Kunst 18 Zürich

KUNST 18 ZÜRICH. 24TH INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR. On this year’s artfair at Zürich Obrist Gallery will be showing work by Hans Arp Till Augustin Marcela Böhm Christiane Grimm Jürgen Jansen Jürgen Paas Sigmar Polke Dirk Salz Martin Schwenk Catherine Waser KUNST 18 ZÜRICH 25-28 October, 2018 ABB-Halle 550, Zürich-Oerlikon VERNISSAGE: Thursday 25 Oct., 2018, […]

Martin Schwenk – Varianten erster Ordnung (2018)

Martin Schwenk – Varianten erster Ordnung. 01 through 29 September, 2018 Opening Reception 31 August, 2018, 7 p.m. The sculptures of Martin Schwenk refer to patterns from nature: straggling branches, roots and leaves merge with technical elements like pipes and tubes to build heterogenic hybrid forms which seem to come from a fictional parallel universe. […]

Martin Schwenk – First Order Variants

The sculptures of Martin Schwenk refer to patterns from nature: straggling branches, roots and leaves merge with technical elements like pipes and tubes to build heterogenic hybrid forms which seem to come from a fictional parallel universe. Straggling and growth itself and its system of ordering become the subject of Schwenk’s sculpture. And this theme […]

Kunst 15 Zurich

At this year’s Kunst Zurich from 29 October through 1 November we will be presenting works by: Till Augustin, Marcela Böhm, Simone Haack, Jürgen Paas, Dirk Salz and Martin Schwenk. We are looking forward to meeting you there! Kunst 15 Zurich, Booth A1 30 Oct. – 02 Nov., 2014 ABB-Hall 550, Zurich-Oerlikon

Double Exhibition with Armin Hartenstein and Martin Schwenk

The focus of our double exhibition is the dialogue between painting and sculpture: The pictures of Armin Hartenstein meet the plastic works of Martin Schwenk. The Dusseldorf based artists are comparable in their metaphorical view on landscape and nature. Their works are manifests of the unfinished, visualizing the process of its formation. With this exhibition […]

Armin Hartenstein / Martin Schwenk (2015)

Armin Hartenstein / Martin Schwenk 20 June – 29 August, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, 19 June, 2015, 7 p.m. Posts on this exhibition CV Armin Hartenstein CV Martin Schwenk

Art Karlsruhe 2015

TILL AUGUSTIN – MARCELA BÖHM – SIMONE HAACK – ARMIN HARTENSTEIN – ROBIN HORSCH – DIETER KRÄNZLEIN – HEINZ MACK – DIETER NUHR – PETER SCHLÖR – MARTIN SCHWENK – ANDREAS TITZRATH – GÜNTHER UECKER We cordially invite you to our booth in hall 2/ #E12 at Art Karlsruhe. This year we will be showing: […]

Martin Schwenk – Commander Mulroy (2012)

Martin Schwenk – Commander Mulroy. 24 March to 12 May, 2012 Opening Reception on Friday, 23 March, 7 p.m. Parallel to Martin Schwenk’s solo exhibition “homegrown” at the Museum Haus Lange/ Haus Esters in Krefeld we show drawings and sculptures of the Dusseldorf artist, starting on 23 March. CV Martin Schwenk

Martin Schwenk in Schwaebisch Gmuend

From 14 June Martin Schwenk will be showing a solo exhibition at Museum Galerie im Prediger, Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany. Martin Schwenk. Affentellerschraubenblockbaumbuster. 14 June – 1 September, 2013 Opening Reception Friday 14 June, 2013, 7 p.m. Galerie im Prediger, Johannisplatz 3, D-73525 Schwäbisch Gmünd www.museum-galerie-fabrik.de

Martin Schwenk in Dusseldorf

After our 2012 solo exhibition “Commander Mulroy” we now give a further insight into the work of Martin Schwenk in Düsseldorf. The clear and well-proportional space of the gallery at Mutter-Ey-Straße 5 will be a “walk-in display cabinet” for his few precise positings. CV Martin Schwenk… Martin Schwenk 10-21 April, 2013 Opening Reception: 12 April, […]

Art Karlsruhe 2013

10 years of Art Karlsruhe, and for the 10th time Obrist Gallery will be participating! Over this period the fair has become one of the most important artfairs in the German-speaking world: Congratulations to the administration of the fair! This year the gallery has moved to hall 2. With its emphasis on current contemporary positions […]

Martin Schwenk in the “Künstlerlexikon”

“Künstler – Kritisches Lexikon der Gegenwartskunst” is a periodically published lexikon, which presents contemporary artists. Volume 100 has just been released, and it is dedicated to the Dusseldorf painter and sulptor Martin Schwenk, who we presented with a solo exhibition in spring 2012, and who had a simultaneous exhibition at Museum Haus Lange in Krefeld. […]

Kunst 12 Zurich

8-11 November Obrist Gallery is on the Kunst 12 Zurich, which is beside Art Basel the most important artfair in Switzerland. At booth A3 we showcase work by Marcela Böhm, Armin Hartenstein, Dieter Kränzlein, Jürgen Paas and Martin Schwenk. Kunst 12 Zurich November 8 – 11, 2012 Hours: Thursday 4 p.m. to 10 p.m, Friday […]

Book on Martin Schwenk just arrived

The book on Martin Schwenk published by Kerber is now available in the gallery. – On 120 pages the “cabinet of wonder” of Martin Schwenk has been opened with numerous large-format illustrations, supported by well-informed and worth reading articles on his work: Martin Schwenk. Home Grown. 18 March to 18 August 2012, Museum Haus Lange, […]

Openings Martin Schwenk

Upcoming Sunday, 18 March, 2012, 11.30 a.m. the Museum Haus Lange in Krefeld will inaugurate the exhibition: MARTIN SCHWENK – HOME GROWN. In our gallery the solo exhibition with Martin Schwenk starts on Freitag, 23 March, 7 p.m., titled “COMMANDER MULROY”. Martin Schwenk: “Commander Mulroy”. 24 March to 12 May, 2012 Opening Reception on Friday, […]

Martin Schwenk

WORKS EXHIBITIONS IN THE GALLERY CV Martin Schwenk 1960 born in Bonn 1981-1988 Studies at the Staatliche Kunstakademie Düsseldorf 1988 Master Student of Prof. Günther Uecker 1995 Residence at the „Deutsches Studienzentrum“ in Venice – Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Scholarship 1998 Project support by the “Stiftung Kunst und Kultur des Landes NRW” 1999-2003 Teacher at the Kunstakademie […]

Martin Schwenk in March

Parallel to Martin Schwenk’s solo exhibition “homegrown” at the Museum Haus Lange/ Haus Esters in Krefeld we show drawings and sculptures of the Dusseldorf artist, starting on 23 March. CV Martin Schwenk Martin Schwenk: “Commander Mulroy”. 24 March to 12 May, 2012 Opening Reception on Friday, 23 March, 7 p.m.