JEPPE HEIN | SPACE SHIFTERS

JEPPE HEIN | SPACE SHIFTERS

26 SEPTEMBER 2018 – 6 JANUARY 2019 HAYWARD GALLERY, LONDONIn Autumn 2018, Hayward Gallery presents Shifting Spaces, a major new thematic exhibition that includes site-specific installations and new commissions in...
BASIM MAGDY | THE DENT

BASIM MAGDY | THE DENT

05 FEBRUARY – 18 APRIL 2022 RÖDA STEN KONSTHALL, GÖTEBURG, SWEDEN The title of this exhibition derives from Basim Magdy’s film The Dent, which represents a departure point for his solo show. The exhibitio...
JOHANNES WOHNSEIFER | #ruttkoenig

JOHANNES WOHNSEIFER | #ruttkoenig

7 SEPTEMBER  – 14 SEPTEMBER 2019 BAM, BERLIN#ruttkoenig is a temporary exhibition project that sets its main scope on the democratic approach of collaboration. Established by the high-profile König Galerie, bas...
KÖNIG GALERIE X OMR

KÖNIG GALERIE X OMR

17 MAY – 18 MAY 2022 OMR, HAMBURGKÖNIG GALERIE presents together with the start-up ART VISIT a virtual 360° gallery tour at OMR in Hamburg from 17 – 18 May 2022.ARTVISIT reveals art and architecture...
KRIS MARTIN | EXIT

KRIS MARTIN | EXIT

18 MAY 2020 – 3 JANUARY 2021 S.M.A.K., GENT, BELGIUM‘EXIT’ is the first Belgian retrospective dedicated to the work of Kris Martin. After having shown his work internationally for twenty years, the Belgian ...
JEPPE HEIN | STUDIO VISIT

JEPPE HEIN | STUDIO VISIT

21 MAY 28 AUGUST 2022 MODERNA MUSEET, STOCKHOLMThe studio of Jeppe Hein is located in the neighborhood of Kreuzberg, in Berlin, where the artist works with a 15-person team. Food, in addition to art,...
JEREMY SHAW | QUANTIFICATION TRILOGY

JEREMY SHAW | QUANTIFICATION TRILOGY

17 JANUARY ­– 6 JUNE 2021 JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION, DÜSSELDORFJeremy Shaw’s Quantification Trilogy consists of three parafictional short films: Quickeners (2014), Liminals (2017), and I Can See Forever ...
JEREMY SHAW | CENTRE POMPIDOU

JEREMY SHAW | CENTRE POMPIDOU

26 FEBRUARY – 20 JULY 2020 CENTRE POMPIDOU, PARISSince the mid-2000s, Canadian artist Jeremy Shaw (born in 1977, based in Berlin) has established a multifaceted artistic practice that combines disparate s...
JULIAN ROSEFELDT | PENUMBRA

JULIAN ROSEFELDT | PENUMBRA

17 JUNE – 7 AUGUST 2022 ST. AGNES | NAVE What does the past of a distant future look like? A distant future to which humankind will be driven by the forces of neoliberal capitalism, climate change, pop...
XENIA HAUSNER | PALAIS POPULAIRE

XENIA HAUSNER | PALAIS POPULAIRE

10 FEBRUARY – 2 MARCH 2020 PALAIS POPULAIRE BERLINThe new production of Richard Strauss's opera Der Rosenkavalier staged by Andre Heller is the occasion for the first cooperation between Staatsoper Unter...
MANFRED KUTTNER | SURVEY

MANFRED KUTTNER | SURVEY

19 JULY – 6 OCTOBER 2013 LANGEN FOUNDATIONManfred Kuttner entered the art-world stage together with his artist friends Gerhard Richter, Konrad Lueg, and Sigmar Polke. The four artists jointly organized ...
CORINNE WASMUTH | SPARDA ART PRIZE

CORINNE WASMUTH | SPARDA ART PRIZE

18 MARCH – 18 JUNE 2017 KUNSTMUSEUM STUTTGARTIn 2017, the “Kubus. Sparda Art Prize” was dedicated to the theme “Expanded Painting.” Corinne Wasmuht, Myriam Holme, and Leni Hoffmann were nominated. The...
ELMGREEN & DRAGSET | USELESS BODIES?

ELMGREEN & DRAGSET | USELESS BODIES?

31 MARCH – 22 AUGUST 2022 FONDAZIONE PRADA, MILANFor four years, Michael Elmgreen (*1961 in Copenhagen, Denmark) and Ingar Dragset (*1969 in Trondheim, Norway) worked on their major solo exhibition, tran...
KARL HORST HÖDICKE | PINAKOTHEK DER MODERNE

KARL HORST HÖDICKE | PINAKOTHEK DER MODERNE

18 JUNI 2020 – 13 SEPTEMBER 2020 PINAKOTHEK DER MODERNEThe retrospective „K. H. Hödicke“ at Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich presents the artist’s core creative phases from the early 1960s on. This is the first...
KARL HORST HÖDICKE | HALL ART FOUNDATION

KARL HORST HÖDICKE | HALL ART FOUNDATION

6 SEPTEMBER – 20 MARCH 2022 HALL ART FOUNDATION The exhibition “K.H. Hödicke” at Hall Art Foundation comprises approximately 40 paintings and sculptures produced between the mid-1960s and the mid-1990s, in...
KARL HORST HÖDICKE | PALAIS POPULAIRE

KARL HORST HÖDICKE | PALAIS POPULAIRE

9 OCTOBER 2020 – 8 MARCH 2021 PALAIS POPULAIRE BERLINAfter initially being shown at Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, the retrospective „K. H. Hödicke“ was then seen at the PalaisPopulaire in Berlin. The exh...
ANNETTE KELM | AUSWÄRTIGES AMT

ANNETTE KELM | AUSWÄRTIGES AMT

18 SEPTEMBER 2019 – 30 APRIL 2020 AUSWÄRTIGES AMT  What you see at first sight when you are face to face with Annette Kelm’s photographs are exquisitely balanced, aesthetically satisfying arrangements of objects...
GALLERY WEEKEND 2022

GALLERY WEEKEND 2022

29 APRIL – 1 MAY 2022 KÖNIG SHOWROOM For Gallery Weekend Berlin 2022, KÖNIG GALERIE presents an updated take on their showroom, featuring works by 21 artists in the gallery program, each with a de...
XENIA HAUSNER | ALBERTINA MUSEUM

XENIA HAUSNER | ALBERTINA MUSEUM

29 APRIL – 15 AUGUST 2021 ALBERTINA MUSEUM, VIENNAThe ALBERTINA MUSEUM presents the work of Xenia Hausner—one of the important contemporary Austrian painters, in a wide-ranging retrospective. Fictional v...
ALICJA KWADE’S DEBUT NFT

ALICJA KWADE’S DEBUT NFT

SELBSTPORTRAIT (10361 x 25p), 2020 KÖNIG GALERIE is pleased to announce Alicja Kwade’s first-ever NFT project, titled “Selbstportrait (10361 x 25p), 2020”, dropping on Thursday, April 28 at 6 PM CEST on koeniggal...
NORBERT BISKY | ON BEING YOUR OWN MAN

NORBERT BISKY | ON BEING YOUR OWN MAN

Years ago, an elderly gentleman came up to me after a reading and told me that he knew me. He’d once slept in my parents’ room for a night, he said. I was about to give him a terse reply when he qu...
ELMGREEN & DRAGSET | STATUE OF LIBERTY

ELMGREEN & DRAGSET | STATUE OF LIBERTY

Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, on June 21, 2019, a single segment of the wall found its way back into the public sphere of the German capital. Yet this time not as a threat to the ...
ANNETTE KELM | AT THE LUDWIGS’ HOUSE

ANNETTE KELM | AT THE LUDWIGS’ HOUSE

Built in 1953, Haus Ludwig in Aachen, once residence of the art collectors Peter and Irene Ludwig, can best be described as an artwork in itself. Displaying objects from different eras and of vario...
JOHN SEAL | “HA-HA PICTURESQUE”

JOHN SEAL | “HA-HA PICTURESQUE”

One of the key privileges afforded to eighteenth-century aristocratic guests of London’s Chiswick House was the opportunity to survey its prodigious gardens. The further one wandered from the Palla...
KATHARINA GROSSE | IT WASN'T US

KATHARINA GROSSE | IT WASN'T US

The Austrian author Kathrin Röggla and Katharina Grosse are connected in various ways with one another—both are part of the non-profit alliance "WE DO THAT!" and are engaged members of the Akademie...
JEREMY SHAW & JULIA STOSCHEK | STATES OF TRANCE

JEREMY SHAW & JULIA STOSCHEK | STATES OF TRANCE

Jeremy Shaw’s films tend to defy conventional markers of linear time. In the first of Shaw’s Quantification Trilogy, Quickeners (2014), we see footage of people shaking their bodies in a primal ecs...
ANSELM REYLE & MARTIN EDER | BUDDIES

ANSELM REYLE & MARTIN EDER | BUDDIES

“Buddies”—how can such a trivial term be so appropriate? Anselm Reyle and Martin Eder could hardly be described more accurately. Maybe they’ve managed to maintain their friendship over many years b...
FRIEDRICH KUNATH | TROUBLE IN PARADISE

FRIEDRICH KUNATH | TROUBLE IN PARADISE

Within California’s famous beauty and grace, there has always been a peculiar melancholy. It could be said that it has always been boldly opposed to the general good mood of this place—its necessar...
TUE GREENFORT & EMANUELE COCCIA

TUE GREENFORT & EMANUELE COCCIA

One is from the world of fine arts, the other is a philosopher—but they share a common theme: the relationship between plants and animals (including humans).Tue Greenfort was born in Denmark in 197...
CHIHARU SHIOTA

CHIHARU SHIOTA

“I make art not as a kind of therapy for internal anxiety, since in my case the fear is necessary to actually make art.“ Standing in an installation by Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota, Berliner of c...
HANDLE WITH CARE

HANDLE WITH CARE

When talking about what we call art handlers, most German-speaking people initially think of the exalted, international art dealer, the Kunsthändler. It’s a word for whom the simple “art dealer” or...
FRIEDRICH KUNATH | SENSITIVE EURO MAN

FRIEDRICH KUNATH | SENSITIVE EURO MAN

German Romanticism is the most German of all German art ideas. It is the expression of, and opposition to, emergent modernism, and probably the last rearguard action against the relentless advance ...
TIMON KARL KALEYTA | INTO THE DAZZLING LIGHT

TIMON KARL KALEYTA | INTO THE DAZZLING LIGHT

Over the years, Timon Karl Kaleyta has released four albums with his band Susanne Blech, written songs with Benjamin von Stuckrad-Barre, and played hundreds of concerts. He studied in Bochum, Madri...
BOSCO SODI | CASA WABI

BOSCO SODI | CASA WABI

Founded in 2014 by Mexican artist Bosco Sodi, the non-profit art center Casa Wabi provides a platform to engage and connect with the local community. Located directly on Mexico’s Pacific coast in P...
THE FUTURE BELONGS TO FEMALE COLLECTORS

THE FUTURE BELONGS TO FEMALE COLLECTORS

The pandemic has acted as a catalyst for the art world. Distribution systems have gone digital while appropriate attention is being paid to the historical as well as contemporary contributions of w...
What are NFTs?

What are NFTs?

And what do you actually do with them? Answering these questions is both simple and terribly complicated at the same time. A few weeks ago hardly anyone was thinking about NFTs, then suddenly there...
Werner Düttmann

Werner Düttmann

This year the Berlin architect, urban planner, Academy president and artist Werner Düttmann (1921-1983) would have celebrated his 100th birthday. During his lifetime he was a key figure in the cult...
My First Time

My First Time

About the earliest influence––that galvanizing moment––that led to the most important personal purchase of a work of art. Florian IlliesGetting irritated can be just as reliable a response to good ...
CHEYENNE WESTPHAL | INTERVIEW

CHEYENNE WESTPHAL | INTERVIEW

She is one of the best-known names on the international auction scene: Birte Cheyenne Westphal. Raised in Baden-Baden, she began her career in 1990 in the basement of Sotheby’s, and went on to beco...
LOIE HOLLOWELL | THE SACRED CONTRACT

LOIE HOLLOWELL | THE SACRED CONTRACT

Loie Hollowell explores physicality and sensuality in large-scale, color-intense paintings that oscillate between abstraction and figuration. In her text, Anneli Botz describes the artist’s process...
DANIEL ARSHAM

DANIEL ARSHAM

“As history progresses, all objects become antiquated and in some way, they all become ruins or relics, disused or buried. In 1000 years everything that we own will inevitably become one of those t...