FRANKFURT AM MAIN GALLERIES
Kaiserstraße 13, 60311, Frankfurt am Main, Germany/ 4969.9002.8540/ www.lumas.de
The LUMAS Galerie Frankfurt is located on the Kaiserstraße in the heart of the city, in the middle of the financial center of the city. Opened in October 2006 in an exclusive neighborhood, the generous gallery rooms offer ample space to present the individual works from the LUMAS portfolio in an appealing way. The LUMAS Galerie Frankfurt stands for a mix of bright photographs in constantly changing exhibitions and a colorful team of hosts. Open: Mon-Sat, 10:30 am - 7 pm.
Bernhard Knaus Fine Art GmbH
Niddastrasse 84, 1. OG, 60329, Frankfurt am Main, Germany/ 4969.2445.0768/ www.bernhardknaus.com
BERNHARD KNAUS FINE ART was founded in 1996 by Bernhard Knaus and initially focused on publishing, photo, video and graphic editions of contemporary international artists. The first gallery spaces were opened in October 2001 in Mannheim. Six years later witnessed the opening new gallery on Niddastrasse 84 in Frankfurt, just a stonethrow away from the central train station. The gallery currently represents 12 artists domestically and abroad and curates six exhibitions annually in the 310 sqm space. Open: Thu - Fri, 1 pm - 6 pm; Saturday 11 am - 3 pm & by appointment.
Maininsel, Alte Brücke 2, Frankfurt am Main, Germany/ 4969.9624.4540/ www.portikus.de
The Portikus is a Frankfurt-based institution for contemporary art. Since its founding in 1987 and as an essential part of the Städelschule-Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste, the Haus is dedicated to the exhibition, the publishing and the discussion of young and aspiring as well as established artists, artists and their work. Open: Tue - Sun 11 am - 6 pm; Wednesday, 11 am - 8 pm.
Japan Art - Galerie Friedrich Müller
Braubachstraße 9, 60311, Frankfurt am Main, Germany/ 4969.282.839/ www.japan-art.com
The JAPAN ART - GALLERY FRIEDRICH MÜLLER is located across from the Museum of Modern Art in the midst of the gallery district in Frankfurt’s historical city center. In white rooms that are characterised by simple, austere clarity, Friedrich Müller presents exquisite works of traditional and modern Japanese art, as well as works by contemporary international artists. Open: Tue – Fri, 10 am – 1 pm & 2 pm – 6 pm; Sat, 10 am – 2 pm & by appointment.
Galerie Bärbel Grässlin
Schäfergasse 46 B, 60313, Frankfurt am Main, Germany/ 4969.2992.4670/ galerie-graesslin.de
Galerie Bärbel Grässlin was founded in Frankfurt/Main in 1985. Since 2007 the gallery has been located on Schäfergasse at the premises of a former glass wholesale firm, which Frankfurt architect Klaus Dreissigacker converted to a generous gallery space. Among other things, the gallery program focuses on German positions of the 1980s and 1990s with an international reputation, such as Werner Büttner, Günther Förg...Galerie Bärbel Grässlin’s program is featured at the following art fairs: ARCO Madrid, Art Basel, Art Basel Miami Beach, Art Cologne, FIAC Paris. Open: Tue–Fri, 10 am – 6 pm; Sat 10 am – 2 pm.
Galerie AM PARK
Telemannstrasse 1-3, 60323, Frankfurt am Main, Germany/ 4969.5967.3906/ galerieamparkfrankfurt.de
Galerie AM PARK was founded in 2000 and is situated in the centre of Frankfurt Westend. The gallery's programme includes carefully chosen modern and contemporary works of art by international artists. Five or six exhibitions are presented annually. The gallery focuses its activities mainly on Mexican and Spanish art. Prominent artists such as David Alfaro Siqueiros and Diego Rivera are featured in the gallery. Open: Tue - Thu, 10 am - 6 pm; Fri, 10 am - 4 pm; Sat, 11 am - 3 pm & by appointment.
Sveta Art Gallery
Hanauer Landstraße 192, 60314, Frankfurt am Main, Germany/ 4969.4609.86350/ www.sveta-gallery.com
A white cube in the middle of the Union territory in Frankfurt attracts interested art lovers since 2015 in the backyard at Hanauer Landstrasse. The word "Sveta" comes from Sanskrit and means white - the reduced space with the seven-meter-high ceiling makes the exhibited works fully visible, nothing distracts them. The gallery is a platform for young creatives, established artists and art lovers of all areas, from photography and painting to installation or sculpture. Open: Mon - Fri, 11 am - 6:30 pm; Saturday: by agreement.
Galerie Rothamel Frankfurt
Fahrgasse 17, 60311, Frankfurt am Main, Germany/ 4936.1562.3396/ www.rothamel.de
Founded in 1996 by the art historian Joerk Rothamel, the gallery has showrooms in Erfurt and Frankfurt am Main, represents established positions and also aspiring artists. The gallery publishes numerous catalogs, works regularly with museums and exhibits at art fairs.
The Dream Factory
Muehlgasse 1-3, 60486, Frankfurt am Main, Germany/ 4917.684.588.621/ www.dreamfactoryart.com
Located in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, the Dream Factory is a unique international pop art gallery and shop. in addition to representing over 40 internationally renowned pop and contemporary artists, we also host regular exhibitions and events throughout the year. The gallery is where pop culture meets fine art. The gallery provides a friendly and welcoming creative environment intended to make art accessible to both international collectors and novice art enthusiasts.
Galerie Jörg Schuhmacher
Weckmarkt 5, D-60311, Frankfurt am Main, Germany/ 4969.1388.6680/ www.art-schuhmacher.de
For the past years, the Galerie Jörg Schuhmacher has specialized in fine artworks. Situated in the historical city centre of Frankfurt am Main, Galerie Jörg Schuhmacher is nestled between famous antiques shops and trendy contemporary art galleries in the shadow of the famous Emperor Cathedral. The gallery specializes in master drawings of the period from 1900 -2000 and offers a wide array of important German and International artists from this period. In addition to German Expressionists Galerie Jörg Schuhmacher is specialists of the Ecole de Paris and American Pop Art. One can find works by artists such as Jean Dubuffet, Andy Warhol, Fernand Legér, Sam Francis, Raoul Dufy, Auguste Herbin and many more.