Höher, schneller, weiter (higher, faster, further)
01. October - 20. November 2021
Group exhibition with works by Günter Beier, Werner Berges, Michael Craig-Martin, Nikolaus Jungwirth, Julian Opie, Hein Spellmann, Charlotte Trossbach and Albrecht Wild.
Leonard Korbus: Point of View
3. - 26. September 2021
Finissage with the artist on Sunday, September 26th, 2021, 12 - 6 pm Mehr...
Petra Scheibe Teplitz: Out there
25. June - 29. August 2021
Frankfurt artist Petra Scheibe Teplitz worked from July 2020 till April 2021 on her new four part work of art with a total size of 110 x 440 cm that will be the center piece of this exhibition. Out of target paper she has created a universe with planets, solar systems and orbits. A product that is produced for shooting practice is transformed seemingly into a cartography for celestial bodies.
Katharina Gierlach and Konrad Winter: Two times painting
18. June - 29. August 2021
Focus on painting: We are presenting two new videos about Katharina Gierlach and Konrad Winter. Gierlach paints with oil on canvas, Winter with automotive paint on aluminium. They have in common that they both use photographs as models for their paintings. The video portraits contain footage from their studios and from the gallery and show the two artists at work. The films can be seen on the gallery's website as well as in the gallery. New works by both artists that relate to each other will be presented in the gallery. Two new catalogues will be published and presented at this exhibition. Both the videos and the catalogues are funded by Stiftung Kunstfonds and Neustart Kultur.
Hein Spellmann: Berliner Mischung
08. March - 05. June 2021
The gallery is open again as of May12th. Please contact us either by phone or e-mail for your individual appointment.
DavisKlemmGallery presents works by Berlin artist Hein Spellmann. Berliner Mischung (“Berlin blend”) is the title of the exhibition, which offers exactly that: a mixture of Berlin facades. The artist, however, does not present photos of street views, but sculptural photos of parts of individual buildings. These three-dimensional, pillow-like works of art can on the one hand clearly be assigned to architecture, on the other hand, packed in a new shape, they develop into a new life form.