Since 1987 we have specialized in German Art of the early 20th century. Our main focus is works on paper by internationally known artists from the Brücke movement to New Objectivity. Another aspect of our gallery program is Modern Photography ranging from renowned avant-garde artists to Post-War American photographers and selected contemporaries. In addition to solo and thematic exhibitions of the above mentioned categories, we also feature contemporary art in our gallery.
Radierwerk I, Otto Dix
Der männliche Intellekt, Lothar Schreyer
At this year's IFPDA, we will show, among other artists, rare works by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Nackte Tänzerin, a woodcut from 1909, Liegender Akt from 1909 and a woodcut from 1919, Bildnis Karl Stirner by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, which is unique in this special color combination.
On the main wall we will show (self-)portraits of the Brücke artists, Max Beckmann as well as an extraordinarily rare work; Selbstbildnis en face from 1904 by Käthe Kollwitz.
On another wall we will show portfolios of German Expressionism, which are rarely found today as complete series.