HAMBURG GALLERIES


Levy Gallery

Levy Galerie
Osterfeldstrasse 6. 22529 Hamburg/ 4940.459.188/ levy-galerie.de

Since 45 years LEVY Galerie operates in the international art scene earning a first rate reputation amongst European galleries. The gallery was founded in 1970 by Thomas Levy (*1947), pursuing a multifaceted program based on the pillars of Surrealism, Nouveau Réalisme and Pop Art. The gallery space located on the outskirts of Eppendorf in a loft-like atmosphere with an adjoining sculpture garden offers fantastic possibilities for the presentation of art. Open: Tue-Fri, 10 am - 6 pm.

 

 
 
GALERIE KARIN GUENTHER

Galerie Karin Guenther
Admiralitätstr. 71. D-20459 Hamburg/ 4940.3750.3450/ galerie-karin-guenther.de

Galerie Brockstedt has a storied tradition spanning over fifty years as a family-owned enterprise and has devoted itself since its establishment in 1957 to modernist and contemporary painting and sculpture. Open: Wed – Fri, 1 pm – 6 pm; Sat 12 am – 3 pm

 
 
Galerie Bärbel Grässlin

Galerie Bärbel Grässlin
Mommsenstraße 59. D-10629 Berlin/ 4930.8850.500/ brockstedt.com

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. The gallery’s connection to the local art scene, in particular the Städelschule, has meant that over the years, artists such as Michael Beutler, Stefan Müller, Tobias Rehberger and Thomas Werner were taken up by the gallery. Open: Tue–Fri, 10 am–6 pm; Sat 10 am–2 pm.

 

 
 

Vera Munro Gallery
Heilwigstrasse 64, 20249 Hamburg, Germany/ 4940.474.746/ www.veramunro.com

Vera Serenely overlooking the bank of the Alster River, the Vera Munro Gallery occupies a space that is both a beautiful representation of Hamburg’s physical landscape and an essential place on Germany’s avant-garde scene. The building itself constitutes a noteworthy example of jugendstil architecture, the art nouveau of the German-speaking world.Munro Gallery show international avantgarde art and attend the following important art fairs: Art Basel, Art Basel Miami Beach, Armory Show New York, Arco Madrid, Art Forum Berlin, Art Cologne. Opening hours: Tue - Fri, 9 am - 6 pm; Sat 11am - 14 pm.
 

 
 

Sfeir-Semler Gallery
Admiralitätstrasse 71, 20459 Hamburg, Germany/ 4940.3751.9940/ www.sfeir-semler.com

Sfeir-Semler Gallery, with spaces in Hamburg, Germany and Beirut, Lebanon, concentrates on international contemporary art with an emphasis on conceptual and minimal art. For the past twelve years, the gallery has given special focus to artists working in the Arab World, nurturing a unique cross-cultural link between Western and Middle Eastern contemporary art practices. Since the opening of its Beirut branch in 2005, Sfeir-Semler Gallery has become a major platform for cultural exchange in the Middle East. Opening hours: Mon-Fri, 11 am - 6 pm; Saturday, 11 am - 4 pm.
 

 
 

Kunstverein in Hamburg
Klosterwall 23, 20095 Hamburg, Germany/ 4940.322.157/ www.kunstverein.de

The Kunstverein in Hamburg, founded in 1817, is one of the oldest art associations in Germany. With his permanent exhibition space but without his own collection, his main focus is on the presentation, mediation and discussion of young and international contemporary art. In his long history, many of today's most important artists were exhibited in the Kunstverein, among them Caspar David Friedrich and Max Beckmann, or the early avant-garde with Pablo Picasso and Francis Bacon. Open: Tue- Sun, 12 am - 6 pm.
 

 
 

Heliumcowboy Artspace
Bäckerbreitergang 75, 20355 Hamburg, Germany/ 4940.4840.8860/ www.heliumcowboy.com

A pioneer among a new breed of galleries, heliumcowboy was founded by Jörg Heikhaus 2002 in Hamburg St. Pauli. The aim was to discover exciting young artists with the ability to blow away boundaries and to establish nothing less but the future aesthetics of art. Heliumcowboy tirelessly supports artists by giving them the space and opportunity to fully explore and showcase their talent. Almost 15 years, more than 200 shows and art fairs and several locations later, heliumcowboy disposed of the traditional gallery concept with a regular exhibition schedule. Open: during exhibitions: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 1 pm – 7 pm; Saturday, 2 pm - 6 pm & by appointment.
 

 
 

Produzentengalerie Hamburg
Admiralitätstraße 71, 20459 Hamburg, Germany/ 4940.378.232/ www.produzentengalerie.com

Founded in 1973, Produzentengalerie Hamburg has been one of the leading galleries for contemporary art in Germany since the 1980s. It is well-known for having constantly pursued an innovative, cutting-edge exhibition programme and for discovering new aesthetic positions. The gallery represents internationally renowned artists who have been on display in various international art institutions and are part of some of the world’s most reputable museums. Open: Tue-Fri, 11 am  –  6 pm; Saturday, 11 am  – 3 pm.
 

 
 

Metropolitan Gallery Hamburg HafenCity
Am Sandtorpark 2, 20457 Hamburg, Germany/ 4940.3008.7410/ metropolitan-gallery.de

After several years as an art agency and numerous encounters with artists, gallery owners and customers, decided to open Metropolitan Gallery & Gregs Gallery in Hamburg HafenCity. Metropolitan Gallery is a Hamburg's gallery in the heart of HafenCity & on the Timmendorfer beach on over 700 sqm. Open: Wed-Sat, 12 am - 7 pm; Sunday, 12 am - 6 pm.
 

 
 

LUMAS Hamburg
Poststrasse 37, 20354 Hamburg, Germany/ 4940.3890.4860/ www.lumas.com

LUMAS has been in Hamburg since October 2005, but relocated to Poststrasse 37 right in the middle of the famous Hanse district in late April of 2015. Just a few steps away from the Town Hall, in an exclusive neighborhood brimming with international fashion labels, LUMAS presents fascinating photo art throughout our two-story gallery. Open: Mon–Sat, 10 am–7 pm.
 

 
 

Affenfaust Galerie
Paul-Roosen-Straße 43, Hamburg, Germany/ 4917.6755.331.88/ www.affenfaust.org

Open: Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, 2 pm - 6 pm.