London-based Holtermann Fine Art specialises in post-war and contemporary art, collaborating with artists, institutions, and other dealer galleries to develop a range of exhibitions and artworks each year. Both a dealership and a consultancy, Holtermann Fine Art also assists collectors world-wide in building their contemporary art collections.Read More
Marianne Holtermann founded Holtermann Fine Art in 1984. A Sotheby’s Institute graduate, Holtermann began her career as a junior cataloguer at Christie’s, later starting the gallery that became Luhring Augustine. While now living in London with her husband and fellow dealer Lance Entwistle, she has spearheaded the commissioning of works for a number of public and private collections in Norway, where she is from.
Holtermann Fine Art Artists
Holtermann Fine Art has worked with a range of prominent contemporary artists since its founding, including household names such as Pop sculptor Claes Oldenburg, immersive installation artist Tony Oursler, and Norwegian multimedia artist Sidsel Paaske.
Over the years, Holtermann Fine Art has formed significant and long-lasting relationships with artists such as Tony Cragg, collaborating with Cragg on a number of projects including a site-specific commission for Kistefos Museum titled Castor & Pollux (2017), and a solo presentation at Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas titled Seeing Things (2011). Seeing Things was Cragg’s first solo institutional show in the USA in more than two decades.
Holtermann Fine Art Exhibitions and Events
In 2015, Holtermann Fine Art collaborated with Gagosian to bring together an exhibition of 50 new paintings by Michael Craig-Martin. This presentation toured China, debuting at the Shanghai Himalayas Museum before travelling to the Hubei Museum of Art. Conceived as part of the 2015 UK-China Year of Cultural Exchange, the exhibition also marked the artist’s first solo institutional presentation in mainland China.
While Holtermann Fine Art maintains an international presence through its many collaborations, it also maintains a physical space in London. There, visitors may find a range of compelling exhibitions, such as Fantasy Island (15 June – 24 July 2020): a group exhibition charting a range of approaches to contemporary sculpture, featuring the works of artists such as Sterling Ruby, Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin, and Tony Matelli.
In addition to its collaborations with artists, institutions, and galleries, the consultancy arm of Holtermann Fine Art offers guidance to collectors, connecting them with significant practitioners such as Gerhard Richter, Alfredo Jaar, and John Baldessari—all of whom have been placed by Holtermann Fine Art into private and public collections world-wide—as well as younger artists.
As a consultancy, Holtermann Fine Art has worked with all kinds of collections, from the recently formed to those of major institutions, aiding in the acquisition of individual works as well as conceptualising new facets of a collection and defining and refining a collection’s identity and goals.
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