Hein Spellmann: Stadt am Fluß

01. October - 30. December 2023

For his second solo exhibition at DavisKlemmGallery, Berlin-based artist Hein Spellmann has scrutinized cities of the Rhine-Main region as a source for new works. His artworks combine photography with object art. Details of building facades on three-dimensional bodies provide a concentrated view of facets, materials and structures of urban architecture - revealing grids, patterns and color fields.

Positions Berlin Art Fair and preparation for next exhibition

4. - 30. September 2023

The gallery is currently open by appointment only until October 1st. We are preparing for the Positions Berlin Art Fair at Templehof Airport. From the 14th till 17th of September 2023, we will be exhibiting in Berlin works by Katharina Gierlach, JKB Fletcher, Julian Opie and Konrad Winter. You will find our stand in Hangar 6, C13.

Afterwards, we will prepare the upcoming exhibition "City on the River" by Hein Spellmann in our gallery - opening on Sunday, 1 October 2023 from 3 to 6 pm. You are cordially invited to attend.

Konrad Winter: Stille Wasser

25. June - 03. September 2023

The Zündholz.Werkstätten, DavisKlemmGallery and Bacchus Speicher invite you to AUSFLUG 01 on two Sundays - on 27 August and 3 September, each from 3 to 6 pm. Three places as excursion destinations in one afternoon and with poetry by Gisela Winterling.

➡️In the Zündholz.Werkstätten: jewellery by Elke Wolf and ceramics by Dorothee Wenz.

➡️At DavisKlemmGallery: Exhibition "Still Waters" with paintings by Konrad Winter.

➡️At the winery Bacchus Speicher: Video art by students in the media class of the Mainz Art Academy, led by Dieter Kiessling. Kora Rieken, Oskar Kreckwitz, Lars Daigger and Liza Stipic present works under the title "dass die Kaninchen scheu schauten aus dem Bau."

But is it real?

16. April - 04. June 2023

The exhibition ends this weekend. The gallery is open on Saturday, June 3rd, from 12 to 6 pm and on Sunday, June 4th, from 3 to 6 pm.


26. February - 01. April 2023

Five years ago traditional printing techniques were included in the Federal Register of Intangible Cultural Heritage of the German UNESCO Commission. Since then, March 15th has been Printmaking Day. For this exhibition, we focus on screen printing and show editions by four artists: Werner Berges, Michael Craig-Martin, Robert Indiana and Julian Opie.