AANDO FINE ART
Tucholskystrasse 35 10117 Berlin, Germany / 4930.2809.3418 / aandofineart.com
Aando Fine Art was founded by the Korean gallerist Wonkyung Byun in March 2009. The gallery in Berlin presents artworks in a variety of media following numerous concepts – photography, painting, installation, video and sculpture. The program includes predominantly – if not exclusively – contemporary art from Asia and Europe, representing internationally renowned as well as emerging artists. Exemplary for the gallery is its dialogue between East and West through the medium of art. Open: Tue- Sat: 12am - 6pm.
AANANT & ZOO
Bülowstr. 90 D–10783 Berlin, Germany / 4930.8180.1873 / aanantzoo.com
Aanant & Zoo represents a wide roster of international emerging and mid-career artists whose work can be found in private and museum collections worldwide: o.a Luis Camnitzer, Channa Horwitz, Vlado Martek, Michael Müller and Kasper Pincis. The gallery program focuses on conceptual, abstract and minimalist art which main objective lies in the critical exploration of the written word. . Open: Wednesday – Saturday: 11am – 6pm and by appointment.
Galerie Michael Haas
Niebuhrstraße 5 10629 Berlin Germany/ 4903.0889.92910/ galeriemichaelhaas.de
Galerie Michael Haas was founded in Berlin in 1976 by Michael Haas. The gallery focuses upon classical modern art, German and international art after 1945, and contemporary art. For over 30 years internationally renowned artists have been presented in solo and group exhibitions. Including amongst others; Georg Baselitz, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Günther Brus, Giorgio de Chirico, Otto Dix, Jean Dubuffet, Jean Fautrier, Hans Hofmann, Ernst-Ludwig Kirchner, Per Kirkeby, Mimmo Paladino, A.R.Penck, Arnulf Rainer, Louis Soutter and Gerhard Richter. Open: Mon–Fri: 10am–6pm; Sat: 11am–2pm.
Feldbush Wiesner Rudolph
Linienstrasse 155. 10115 Berlin/4930.6950.4142/feldbuschwiesnerrudolph.de
Independently founded in Berlin and successfully operating for over 10 years galeries FELDBUSCH WIESNER and JETTE RUDOLPH will join forces in the future. The combined expertise of both galleries, an expanded artist portfolio, and a broader contact base can only have positive repercussions for everyone involved. Merging the two galleries means there will be a larger capacity for strategy development, communication, creativity, mobility, and other issues related to artist management and marketing. The location of FELDBUSCH WIESNER RUDOLPH will be the same: the address everyone is familiar with at Linienstrasse 155 in Berlin-Mitte.
Galerija Gregor Podnar
Lindenstrasse 35. D-10969 Berlin Germany/ 4930.2593.4651/ gregorpodnar.com
Galerija Gregor Podnar was established in June 2003 in Kranj (Slovenia) as part of the DUM Association. Open:Tue – Sat 11am – 6pm.
Friedrichstrasse 235 10969 Berlin/ 4930.3156.6580/ meyer-riegger.de
Meyer Riegger opened 1997 in Karlsruhe. Since 2008 the gallery is running a second space in Berlin. The gallery deals in a distinctive combination of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, video film, performance and installation-based work. The gallery has consistently maintained a very strong focus and commitment to the curatorial aspect of all its exhibitions.Tuesday - Saturday 11 am - 6 pm.
St. Agnes Alexandrinenstr. 118–12110969 Berlin/ 4930.2610.3080/ www.koeniggalerie.com
KÖNIG GALERIE was founded by Johann König in 2002, and currently represents 30 international, emerging and established artists, mostly belonging to a younger generation. The program’s focus is on interdisciplinary, concept-oriented and space-based approaches in a variety of media including sculpture, video, sound, painting, printmaking, photography and performance.Open: Tue–Sun 11am–6pm.
Schöneberger Ufer 65 D-10785 Berlin/ 4930.374.433.133/ estherschipper.com
Gallery for Contemporary art with featured Artists as:
Matti Braun, AA Bronson, Angela Bulloch, Nathan Carter, Thomas Demand, Jean-Pascal FlavienOpen: Tue-Sat: 11am –6pm.
Karl Marx Allee 82 10243 Berlin, Germany/ 4930.275.950.770/ peresprojects.com
Founded by Javier Peres in 2002, Peres Projects is a contemporary art gallery promoting contemporary American and European artists to an international audience. Gallery artists have been included in a wide array of internationally renowned exhibitions and their works are regularly exhibited by leading museums. Open: Mon-Fri: 11am - 6pm; closed on German holidays.
Schöneberger Ufer 61 10785 Berlin/ 4930.2639.7620/ bortolozzi.com
Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi opened in Berlin in 2004, moving to its present space at Schöneberger Ufer 61 in 2008, with a solo show of the Belgian artists Jos De Gruyter & Harald Thys. First solo shows in Germany were staged of US artist Stephen G Rhodes, Italian artist Carol Rama, and US artist Danny McDonald.The gallery inaugurated its second space Eden Eden on Bülowstrasse 74, Berlin in 2014 with a solo show by New York based artist Seth Price. In 2016 German artist Anne Imhof, English artist James Richards, and Scottish artist Morag Keil have been added to the gallery's program.Open: Tue-Sat: 12pm—6pm and by appointment.
Oranienburger Straße 18 10178 Berlin
Sprüth Magers has expanded from its roots in the Rhineland to become an international gallery dedicated to exhibiting the very best in groundbreaking modern and contemporary art. With galleries located in Berlin Mitte, London’s Mayfair and the Miracle Mile in Los Angeles – as well as an office in Cologne and an outpost in Hong Kong – Sprüth Magers retains close ties with the studios and communities of the German and American artists who form the core of its roster. Open: Tue-Sat: 11am – 6pm.
Charlottenstraße 13 10969 Berlin Germany/ 4930.2589.9929/ buchmanngalerie.com
The gallery was founded in 1975 by Elena and Felix Buchmann in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Between 1983 and 1998 the gallery was located in Basel next to the Museum of Contemporary Art; today it has two branches in Agra/Lugano and in Lugano. Open: Tue-Sat: 11am–6pm.
Galerie Susane Albrecht
Charlottenstr. 78 D 10117 Berlin Germany/ 4930.2060.5442/ galeriesusannealbrecht.de
Susanne Albrecht started the gallery in Munich in 1986 with contemporary American art: Peter Halley, Jonathan Borofsky, Haim Steinbach, Dennis Oppenheim a.o., further shows with Francesco Clemente (1989), Julian Opie (1990/92), Günter Umberg (1987), Tom Wood (1999/2011) and Martin Parr (2002), Robert Lebeck (2009), Cristof Yvoré (2010) In 1993 she curated a show of video work by Jonathan Borofsky. Rebecca Horn and Dennis Oppenheim in a Munich bunker from World War II. She participated and participates at art fairs, at Art Basel, Art Cologne, Art Chicago, Kunst Zürich, Art Karlsruhe. In 2009 she moved to Berlin. Open: Tue-Fri: 2pm-7pm; Saturday: 10am-2pm.