Trailer for our current exhibition. CV Till Augustin Till Augustin. 17,3t. October 8 – November 12, 2016. opening Friday, October 7, 2016, 7 p.m.
After the annealing factory near his studio was taken down, Till Augustin is now again able to adequately anneal his steel ropes. And at the beginning of the year new steel ropes were delivered: 17.3t. We will show the first works that were made from this new material as well as selected new glass works. […]
The shape of an “empty frame“ is spread out across the middle of the gallery. Through Armin Hartenstein’s “cutout“ a wide landscape in the form of an earthwork-like red-ocher framework comes into view. Now, a discourse between associative seeing (and thinking) about the morphology of landscape and images develops in the current exhibition in our […]
In September the gallery will show new image objects and installations by Armin Hartenstein. In addition to pictorial objects reminiscent of landscape painting we will show current architectural-related works in which surface and space, depth and emptiness build an exciting balance. The work “Cutout“, a large image surface which one can pass through, was specifically […]
Review of our current exhibition in the WAZ – Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung on 28 June, 2016 (by Martina Schürmann, photograph Stefan Arend). POSITIONS. Invited by Jürgen Paas. ANKE EILERGERHARD | OTTMAR HÖRL | JÜRGEN JANSEN | MATTHIAS KANTER | NORBERT THOMAS exhibition: June 25 – August 27, 2016
With POSITIONS our gallery starts a new series in which one of our artists will sporadically curate an exhibition with external artists of his/her choice. The gallery program is temporarily extended. Artists and the gallery use the existing networks to create new cooperations of their own dynamic since the view from the outside intensifies the […]
We will show current works by five reknown artists. For the first time in our gallery the selection of the participants has been done by artist Jürgen Paas who himself had several exhibitions in our gallery: The gallery program extends temporarily, new artistic positions are to be discovered. POSITIONS. Invited by Jürgen Paas. ANKE EILERGERHARD […]
Gallery Obrist is happy to show new photoworks by Shinichi Tsuchiya from recent years. The Japanese photo artist – who has been called to be a Master Student of Thomas Ruff in 2006 and who has received the Akademiebrief of the Düsseldorfer Kunstakademie in 2008 – has been living in Japan again since 2011: In […]
Gallery Obrist is happy to announce the second solo exhibition by Dieter Nuhr, called “Foreign Terrain“. While the artist is known to many as a comedian and, with that, for his use of words, the medium of photography allows for a different form of expression. He studied fine arts at the former Folkwang School in […]
One year after our first exhibition with Dieter Nuhr we now show the announced second part of “Foreign Terrain”. While in 2015 urban motives were the focus of the exhibition, we now present landscapes. Dieter Nuhr Foreign Terrain II 27 February – 23 April, 2016 Opening Reception 26 February, 2016, 6.30 p.m.
One year after our first exhibition with Dieter Nuhr we will soon show the announced second part of “Foreign Terrain”. While in 2015 urban motives were the focus of the exhibition, we will now present landscapes. Dieter Nuhr Foreign Terrain II 27 February – 23 April, 2016 Opneing Reception 26 February, 2016, 6.30 p.m.
On 22 January we had the opening reception of our exhibition FAVOURITES with selected new works by Marcela Böhm, Simone Haack, Armin Hartenstein, Bodo Korsig, Jürgen Paas and Dirk Salz. The same evening there was the opening of the mental space gallery in our basement, a young space for contemporary art by gallery owner Roman […]
In our first exhibition this year we will show a selection of painting positions of the gallery, including Jürgen Paas’ concrete color archives and figurative paintings by Simone Haack. All participating artists primarily show new and recent works. Marcela Böhm, Simone Haack, Armin Hartenstein, Bodo Korsig, Jürgen Paas, Dirk Salz FAVORITES. January 23 – February […]