on the auto-fctionary relationship between Lie Le Lann and his partner.

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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