Current exhibition: Caro Jost - "walk the talk"
From July 13 until September 27, 2019
The exhibition “walk the talk” marks Caro Jost’s first solo exhibition at Galerie Britta von Rettberg. The show emphasizes works from her new series of “Public Paintings”. In these pieces, she refers to the Summer of 2001 in New York City, where a year earlier, she had begun her career as an artist at the Art Students League. Riveted by the pulsating life in this city of winners and losers, the artist began putting together her personal archive of material and photographs. Even today, her time spent there continues to determine the paths she pursues in her work in general.»More
Past exhibition: "freude" (joy) with Boban Andjelkovic and Gülbin Ünlü
From May 17. until June 29, 2019
From May 17 through June 29, 2019, the Galerie Britta von Rettberg will be showing the exhibition “freude” featuring works by Gülbin Ünlü and Boban Andjelkovic. The title of the exhibition stands for the joy of the artistic process and for the joy of experimenting with materials and techniques, but it also stands for the joy of playing with expectations. In their art, Gülbin Ünlü and Boban Andjelkovic both emphasize energy, random chance, and the imperfect. At the same time, their work conceals a keen sensibility for contemporary themes. Without preaching or passing judgement, both artists are able to address current themes through their own subtle pictorial languages, often with a humorous undertone.»More
Past exhibition: "works on paper" with Youjin Yi, Philipp Messner, Leonhard Hurzlmeier and Hansjoerg Dobliar
From April 05 until May 08, 2019
The Galerie Britta von Rettberg will be showing selected works on paper by artists Youjin Yi, Hansjoerg Dobliar, Leonhard Hurzlmeier and Philipp Messner from April 5 through May 8, 2019. Paper is not merely a material in these works, however, because, in the end, the condition of the paper always remains as a visible component of the work.
Image: Leonhard Hurzlmeier, “Smile Set/Orange”, 2018, oil on bamboo paper, 40 x 30 cm»More
News: Irina Ojovan at Künstlerhaus Bethanien
Pia Krajewski and Irina Ojovan: „Come close & step back“, curated by Jurriaan Benschop,
as part of the Winsor & Newton Residency at Künstlerhaus Bethanien
Kottbusser Str. 10/d
Image: Irina Ojovan, “Sarmizegetusa N 52” 2018, oil on canvas, 82 x 71 cm»Irina Ojovan
"Luv and Lee" – an installation by Lena von Goedeke and Sophia Pompéry at Kunstraum hase29, Osnabrück
From February 15 until March 30, 2019
Gesellschaft für zeitgenössische Kunst
Review of the year, December 15, 2018 from 12-5pm
On December 15 we will show an annual review with works by artists that took part in our exhibitions this year: Benjamin Bergmann, Benedikt Gahl, Raymond Gantner, Caro Jost, Timur Lukas, Asta von Unger, Gülbin Ünlü and Martin Wöhrl. Only this afternoon all works are available for Christmas prices.
Image: Caro Jost, FJG – crisscross, 2017, epoxy & digital silkscreen on canvas, 67 x 58 x 14 cm
Art Fair: paper positions Munich with works by Irina Ojovan and Benedikt Gahl, 18.10. - 21.10.2018
Image: Irina Ojovan, „5 circles N 2“, 2018»Paper positions munich
Past exhibition: "akkord" with works by Gülbin Ünlü, Timur Lukas & Martin Wöhrl
In the group exhibition “akkord” from 14.07. to 21.09.2018, the Britta von Rettberg Gallery presents current works on paper and canvas as well as sculptures and video by artists Gülbin Ünlü, Timur Lukas and Martin Wöhrl.
Save the date: Closing event on September 21, 2018 at 6pm»More
Past Exhibition: Asta von Unger - Creating from Nothingness, 16.05. - 06.07.2018
The Britta von Rettberg Gallery will be presenting current work by artist Asta von Unger from May 16–July 6, 2018.
In her ink works on canvas, silk paper and aluminum, Munich artist Asta von Unger feels her way to the very boundaries of nothingness. The more experience a person has, the more extensive a person’s knowledge; the denser their horizon of experience, the greater their tendency toward reduction and the more they gravitate toward emptiness and thus the experience of the lightness of their journey.»Exhibition
Past Exhibition: Raymond Gantner - How I learned to stop worrying, 17.03. - 04.05.2018
The Rettberg Gallery presents artist Raymond Gantner for the first time in a solo exhibition titled “How I learned to stop worrying”. Gantner’s art is characterized by its intense engagement with various artistic media, such as painting, silkscreen printing or photography. This exhibition focuses on selected silkscreen prints and screen-printed collages on paper and canvas that were produced during the last two years.»Exhibition
Exhibition: Benedikt Gahl – Danke. Gut. (Thanks, fine.), 18.01. - 09.03.2018
From January 19 through March 9, 2018, the Britta von Rettberg Gallery presents current works by Munich artist Benedikt Gahl. The solo exhibition brings together large-format oil paintings as well as works on paper and sculptures, mainly from the year 2017, and features a wall-sized oil painting entitled “It takes a nation of millions”, which was created for this exhibition.»Exhibition
Accompanying program: talk with the artist, 21.02.2018, 7pm
In conjunction with the solo exhibition “Danke. Gut. (Thanks, fine)”. A public dialogue between the artist Benedikt Gahl and Dr. Daniela Stöppel takes place. In addition to teaching at Munich’s Ludwig Maximillian’s University, art historian Daniela Stöppel also writes art reviews and curates exhibitions.»Exhibition
Accompanying program: Talk with the artists, 21.11.2017, 7:30pm
Armin Kratzert is a TV journalist with Bayerischer Rundfunk. He produces documentary films about literature and art and is one of the founders of the cultural magazine Capriccio.»Exhibition
Exhibition: VOLUME 3. Caro Jost, Irina Ojovan and Benjamin Bergmann, 16.11.2017 - 09.01.2018
The works shown all deal with space as a central theme: While Caro Jost captures a place’s past, Irina Ojovan creates visual spaces that do not require perspective. Benjamin Bergmann isolates everyday objects from their familiar environments and places them in new contexts.»Exhibition
Britta von Rettberg Gallery @ Paper Positions Munich, 26. - 29.10.2017
Parallel to the “Munich Highlights” international art fair, 35 international galleries presented their most striking current works in contemporary and modern art in the Old Bavarian State Bank (now the Hotel Lovelace). The focus was on paper as a material, from drawings and collages to paper cuts and artist’s books.
Friday, October 27: 11am–7pm
Saturday, October 28: 11am–7pm
Sunday, October 29: 11am–6pm
Exhibition: Greetings from Munich
With the opening exhibition “Greetings from Munich“, the Britta von Rettberg Gallery establishes itself within the Munich art community. The gallery focuses on artists who live and work in Munich and especially those who studied here at the Munich Academy of Arts. In the foreground, the group exhibition featuring: Benedikt Gahl, Raymond Gantner, Claus Hugo Nielsen (Copenhagen), Asta von Unger and Elisabeth Wieser.»Exhibition
News: Artist-guided tours in honor of the opening weekend on June 24 and 25, 2017
Only one week left until the Britta von Rettberg Gallery’s big opening weekend during this year’s Kunstareal arts festival. Enjoy free tours guided by the artists at 3pm on Saturday and Sunday.
News: Galerie Opening Weekend
The Britta von Rettberg Gallery’s grand opening weekend will be taking place just in time for this year’s Kunstareal arts festival. You are cordially invited to see the new space and the works of the five Munich artists on June 24 and 25, 2017. More information on the event is available at www.kunstareal-muenchen.de