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Galerie Bärbel Grässlin Selected Works

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Gallery: Galerie Bärbel Grässlin

Art fair: ART BASEL, Miami Beach 2019

Artists: Günther Förg, Heimo Zobernig

Galerie Bärbel Grässlin was founded in Frankfurt/Main in 1985. Since 2007 the gallery has been located on Schäfergasse at the premises of a former glass wholesale firm, which Frankfurt architect Klaus Dreissigacker converted to a generous gallery space.

\n\nAmong other things, the gallery program focuses on German positions of the 1980s and 1990s with an international reputation, such as Werner Büttner, Günther Förg, Georg Herold, Hubert Kiecol, Martin Kippenberger, Meuser, Reinhard Mucha and Markus Oehlen. These artists, whose work can primarily be classified as painting, sculpt... more >>
Galerie Bärbel Grässlin was founded in Frankfurt/Main in 1985. Since 2007 the gallery has been located on Schäfergasse at the premises of a former glass wholesale firm, which Frankfurt architect Klaus Dreissigacker converted to a generous gallery space.

\n\nAmong other things, the gallery program focuses on German positions of the 1980s and 1990s with an international reputation, such as Werner Büttner, Günther Förg, Georg Herold, Hubert Kiecol, Martin Kippenberger, Meuser, Reinhard Mucha and Markus Oehlen. These artists, whose work can primarily be classified as painting, sculpture and photography have been represented by the gallery since the start of their careers. Exhibitions with Dan Flavin and Imi Knoebel have expanded the gallery’s profile with conceptual/minimalist positions since the late 1980s. Austrian artists such as Herbert Brandl, Franz West and Heimo Zobernig also firmly belong to the gallery’s roster. \n\nThe gallery’s connection to the local art scene, in particular the Städelschule, has meant that over the years, artists such as Michael Beutler, Stefan Müller, Tobias Rehberger and Thomas Werner were taken up by the gallery. Since the early years of this millennium, artists such as Jean-Marc Bustamante, Secundino Hernández and Andreas Slominski have been supplementing the gallery program with sculptural/conceptual positions


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