11. April bis 17. Mai 2024


Was macht Kunst so faszinierend für uns? Es ist ein neuer, frischer Blick auf die Welt, eine andere Perspektive, die uns Künstlerinnen und Künstler durch ihre Werke ermöglichen. Dabei sind den Materialien und Techniken, den Möglichkeiten, die eigene Wahrnehmung zum Ausdruck zu bringen keine Grenzen gesetzt. Seit Gründung der Galerie zeigen wir Kunstschaffende, die mit ungewöhnlichen Materialien visuelle Strategien ausloten: Alexandra Hendrikoff erschafft naturähnliche Skulpturen aus Papier und Blütensamen, Angelika Hoegerl erforscht architektonische Strukturen, die in ihren mit Kunstleder und Stoffen überzogenen Wandobjekten aufscheinen.

What makes art so fascinating for us? It is a new, fresh view of the world, a different perspective that artists give us through their works. There are no limits to the materials and techniques, the possibilities of expressing one’s own perception. Since the gallery was founded, we have been showing artists who use unusual materials to explore visual strategies: Alexandra Hendrikoff creates nature-like sculptures from paper and flower seeds, Angelika Hoegerl explores architectural structures that appear in her wall objects covered in artificial leather and fabrics.


Margit Hart & Fritz Maierhofer

PAST February 28 – March 22, 2024

Margit Hart & Fritz Maierhofer ‘Twosome’

Mehr als jedes andere künstlerische Medium vermag die zeitgenössische Schmuckkunst einen Dialog zwischen zwei Menschen zu entfachen. Denn der Schmucktragende bringt mit Mut und Enthusiasmus eine künstlerische Botschaft in den öffentlichen Raum hinein und zwingt jedes Gegenüber zu einer Reaktion auf den mit einem Kunstwerk dekorierten Körper. Kunstvermittlung geschieht hier auf subversive Art und Weise, fernab von den abgeschirmten White Cubes zeitgenössischer Museen. Margit Hart und Fritz Maierhofer eint die Leidenschaft, Schmuckstücke zu erschaffen, die Reaktionen und Reflexionen einfordern.

More than any other artistic medium, contemporary jewelry art is able to spark a dialogue between two people. This is because the person wearing the jewelry brings an artistic message into the public space with courage and enthusiasm, forcing every other person to react to the body decorated with a work of art. Art education takes place here in a subversive way, far removed from the shielded white cubes of contemporary museums. Margit Hart and Fritz Maierhofer are united by their passion for creating pieces of jewelry that demand reactions and reflections. They create works that transcend borders and refer beyond themselves.

Antonio Sarcinella, Artist

PAST October 20 – November 18, 2023

Antonio Sarcinella


Antonio Sarcinella has been studying painting with Prof. Anke Doberauer at the Academy of Fine Arts Munich since 2017. In his current work, the artist, born in 1989, deals with the concept of space and plays with the relationship between inside and outside. Sarcinella deals with perspective, overlaps and spatial shifts with unusual, intense color combinations.

Sebastian Gumpinger, exhibition

PAST September 7 – October 14, 2023

Sebastian Gumpinger

‘There ist no straight line in a curved world’

This premise derived from physics is also the title of the exhibition we are showing on the occasion of the gallery weekend Open Art in Munich. We are very pleased to show you the works of Sebastian Gumpinger. In 2015, he completed his studies at the Müchner Akademie as a master student of Prof. Günther Förg. In his series ‘Steel Paintings’ Sebastian Gumpinger deals in depth with materiality and gesture. The line is the focus of his artistic work and the representation of an essence of form and gesture in space.

PAST July 14 – August 30, 2023

Rebellious Geometry

Rudolf Kämmer Painting

With the works of Rudolf Kämmer (2935 – 2019) the gallery already focused on constructive works in the past. With his pictorial objects he explored seeing as a method of critical questioning. His work varies between playful objects and sensual – poetic constructions. Since the end of the 1950s, Kämmer has developed his ideas rendering basic geometric forms on graph paper with mathematical precision, while his colors make his works glow and lift them up to an emotionally experienceable state of existence.  We are proud to exhibit once more unseen works by a German protagonist of the Optical and Kinetic Art.

PAST July 14 – August 30, 2023

Rebellious Geometry

Danni Schwaag Jewelry

Jewelry artist Danni Schwaag lives and works in Bremen. She draws inspiration from moments, from travelling, nature, architecture, art history, interpersonal relationships and (unusual) materials. “At the beginning of my artistic process, there is a puzzle in front of me, a game of materials, shapes and colors. things laid are moved, discarded and rearranged, in search of compositions. My work develops from surprises and coincidences that i perceive during the working process.” In the end, jewels of multi-layered harmony and surprising freshness appear.