„Art is rather more a matter of the consciousness in our minds than any objective commitment which can change in the course of the centuries.“ (Manfred de la Motte: Preface to exhibition: Scriptural Painting. Berlin: Haus am Waldsee. 1962.) The original meaning of the Greek Word metropolis is „mother city“.
Galerie Kuchling is proud to present the exhibition “Abandoned”. Running concurrently with the “5th European Month of Photography Berlin”, there is nothing more fascinating than viewing something that may once have been a center of power or simply the shelter of a common family. Daring a gaze at abandoned ruins
The metropolis – a macro organism without a will of its own, controlled by invisible biochemical transmitters. What happens when megalomania and indifference clash against carnal lust and sensuality? Gallery Kuchling presents one of the most extraordinary Chinese artists for the very first time in Berlin between the 31st of
Galerie Kuchling is pleased to announce the first in Germany held solo show by Slovenian artist Miha Erman. The performance and intermedia artist will present his latest artwork, consisting of photography and video. Room with no Echo is a project in stages. It started in 2010, entering an anechoic chamber
Gallery Kuchling is pleased to announce the solo exhibition “In the forest of milk and honey” by the Israeli artist Tony Benjamin. The painter, who is committed to the heritage of the European Impressionists, will present his artwork for the first time in Germany. “In the Forest of Milk and
Pinhole camera photography became the heart of Johanna Rossbach’s artistic effort. The young European has for ten years been based in Copenhagen with a growing interest and passion for Mexico, its people and culture. Her pictures present kind of a stage: “pulquerías” and its regulars. The series “Hoy no se
The first show is dedicated to contemporary art from Northern and Eastern Europe, which features traditional materials and reinvented techniques such as the pyrography and ceramics of Bratislava-based duo Jarmila Mitríková & Dávid Demjanovič, as well as the woodcuts and linocuts of Copenhagen-based artist Frank Busk. Demjanovič and Mitríková use