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Galerie Thomas Schulte

Galerie Thomas Schulte, as named since November 2000, was initially established in 1991 as Galerie Franck + Schulte. It was the first major newcomer to the then reawakening art scene of the reunited German capital of Berlin and has received highest acclaim from its very start as one of Germany's leading international galleries. The programme of represented artists revolves around conceptual art and focuses on the contemporary scene since 1960.

Berlin

Germany
Address:
Charlottenstrasse 24
10117
Phone: +49 30 20 60 89 90
Fax: +49 30 20 60 89 910
Website: www.galeriethomasschulte.de


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Artists Represented

Alice Aycock, Richard Deacon, Mark Francis, Kirsten Geisler, Angela Grauerholz, Alfredo Jaar, Idris Khan, Paco Knöller, Jonathan Lasker, Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, Robert Mapplethorpe, Fabian Marcaccio, Bernhard Martin, Gordon Matta-Clark, Allan McCollum, Michael Müller, Jacco Olivier, João Penalva, Hermann Pitz, Peter Rogiers, Julio Rondo, Albrecht Schnider, Iris Schomaker, Katharina Sieverding, Juan Uslé, Stephen Willats, Robert Wilson


Current Exhibitions

Alice Aycock
Park Avenue Paper Chase
New York
8 March – 20 July 2014

Michael Müller
Was nennt sich Kunst, was heißt uns wahrsein?
31 May - 26 July 2014


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Der Kubist Marcel Duchamp mag nicht malen
Group show organized by Michael Müller

Michael Müller
Zeigen

Michael Müller
Kleine Probe für Nietzsches Geburtstagsparty 2313


Previous Exhibitions

Gordon Matta-Clark
5 April - 17 May 2014

Robert Mapplethorpe
01 February - 22 March 2014

Richard Deacon/ Albrecht Schnider
15 November 2013 - 25 January 2014

Michael Müller
06 - 19 September 2013

Fabian Marcaccio
6 July - 24 August 2013

Alice Aycock, Franka Hörnschemeyer
26 April - 29 June 2013

Idris Khan
Photographs and Drawings
16 November 2012 - 26 January 2013

Stephen Willats
SECRET LANGUAGE THE CODE BREAKERS
15 September - 10 November 2012

Danilo Dueñas
A door repeated and the wardrobe fell
15 September - 10 November 2012

Alfredo Jaar
April 28 to August 31, 2012

Bernhard Martin - Diktatur der Hormone
June 30 to August 31, 2012

Victor Burgin
April 28 to June 23, 2012

Jonathan Lasker - The 80s
17 Mar to 21 Apr 2012
Opening: 16 Mar 7-9 pm

Peter Rogiers
17 Mar to 21 Apr 2012
Opening: 16 Mar 7-9 pm

Michael Somoroff
17 Mar to 21 Apr 2012

Iris Schomaker "Doing Real Things"
04 Feb to 10 Mar 2012
Opening: 03 Feb 7-9 pm

1991... (Memorial Promenade)
9 Jul to 27 Aug 2011
Opening Friday 8 Jul, 7-9pm

Alice Aycock
Untitled Delight (Wavy Enneper)
30 May to 25... [ Read all ]


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Art Fairs

ARCO, Madrid
Art Basel
Art Basel Miami Beach
Art Forum Berlin
Expo Chicago
FIAC, Paris
The Armory Show, New York


Press Releases

Park Avenue Paper Chase, a series of seven sculptures by artist Alice Aycock, will grace the canyons of Manhattan this spring and summer. Six works will be on view beginning March 8th until July 20th on the Park Avenue medians between 52nd and 57th Streets. A seventh work will be installed at Park and 66th Street in front of the Park Avenue Armory during the same period. Aycock has long been one of very few women exploring the relationship between structure, site, and viewer on an architectural scale, like her peers Richard Serra and Mark di Suvero.
Ranging in size from 12 – 27 feet in height and 18 – 70 feet in length, the aluminum and fiberglass works in the new installation will form an arresting presence in the heart of midtown Manhattan. According to Aycock “I tried to visualize the movement of wind energy as it flowed up and down the avenue creating random whirlpools, touching down here and there and sometimes forming dynamic three-dimensional massing of forms. The sculptural assemblages suggest waves, wind turbulence, turbines, and vortexes of energy.”
Many of the new works incorporate images of wheels and turbines ... [ Read all ]


Contact-Directors/Staff

Director: Thomas Schulte
Staff members: Gonzalo Alarcon, Eike Dürrfeld, Maud Piquion, Luigi Nerone, Juliane Pönisch, Johanna Spanke, Leonie Schulte


Opening Times

Tue.–Sat. 12–6pm
and by appointment