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until 21.06. Ostara. Anna Zemankova, Veronica Holcova. Painting, Work on Paper, Drawing, Watercolor. Repro ohne Titel, Anna Zemankova, Collage - Textilfarben, Ballpoint-Pen, 45 x 31 cm
until 21.06. Ostara. Anna Zemankova, Veronica Holcova. Painting, Work on Paper, Drawing, Watercolor. Repro Poppyseed, Veronika Holcova, 2023, Acryl und Öl auf Leinwand, 40 x 35 cm

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28.06. – 23.08. Eine Frage des Lichts. Sommerausstellung. Ruth Bernhard, Antanas Sutkus, Ruo Bing Chen, u. a. Painting, Light Art, Fotografie. Repro New York Moidel II, Ruth Bernhard, 1930, silvergelatine print, 25 x 16 cm

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27.03. – 20.04. Fragmente einer sich verändernden Welt. Alexandra Duprez. Drawing. Repro ohne Titel, Alexandra Durprez, 2022, Farbstift auf Papier, 120 x 80 cm
27.01. – 07.03. Flora Alpina. Peter Mathis. Fotografie. Repro Pulsatilla vulg ris., Peter Mathis, 2023, pigment print, 22 x 32 cm, Photo: Peter Mathis

Peter Mathis loves distance. He pairs direct experience with the analytical gaze of observation. He seeks eternal validity in the spontaneous moment, and he turns time into timelessness. He has a keen and attentive eye for nature and landscapes. For the past two years, he has devoted himself to alpine flowers. The never-changing white background before which he photographs the plants, and the Latin names, make Peter Mathis appear as a naturalist. On the one hand, he is precisely that because he documents what he finds, but on the other hand, the plants are showcased because of their beauty. In these photographs, lines and forms appear as if they had been drawn, and every detail, and how it contributes to the overall appearance, becomes visible.

27.01. – 07.03. Flora Alpina. Peter Mathis. Fotografie. Repro Alpstein #6, Peter Mathis, 2020, pigment print , 22 x 32 cm, Photo: Peter Mathis

Peter Mathis loves distance. He pairs direct experience with the analytical gaze of observation. He seeks eternal validity in the spontaneous moment, and he turns time into timelessness. He has a keen and attentive eye for nature and landscapes. For the past two years, he has devoted himself to alpine flowers. The never-changing white background before which he photographs the plants, and the Latin names, make Peter Mathis appear as a naturalist. On the one hand, he is precisely that because he documents what he finds, but on the other hand, the plants are showcased because of their beauty. In these photographs, lines and forms appear as if they had been drawn, and every detail, and how it contributes to the overall appearance, becomes visible.

26.01. – 02.03. Peter Mathis. Fotografie
08.12.2023 – 20.01. Berge. Emmanuelle Bollack, Sigrid Kopfermann, Silke Leverkühne. Painting
08.12.2023 – 20.01. Anmutungen. Erik Cruikshank, Stephan Ehrenhofer. Painting, Drawing, Sculpture. Repro C-20, Eric Cruikshank, 2023, Öl auf Leinwand auf Holz, 41 x 30,5 cm

Isn’t it beautiful to look up into a light, sunny sky? Especially during the dark time that we now need to get through, to experience the sun once a day? Eric Cruikshank makes this possible. 

Stephan Ehrenhofer’s works seem like many things and open up space for our own associations. They celebrate the beauty of colour.

 

 

 

08.12.2023 – 20.01. Anmutungen. Erik Cruikshank, Stephan Ehrenhofer. Painting, Drawing, Sculpture. Repro Coil 2023_08_01, Stephan Ehrenhofer, 2023, polypropylene straps, Ø 238 mm, H 150 mm

Isn’t it beautiful to look up into a light, sunny sky? Especially during the dark time that we now need to get through, to experience the sun once a day? Eric Cruikshank makes this possible. 

Stephan Ehrenhofer’s works seem like many things and open up space for our own associations. They celebrate the beauty of colour.

 

 

 

08.12.2023 – 20.01. Anmutungen. Erik Cruikshank, Stephan Ehrenhofer. Painting, Drawing, Sculpture. Repro L-19, Erilk Cruikshank, 2023, Öl auf Leinwand auf Holz, 20,5 x 15,5 cm

Isn’t it beautiful to look up into a light, sunny sky? Especially during the dark time that we now need to get through, to experience the sun once a day? Eric Cruikshank makes this possible. 

Stephan Ehrenhofer’s works seem like many things and open up space for our own associations. They celebrate the beauty of colour.

 

 

 

20.10.2023 – 02.12.2023 Trees. Michael Kenna. Fotografie. Repro White Copse Study 3, Michael Kenna, 2004, Silvergelatine Print, 8 x 8 cm
01.09.2023 – 14.10.2023 he-she-it. Textil und Keramik. Carlos Arias, Frank Mädler, Grit Schwerdtfeger. Repro Kallisto, Grit Schwerdtfeger, 2022, Keramik, Lycra, 95 x 50 x 25 cm

"It is the business of humans to question limits. They are expanded, shifted, and transgressed. Limits make us discontent. Therefore, it is also the business of artists to expand and transgress the limits of their own me- dium. In the works shown, the artists Carlos Arias, Frank Mädler, and Grit Schwerdtfeger expand limits by working with textiles and ceramics."

01.09.2023 – 14.10.2023 he-she-it. Textil und Keramik. Carlos Arias, Frank Mädler, Grit Schwerdtfeger. Repro Halbmond, Frank Mädler, 2020, Keramik, 132 x 28 x 8 cm

"It is the business of humans to question limits. They are expanded, shifted, and transgressed. Limits make us discontent. Therefore, it is also the business of artists to expand and transgress the limits of their own me- dium. In the works shown, the artists Carlos Arias, Frank Mädler, and Grit Schwerdtfeger expand limits by working with textiles and ceramics."

01.09.2023 – 14.10.2023 he-she-it. Textil und Keramik. Carlos Arias, Frank Mädler, Grit Schwerdtfeger. Repro Lola y Teresa con mi Abuela 1956, Carlos Arias, 2011, Faden auf Leinwand, 50,5 x 73,5 cm

"It is the business of humans to question limits. They are expanded, shifted, and transgressed. Limits make us discontent. Therefore, it is also the business of artists to expand and transgress the limits of their own me- dium. In the works shown, the artists Carlos Arias, Frank Mädler, and Grit Schwerdtfeger expand limits by working with textiles and ceramics."

25.07.2023 – 26.08.2023 Hände und was sie bedeuten. Ruth Bernhard, Sim Cha Chi, Rafael Cidoncha, Daniel Gustav Cramer, Alexandra Duprez, Veronika Holcová, Olivier Richon, Antanas Sutkus, Sandy Volz. Painting, Sculpture, Fotografie. Repro Mano translucida , Rafael Cidoncha, 2022, Öl auf Leinwand, 27 x 22 cm

The exhibition sets a very precise frame for the subject. It contains only works where the hand is the central

motif. We chose representations from the fields of photograph, painting, drawing, and sculpture that

illuminate different modes of operation and action.

25.07.2023 – 26.08.2023 Hände und was sie bedeuten. Ruth Bernhard, Sim Cha Chi, Rafael Cidoncha, Daniel Gustav Cramer, Alexandra Duprez, Veronika Holcová, Olivier Richon, Antanas Sutkus, Sandy Volz. Painting, Sculpture, Fotografie. Repro Hearts of Darkness, Sandy Volz, 2006, Digital Print, 40 x56 cm

The exhibition sets a very precise frame for the subject. It contains only works where the hand is the central

motif. We chose representations from the fields of photograph, painting, drawing, and sculpture that

illuminate different modes of operation and action.

22.07.2023 – 26.08.2023 Sommerausstellung. Painting, Sculpture, Fotografie
26.05.2023 – 15.07.2023 Miwa Ogasawara. Painting
01.04.2023 – 30.04.2023 Memorials. Bilder und Zeichnungen aus den 1990er Jahren. Sarah Schumann. Painting

 

 

11.02.2023 – 18.03.2023 Autonomie und Dialog. Painting, Sculpture, Fotografie. Repro Weiße Wolken, Silke Leverkühne, 2022, Eitempera auf Leinwand, 50 x 70 cm, Photo: Achim Kukulies

The photographer Julia Baier, the ceramist Sylvie Enjalbert, and the painter Silke Leverkühne take things from the past that have proven to be enduring as the basis for the present.

11.02.2023 – 18.03.2023 Autonomie und Dialog. Painting, Sculpture, Fotografie. Repro Weisse Wolken, Silke Leverkühne, 2022, Eitempera auf Leinwand, 50 x 70 cm, Photo: Achim Kukulies

The photographer Julia Baier, the ceramist Sylvie Enjalbert, and the painter Silke Leverkühne take things from the past that have proven to be enduring as the basis for the present.

02.12.2022 – 04.02.2023 Iconography of Berlin. Painting. Repro Big Tree, Zoran Minic, 2022, Öl auf Holz, 60 x 60 cm, Photo: Zoran Minic

As this year’s recipient of the AArtist Fellowship, Zoran Minic (born in 1964) was able to work for three months in the studio on top of the German Foreign Office. Zoran Minic lives in Milan; he is an architect and painter.

 

 

02.12.2022 – 04.02.2023 Iconography of Berlin. Painting. Repro Sluice, Zoran Minic, 2022, Öl auf Holz, 60 x 60 cm, Photo: Zoran Minic

As this year’s recipient of the AArtist Fellowship, Zoran Minic (born in 1964) was able to work for three months in the studio on top of the German Foreign Office. Zoran Minic lives in Milan; he is an architect and painter.

 

 

14.10.2022 – 03.12.2022 Toenges, Raku und Oribe. Kuratiert von Miki Shimokawa. Michael Toenges. Painting. Repro Oribe Keramik, Houemon Kato, Keramik, Höhe 12 cm Ø 9 cm, Photo: Sandy Volz
19.08.2022 – 08.10.2022 Floating. Chen Ruo Bing. Painting. Repro o.T. (2107), Chen Ruo Bing, 2021, Acryl auf Leinwand, 100 x 260 cm

Light has been Chen Ruo Bing’s subject right from the start. As early as 2005, he called an exhibition “Into the Light”. Over the years, he has increasingly dissolved the material aspect in his paintings. Concrete shapes, opaque colours have become more and more intangible. With a brush, paint, and canvas, he gets ever closer to embodying light. 

 

19.08.2022 – 08.10.2022 Floating. Chen Ruo Bing. Painting. Repro o.T. (1920), Chen Ruo Bing, 2019, Acryl auf Leinwand, 75 x 75 cm

Light has been Chen Ruo Bing’s subject right from the start. As early as 2005, he called an exhibition “Into the Light”. Over the years, he has increasingly dissolved the material aspect in his paintings. Concrete shapes, opaque colours have become more and more intangible. With a brush, paint, and canvas, he gets ever closer to embodying light. 

 

06.07.2022 – 10.07.2022 art Karlsruhe. Ruo Bing Chen, Steffen Diemer, Sylvie Enjalbert, Silke Leverkühne, Zoran Minić, Michael Toenges, Peter Tollens. (Messe Karlsruhe, Messeallee 1, 76287 Rheinstetten) Painting, Sculpture. Repro Wolken, von rechts unten nach links oben , Silke Leverkühne, 1998, Eitempera auf Leinwand, 160 x 130 cm
01.06.2022 – 30.07.2022 Übers Meer. Peter Bialobrzeski, Miwa Ogasawara. Painting, Fotografie. Repro Strand, Miwa Ogasawara, 2021, Öl auf Leinwand, 120 x 180 cm

Übers Meer brings together photographs by Peter Bialobrzeski, taken last year at the Polish Baltic Sea and in Travemünde, and paintings by Miwa Osagawara. The photographer and the painter are friends, and they value each other’s work. They had the idea of collaborating in the following way: Miwa Osagawara responds to Peter Bialobrzeski’s photographs.

01.06.2022 – 30.07.2022 Übers Meer. Peter Bialobrzeski, Miwa Ogasawara. Painting, Fotografie. Repro Travemünde, Ostseeküste, Peter Bialobrzeski, 2020, Pigmentdruck auf Barytpapier, Edition 5 + 2 ap., 80 x 60 cm

Übers Meer brings together photographs by Peter Bialobrzeski, taken last year at the Polish Baltic Sea and in Travemünde, and paintings by Miwa Osagawara. The photographer and the painter are friends, and they value each other’s work. They had the idea of collaborating in the following way: Miwa Osagawara responds to Peter Bialobrzeski’s photographs.

25.03.2022 – 19.05.2022 Shrubs, Flowers and Decay. Zadok Ben-David, Tilyen Mucik. Sculpture, Fotografie. Repro Halophytes Salicornia europaea, Tilyen Mucik, 2021, Digitaldruck auf archival paper, Auflage 3, 30 x 40 cm

In the exhibition Shrubs, Flowers, and Decay, the young photographer Tilyen Mucik (born in Ljubljana in 1995) discovers the variety and diversity of nature, and the sculptor Zadok Ben-David (born in Bayhan, Yemen in 1949) creates it by his own hand. Artificial and natural nature meet. 

25.03.2022 – 19.05.2022 Shrubs, Flowers and Decay. Zadok Ben-David, Tilyen Mucik. Sculpture, Fotografie. Repro Unnamed, Zadok Ben-David, 2021, handbemalter Edelstahl, Plexiglas-Box, Unikat, 25 x 25 x 13 cm

In the exhibition Shrubs, Flowers, and Decay, the young photographer Tilyen Mucik (born in Ljubljana in 1995) discovers the variety and diversity of nature, and the sculptor Zadok Ben-David (born in Bayhan, Yemen in 1949) creates it by his own hand. Artificial and natural nature meet. 

28.01.2022 – 19.03.2022 Ausgewählte Arbeiten aus der Albertina-Ausstellung . Michela Ghisetti. Painting, Print. Repro Moana 6/20, Michela Ghisetti, 2020, Acryl auf Aquarellpapier, 55,5 x 57 cm, Photo: Michela Ghisetti

Michela Ghisetti’s work ranges between the poles of abstract and figurative art. In her works, biographical and emotional elements merge with issues of philosophy and art theory. This gives rise to conceptually rigid, humorous and intuitive groups of works in which the artist constantly tries out new content and a wide variety of materials, challenging their fundamental principles. – Antonia Hoerschelmann

03.12.2021 – 22.01.2022 Stadt Land Fluss. David Connearn, Zoran Minić, Maria Mölko. Painting, Fotografie. Repro Field, Zoran Minić, 2021, Malerei, 60 x 60

With the exhibition ‘Stadt Land Fluss’, Galerie Albrecht continues its exploration of the terms ‘abstract’ and ‘figurative’. The paintings by Zoran Minić, the photographs by Maria Mölko, and the drawings by David Connearn are both. Unlike the previous exhibition on landscape, ‘Landschaft’, ‘Stadt Land Fluss’ does not present unconnected individual positions; rather, a contrast is built up that is resolved in the connection.

14.10.2021 – 27.11.2021 Fotografien 1930 – 1974. Ruth Bernhard. Fotografie. Repro In The Box Vertical, Ruth Bernhard, 1962, Silbergelatine-Druck, 35 x 21,6 cm

I try to be aware of light at all times, I am always watching for it. I am not looking at light because I am a photographer, I am photographing because I am deeply involved with light. Something happens when I am affected by a visual experience, it is meaningful beyond what I am looking at (...). When I photograph, I try to make those invisibles felt. I identify with nature and natural objects. I become the thing I photograph. I have to fall in love with it. – Ruth Bernhard

31.07.2021 – 25.09.2021 Drei Maler. Joseph Marioni, Peter Tollens, Michael Toenges. Painting. Repro 12-21-25-22, Michael Toenges, 2021, Öl auf Karton , 25 x 22 cm

The painters Joseph Marioni, Peter Tollens and Michael Toenges have made colour alone the subject of their paintings, imbuing it with all its sensuality. Colour and paint are their material, paint is haptic, it has a relationship to its environment, the layers of paint next to or underneath, and to the conditions of light. Colour and paint always change and if we are ready to give our entire attention to them, they can tell us just as much as a figurative painting.

28.05.2021 – 03.07.2021 Haruka ushiro – Weit dahinter. Steffen Diemer. Fotografie
26.02.2021 – 22.05.2021 Landschaft: Abstrakt – Figurativ. Johannes Beyerle, Eric Cruikshank, Michael Kenna, Silke Leverkühne, Peter Tollens. Painting, Print, Fotografie. Repro stehendes Gewässer, Silke Leverkühne, 2020, Öl auf Leinwand, 170 x 140 cm

The exhibition “Landscape: Abstract – Figurative” brings together five artists who in their work oscillate between abstraction and figuration: the painters Eric Cruikshank, Silke Leverkühne, and Peter Tollens, the sculptor and drawing artist Johannes Beyerle, and the photographer Michael Kenna. Each of these five artists sees nature in his or her own way and emphasises what is important to him/her. 

 

05.12.2020 – 30.01.2021 Lettre à moi-même #2. Patricia Dreyfus. Painting, Print, Sculpture. Repro Mon Carnet, Patricia Dreyfus, 2019, Stickerei auf Baumwolle, 308 x 162 cm
04.12.2020 – 22.01.2021 Nachdenken über die Frau . Patricia Dreyfus. Painting, Print. Repro Château Impression , Patricia Dreyfus, 2015, Tinte auf Papier, 66,4 x 49 cm
23.10.2020 – 28.11.2020 Haruka ushiro – Weit dahinter . Steffen Diemer. Fotografie. Repro Tulpen, Steffen Diemer, 2019, Kollodium-Nassplatte, 21 x 16 cm
11.09.2020 – 17.10.2020 What We Cannot Speak About. Ruo Bing Chen. Painting. Repro 2009, Chen Ruo Bing, 2020, Akryl auf Leinwand, 200 x 200 cm
31.07.2020 – 05.09.2020 Michael Toenges. New Work. Michael Toenges. Painting. Repro 08-20-150-100, Michael Toenges, 2020, Öl auf Papier, 150 x 100 cm
29.05.2020 – 18.07.2020 Ausblicke. Gruppenausstellung kuriert von Harald Theiss. Regina Sell, Niklas Goldbach, Patricia Dreyfus, Peter Tollens, Rosario Vicidomini, Fritz Klingbeil, David Connearn. Painting, Print, Sculpture, Fotografie, Textile art
01.05.2020 – 13.06.2020 Magentacloud. Chen Ruo Bing,
21.02.2020 – 25.04.2020 Early Works Analogue. . Fotografie
06.12.2019 – 08.02.2020 Teile der Vernunft. Frank Mädler. Fotografie
11.10.2019 – 30.11.2019 Stars. Silvio Maraini. Fotografie
06.09.2019 – 05.10.2019 ferrutx. Peter Tollens. Painting
21.06.2019 – 17.08.2019 Fotografie. Olivier Richon. Fotografie
26.04.2019 – 08.06.2019 drawings. David Connearn, Gerhard Lang. Painting
15.03.2019 – 20.04.2019 Rafu | Gazing into the world . Doppelausstellung, Fotografie. Michael Kenna, Hisaji Hara and Natsumi Hayashi. Fotografie
25.01.2019 – 09.03.2019 Verweile doch ... Rafael Cidoncha. Painting
16.11.2018 – 11.01.2019 Quest for silence . Hans Boer . Painting
12.10.2018 – 03.11.2018 Rote und weiße Pflaumen. Im Rahmen des Europäischen Monats der Fotografie. Norio Takasugi. Fotografie
27.09.2018 – 30.09.2018 Positions Berlin Art Fair 2018. Michela Ghisetti. Painting
31.08.2018 – 06.10.2018 The Agents. Joel Fisher. Painting, Sculpture
22.06.2018 – 25.08.2018 Per-sonare. Michela Ghisetti. Painting
08.05.2018 – 09.06.2018 Berlin Night Drawings. Colette . Painting
16.03.2018 – 05.05.2018 Still. Olivier Richon. Fotografie
26.01.2018 – 10.03.2018 Colour without title. Verlängert! . Peter Tollens, Michael Toenges. Painting
02.01.2018 – 19.01.2018 Intermezzo. Chen Ruo Bing, Abraham David Christian, Huang Yuan Qing. Painting, Sculpture
20.10.2017 – 25.11.2017 Defined Spaces in Ambiguous Worlds. New Paintings. Ruo Bing Chen. Painting
08.09.2017 – 14.10.2017 Two O'Clock Jump. Katharina Ziemke. Painting, Sculpture
04.07.2017 – 02.09.2017 Abruzzo und Confessionali. Neue Fotoserien. Michael Kenna. Fotografie
20.06.2017 – 24.06.2017 One Thing at a Time. Abraham David Christian, Richard Milazzo. Painting, Sculpture
28.04.2017 – 10.06.2017 One Thing at a Time. Richard Milazzo, Abraham David Christian. Painting, Sculpture
24.03.2017 – 22.04.2017 I heard the sounds of the sky. Francesco Pedrini. Painting, Sculpture
27.01.2017 – 04.03.2017 Dividuum. Norio Takasugi. Sculpture, Fotografie
26.11.2016 – 21.01.2017 Cologne – Berlin – Cologne. Painting, Sculpture
08.10.2016 – 12.11.2016 Northern Drifting. Julia Baier. Fotografie
15.09.2016 – 18.09.2016 (Positions Berlin Art Fair - Postbahnhof am Ostbahnhof, Straße der Pariser Kommune 8, 10243 Berlin) Norio Takasugi
09.09.2016 – 01.10.2016 Bilder und Arbeiten auf Papier. Painting
02.07.2016 – 03.09.2016 Forever Young. Carlos Arias, Tom Benson, Monica Castillo, Abraham David Christian, Philip Grözinger
29.04.2016 – 18.06.2016 Malerei. Huang Yuan Qing
12.03.2016 – 23.04.2016 Twisted Tales - Road to Hope. Fotografie. Markus Henttonen
28.01.2016 – 05.03.2016 Travelling Light. Fotografie, Zeichnung, Collage . Gunilla Jähnichen, Harald Kröner, Norio Takasugi. Painting, Sculpture
28.11.2015 – 22.01.2016 Rosario Vicidomini. Painting
17.10.2015 – 14.11.2015 Forms of Japan. Michael Kenna. Fotografie
 

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