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24.01.23 Stuttgart’s galleries in luck:
The public is back

Von Nikolai B. Forstbauer
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Opening at the Klaus Braun Gallery
This Friday, January 27, it’s just getting started for it at Galerie Klaus Braun (Charlottenstraße 14) – for the exhibition “recycled – modified – painted” with works by Birte Horn, Franco D. Sosio and Anita Weis. The claim that the concrete is full of poetry, which cannot always be upheld, could be redeemed in this exhibition.
The show opens on January 27 from 5 to 9 pm.


22.11.22 Galerienszene in Stuttgart
Parnassmagazin Wien
Another recommendation is the Klaus Braun Gallery. On the fifth and sixth floors of a maisonette in Stuttgart’s city center, with a sensational view over the city, this gallery presents a program that can be described as “concrete, constructive” or “color that conquers space”. The focus is on material, color and spatial concept based on a convincing idea. In the 1980s, the gallery was known as “art-bohnenviertel” and even then organized legendary art and staircase parties in the six-story building at Charlottenstrasse 14. But for all its still personal atmosphere, Galerie Klaus Braun is a public exhibition space, open from Thursday to Saturday without registration. Visitors are also welcome on all other days and at off-peak times by appointment at any time. Works by Franziska Reinbothe are on display until November 5.

Abb. Parnassmagazin/Ausstellungsansicht


11.11.22 Perspektiven der Wahrnehmung

With her objects, the artist creates forms of expression that enter into a relationship with their surroundings. With every change of position of the viewer, new perspectives arise, the perception of art is always created anew: an illusion of spatiality that can be experienced in different ways.

Drawing sketches and material-related experiments are at the beginning of the realization. Painting and drawing as well as the integration of industrial production techniques into the artistic process interlock Berlit’s work. In this complex design process, art emerges that is not only defined by external form, but unites painting, light, shadow, and space

Gallery artists exhibiting

„upside down“
Märkischen Museum in Witten
bis April 2023


Colour-Free and Connected “
Kröller-Müller Museum, NL
21.01 – 02.07.2023