21.09.2018 – 18.11.2018
GEGEN DEN STRICH

Malerei aus der Kunstwerkstatt 18 und dem Atelier der Schlumper

 

Eröffnung: Donnerstag, 20.09.2018, 19.00 Uhr

 

Die Galerie der Schlumper zeigt in dieser Ausstellung Arbeiten dreier Künstler, G. Leh und S. Stutz aus der Kunstwerkstatt 18 des Forensischen Therapiezentrums in Ochsenzoll und Thorsten Raab aus dem Atelier der Schlumper. Zu sehen sind drei sehr unterschiedliche Positionen, deren gemeinsame Grundlage die Malerei ist.

 

Öffnungszeiten: Mi. – Fr. 16 –19 Uhr, Sa. 11 – 17 Uhr, So. 14 – 17 Uhr 

 

Galerie der Schlumper

Marktstrasse 131

20357 Hamburg

15.06.2018 – 09.09.2018

LANGES FÄDCHEN...

Textile works by artists from Hamburg and Berlin

 

Opening: Thursday June 14, 2018 fom 7 p.m.

 

Participating Artists:

Katharina Ellrich, Julia Maiquez Esterlich, Michael Gerdsmann, Senem Gürüz, Jessica Halm, Lisa Herfeldt, Karl-Ulrich Iden, Rohullah Kazimi, Dominik Pawlowski, Oliver Rincke, Nicole Schmuhl, Bernd Wicklein, Peter Wulf, Miriam Zadil, Klara Zwick, u.a.

 

Opening Hours: 

Wed. – Fr. 4 –7 pm 

Sat. 11 am – 5 pm

Sun. 2 – 5 pm 

 

Galerie der Schlumper

Marktstrasse 131

20357 Hamburg

 

 

13 April 2018 – 03 June 2018
BERNHARD KREBS – "MAKING POETRY OUT OF MUSIC..."

 

Bernhard Krebs was born in Hamburg on 4 December 1951. He has lived since the age of six in the same small apartment in Hamburg-Eimsbüttel – at first with his mother until her death in 1995, and now alone. “In this apartment, I’m making history, so to speak,” he says. “I’ve been painting for as long as I can remember. I had my first big success in Holstein, a year after my mother died. Up north in Rettin and Pelzerhaken, where the submarine is stationed, up by Neustadt. I was living in a trailer. It had everything: a shower, French beds, six extra places. I started painting in Schleswig-Holstein; I could lay the pictures out to dry up there.”

Bernhard Krebs has been a Schlumper since 2005, when he showed his work to Rolf Laute (1940-2013), founder and artistic director of Die Schlumper. “Everybody was surprised and accepted me just as I am,” says Bernhard Krebs. 

 

Film evening on 18 May 2018 at 7 pm

Warum lacht Herr W.?  [Why Is Mr. W. Laughing?] (2016) 

A documentary film by Jana Papenbroock featuring Michael Gerdsmann, Bernhard Krebs, and Horst Wäßle.

 

A catalogue of the exhibition is available.

 

Opening: 12 April 2018 at 7 pm

 

Opening Hours: 

Wed. – Fr. 4 –7 pm 

Sat. 11 am – 5 pm

Sun. 2 – 5 pm 

 

Galerie der Schlumper

Marktstrasse 131

20357 Hamburg

09.02.2018 – 31.03.2018
STILLLEBEN / STILL LIFES

 

Participating Artists:

Olaf Behnke, Benjamin Binder, Stefanie Bubert, Johannes Dechau, Ulla Dietrichsen, Katharina Ellrich, Wandad Farkhondeh, Michael Gerdsmann, Miriam Hosner, Gitte Jabs, Rohullah Kazimi, Friederike Körner, Künstler der Kunstwerkstatt 18, Benjamin Langner, Rabka Mehr, Horst Wäßle, Hans Witschi, u.a. 

Opening 

Thursday 8 February 2018 at 7 pm

 

Opening hours: Wednesday – Friday 16 –19 h, Saturday 11 – 17 h, Sunday 14 – 17 h 

The gallery will be closed on 30 March 2018.

 

Galerie der Schlumper

Marktstrasse 131

20357 Hamburg