Galerie Thomas Schulte GmbH

Galerie Thomas Schulte GmbH

Gallery with tradition in conceptual international art

Alfredo Jaar: Kultur = Kapital, 2012 – © Galerie Thomas Schulte
Bernhard Martin: Undurchdringliche Gebiete, 2011 – © Galerie Thomas Schulte

Galerie Thomas Schulte—until 2000 Galerie Franck + Schulte—was one of the first galleries to open in Berlin after reunification. The gallery quickly advanced to become one of the leading international locations for contemporary art in Germany, showing positions never before on view in Berlin, including artists such as Richard Artschwager, Alighiero Boetti, Magdalena Jetelová, Sol LeWitt, Allan McCollum, Pat Steir, and Robert Mapplethorpe.

Since the beginning, the gallery has focused on classical conceptual art along with contemporary conceptual positions and the immanent discourse on the form and value of artistic work. Never merely following current market trends, Galerie Thomas Schulte is instead interested in representing artists of unmistakable quality, artists who in turn influence the thought and work of other artists.

Artists like Stephen Willats, Richard Deacon, Jonathan Lasker, Allan McCollum, Robert Mapplethorpe, Gordon Matta-Clark, and Juan Uslé define the gallery program with its focus on conceptual positions. These key figures in the history of contemporary art from the generation of artists now over fifty are complemented by more recent positions like those of Mark Francis, Fabian Marcaccio, Bernhard Martin, and Peter Rogiers, as well as young artists such as Idris Khan, Jacco Olivier, and Iris Schomaker.

Galerie Thomas Schulte has participated in Art Basel for many years now, and is a regular guest at Art Basel Miami Beach, Madrid’s ARCO, and The Armory Show in New York. Berlin, autumn 2009

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10117 Berlin TIERGARTEN
Tel.: 030 – 2060 8990

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