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until 03.08. Künstler der Galerie. Elvira Bach, Holger Bär, Jörn Grothkopp, Jay Mark Johnson, Lies Maculan, Patricia Waller. Painting, Sculpture, Textile art, Fotografie. Repro Drehung (Desmond), Rainer Fetting, 1999, Bronze, 258 x 165 x 70 cm, Photo: Martin Oskar
until 31.08. Berlin Talents. Anna Nezhnaya, Noah Becker, Fedor Deichmann, Roman Frechen, Lennart Grau.

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70 Jahre Salomé. Painting, Work on Paper. Repro Toni sitzend, Salomé, 1983, Acryl auf Karton, 126,5 x 96,5 cm

Past

17.02. – 22.06. Totem. Sharon Stone. Painting. Repro Please Don't Step On The Grass, Sharon Stone, 2023, Acryl auf Leinwand, Diptychon, 244 x 366 cm, Photo: Courtesy of Galerie Deschler, Berlin

Galerie Deschler in Berlin presents the European premiere of Sharon Stone’s art with the new exhibition Sharon Stone: Totem. The show features 12 paintings by Stone, most are new and have never been exhibited before. Her art is praised by collectors and art world luminaries, including Jerry Saltz (Senior Art Critic for New York Magazine and winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism). “Totems are monuments to resilience and strength,”says Sharon Stone. “These paintings feel totemic to me. They communicate how my life can feel stacked in a certain way. My daily artmaking helps me fight my way out from under the weight of this alarming time we are all living through. It’s not about how we fall, it’s about how we get up. Wonder is the experience we want to live in,” adds Stone. “This exhibition came to me as a complete vision, from start to finish. Tapping into the female consciousness, my goal is to express ideas that are honest and authentic.”

17.11.2023 – 27.01. Forms of Fate. Mariano Rinaldi Goñi. Painting.
08.09.2023 – 11.11.2023 Lost In Transition. Lies Maculan, Sara Nabil, Deborah Sengl, Yukiko Terada, Patricia Waller. Painting, Sculpture, Fotografie. Repro Wer Will Mich, Debora Sengl, 2019, Acryl/Leinwand
26.04.2023 – 31.07.2023 Der Tiger im Käfig. . Die Neuen Wilden im Berlin der 70er und 80er Jahre. Elvira Bach, Luciano Castelli, Rainer Fetting, Karl Horst Hödicke, Helmut Middendorf, Salomé, Bernd Zimmer, Bernd Zimmer. Painting. Repro Der Tiger in seinem Käfig, Karl Horst Hödicke, Der Tiger in seinem Käfig, 1989. Kunstharz auf Leinwand, 200 x 300 cm, Courtesy of Galerie Deschler, Berlin, 1989, Kunstharz auf Leinwand, 200 x 300 cm, Photo: Courtesy of Galerie Deschler, Berlin
02.03.2023 – 22.04.2023 NYC/22. Sven Marquardt. Fotografie. Repro NYC22, Sven Marquardt, 2022, Fine Art HM Baryta-Print

Sven Marquardt focused on the diversity of the creative scene and began to create points of contact and visibility between the different subcultures with his expressive black and white photographs. He has been portraying people from different cultural and social milieus around the world, most recently during a residency in New York City. There, Marquardt photographed residents on the streets of Harlem and Manhattan and became part of their stories, experiences, adventures and emotions.

01.10.2022 – 25.02.2023 11.500.000 Punkte. Holger Bär. Painting. Repro Central Park Boats, Holger Bär, 2022, Acryl auf Leinwand, 300 x 800 cm

Holger Bär has spent many years developing and working with computer-controlled painting machines capable of transposing images, prepared in a certain way, onto canvas, pixel by pixel, brushstroke by brushstroke. For the purposes of encoding his images Bär has always relied on numbers as placeholders for colors, using certain algorithms to visually process them.

01.10.2022 – 25.02.2023 11.500.000 Punkte. Holger Bär. Painting. Repro Grande Jatte, Holger Bär, 2018, Acryl auf Leinwand, 200 x 300 cm

Holger Bär has spent many years developing and working with computer-controlled painting machines capable of transposing images, prepared in a certain way, onto canvas, pixel by pixel, brushstroke by brushstroke. For the purposes of encoding his images Bär has always relied on numbers as placeholders for colors, using certain algorithms to visually process them.

01.10.2022 – 25.02.2023 11.500.000 Punkte. Holger Bär. Painting. Repro Ausstellungsansicht, Courtesy of Galerie Deschler, Berlin, Holger Bär

Holger Bär has spent many years developing and working with computer-controlled painting machines capable of transposing images, prepared in a certain way, onto canvas, pixel by pixel, brushstroke by brushstroke. For the purposes of encoding his images Bär has always relied on numbers as placeholders for colors, using certain algorithms to visually process them.

20.07.2022 – 24.09.2022 Paradise Lost. Patricia Waller. Textile art. Repro Sunday, Patricia Waller, 2019, Acrylwolle, Füllwatte, Draht, Styropor, Kunststoff; Häkelarbeit, Höhe 75 cm; Stab 155 cm

As in the "Innocent" exhibition, Waller, with her latest series of works entitled "Victims", once again takes a hard look at various forms of worldwide violence against children, the weakest and most defenseless members of our society. In view of the seriousness of the topic, the artist deliberately dispenses with the ironic hyperbole and black humor, which are so often a hallmark of her works. 

20.07.2022 – 24.09.2022 Paradise Lost. Patricia Waller. Textile art. Repro Suicide I, Patricia Waller, 2020, Pailletten, Stecknadeln, Styropor, Modellbauplatte, Karton, 90 x 59 cm

As in the "Innocent" exhibition, Waller, with her latest series of works entitled "Victims", once again takes a hard look at various forms of worldwide violence against children, the weakest and most defenseless members of our society. In view of the seriousness of the topic, the artist deliberately dispenses with the ironic hyperbole and black humor, which are so often a hallmark of her works. 

20.07.2022 – 24.09.2022 Paradise Lost. Patricia Waller. Textile art. Repro Alice, Patricia Waller, 2021, Acrylwolle, Stoff, Styropor, Füllwatte; Häkelarbeit, 65 x 45 x 60 cm

As in the "Innocent" exhibition, Waller, with her latest series of works entitled "Victims", once again takes a hard look at various forms of worldwide violence against children, the weakest and most defenseless members of our society. In view of the seriousness of the topic, the artist deliberately dispenses with the ironic hyperbole and black humor, which are so often a hallmark of her works. 

28.04.2022 – 16.07.2022 Indianer, Toreros und Nachteulen . Die Neuen Wilden im Berlin der 80er Jahre . Elvira Bach, Luciano Castelli, Rainer Fetting, Helmut Middendorf, Salomé , Bernd Zimmer. Painting. Repro Olé, Luciano Castelli, 1981, Mischtechnik auf Papier, 258 x 244 cm

40 years after the Zeitgeist exhibition of 1982 with its focus on painting, especially "Heftige Malerei" (ferocious painting), held at the Martin-Gropius-Bau—which at the time was located right next to the Berlin Wall and had only just been provisionally renovated—the exhibition at the Galerie Deschler compellingly recalls Berlin's vibrant art scene of the 1980s.

11.03.2022 – 23.04.2022 Art[ificial] Landscapes . Künstler der Galerie . Holger Bär, Jörn Grothkopp, Marcus Huemer, Jay Mark Johnson, Lies Maculan, Stefan Roloff, Yukiko Terada, Stefan Roloff, Yukiko Terada, Patricia Waller. Painting, Fotografie, Media Art

Der Fokus liegt auf Interaktionen von Mensch+Landschaft, die in drei wesentlichen Mechanismen zum Ausdruck kommen: inhaltlich durch die Darstellung+Reflexion des aktiven Eingreifens sowie deren Gestaltung; formal durch die jeweils gewählte künstlerische Wiedergabe einer stets subjektiven Wahrnehmung; expressiv durch symbolische Aufladung. Konträr zur romantischen Vorstellung muss diese vom Begriff Natur als unberührter, erhabener Natur im Gegensatz zu menschlicher Kultur unterschieden werden. 

04.11.2021 – 29.01.2022 Winter Setting. Künstler der Galerie. (Wuppertal) Holger Bär, Luciano Castelli, Tony Conway, Rainer Fetting, Jörn Grothkopp, Jay Mark Johnson, Lies Maculan, Stefan Roloff, Salomé, Patricia Waller. Painting, Sculpture, Fotografie
25.08.2021 – 30.10.2021 Fleischmann. Sven Marquardt, Nicholas Mockridge, Esther Perbandt. Fotografie. Repro "Fleischmann", Mockridge / Marquardt /Perbandt, 2016/21, FineArt HM Baryta-Print, 180 x 120 cm, Photo: Sven Marquardt

"Fleischmann" is a collaboration between Sven Marquardt, Esther Perbandt and Nicholas Mockridge, creating a series of scenes with film and theater legend Volker Spengler: mise-en-scènes inspired by Christian mythology. Marquardt designed the image composition and lighting, director and interdisciplinary artist Mockridge conceived the dramatic setting based on Spengler's oeuvre, and fashion designer Perbandt created 15 costumes for the production.

24.06.2021 – 14.08.2021 Summer Setting . Künstler der Galerie. Elvira Bach, Holger Bär, Rainer Fetting, Jörn Grothkopp, Xenia Hausner, Jay Mark Jay Mark, Tony Conway, Deborah Sengl, Patricia Waller, Stefan Roloff. Painting, Print, Sculpture, Fotografie.
29.04.2021 – 12.06.2021 Transformer. Luciano Castelli - Selfportraits 1974. Fotografie. Repro His Majesty the Queen, Luciano Castelli, 1973, Digital-C-Print, 22 x 146 cm

“Transformer. Luciano Castelli - self portraits 1974” presents the artistic beginnings of Luciano Castelli, one of the main representatives of the Berlin Neue Wilde art movement. As early as the 1970s he explored the still very much current topic of gender. Informed by the political perspective of the 1968 generation, he explored the dissolution of established conventions and the blurring of boundaries between the genders.

12.03.2021 – 17.04.2021 No Stone unturned. Jay Mark Johnson. Fotografie. Repro CARBON DATING #1, Hazard, Kentucky, Jay Mark Johnson, 2008, UltraChrome Pigmentdruck auf Aludibond/Plexiglas, 160 x 746 cm

The large-scale photographs by American photographer and director Jay Mark Johnsonachieve something ordinarily impossible for photography: by means of a modified panoramic camera they record continuous movement. In doing so, Johnson breaks with established ways of seeing and creates a new visual language, one that at first may appear enigmatic to the beholder. At the same time he adjusts the parameters of his recording in such a manner that the visual shifts remain rather subtle.

16.12.2020 – 27.02.2021 Lockdown Fantasies. Highlights aus 25 Jahren Galerie Deschler. Luciano Castelli, Tony Conway, Elvira Bach, Holger Bär, Rainer Fetting, Mariano Rinaldi Goñi, Jörn Grothkopp, Jay Mark Johnson, Markus Huemer, Lies Maculan, Sven Marquardt, Salomé, Deborah Sengl, Yukiko Terada, Patricia Waller. Painting, Print, Sculpture, Fotografie, Media Art.
02.10.2020 – 05.12.2020 From Beyond. Ausstellung zum European Month of Photography. Lies Maculan. Sculpture, Fotografie. Repro Safe V, Lies Maculan, 2019, C-Print auf Alu, 175x 180 cm
03.09.2020 – 26.09.2020 Waterproof. Luciano Castelli, Rainer Fetting, Jörn Grothkopp, Xenia Hausner, Markus Huemer, Jay Mark Johnson, Sven Marquardt, Salomé, Deborah Sengl, Yukiko Terada. Painting, Print, Sculpture, Fotografie. Repro Waterproof, Xenia Hausner, 2020, Öl auf Papier auf Dibond, 169 x 217 cm
09.07.2020 – 31.08.2020 Technical Matters. Tony Conway, Jay Mark Johnson, Lies Maculan, Sven Marquardt, Holger Bär, Deborah Sengl, Patricia Waller, Luciano Castelli, Xenia Hausner. Painting, Sculpture, Fotografie
30.04.2020 – 04.07.2020 Selbstportraits ab 1975. Rainer Fetting. Painting
14.02.2020 – 13.06.2020 Malen mit Zahlen. Holger Bär
23.11.2019 – 15.02.2020 Selbstporträts. Rainer Fetting. Painting
07.09.2019 – 16.11.2019 30 Jahre Mauerfall. Stefan Roloff, Rainer Fetting, Holger Bär, Lies Maculan, Patricia Waller, Sven Marquardt, Luciano Castelli. Painting, Sculpture, Fotografie
11.07.2019 – 31.08.2019 Quilombo. Mariano Rinaldi Goñi. Painting
22.06.2019 – 31.08.2019 Künstler der Galerie. Holger Bär, Luciano Castelli, Mariano Rinaldi Goni, Tony Conway, Rainer Fetting, Jörn Grothkopp, Stefan Roloff, Deborah Sengl, Patricia Waller. Painting, Print, Sculpture, Fotografie, Textile art, Media Art
25.04.2019 – 15.06.2019 Lois Renner. Lois Renner. Painting, Sculpture, Fotografie
07.03.2019 – 13.04.2019 Frauen Über-Frauen. Eine Ausstellung zum Weltfrauentag in Berlin. Xenia Hausner, Elvira Bach, Lies Maculan, Deborah Sengl, Yukiko Terada, Patricia Waller. Painting, Print, Sculpture, Textile art
30.11.2018 – 16.02.2019 Winter Setting. Holger Bär, Luciano Castelli, Tony Conway, Rainer Fetting, Mariano Rinaldi Goni, Xenia Hausner, Deborah Sengl, Salomé , Patricia Waller, Jay Mark Johnson. Painting, Sculpture, Fotografie
19.09.2018 – 24.11.2018 Pack. Sven Marquardt. Fotografie, Media Art
24.08.2018 – 22.09.2018 Wir Sehen. Jörn Grothkopp
06.07.2018 – 01.09.2018 wir sehen. Jörn Grothkopp. Painting
06.07.2018 – 17.08.2018 Summer Setting. Holger Bär, Luciano Catelli, Tony Conway, Rainer Fetting, Mariano Rinaldi Goni, Jörn Grothkopp, Xenia Hausner, Jay Mark Johnson, Lies Maculan, Deborah Sengl
09.05.2018 – 30.06.2018 Innocent. Patricia Waller. Sculpture
26.04.2018 – 29.04.2018 Liu Bolin, presented by Ruinart in dialogue with Holger Bär and Deborah Sengl. Painting, Sculpture
17.02.2018 – 14.04.2018 Schwarz/Weiss. Black&White. Holger Bär, Luciano Castelli, Tony Conway, Rainer Fetting, Mariano Rinaldi Goni, Jörn Grothkopp, Xenia Hausner, Lies Maculan. Painting, Print, Sculpture, Fotografie, Media Art
28.10.2017 – 05.11.2017 From White to White. Kunstherbst im Kaufhaus Jandorf. (Kaufhaus Jandorf, Brunnenstraße 19-21, 10119 Berlin) Luciano Castelli, Sven Marquardt. Painting, Sculpture, Fotografie
19.10.2017 – 03.02.2018 Revolving Paintings. Luciano Castelli. Painting, Fotografie, Media Art
09.09.2017 – 21.10.2017 Broken Soldiers. Deborah Sengl
13.08.2017 – 09.11.2017 Beyond the Wall | Jenseits der Mauer. Installation an der West Side Gallery. (West Side Gallery, auf der Spree zugewandten Seite der East Side Gallery, Mühlenstr., 10243 Berlin) Stefan Roloff. Sculpture
21.04.2017 – 02.09.2017 Fleischeslust. George Grosz im Dialog mit Rainer Fetting, Sven Marquardt, Xenia Hausner, Jörn Grothkopp. Painting, Fotografie
24.03.2017 – 30.04.2017 Künstler der Galerie. Holger Bär, Sven Marquardt, Rainer Fetting, Xenia Hausner, Jay Mark Johnson, Hans van Meeuwen, Lies Maculan, Deborah Sengl, Patricia Waller, Jörn Grothkopp
13.01.2017 – 18.03.2017 Handmade by. Ausstellung zum Thema Textilkunst. Kuratiert von Patricia Waller.. Faig Ahmed, Margret Eicher, Victoria Martini, Yukiko Terada, Patricia Waller
11.11.2016 – 07.01.2017 Winter Setting. Künstler der Galerie. Holger Bär, Jörn Grothkopp, Xenia Hausner, Rainer Fetting, Deborah Sengl, Patricia Waller, Lies Maculan. Painting, Fotografie
09.09.2016 – 29.10.2016 Cambodia/Siem Reap. Jay Mark Johnson. Fotografie
14.07.2016 – 03.09.2016 Auf Rosen gebettet. In a Bed of Roses. Stefan Roloff, Deborah Sengl, Yukiko Terada, Jörn Grothkopp. Painting, Sculpture, Media Art
22.04.2016 – 09.07.2016 Boys, Boys, Boys. Rainer Fetting, Salomé, Sven Marquardt, Luciano Castelli. Painting, Fotografie
30.01.2016 – 16.04.2016 Basement. Künstler der Galerie. Rainer Fetting, Jörn Grothkopp, Xenia Hausner, Jay Mark Johnson, Lies Maculan, Hans van Meeuwen, Deborah Sengl, Salomé, Yukiko Terada, Patricia Waller
18.12.2015 – 19.02.2016 Engadin. Holger Bär. Painting
16.12.2015 – 31.12.2015 20 Jahre Galerie Deschler. Holger Bär, Rainer Fetting, Jörn Grothkopp, Xenia Hausner, Jay Mark Johnson, Lies Maculan, Hans van Meeuwen, Stefan Roloff, Salomé, Deborah Sengl. Painting
30.10.2015 – 05.12.2015 Layers. Im Basement: Manuel Knapp, moonlight district. Tony Conway, Manuel Knapp
 

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