Since it was established in 1991, Galerie Thomas Schulte’s ongoing focus has been placed on nurturing, supporting, and sustaining outstanding and inspiring artistic positions in international conceptual art spanning from the 1960’s to the present.Read More
Since 2006 Galerie Thomas Schulte has been seated in the landmark nineteenth-century Tuteur House in Berlin-Mitte. The prominent tripartite display window of the gallery’s nine-meter-high Corner Space was added to the building in 1913 by Hermann Muthesius, a famous early pioneer of German architectural modernism and founder of the association Deutscher Werkbund.
Galerie Thomas Schulte—known as Galerie Franck + Schulte until 2000—was one of the ﬁrst galleries to open in Berlin after Germany’s reuniﬁcation. It quickly became known for its select exhibition program, which not only offered innovative and thought-provoking works by represented artists, but also created a platform for pioneering international artists in Berlin’s re-emerging art scene.
Over the years, Galerie Thomas Schulte has represented world-renown artists including Richard Artschwager, Alice Aycock, Richard Deacon, Rebecca Horn, Sol LeWitt, Gordon Matta-Clark, Robert Mapplethorpe, Allan McCollum, and Pat Steir. In addition, it also exhibited many other important artists including Bas Jan Ader, Alighiero e Boetti, Daniel Buren, Chuck Close, Helmut Federle, Michael Heizer, Magdalena Jetelová, Joseph Kosuth, Jannis Kounellis, Mark Lombardi, Gerhard Richter, Pipilotti Rist, Robert Smithson, and Keith Sonnier.
Galerie Thomas Schulte regularly participates in major international art fairs including Art Basel, Art Basel Miami Beach, The Armory Show, and ARCOmadrid.
Ocula Magazine selects 12 exhibition highlights from the 17th Gallery Weekend Berlin, running between 30 April and 2 May 2021.
First launched in 2012, Gallery Weekend Berlin returns this year between 11 and 13 September 2020.
Galleries in Germany have cautiously reopened their doors, while those in other parts of Europe expect to remain closed for weeks to come.
The Armory Show (5–8 March) features presentations by leading international galleries, innovative artist commissions, and dynamic public programs. The 2020 edition of The Armory Show, welcomes 183 exhibitors from 32 countries, convening Midtown Manhattan at Piers 90 and 94.
Ocula Advisory present a selection of highlights on view in OVR: Portals—the first curator-led edition of Art Basel's Online Viewing Rooms.
Thomas Schulte reflects on his longstanding collaboration with Rebecca Horn, and the continuing significance of the artist's practice.
Rather than scrolling through a million images at a dizzying rate, the sculpture itself asks us to pause for a moment in quiet contemplation. Its textured surface, which appears almost frayed, echoes the delicate edges of each photographic print. Together, these lines create a dynamic rhythm that relates to much the artist's other works, in which...
METZ, France; BASEL, Switzerland — The Centre Pompidou-Metz and Museum Tinguely have joined together to present a remarkably diverse and prolific two-part exhibition devoted to the German artist Rebecca Horn. Horn's stimulating body of work, begun in the late 1960s, consists of conceptually based, process-oriented, prosthetic performances...
Last month, a new sake bar opened at London's Institute of Contemporary Arts: a softly lit tunnel of booze that promises the kind of entrancing conversation one can never quite remember the next morning. A permanent installation designed by the artist Rirkrit Tiravanija, untitled 2019 (the form of the flower is unknown to the seed) is furnished...
When Rebecca Horn was in art school, she used fiberglass and polyester as sculptural materials. They soon damaged her lungs, forcing her to spend a year in a sanitarium. The months of isolation led to a reappraisal of her sculptural medium. After she was released, she started sculpting own body.
Hamish Fulton speaks about his practice as a 'walking artist.'
Michael Müller describes his approach to painting and more specifically his take on abstraction, while working on six large paintings for a site-specific installation inside the windows of the gallery's 9-metre-high Corner Space.
Thomas Schulte speaks about Allan McCollum's exhibition Everything Is Going To Be OK and the simultaneous group show Listen To a Heart Beat, both of which are on view at Galerie Thomas Schulte from 23 May to 11 July 2020.
Haptic Feedback is a group exhibition dealing with the changing psychological relationship to physical space and our sense of belonging and touch under the influence of digital technologies. The exhibition was developed in collaboration with the Philadelphia-based artist of the gallery, David Hartt.
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