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Uschi Kolb Gallery

The gallery’s program of Uschi Kolb Gallery, founded in 1995 in Karlsruhe/Ettlingen and moved to Karlsruhe in 2006, focuses on forms of artistic expression that are aimed at the senses, and have a potential to irritate as well as to incite curiosity and reflection.

The list of artists represented by the gallery, which has been continually expanded since 1995, is currently undergoing a renewed period of expansion with mainly international artists. The work shown reflects contemporary approaches in the fields of painting, sculpture, photography, new media, and installation. With exhibitions, catalogues, participation in international art fairs, and exchange programs with the gallery’s partners in the USA and Russia, the gallery supports the long-term development and establishment of its artists.

For interested art lovers, collectors and institutions, as well as companies and businesses, the gallery is ready to offer advice, information, and organizational support, also assisting with the building up of collections.

Karlsruhe

Germany
Address:
LorenzstraĂźe 18
D-76135 Karlsruhe
Phone: +49 (0)721 - 180 56 018
Fax: +49 (0)721 - 49 66 65
Website: www.kolb.in


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Artists Represented

Gabriele Basch
Erwin Gross
Armin Hartenstein
Freya Hattenberger
Johannes HĂĽppi
Izumi Kobayashi
Johannes Lauter
Niko Luoma
Wes Mills
Marco Neri
Ewoud van Rijn
Melanie Schiff
Corinna Schnitt
Eva Schwab
Martin Schwenk
Pia Stadtbäumer
Caro Suerkemper
Dani Tull
Jost Wischnewski


Current Exhibitions

Judith Lindner and Ingrid Rodewald: somewhere else
Opening: 19 May 2010
The show runs until May, 7th 2010


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Jenny Scobel: "Not in Nottingham"
May 15 to July 2, 2010


Previous Exhibitions

2010
Corinna Schnitt and Pia Stadtbäumer: "Hof halten/ Holding Court"
Video and sculptures

2009
Eva Schwab: "Hautjob"
paintings and works on paper

Ewoud van Rijn:"Remnants ot the Golden Age" – installation, works on paper

Los Angeles: Aspects of The Archaic Revival with works from TRACY CONTI, LIZ CRAFT, FRANCESCA GABBIANI, VIOLET HOPKINS, PEARL C. HSIUNG, NATHAN MABRY, PENTTI MONKKONEN, SANDEEP MUKHERJEE, BRIAN RANDOLPH, EDDIE RUSCHA, ANNA SEW HOY, MINDY SHAPERO, JIM SHAW, THADDEUS STRODE, MUNGO THOMSON and MARNIE WEBER

Gabriele Basch, paper cutouts and paintings

2008
Johannes Lauter, sculptures and objects
Johannes HĂĽppi, paintings
Danit Tull, paintings
Niko Luoma, paintings

2007
Wes Mills and Marco Neri, paintings
Izumi Kobayashi and Julia Kröpelin, paintings
Melanie Schiff, photography
Freya Hattenberger, photography and video
Martin Schwenk, objects
Armin Hartenstein, paintings


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Art Fairs

Art Moscow
Toronto International Art Fair
NEXT, Chicago
Art Amsterdam


Press Releases

Holding Court
Video and sculptures

The Baroque and Rococo periods are often associated with ostentatious court festival culture, playful, coquettish eroticism, masquerade and role-playing. However, all this exuberance isn’t the result of unforced naturalness but a highly artificial system of rituals, codes and gestures. It is no accident that the Baroque age was also a period of great mathematicians, and one marked by a fascination with machines and the movement artificially generated by these.

Baroque sculptures are often animated with a force of movement that seems to transcend the inflexibility of wood or marble. In Rococo gardens and parks, the sculptures are eternally fixed in exalted poses that a living person would have difficulty holding for a few minutes. The same could be said for a series of coloured figures by Pia Stadtbäumer that represent a marked departure from the frontality and statuesque quality of many of her earlier works. Even where there are no specific art historical references, it is still possible to find similarities with the figures populating the paintings of Watteau, Boucher or Fragonard in whi... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

LorenzstraĂźe 18 at ZKM, Zentrum fĂĽr Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe


Contact-Directors/Staff

Uschi Kolb – owner
Rebekka Bücheler M.A. – director


Opening Times

Tuesday - Friday, 1-6 p.m.