Opening Reception With Dieter Nuhr

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.

Simone Haack – White Shadows

In our first solo exhibition of the young painter Simone Haack from Berlin we are showing a representative cross section of her recent work, with an emphasis on her most current pieces. The scholar of Karin Kneffel impresses the audience with her evermore challenging snapshots, often dealing with children and adolescents. The line between good […]

Hanakam & Schuller: CATALOGUE, part 1

Yesterday was the opening reception of the first part of the exhibition CATALOGUE by Markus Hanakam and Roswitha Schuller. Main work of this exhibition is the installation “White Cube with Sprinkles”, more than the half of the gallery floor is covered with sugar sprinkles. In addition to it two video works, one large-size drawing and […]

Opening Reception upcoming Friday

After summer break Obrist Gallery will start with two exhibitions of depth psychological characteristics: Slava Seidel presents her “dream territory”, paintings full of surrealistic phantasies and “impossible” architectures, whereas Boltanski shows childhood memories re-enacted as grown-up in photographic shots. The Opening Reception will take place on upcoming Friday, 9 September, 7 p.m., you are cordially […]

Enormous rush for the Wundertüte

Last Friday we opened this year’s edition of “Wundertüte – Die Kunst in Tüten”. The rush was great, so that we can offer at present only about 100 miracle bags. The accompanying exhibition is entitled “Die Farbe Weiß”, which inspired the participating artists to create an impressive presentation. Interview and more informations: WUNDERTÜTE 2010 […]

Thomas Zika and Henri Cartier-Bresson

On Friday, September 3rd, from 7 p. m. we will give a preview of the autumn of 2010 in the gallery under the title *preview*. We’re opening our new “Collector’s Lounge” with a real sensation: we’re showing 13 original photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson, including vintages and real rarities. There are portraits of Marilyn Monroe, de […]

Exhibitionbooklet “Gezeichnet, gepixelt, gedruckt.”

All works of the current exhibition can be found in the following booklet, enjoy browsing: Open publication – Free publishing The opening last Friday was very crowded in spite of holidays and heat. More than 200 visitors came and heard the greeting of Torsten Obrist and the excellent introduction of the curator Dr. Heike Baare. […]

Today exhibition opening: “Gezeichnet, gepixelt, gedruckt”

Seven artists from different fields of applied graphics and illustration will be exhibiting together for the first time at GAM. They all studied with Prof. Otto Näscher at the Folkwangschule in Essen at the beginning of the 1990s, and today they have received national and international awards for their work. At the opening this evening, […]

Opening Reception “flashback/echo”

Yesterday we held the Opening Reception with our exhibition of Wolfgang Burat and we had more than 30° C: A good-humoured photographer talked about the developement of the pictures in the 80s and about the SPEX founding period. In yesterday’s WAZ Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung Kai Süselbeck reported about the exhibition (photographs Kerstin Kokoska): Wolfgang Burat: […]