In 2007 until March 2019 the gallery moved to Lindenstraße in Berlin. In April 2019 Gregor Podnar opened its new premises in Alt-Moabit 1... more >> Gregor Podnar has been developing his gallery program over the past two decades with a focus on the artists that have been related to his previous curatorial practice. With its roots in the small Central European capital of Ljubljana of the 1990s, the gallery in 2003 established an exhibition space for younger artists. Mainly from South Eastern Europe, the artists had been exhibiting internationally but lacked presence in the art market of the time.
In 2007 until March 2019 the gallery moved to Lindenstraße in Berlin. In April 2019 Gregor Podnar opened its new premises in Alt-Moabit 110, Berlin.\n \n\nSince its beginnings, the Gregor Podnar gallery has been dedicated to artistic research that is driven by relations to poetics, science, and aesthetic phenomena, which cannot be explained with words only. Although geography has never been the main driving force of Gregor Podnar’s programming, the gallery has been over the recent years directing its attention to the city of Zagreb as a rediscovered centre of the avant-garde movements of the 1950s and 1960s, and its local Croatian proponents, such as Julije Knifer (1924–2004), Ivan Kožarić (b. 1921), and Tomislav Gotovac (1937–2010). The gallery’s interest in pre-conceptual developments in visual arts also led to a tighter link to Latin and South American artists such as Marcius Galan.\nGregor Podnar is thereby a gallery that functions as a bridge between various generations and places