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KLEMM'S KLEMM’S is a gallery for conceptual contemporary art in Kreuzberg, Berlin. We represent emerging artists of all media.

KLEMM’S was founded in 2007 by Sebastian Klemm and Silvia Bonsiepe as a gallery for conceptual contemporary art. Our roster of artists are linked by their shared interests in the transformation of experienced reality and a critique of contemporary social currents. At KLEMM´s, we support positions and artists who work to overcome limitations in content and form bringing new approaches to the interr

KLEMM’S was founded in 2007 by Sebastian Klemm and Silvia Bonsiepe as a gallery for conceptual contemporary art. Our roster of artists are linked by their shared interests in the transformation of experienced reality and a critique of contemporary social currents. At KLEMM´s, we support positions and artists who work to overcome limitations in content and form bringing new approaches to the interr

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Last day at the Armory Show 2022! Come by say hi and discover a selection of works by Viktoria binschtok. You can find u...
11/09/2022

Last day at the Armory Show 2022! Come by say hi and discover a selection of works by Viktoria binschtok.

You can find us at booth S10 👀

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We are looking forward to welcoming you for this year's edition of K60!Opening on SEP 10, from 10 AM until 8 PM, we will...
07/09/2022

We are looking forward to welcoming you for this year's edition of K60!

Opening on SEP 10, from 10 AM until 8 PM, we will be presenting a selection of works by Peggy Buth, Sven Johne, Renaud Regnery, and Jonas Roßmeißl.

K60 is a group exhibition which brings together 15 Berlin galleries: Carlier | Gebauer, ChertLüdde, Efremidis, Esther Schipper, HUA International, Klemm's, Klosterfelde Edition, Mehdi Chouakri, Neugerriemschneider, Nome, PSM, Soy Capitán, Sprüth Magers and Sweetwater.

Here some behind the scenes snapshots taken during set-up.

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Klemm's @ K60 | HALLEN #3
SEP 10 - 18, 2022
with works by Peggy Buth, Sven Johne, Renaud Regnery, and Jonas Roßmeißl
Wilhelm Hallen, KopenhagenerStr. 60-72, 13407, Berlin

You can find the opening times and more information via our linktree in our bio 📝

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Save the date: Peggy Buth: Vom Nutzen der Angst/ The Politics of Selection | Book launch at Klemm’s | SEP 18, 2022 | fro...
06/09/2022

Save the date: Peggy Buth: Vom Nutzen der Angst/ The Politics of Selection | Book launch at Klemm’s | SEP 18, 2022 | from 11:30 AM onwards 👀

On this occasion Peggy Buth will be in conversation with Florian Ebner, Reinhard Braun and Susanne Holschbach.

“The book The Politics of Selection recounts a political history of our cities and suburbs. For the artist urban space is a place where the social and the economic overlap, at once forming and deforming the space. In three chapters Peggy Buth reports on social utopias and economic interests, on the attempt to include and exclude people, on hope, and on discrimination and defamation. Her artistic research focuses on the suburbs of Paris, social housing projects and streets in the US state of Missouri, and former working-class neighbourhoods in the Ruhr region, in the north of Essen and in parts of Duisburg.”

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Peggy Buth, born 1971 in Berlin, studied photography and fine arts at the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig and was a fellow at the Jan van Eyck Academy Maastricht, Netherlands. In 2020 she was appointed as a professor at the Department of Photography at the Kunsthochschule Kassel.

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Peggy Buth: Vom Nutzen der Angst/ The Politics of Selection
Texte / texts: Reinhard Braun, Florian Ebner, Susanne Holschbach
Konzept und Gestaltung / Concept and design: Peggy Buth, Markus Dreßen
Verlag / Publisher: Spector Books, Leipzig.
314 Seiten / Pages, Deutsch / Englisch, Softcover

This evening, at Museum Morsbroich in Leverkusen (DE), Sven Johne and Falk Haberkorn are giving an artist talk, as part ...
01/09/2022

This evening, at Museum Morsbroich in Leverkusen (DE), Sven Johne and Falk Haberkorn are giving an artist talk, as part of the presentation of their work ‘Aus Sicht des Archivs / Sachsen-Anhalt’ in the group exhibition ‘2022: spielzeit #1’.

Starting at 6 PM | Free entrance, come by if you’re around!

Sven Johne / Falk Haberkorn, Aus Sicht des Archivs / Sachsen-Anhalt, Ausstellungsansicht. 2022: spielzeit #1, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen. Foto: Denis Bury.


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31/08/2022

We are looking forward to being part of Berlin Art Week with 'Antinomies' a solo exhibition by Leelee Chan, opening on SEP 16 | 6 to 9 PM 🔥

More info via our linktree at our bio📝


We are looking forward to the opening of ‘talking to a stranger’ with works by Sven Johne, Alexej Meschtschanow, and Adr...
24/08/2022

We are looking forward to the opening of ‘talking to a stranger’ with works by Sven Johne, Alexej Meschtschanow, and Adrian Sauer amongst others, today from 6 pm onwards at the Kunsthochschule Muthesius, in Kiel 💙

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talking to a stranger

26.08. - 11.09.2022
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With works from the collection Haus N & from the students of the Kunsthochschule Muthesius Kiel. Curated by Billy Jacob.

Alica SIEGELE - Katja NOVITSKOVA
André STROBEL - Ei ARAKAWA
Anna RUSCHER - Ottmar HÖRL
Anne NITZPAN - Alexandra BIRCKEN
Arne-Niklas VOLK - Daniel RICHTER
Benedikt LÜBCKE - Moritz ALTMANN
Hecht & Lantin - Joseph BEUYS
Dorothee WENZEL - Cosima VON BONIN
Fjonna RAMIN - Anna FASSHAUER
Ivon KIM - Adrian SAUER
Jakob OFFERMANN - Peter DOIG
Jo Anneke MÜCKEL - Michael SAILSTORFER
Johannes EGGERS - Gregor HILDEBRANDT
Moritz WITTENBURG - Jordan/Martin HELL
Lasse MÜLLER - Adrian SAUER
Lena KRÜGER - Sarah FRIEND
Marie MAUSOLF - Simon MULLAN
Paola DONATO CASTILLO - Guan XIAO
Nele SCHEREIKA - Julian CHARRIÈRE & Julius VON BISMARCK
Malin MÜLLER & F***y HÜBNER - Anne IMHOF
Lisa KARNAUKE - Sven JOHNE
Melina Julie SIEVERLING - Banz & Bowinkel
Lisa Sophie LANGHANS - Raphaela VOGEL
Nikolai Renée GOLDMANN - Alexej MESCHTSCHANOW

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We are thrilled to announce Leelee Chan’s upcoming exhibition ‘Pallet in Repose’ at the gallery, opening on SEP 16, from...
20/08/2022

We are thrilled to announce Leelee Chan’s upcoming exhibition ‘Pallet in Repose’ at the gallery, opening on SEP 16, from 6 to 9 PM.

Leelee Chan’s first solo exhibition at Klemm’s will be opening during Berlin Art Week and will stay on view until OCT 29, 2022.

Find more behind the scenes documentation on our blog S-P-A-C-E, via our linktree at our bio 🔗

Leelee Chan (b. 1984) lives and works in Hong Kong. Chan received her MFA in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design, in 2009, and her BFA from the School of Art Institute of Chicago, in 2006. In 2020, Chan was the recipient of the ninth BMW Art Journey. Previous solo representations include: Pallet in Repose (Resurfacer), Discoveries, Art Basel Hong Kong (presented by Capsule Shanghai) (2021); and Core Sample, Capsule Shanghai, Shanghai (2019). Her selected exhibitions include Poetic Heritage in Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong (2021); Liquid Ground in Para Site, Hong Kong (2021); KölnSkulptur #10 in Skulpturen Park Köln, Cologne (2020); How Do We Begin: X Museum Triennial 1st Edition in X Museum, Beijing (2020); Holy Mosses in Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong (2019); Notes from Pallet Town in Ullens Center for Contemporary Arts Dunes, Beidaihe (2019); Hysteresis in Downs & Ross, New York (2019); Scaffolds of Meaning in Mine Project, Hong Kong (2019); Rehearsal in Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong (2018). Chan’s work can be found in the permanent collections of M+, Hong Kong; Skulpturen Park Köln, Cologne; J. P. Morgan Chase Art Collection, Hong Kong and Kadist Art Foundation, Paris/San Francisco. Her work has been featured in Frieze, Artforum, Mousse Magazine, Art Asia Pacific, the Financial Times, and Ocula, among others.


Gwenneth Boelens’ solo exhibition Full-bodied (hum) is up for one more week, closing on AUG 20 👀 -Full-bodied (hum)In co...
13/08/2022

Gwenneth Boelens’ solo exhibition Full-bodied (hum) is up for one more week, closing on AUG 20 👀
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Full-bodied (hum)
In collaboration with curator Eloise Sweetman
Gwenneth Boelens
JUN 19 - AUG 20, 2022
Klemm’s, Berlin
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With the kind support of Mondriaan Fonds

04/08/2022

We are looking forward to being a part of Berlin Art Week 2022 with the opening of the solo exhibition ‘Pallet in Repose’ by Leelee Chan! Save the date: SEP 16, 2022 | 6 to 9 PM 🌠

You can find more detail via our Linktree at our bio


“(...) Seeing an artwork reach its full and varied potential is so satisfying and is why I think Boelens’ work is so gra...
03/08/2022

“(...) Seeing an artwork reach its full and varied potential is so satisfying and is why I think Boelens’ work is so gratifying. First, there are the artworks, which are graceful and substantial. Boelens is excellent at thinking about her work spatially, so her work often dialogue, trialogue, and chorus together. And then the supporting elements begin to
appear: a bench carefully sanded back, speakers reclaimed from a church, clamps and joints purposed made for spools and spindles. They are beautiful examples of interconnection and harmony where the artwork reaches beyond itself like in the Buddhist teaching of dependent origination, the cause cannot be untied from its condition. (...)”

​​Taken from Eloise Sweetman's ‘a thyroid, a vessel, a neck, a drum’, written in the context of Full-bodied (hum) by Gwenneth Boelens.

Read the full text via the link at our bio 🔗

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Gwenneth Boelens
Shields Shells Shh, 2020
Sun-bleached offset printing plates, fiberglass, epoxy, split pins
170 x 130 cm

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Full-bodied (hum)
In collaboration with curator Eloise Sweetman
Gwenneth Boelens
JUN 19 - AUG 20, 2022
Klemm’s, Berlin
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With the kind support of Mondriaan Fonds

Works of Elizabeth Jaeger are currently on view in Toronto at Daniel Faria Gallery as part of the group exhibition ‚And ...
22/07/2022

Works of Elizabeth Jaeger are currently on view in Toronto at Daniel Faria Gallery as part of the group exhibition ‚And still no rain‘ on until August 27 2022.

“And still no rain explores themes related to language and loss; all the losses inherent in the moving and shifting of words, but also the experience of loss itself as something that occurs outside of language, forcing us to look for new tools to make sense of it.“

- Madeleine Taurin & Melanie Scheiner

Screaming in a lip gloss,2020
Ceramic
3 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 1 1/4 inches

Fish Stand with Fish 8,2020
Glass and steel
65 x 30 x 10 inches




Keltie Ferris’ work is currently on view at BODE Projects, as part of the group exhibition ‘Summer of Possibilities’, on...
19/07/2022

Keltie Ferris’ work is currently on view at BODE Projects, as part of the group exhibition ‘Summer of Possibilities’, on view until AUG 21, 2022.

“(...) Summer of Possibilities is an homage to that one summer in August when artists did not know. It combines emerging and established artists who represent the work of art-making and the importance of those historical breaks that exist in their practices. But it is also a statement about the process of art-making now. The practice of working and producing boundless possible opportunities within Abstraction which comes with the continuous dedication to the work. Regardless of how that work manifests, each piece is a collection of moments that mesh and intertwine; a puzzle piece of what is known and what isn’t that then produces possibilities within the limitless. (...)"

Curated by Alteronce Gumby.





📸 courtesy of BODE Projects

We are happy to be sharing with you episode #06 of our exchange series, with artist Gwenneth Boelens in conversation wit...
15/07/2022

We are happy to be sharing with you episode #06 of our exchange series, with artist Gwenneth Boelens in conversation with curator Eloise Sweetman, accompanying Gwenneth's solo exhibition 'Full-bodied (hum)', which has been extended and is now on view until the 20th of August 2022!

The 2 parts episode was recorded in the artist's studio, in Amsterdam, and is made of a conversation between Gwenneth and Eloise, intertwined by a playlist of musical tracks selected by Gwenneth🌞

You can tune in via the links at our link.tree, at our bio🌳

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Full-bodied (hum)
In collaboration with curator Eloise Sweetman
Gwenneth Boelens
JUN 19 - AUG 20, 2022
Klemm’s, Berlin
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With the kind support of Mondriaan Fonds

The 12th Berlin Biennale ‘Still Present!’ is on view throughout the summer until SEP 18, 2022, so if you are in Berlin, ...
13/07/2022

The 12th Berlin Biennale ‘Still Present!’ is on view throughout the summer until SEP 18, 2022, so if you are in Berlin, stop by the Akademie der Künste at Hanseatenweg to see Sven Johne’s work ‘Heilpflanzen im Todesstreifen / Medicinal Plants in the Death Strip’ (2021).

“As diverse and varied as the worlds that comprise our current human reality are, they subsist amid the waste and cacophony that traverse global capitalism’s frantic and destructive race toward production. Since the onset of modernity, our planet has endured successive and ruinous changes that have accelerated alarmingly from the start of the third millennium. The place to which we have arrived today is not by chance: it is the result of historical formations constructed over centuries. In their egoism, modern Western societies have taken their own liberal character for granted, falsely assuming that the balance between free trade and universal suffrage guarantees a self-regulating system of universal democratic values. (...) Art offers a present that is protracted and, above all, free. Inherent to emotion, consciousness is movement in the present: as emotional, interpretive beings, we are totally unpredictable in the present, and this allows us to escape the technologies of capitalist behavioral manipulation and imperialist governance that colludes with it. So more than ever, we must remain present!”
- Excerpt from Kader Attia’s curatorial statement.

Sven Johne, installation view, 12th Berlin Biennale, Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg, 11.6.–18.9.2022. Photo: dotgain.info.
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Sven Johne, Heilpflanzen im Todesstreifen / Medicinal Plants in the Death Strip, Germany, 2021
25 archival pigment ink prints on fine art paper. Courtesy Galerie Nagel Draxler, Berlin/Cologne/Munich; KLEMM’S, Berlin © Sven Johne. VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022.

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Works by Elizabeth Jaeger are currently on view at White Space in Beijing, as part of the group exhibition ‘Persona and ...
08/07/2022

Works by Elizabeth Jaeger are currently on view at White Space in Beijing, as part of the group exhibition ‘Persona and Parasite’, curated by Shen Chen, on until AUG 14, 2022 🖤

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Full-bodied (hum) (2022) is a new work by Gwenneth Boelens sharing its eponymous name with her current solo presentation...
06/07/2022

Full-bodied (hum) (2022) is a new work by Gwenneth Boelens sharing its eponymous name with her current solo presentation at the gallery🤍

Come by say hi!

Gwenneth Boelens
Full-bodied (hum), 2022
clay, brass, tin
7 parts, size variable

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Full-bodied (hum)
In collaboration with curator Eloise Sweetman
Gwenneth Boelens
JUN 19 - AUG 20, 2022
Klemm’s, Berlin
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With the kind support of Mondriaan Fonds

Currently on view at The Ringling ‘Metadata: Rethinking Photography from the 21st Century’ with works by Viktoria Binsch...
03/07/2022

Currently on view at The Ringling ‘Metadata: Rethinking Photography from the 21st Century’ with works by Viktoria Binschtok.

“The term “metadata” is used to describe the information that travels with a digital image file but is unseen within the image itself. This data includes the details about the digital photograph’s creation, its ownership, and how it is situated within structures of order. In our networked digital environment, metadata is accessed by both human users and artificial intelligences. Software algorithms orchestrate what images we see and exchange while collecting the valuable data generated by our interactions. In our moment, dominated by image-based social media and surveillance, we are becoming increasingly aware that understanding the information that circulates unseen around photographic images is just as important as seeing what they depict on their surface. Metadata: Rethinking Photography from the 21st Century is an exhibition that explores new paradigms for understanding the ecology of the photographic image. (...)”

On view until AUG 28, 2022


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A little summer visitor came by the gallery this morning, resting on Gwenneth Boelens’ ‘Enveloping tissue’ (2022) part o...
30/06/2022

A little summer visitor came by the gallery this morning, resting on Gwenneth Boelens’ ‘Enveloping tissue’ (2022) part of her current solo exhibition ‘Full-bodied (hum)’ developed in collaboration with curator Eloise Sweetman.

On view until JUL 30🌞🦋

Gwenneth Boelens
Enveloping tissue, 2022
Stainless steel, flax, dye
170 x 130 cm

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Full-bodied (hum)
In collaboration with curator Eloise Sweetman
Gwenneth Boelens
JUN 19 - JUL 30, 2022
Klemm’s, Berlin
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With the kind support of Mondriaan Fonds

Taking a closer look at Gwenneth Boelens’ work This Dusk Song (subtle body) (2020-22), part of her current solo exhibiti...
24/06/2022

Taking a closer look at Gwenneth Boelens’ work This Dusk Song (subtle body) (2020-22), part of her current solo exhibition ‘Full-bodied (hum)’, on view at the gallery until the 30th of July 2022.

This Dusk Song (subtle body), 2020-22
conductive copper thread, reclaimed factory spools and rollers, magnet
size variable

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Full-bodied (hum)
In collaboration with curator Eloise Sweetman
Gwenneth Boelens
JUN 19 - JUL 30, 2022
Klemm’s, Berlin
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With the kind support of Mondriaan Fonds

Sven Johne’s work ‘47 Faults between Calais and Idomeni’ (2017/2020),  is currently on view at the DZ Bank Kunststiftung...
22/06/2022

Sven Johne’s work ‘47 Faults between Calais and Idomeni’ (2017/2020), is currently on view at the DZ Bank Kunststiftung as part of the group exhibition ‘Passagen’, until OCT 15, 2022.

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Sven Johne, 47 Faults between Calais and Idomeni, 2017 / 2020, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022. Installation view at the Kunststiftung DZ BANK, Frankfurt am Main, 2022, Foto: Norbert Miguletz.


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Thank you for joining us during the opening of Gwenneth Boelens’ solo exhibition ‘Full-bodied (hum)’, last Saturday 💓The...
21/06/2022

Thank you for joining us during the opening of Gwenneth Boelens’ solo exhibition ‘Full-bodied (hum)’, last Saturday 💓

The exhibition was realised in collaboration with curator Eloise Sweetman.

“(...) The title Full-bodied (hum) refers to a nourished, receptive body, one that might hum while making. The artworks create a happy thrum of activity, that purls, and glimmers across the gallery’s architecture. The word “Purl” refers to the interlocking of yarn, to go against the flow, and—in the most pleasing of ways—a small swirling stream2. Boelens’ practice has a purling motion and the artworks in Full-bodied (hum) are open vessels that sound and light move through.

Boelens’ practice has a cyclical flow: rest, preparation, making, and the inevitable release of the work into the world. And so begins the process again, while the trace of the previous work enters into the new cycle, nothing ends, but instead picked up and purls into new artworks, weaving works become contact c-prints; the mesh to make a chromogenic print becomes a large-scale textile wall sculpture; lengths of newspaper spears return as shields or shells, and leftover clay is soaked and kneaded into new vessels. She is building towards something, re-cycling, which returns us to cycling, swirling, to revisit anew. This brings to mind the lifecycle and the heartache that contemporary life can bring. With the current state of the world, Boelens’ work offers a place to rejuvenate and find some semblance of communal harmony. (...)" Taken from Eloise Sweetman's ‘a thyroid, a vessel, a neck, a drum’, written in the context of Full-bodied (hum) by Gwenneth Boelens.

Read the full text via the link at our bio 🔗

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Full-bodied (hum)
Gwenneth Boelens
JUN 19 - JUL 30, 2022
Klemm’s, Berlin
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With the kind support of Mondriaan Fonds

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Setting up Adrian Sauer’s solo presentation ‘Abstraction Layers’ for Gallery Weekend Berlin 2022💥

Opening this Friday APR 29 from 6 to 9 PM ✒️

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Adrian Sauer
Abstraction Layers
opening: APR 29, 2022 | 6 to 9 PM
APR 30 - JUN 11, 2022
Gallery Weekend Berlin
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Last days to come by the gallery and see ‘itself and else’ a solo exhibition by Elizabeth Jaeger 🖤👀

“(...) In this continual alteration of our perception, each panel generates an image of itself in space almost like a shadow, introducing a temporality that is both corporeal and architectural in its projective cast. The dark silhouettes both flatten and intensify their volumetric forms, the absence of light gradually revealing subtle details that appear as the viewer comes close to the sculpture and their eyes adjust. (...)” - Chrissie Iles

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itself and else | Elizabeth Jaeger
MAR 13 - APR 23, 2022
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🖤please note that the gallery will be closed during the Easter weekend APR 15, 16, 17 and 18, 2022🖤

Come by until 6 PM today to see ‘itself and else’ by Elizabeth Jaeger before our long weekend break ✨

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itself and else | Elizabeth Jaeger
MAR 13 - APR 23, 2022
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🌠We are thrilled to share the news

Adrian Sauer receives the SPECTRUM International Prize for Photography 2023🌠

The whole team at Klemm's congratulates the artist for the award!
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From the jury statement:

"Standing in the tradition of image-analytical photography, he has at the same time consistently extended this to intermedial forms of art and in doing so – perhaps surprisingly – has above all carried the long-discussed relationship between painting and photography into the present artistic debates. It is therefore no coincidence that Sauer is perceived as one of the most distinguished representatives in the context of contemporary abstract art."

The internationally renowned SPECTRUM Prize is endowed with € 15,000. Adrian Sauer will also be honored with a major exhibition of his work at the Sprengel Museum Hannover and an artist book.

Sauer's work will be presented to the public for the first time on this scale. The award ceremony will take place during the opening of the exhibition on 13 October 2023.

The SPECTRUM International Prize for Photography has been awarded to outstanding contemporary photographic artists since 1994. Among others, Zanele Muholi (2021), Fiona Tan (2019), Helen Levitt (2008), John Baldessari (1999) and Thomas Struth (1997) have been awarded.

You can find a link to the full press release and jury statement via the link at our bio 🔗

We are thrilled to present episode #05 of our exchange series made on the occasion of Elizabeth Jaeger's 'itself and else', her second solo exhibition at the gallery.

The episode #05 was recorded at Elizabeth's temporary studio in Berlin, during her residency at Callie's, and features thoughts on the process behind the exhibition, a selection of tracks put together by Elizabeth, and some of her self-composed tracks called 'ringtones'.

Tune in via the link at our bio to listen to the episode on Mixcloud, you can also find Elizabeth’s playlist on Apple music 🔗🖤

'itself and else' is on view at the gallery until APR 23, 2022.

💢please note that the gallery will be closed during the Easter weekend APR 15, 16, 17 and 18, 2022💢

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itself and else | Elizabeth Jaeger
MAR 13 - APR 23, 2022
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Abstraction Layers | Adrian Sauer @ Klemm’s | Gallery Weekend Berlin 2022

save the date
opening: APR 29, 2022 | 6 to 9 PM 🌃

“I am fascinated by the ability to depict the world, to capture a moment, to enable narration and
argumentation in equal measure. Photography is my tool and research focus. I use the potential of photography to make its technical and media requirements tangible and to question, exaggerate and undermine the ways of reality-representation.” (Adrian Sauer, 2022)

Read the press release via the link at our bio 🔗📖

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Adrian Sauer, work in progress, 2022

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Adrian Sauer
Abstraction Layers
APR 30 - JUN 11, 2022
Gallery Weekend Berlin
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‘itself and else’ is on for the next three weeks! Come by the gallery 🖤👋

Elizabeth Jaeger
Untitled 3 (I filled my plate and ate), 2022, ceramic, steel painted, 160 x 25 x 20,5 cm

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itself and else | Elizabeth Jaeger
MAR 13 - APR 23, 2022
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Opening our booth B51at miart today✨

With a curated selection of works by Leelee Chan, Elizabeth Jaeger, Fiona Mackay, Renaud Regnery🔥

Come by say hi 👋

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Klemm’s | booth B51
APR 1 & 2 | 11.30 am - 8 pm
APR 3 | 10 am - 5 pm
Milan, IT

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Sneak peek into our presentation at miart 2022 💙

With works by Leelee Chan, Elizabeth Jaeger, Fiona Mackay, Renaud Regnery.

We are looking forward to seeing you during the public opening tomorrow at our booth B51🔥

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APR 1 - 3, 2022
VIP Preview: March 31, 2022
Milan, IT
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📸 Booth preview .de

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Taking a closer look at Untitled 4 (Night blooming lune), (2022) part of the current solo exhibition by Elizabeth Jaeger ‘itself and else’ on view at the gallery 🖤

Untitled 4 (Night blooming lune), 2022, ceramic, blackened steel, 160 x 45 x 45 cm

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itself and else | Elizabeth Jaeger
MAR 13 - APR 23, 2022
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itself and else | Elizabeth Jaeger
MAR 13 - APR 23, 2022 🖤

“(...) When Jaeger talks about the “body in space” it is obvious the topic is sensitively layered. Every formal decision in her work seems to also be an emotive and metaphorical one. The title of the show, ‘itself and else,’ alludes to this complicated relationship between a being and its environment. It is a relationship Jaeger has spent a long time negotiating. (...)”
- Read the full studio visit report by for Berlin Art Link via the link at our bio 🔗

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‘LO(L) – Embodied Language’ a group exhibition currently on view at the Kunsthaus Hamburg with works by Émilie Pitoiset 🖤

“Those who want to understand the present, must learn its language. Considering the changes within the media landscape and the complex challenges posed by an increasingly globalized world, it becomes clear that our well-familiar vocabulary no longer adequately describes given realities. (...)”

The exhibition is on until MAY 1, 2022.

Curated by Anna Nowak

Photo: Émilie Pitoiset.


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