Galerie Anna25

Galerie Anna25 Die Galerie Anna25 wurde 2012 mit dem Projekt Anna25 ins Leben gerufen und im selben Jahr mit festen Die Galerie ist darüber hinaus offen für Performances.
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Die Galerie Anna25 wurde 2012 mit dem Projekt Anna25 ins Leben gerufen und im selben Jahr mit festen Ausstellungsräumen in Berlin gefestigt. Die Galerie Anna25 hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt junge und unbekannte Künstler zu entdecken, zu fördern und mit ihnen zu wachsen. Dabei reicht die Vielfalt der Kunstwerke von Malereien und Skulpturen über Videoarbeiten und Installationen. Aus diesem Grund werden

in der Galerie zwischen sieben und zehn Ausstellungen im Jahr organisiert. Dabei liegt der Fokus auf einer Mischung von Einzelschauen und Gruppenausstellungen. Die Gruppenausstellungen in der Galerie bestehen aus einer Kombination von festen Galeriekünstlern, etablierten Gastkünstlern und Künstlern, die bereits an einer oder mehreren Anna25 Projektausstellungen teilgenommen haben. Die Gruppenausstellungen sollen den Künstlern und Betrachtern die Möglichkeit geben, die verschiedenen Positionen der Künstler kennenzulernen und zu einem Dialog zwischen den Kunstwerken führen. Neben den Ausstellungen in der Galerie werden deutschlandweit Anna25 Projektausstellungen veranstaltet.

In the exhibition "affordable anna25," Irmi Obermeyer presented three works guided by her yearning for the white space. ...
19/12/2023

In the exhibition "affordable anna25," Irmi Obermeyer presented three works guided by her yearning for the white space. Her artwork evolves through the integration of white spaces, which represent not mere emptiness but provide room to breathe and unfold. The white space demands courage as a means of artistic expression, with Irmi Obermeyer emphasizing white as the foundation of each piece. However, a shift away from white is clearly visible in her artistic development.

Artworksy by Irmi Obermeyer:
(1) On the move, 2023, mix technique on wood, 40 x 30 cm
(2) Zweiraum, 2023, mix technique on wood, 40 x 30 cm
(3) Shadow, 2023, mix technique on wood, 40 x 30 cm

showed at
affordable anna25
art under 2000 €

Pham Thai Ho is represented in the 'affordable anna25' exhibition with three paintings. His works explore the modern phe...
14/12/2023

Pham Thai Ho is represented in the 'affordable anna25' exhibition with three paintings. His works explore the modern phenomenon of self-presentation, particularly through self-portraits. In the series "Selfish T**s," he uses found materials from the internet, mainly unintentionally shared n**e images. Thai Ho Pham overlays these canvas-printed n**es with oil paint, creating a dynamic interplay between self-presentation in the digital space and artistic intervention.

The Christmas hats serve as a form of censorship.

Artworks by Pham Thai Ho:
(1) Schade, schon wieder Brüste, 2015, Oil mix technique on photo canvas, 60 x 45 cm
(2) Der Ursprung von allen Dingen, 2015, Oil mix technique on photo canvas, 60 x 45 cm
(3) Mitten im Blitzlicht, 2015, Oil mix technique on photo canvas, 60 x 45 cm

current exhibition

affordable anna25
art under 2000 €

until Dec 15th

opening hours
Wed - Sat
2 - 6 pm

At the 'affordable anna25' exhibition, two works by Peter Lang, representing Iceland etchings, will be showcased. During...
13/12/2023

At the 'affordable anna25' exhibition, two works by Peter Lang, representing Iceland etchings, will be showcased. During the long winter nights of 2018/19, he worked on and printed a total of 33 copper plates in Hellissandur, Iceland. The applied techniques range from mezzotints, aquatints, line etchings, brush etchings to spit bite, cold needle, and stipple manner. Each motif is available in an edition of 15 original artist handprints. Next year, he will be featured at the gallery booth at art KARLSRUHE with new works.

Artworks by Peter Lang:
(1) Eldageisli, 2019, aquatint, edition of 15, 21 x 17,5 cm
(2)Stjornustigi; Alheiminum, 2019, aquatint, edition of 15, 25 x 25 cm

current exhibition

affordable anna25
art under 2000 €

until Dec 15th

opening hours
Wed - Sat
2 - 6 pm

Joanna Buchowska had her first solo exhibition at the anna25 Gallery. Originally a painter, she exchanged the brush and ...
09/12/2023

Joanna Buchowska had her first solo exhibition at the anna25 Gallery. Originally a painter, she exchanged the brush and oil paints for paper and glue. The paper works stand as independent artworks, utilizing various types of paper and magazines. She tears the paper instead of cutting it, giving the surface a unique patina. Acrylic, ink, and colored pencils are used to create texture, depth, and interest.

Artworks by Joanna Bucowska:
(1) mo.ch.rr, 2019, paper, acrylic, pencil, ink on canvas, 40 x 30 cm
(2 ti.go.to, 2020, paper, acrylic, pencil, ink on canvas, 40 x 30 cm
(3) g.a.s., 2019, paper, acrylic, pencil, ink on canvas, 40 x 30 cm
(4) she nw sdst, 2019, paper, acrylic, pencil, ink on canvas, 40 x 30 cm

current exhibition

affordable anna25
art under 2000 €

until Dec 15th

opening hours
Wed - Sat
2 - 6 pm

Karla Zipfel is a versatile artist focusing on sculpture, installation, and drawing. In her artistic endeavors, she delv...
04/12/2023

Karla Zipfel is a versatile artist focusing on sculpture, installation, and drawing. In her artistic endeavors, she delves deeply into buildings, products, and media phenomena, exploring the collective perception of design, its integration into social contexts, and the construction of normality. In the current exhibition 'affordable anna25', she presents her series 'Mittlere Mitten', impressively conveyed through a UV printing process on tiles. The tiles showcase black and white, architecturally inspired sketches with a unique twist.

current exhibition

affordable anna25
art under 2000 €

until Dec 15th

opening hours
Wed - Sat
2 - 6 pm

Artworks by Karla Zipfel:
(1-5) Mittlere Mitten, UV print on tiles, 25×20 cm

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Thomas Nitz presents the series "BRUT" in the 'affordable anna25' exhibition. In this context, he consciously pushes the...
02/12/2023

Thomas Nitz presents the series "BRUT" in the 'affordable anna25' exhibition. In this context, he consciously pushes the boundaries of aesthetics by distancing himself from conventional food photography and emphasizing the pure, raw, and coarse aspects. Nitz crosses the line from the appetizing to the unappetizing and deliberately stages this transition. The series exclusively employs large-format black-and-white photography, with Nitz capturing images without targeted lighting, always shooting from above. This unconventional approach elevates food photography into a realm beyond the familiar, where imagination can transcend the boundary into discomfort. In 2024, the gallery will showcase his first solo exhibition of the year, presenting entirely new works.

Artworks by Thomas Nitz:
(1) BRUT # 3, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm
(2) BRUT # 2, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm
(3) BRUT # 7, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm

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Heiko Huber was part of this year's group exhibition "urban frameworks." His works are characterized by a fascinating in...
30/11/2023

Heiko Huber was part of this year's group exhibition "urban frameworks." His works are characterized by a fascinating interplay of representational and abstract elements, where color and form uniquely merge. Particularly in his series "the lines between," offering a fresh perspective on Berlin, Huber creates abstract pieces capturing the essence of well-known subway stations. The 360-degree long-exposure shots of subway stations highlight the dynamic, fleeting nature of urban life, emphasizing the interplay of light, colors, and shapes in this environment. Next year, he is planning a solo exhibition featuring an entirely new series.

Artworks by Heiko Huber:
(1) Friedrichsfelde, Fine Art Print, edition of 5, framed, 55 x 90 cm
(2) Rotes Rathaus, Fine Art Print, edition of 5, framed, 55 x 90 cm
(3) Paulsternstrasse, Fine Art Print, edition of 5, framed, 55 x 90 cm

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In 2023, Raymond Gantner presented his solo exhibition "Human and Machine" in a gallery. The exhibition reflects the con...
25/11/2023

In 2023, Raymond Gantner presented his solo exhibition "Human and Machine" in a gallery. The exhibition reflects the convergence of human and machine in art, particularly through the use of technology and artificial intelligence (AI). Artists have various ways to incorporate this interaction into their work, such as generative art, interactive installations, robotic performances, and virtual reality.

Raymond Gantner himself employs a unique blend of manual and technical craftsmanship. He combines his own drawings with images from the web, which are traced by a program and transferred to canvas by a robot. The artist then completes the work manually.

The current exhibition 'Affordable Anna25' features five works by Raymond Gantner.

current exhibition

affordable anna25
art under 2000 €

until Dec 15th

opening hours
Wed - Sat
2 - 6 pm

Artworks by Raymond Gantner:
(1) Gartentor, 2023, japanese ink pen on paper, 14,5 x 10,5 cm, 540 €
(1) Palme, 2023, japanese ink pen on paper, 14,5 x 10,5 cm, 540 €
(1) Busch vor Baum, 2023, japanese ink pen on paper, 14,5 x 10,5 cm, 540 €
(2) Sicher ist sicher, 2023, etching on paper, unique, 27 x 21 cm, 1000 €
(3) Die letze Zuflucht, 2023, etching on paper, unique, 30 x 25 cm, 1200 €

In January, Kejoo Park presented the exhibition 'The Inner of the Outer' at the gallery, emphasizing the fragility and v...
22/11/2023

In January, Kejoo Park presented the exhibition 'The Inner of the Outer' at the gallery, emphasizing the fragility and value of freedom. This necessitates protection, paradoxically resulting in artificiality and creating a coexistence between naturalness and protection. In her works, Park explores the duality of nature and artificial conditions, where harsh materials like concrete meet vibrant colors or fragile fabrics. For her, the rough exterior and the soft core do not exist as opposites but rather in parallel. The exhibition "The Inner of the Outer" illustrates this interface, raising awareness of the necessity of this coexistence. Park takes a glimpse into the future, symbolically manifesting hope for nature and freedom as a precious treasure.

Born and raised in South Korea, Kejoo Park studied painting in New York and landscape architecture at Harvard, shaping her art through the tension between humans and nature, inner and outer, painting, and object art.

The current exhibition 'Affordable Anna25' features three series of works that deal with the inner and outer aspects.

current exhibition

affordable anna25
art under 2000 €

until Dec 15th

opening hours
Wed - Sat
2 - 6 pm

Artworks by Kejoo Park:

(1) Kreis der Rückkehr, 2023, Ink, paper on wood, 20x20 cm x 6
(2) o.T., 2022, oil on wood, je 30 x 30 cm
(4) Die Natur aufgefaltet, 2022, plant, gold powder, acrylic on wood, 15 x 15 cm x 5

The opening of 'affordable anna25 - art under 2000 €' 2023 can start!Come by the gallery to see great artworks by 10 gal...
17/11/2023

The opening of 'affordable anna25 - art under 2000 €' 2023 can start!

Come by the gallery to see great artworks by 10 gallery artists.

Artwork: Thomas Nitz, BRUT #2, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm

 See you this weekend!
10/11/2023



See you this weekend!

Current exhibitionurban frameworkswithHeiko HuberThomas NitzKarla Zipfelopening hours Wed - Sat2 pm – 6 pmArtworks:You c...
24/10/2023

Current exhibition
urban frameworks

with
Heiko Huber
Thomas Nitz
Karla Zipfel

opening hours
Wed - Sat
2 pm – 6 pm

Artworks:

You can find more artworks in the showroom. Link in bio.

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Structural change in favor of capitalism is also evident next to Hasenheide, in the immediate vicinity of the Südstern s...
23/10/2023

Structural change in favor of capitalism is also evident next to Hasenheide, in the immediate vicinity of the Südstern subway station. In recent years, around 200 modern rental apartments have been built here. The high-priced apartments are not exactly visually representative of the neighborhood, even if on the way to Mehringdamm, towards Kreuzberg 61, you can feel less and less of the grubby character of Hermannplatz.

Along with the Görli, Hasenheide is Berlin's number one drug park and, despite the crime, is essentially a cultural asset of the cannabis city of Berlin. The area around the new apartments is still relatively authentic and diverse. For example, a large part of the Carnival of Cultures takes place every year at nearby Blücherplatz.

How the Hasenheide will develop in the next few years remains to be seen. Critics of the change have already vented their displeasure: the sparkling facades of Hasenheide 74 were attacked with paint bags in January 2021.

Artwork: Thomas Nitz, Hasenheide 74 #2, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm

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Anyone who walks through Berlin will notice that there is a lot of construction going on in the capital. Whether in the ...
23/10/2023

Anyone who walks through Berlin will notice that there is a lot of construction going on in the capital. Whether in the city center or the outskirts: gaps are closed, buildings are increased and green spaces often fall victim to excavators and cranes.
An example of this are the new buildings next to the Hasenheide, which Thomas Nitz photographed during construction.

Artwork: Thomas Nitz, Hasenheide 74 #5, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm

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"Located between Südstern and Hermannplatz, this new building project is being built at Hasenheide 74 - 76B. The step-sh...
23/10/2023

"Located between Südstern and Hermannplatz, this new building project is being built at Hasenheide 74 - 76B. The step-shaped building complex contains 210 residential units on nine floors, from cozy one-room apartments to spacious four-room apartments. In the style of classic townhouses There are also spacious maisonettes (from the ground floor to the first floor) with their own access and private garden available."

Thomas Nitz depicted the building in his series 'Cathedrals and Metropolis'.

Artwork: Thomas Nitz, Hasenheide 74 #1, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm

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The U7 line station and the street from which it takes its name were named after the resistance fighter Nikolaus Christo...
14/10/2023

The U7 line station and the street from which it takes its name were named after the resistance fighter Nikolaus Christoph von Halem. The architect Rainer G. Rümmler designed the station in a straightforward and Spartan manner. Originally, the ceilings and walls were covered with orange veneered panels, while the station signs were made in the contrasting color green. Thanks to a comprehensive refurbishment between 2017 and 2021, the station acquired a new appearance, which adheres to the original color concept. The accent color orange is also clearly visible in Heiko Huber's photographs.

Artwork: Heiko Huber, Harlemweg, 2023, Fine art print on wood, edition of 7, 22 x 33 cm

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The "Museumsinsel" U-Bahn station in Berlin is one of the key stations in the Berlin U-Bahn network and a significant st...
14/10/2023

The "Museumsinsel" U-Bahn station in Berlin is one of the key stations in the Berlin U-Bahn network and a significant stop for tourists looking to explore the Museumsinsel (Museum Island) and its cultural treasures. The platform area is formed by the vaults of the two partially excavated track tunnels and the space in between, supported by two rows of pillars with a flat ceiling. The design by Max Dudler was inspired by the famous stage set for Schinkel's production of "The Magic Flute" from 1816 and envisions a barrel vault with 6,662 points of light as its starry sky above the tracks. The walls are clad in light natural stone, in keeping with the neoclassical architecture of the surrounding buildings. Heiko Huber's photography captures the uniqueness of the station.

Artwork: Heiko Huber, Museumsinsel, 2023, Fine art print on wood, edition of 7, 22 x 33 cm

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riedrichsfelde is a district located in the eastern part of Berlin, and it is also home to a significant metro station. ...
14/10/2023

riedrichsfelde is a district located in the eastern part of Berlin, and it is also home to a significant metro station. The station's architecture and design reflect the typical aesthetics of Berlin's U-Bahn system, which is known for its functional and minimalist style. A comprehensive renovation of the station was carried out in 2004, with the most noticeable feature being the replacement of the light blue tiles with dark blue enamel plates, interrupted at the station's name by a light blue band. Connoisseurs of the subway station will instantly recognize this distinctive design in Heiko Huber's photography.

Artwork: Heiko Huber, Friedrichsfelde, Fine Art Print, edition of 5, framed, 55 x 90 cm

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Thomas Nitz is an artist who blurs the boundaries between painting and photography. His distinctive technique involves m...
07/10/2023

Thomas Nitz is an artist who blurs the boundaries between painting and photography. His distinctive technique involves multiple exposures on specially prepared surfaces, giving his photographs a unique texture and tactility. Each of his works is a one-of-a-kind piece since the development of the photo depends on the individual behavior of the surface. In his series “Cathedrals and Metropolis,” Nitz explores shopping malls and urban landscapes as modern cathedrals of consumption, reflecting the urban transformation.

Artworks by Thomas Nitz:
(2) Hasneheide 74 #5, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm
(3) Hasneheide 74 #2, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm
(4) Hasneheide 74 #1, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm
(5) Stadtschloss #2, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm
(6) High Park #1, 2017, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm
(7) Ku'damm Eck #1, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm
(8) Axel Springer #1, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm

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Karla Zipfel examines the power of public appearances in her art. She takes buildings, everyday products, and media as s...
07/10/2023

Karla Zipfel examines the power of public appearances in her art. She takes buildings, everyday products, and media as symbols of social dynamics and distorts them in her works through the imitation of industrial surface aesthetics. The hybrid objects that emerge play with visual and thematic references, interconnecting them. Zipfel’s installations evoke commercial, domestic, or sacred contexts, challenging how the design of objects and spaces conveys societal norms.

Artworks by Karla Zipfel
(2) Grounded Gore, 2022, various materials, various sizes
(3) Grounded Gore, 2022, various materials, various sizes
(4) Matrize I + II, 2022. Oil pastel, pencil, colored pencil on paper, frame made of painted MDF, anti-reflective acrylic glass, 92 x 52 x 4 cm/49 x 92 x4 cm
(5) Calling of ..., 2022, Fineliner, pencil, photo transfer on painted wood, 3 wall objects, part 1, 65 x 45 cm
(6)Calling of ..., 2022, Fineliner, pencil, photo transfer on painted wood, 3 wall objects, part 2, 65 x 45 cm
(7)Calling of ..., 2022, Fineliner, pencil, photo transfer on painted wood, 3 wall objects, part 2, 65 x 45 cm

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Heiko Huber‘s works are a captivating interplay of realism and abstraction, where color and form meld together in a uniq...
07/10/2023

Heiko Huber‘s works are a captivating interplay of realism and abstraction, where color and form meld together in a unique fashion. In his series ‘the lines between,’ which offers a fresh perspective on Berlin, Huber creates abstract pieces that still capture the essence of well-known city landmarks. His 360-degree long-exposure shots of subway stations convey the dynamic and fleeting nature of urban life, accentuating the interplay of light, colors, and shapes in this environment.

Artworks by Heiko Huber:
(2) Friedrichsfelde, Fine Art Print, edition of 5, framed, 55 x 90 cm
(3) Halemweg,2023, Fine art print on wood, edition of 7, 22 x 33 cm
(4) Museumsinsel,2023, Fine art print on wood, edition of 7, 22 x 33 cm
(5) Paulsternstraße, Fine Art Print, edition of 5, framed, 55 x 90 cm
(6) Paradestraße,2023, Fine art print on wood, edition of 7, 22 x 33 cm
(7) Osloer Straße,2023, Fine art print on wood, edition of 7, 22 x 33 cm
(8) Rotes Rathaus, Fine Art Print, edition of 5, framed, 55 x 90 cm
(9) Alt-Tempelhof,2023, Fine art print on wood, edition of 7, 22 x 33 cm
(10) Konstanzerstraße, 2023, Fine art print on wood, edition of 7, 22 x 33 cm

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The inclusion of the Berlin Palace in Nitz's series "Cathedrals and Metropolis" can serve as a symbolic representation o...
06/10/2023

The inclusion of the Berlin Palace in Nitz's series "Cathedrals and Metropolis" can serve as a symbolic representation of change in the urban landscape. The palace, once a representative building of monarchy, becomes an element of the modern metropolis, reflecting the transformation, construction boom, and utopia of the city.

The connection between the Berlin Palace and Nitz's art lies in the ability to unite history and modernity within a single image. The palace, as a historical symbol, becomes part of contemporary art that captures the city's development and transformation. This connection between architecture and art demonstrates how artists incorporate the built environment into their works and reflect on the significance of buildings over time.

Artwork: Thomas Nitz, Stadtschloss #2, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm

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Thomas Nitz: A Dialogue Between Painting and PhotographyThomas Nitz, a virtuoso at the crossroads of painting and photog...
06/10/2023

Thomas Nitz: A Dialogue Between Painting and Photography

Thomas Nitz, a virtuoso at the crossroads of painting and photography, crafts singular masterpieces. His distinctive technique begins with meticulous preparation—each surface a canvas of unique potential. Multiple exposures, a signature of his craft, breathe tactile life into his photographs. These creations, devoid of replication, are one-of-a-kind revelations. In 'Cathedrals and Metropolis,' Nitz casts his discerning gaze upon shopping malls and cityscapes, envisaging them as contemporary cathedrals of consumption. The urban transformation becomes a visual narrative, an exploration of societal evolution writ large.

Artwork: Thomas Nitz, High Park #1, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm

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The fact that the Ku'damm-Eck is depicted in a photograph by Thomas Nitz opens up interesting perspectives on his art. T...
06/10/2023

The fact that the Ku'damm-Eck is depicted in a photograph by Thomas Nitz opens up interesting perspectives on his art. This connection between the real architectural object and Nitz's artistic interpretation bridges the world of photography with the urbanity of the cityscape.

For Thomas Nitz, the Ku'damm-Eck is not merely a building; it becomes a part of his artistic expression. Through his unique technique of multiple exposures and individual editing of photographs, he adds a new dimension to the Ku'damm-Eck. He can emphasize the visual qualities of the building or capture specific moods and emotions associated with this architectural landmark.

Artwork: Thomas Nitz, Ku'damm Eck #1, 2020, experimental analogue photography, 47 x 37 cm

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The subway represents urbanity in its purest form. In many artworks, it is depicted as the epitome of city life, a place...
29/09/2023

The subway represents urbanity in its purest form. In many artworks, it is depicted as the epitome of city life, a place where people of different backgrounds and social strata converge in close quarters. The bustling movement of commuters, the crowds, and the hustle and bustle of the morning rush hour are scenes that have fascinated many artists. This perspective on everyday life in the subway allows for the capture of the dynamics and diversity of the city.

Heiko Huber employs lines, colors, and shapes to convey an artistic message that transcends mere representation. The abstract representation of the subway can capture the energy and motion of the city or symbolize emotional states such as stress or joy.
Artwork: Heiko Huber, Paulsternstraße, Fine Art Print, edition of 5, framed, 55 x 90 cm

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