Galerie Buchholz is an art gallery specializing in international contemporary art, with exhibition spaces in Cologne, Berlin and New York City. The gallery was founded in Cologne in 1986 by Daniel Buchholz, and today is run jointly with Christopher Müller.Read More
The gallery’s exhibition spaces are located in Cologne at Neven-DuMont-Strasse 17, in Berlin at Fasanenstrasse 30, and in New York at 17 East 82nd Street. Since its founding the gallery has had various locations in Cologne. Its first location was at Bismarckstrasse 50, in a former storage facility of the Cologne gallerist Rudolf Zwirner. In 1988, the gallery opened at Venloer Strasse 21. In 1992, Buchholz & Buchholz opened on Breite Strasse 36, an exhibition space in the second antiquarian bookshop run by Daniel Buchholz’s father Hans Buchholz. Since 1994, Galerie Daniel Buchholz has been located at Neven-DuMont-Strasse 17, in the primary location of the antiquarian bookstore that his father founded. Daniel Buchholz converted the former storage spaces of the bookstore into exhibition spaces, and, since his father’s death in 1993, has continued to run Antiquariat Buchholz parallel to the gallery. This address remains the headquarters for the gallery today. The art historian Christopher Müller began organising film programmes and co-curating exhibitions in the gallery in 1996. Since 2000 he has been a partner in the gallery. In 2006 the gallery temporarily opened a second venue in Cologne on the nearby Elisenstrasse. In 2008 the gallery established a location at Fasanenstrasse 30 in the Charlottenburg neighborhood of Berlin. In 2015, Galerie Buchholz opened an exhibition space in New York City, at 17 East 82nd Street on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
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