Gallery Brockstedt Berlin

Gallery Brockstedt Berlin

Classical modernism and contemporary art

Rocco Hettwer: Die Ahnung – © Galerie Brockstedt
Rocco Hettwer: Das Frühstück – © Galerie Brockstedt
Rocco Hettwer: Carmen – © Galerie Brockstedt

The gallery Brockstedt has been founded 1958 in Hannover and moved to Hamburg in 1959. In 1992 the second gallery was opened in Berlin. It's reputation was formed through the work with the artists of the german expressionists, the post-war rediscovery of the artist of the "Neue Sachlichkeit" like Otto Dix, Franz Radziwill, Christian Schad etc., the intensive work with the artists of the "Cologne Progressive Art" like Gerd Arntz, Otto Freundlich, Heinrich Hoerle and Franz Wilhelm Seiwert and last but not least a lifelong friendship and work-combination with the Hamburg artist Horst Janssen.

Next to the work with modern masters the gallery always acompanied the contemporary realists like Johannes Grützke, Antonio Lopez, Francesco Lopez, Isabel Quintanilla, Maria Mureno, Annette Schröter, Hans Scheib as well as the artists of the german "Informel" (Willi Baumeister, Ernst Wilhelm Nay und Emil Schumacher) and a number of non-figurative painters (Mark Safan, Jupp Linssen, Gust Romijn) and others.

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Mommsenstraße 59
10629 Berlin CHARLOTTENBURG
Tel.: 030 – 885 05 00

brockstedtatsnafu [dot] de

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