Raster Gallery

Barbara Gross Galerie
Theresienstrasse 56 Hof 1, 80333, Munich, Germany/ 4989.296.272/

The Barbara Gross Gallery was founded in the year 1988 and is representing well established alongside emerging artists. Barbara Gross Gallery is located in a courtyard at Theresienstraße, in the immediate vicinity of Munich's art collections and many other galleries. Open: Tue - Fri, 11 am - 6:30 pm; Sat 11 am - 4 pm.

Galeria Atak

LUMAS München
Brienner Straße 3, Munich, Germany/18. 00-325 Warszawa/

Since October 2005, the LUMAS Galerie München has been located in the representative Brienner Straße. In the vicinity of museums and theaters, the Munich team will be presenting our LUMAS works on 220 square meters and invites you to enjoy art in all its variations. Open: Mon -Fri, 10 am - 8 pm; Sat, 10 am - 7 pm.

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Galerie art:ig
Corneliusstr. 19, Munich, Germany/ 4989.5529.8572/

The location in the heart of Munich leaves nothing to be desired. Situated on the corner of the Gätnerplatz, located in a trendy quarter with shops, boutiques, cafes and galleries, Galerie art:ig fits in smoothly thanks to its large storefront windows and stylish decor. Open: Mon - Fri, 11 am - 7:30 pm; Sat, 11 am - 6 pm.


Galerie Bernd Klüser
Georgenstrasse 15, Munich, Germany/ 4989.3840.810/

The direct collaboration with the artists remained a priority for the gallery owner and still dominates his gallery activity. This was the series with Lenin portraits of Andy Warhol, public sculpture projects with Enzo Cucchi, Mimmo Paladino and Tony Cragg, as well as projects like The Frozen Leopard, a show cycle with 19 artists. As part of the independent publishing and publishing activities, Klüser published more than 20 graphic portfolios, books about Ernst Jünger and Hans-Georg Gadamer, the standard work The Art of the Exhibition, as well as numerous Beuys-Multiples as well as various publications on the gallery artists and exhibitions. In the main focus of the gallery, the gallery now includes Donald Baechler, Joseph Beuys, Christian Boltanski, Tony Cragg, Jan Fabre, Alex Katz, Olaf Metzel, Mimmo Paladino, Bernardí Roig, Julão Sarmento, Sean Scully, Jorinde Voigt and Andy Warhol.


Ambacher Contemporary
Lothstraße 78a, Munich, Germany/ 4989.325.572 /

The gallery Ambacher Contemporary, founded in 2004 by Horst Ambacher in Munich, primarily promotes contemporary and international mid-career artists. Open: Thu-Sat, 3 pm - 7 pm & by appointment.


Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle
Amalienstraße 41, 80799, Munich, Germany/ 4989.333.686 /

The Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle was founded 1968th The rooms of the gallery are located since 2002 in the Amalienstraße the Bavarian state capital Munich . Previously, the gallery rooms were located in the Prinzregentenstraße and then in the Martiusstrasse in Munich. Conceptual content and the reflection of the context are, to this day, an intergenerational and cross-media link between the artists represented by the gallery. Open: Tue - Fri, 11 am – 6 pm; Saturday 12 am – 4 pm.


Galerie Thomas Modern
Türkenstraße 16, 80333, Munich, Germany/ 4989.2900.0860/

In 2009 Raimund Thomas, together with his daughter Silke Thomas, founded Thomas Modern Gallery in Türkenstrasse 16. In the immediate vicinity of the Pinakothek der Moderne, modern and established contemporary art has been presented on the spacious exhibition space since then. These include works by well-known Pop Art artists, such as Andy Warhol, Jim Dine, Robert Indiana and artists of the US post-war art and Abstract American Art, such as Sam Francis and Joan Mitchell. Open: Mon - Fri, 9 am - 6 pm; Sat, 10 am - 6 pm.


Galerie Kronsbein
Wurzerstrasse 12 , 80539, Munich, Germany/ 4989.2323.9768 /

The Kronsbein Gallery was founded in 2009 by Dirk G. Kronsbein in the Maximilianstraße with its original name "ArtConsultMünchen" and has been at the location in the Wurzerstraße since 2013, in the center of town. The Kronsbein Gallery is the result of a longstanding passion. In central Munich, in the Wurzerstraße, near Maximilianstraße, the successful enterpreneur and patron of the arts, Dirk G. Kronsbein, transformed his private art collection into a professional platform. The gallery, conceived as a meeting place for intense, creative exchange, advanced quickly to become a top destination for modern and contemporary art.


Deborah Schamoni Galerie
Mauerkircherstr. 186, D-81925, Munich, Germany/ 4989.8004.3097/

Deborah Schamoni was trained as an artist but decided to become an art dealer. Since 2013 she has been running her gallery in Munich, a town that is better known for its institutional art power than its contemporary art scene. This is nothing to complain about according to the gallerist, who describes Munich as an unusual place for contemporary art, but one that has its plus side. The gallery opened in Munich three and a half years ago, in March 2013, with the group show Kukuk.