25 APRIL – 29 APRIL 2019

Jeppe Hein wants to invite you to sneak a peek behind the scenes of the invisible processes that take place in developing his art. Which steps does it take from an artworks initial – sometimes abstract – idea to its actual realization? How does the exchange between Jeppe Hein and his studio look like? What are they working on right now?

Jeppe Heins art creates an intrinsic dialogue between the viewer and the artwork, as well as between the viewers and the space surrounding them. It questions ways of ‘being-in-the-world-with-others’ by offering subtle forms of communication with one’s environment - a smile, a thought, a moment shared in the here and now.

The exhibition BEHIND HEIN by Jeppe Hein focuses on the processual, the in-between, the unfinished and the open. By presenting the research department to the public, Jeppe Hein allows his visitors an exclusive glimpse behind his art.

Hence, during this year’s Gallery Weekend, old and new works as well as models and prototypes will be presented to visualize the continual open dialogue and exchange between Jeppe Hein and his studio.



Jeppe Hein (b. 1974 in Copenhagen, Denmark) is a Danish artist based in Berlin. He studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Arts in Copenhagen, Denmark, and the Städel Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Jeppe Hein is widely known for his production of experiential and interactive artworks that can be positioned at the junction where art, architecture, and technical inventions intersect. Unique in their formal simplicity and notable for their frequent use of humor, his works engage in a lively dialogue with the traditions of Minimalist sculpture and Conceptual art of the 1970s. Jeppe Hein’s works often feature...
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