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CONRADS

Galerie Conrads was founded in Duesseldorf in 1992 by Walter Conrads and Helga Weckop-Conrads
From its inception, the gallery´s exhibition program presents both new and mid-career artistic positions, creating a dialog between different generations of artists working with all media.
Cooperations with other galleries and institutions became an essential part of the gallery´s conception.

Taking advantage of the excellent art schools in Düsseldorf as well as in Berlin and Leipzig Conrads are highly interested in latest tendancies and organize carefully selected „first shows“ in the second space: raum2.
Longterm relationships with artists like Katharina Grosse and Beat Streuli began like that, both are today mid-career artists with a strong established position in the artworld.

Prominently located in Berlin-Mitte´s latest hotspot Brunnenstrasse Galerie Conrads runs since September 2006 another exhibition space in cooperation with Roemerapotheke, Zurich, with 8 shows per year. Besides curated group shows of both galleries, they present their projects in Berlin alternating.... [ Read all ]

Düsseldorf

Germany
Address:
CONRADS Lindenstr. 167 40233 Düsseldorf Germany
40233
Phone: +49.177.323 07 20
Fax: +49. 211. 323 07 22
Website: www.galerieconrads.de


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Artists Represented

Monika Brandmeier, Blaise Drummond, Mounir Fatmi, Andreas Eriksson, Kahtarina Grosse, Jana Gunstheimer, Marcia Hafif, Lotta Hannerz, Rosemary Laing, So Yeun Lee, Boris Mikhailov, Emilio Perez, Anja Schrey, Beat Streuli, Stephen Shore, Malick Sidibé, Jelena Tomasevic, Sascha Weidner


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Current Exhibitions

Rosemary Laing >adozen useless actions for grieving blondes< + Daniele Buetti
22 january - 13 march 2010


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Catharina van Eetvelde/ Anja Schrey
19 march - 30 april 2010


Previous Exhibitions

Jana Gunstheimer
>Heiligsprechung - die letzte Chance<
13.09. - 25.10.2008

ANDREAS ERIKSSON
content is a glimpse
01.03. - 19.04.2008

raum1: EMILIO PEREZ, PERRY ROBERTS
raum2: MARK KENT
3.11. - 22.12.2007

BEAT STREULI recent works
2.06. - 21.07.2007

JELENA TOMASEVIC
now as we have gone as far as we can go
3.03. - 23.05.2007

KOENRAAD DEDOBBELEER, CHRIS EVANS, FIONA MACKAY, ALEX MERTINS, ANNE WENZEL
the subjective object
20.01. - 17.03.2007

STEPHEN BRANDES, JAN BROKOF, BLAISE DRUMMOND, KATJA ECKERT, CATARINA VAN EETVELDE, JANA GUNSTHEIMER, ANJA SCHREY, JELENA TOMASEVIC
cross the line
27.03. - 31.07.2006

ROSEMARY LAING weather
16.09. - 30.11.2006

KATHARINA GROSSE
quote of the day
22.10.2005 - 15.01.2006

STEPHEN SHORE, BEAT STREULI
raum1: uncommon places
22.04. - 11.06.2005

ROSEMARY LAING
raum2: groundspeed
22.04. - 11.06.2005

JANA GUNSTHEIMER Stammsitz
22.01. - 19.03.2005

ANJA SCHREY self
18.06. - 6.08.2005

BORIS MIKHAILOV
look at me I look at water
3.09. - 15.10.2005



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Art Fairs

ARCO Madrid
Art Forum Berlin
ART BRUSSELS
PULSE Miami
VOLTA, Basel



Press Releases

Minimalism is Capitalist is based upon two questions. First, it questions the link between religion and image. Second, it questions the connections to and the relationship between an artistic movement and a political ideology.


Considering the image – “The picture is almost monochromatic.” “There is no image on the canvas.” “There is ‘nothing to see’.” These are comments frequently heard about minimalist art, and yet, the “meaning” of the image is still questioned. In Minimalism is Capitalist the central part of an easel is painted in a bright red that contrasts with the “white on white” of the rest of the installation. This work suggests a recurrent motif throughout the major art movements in the 20th Century- from Suprematism to Constructivism, Bauhaus to De Stijl, Minimalism to Conceptualism, as well as to the Christian cross, the canonical image in western art history. It was this same easel (whether of Matisse or Delacroix) that was introduced in the colonized East, steering Arab artists away from the ornamental style and encouraging them, for a moment, to copy the figurative styles of oriental and... [ Read all ]


Press Links

www.galerieconrads.de


Contact-Directors/Staff

Walter Conrads
Helga Weckop-Conrads


Opening Times

Tue-Fr 13-18 h, Sat 12-16 h and by appointment