18. carlier I gebauer, Berlin/Madrid


Looking Through the Threshold, 30 April – 11 June 2022 Dolores Zinny
Rosha Yaghmai
Marianna Uutinen
Nida Sinnokrot
Thomas Schütte
Bojan Šarčević
Jean-Luc Moulène
Tarik Kiswanson
Ann Veronica Janssens
Arturo Herrera
Lena Henke
Asta Gröting
Fred Eversley
Cecilia Edefalk A trapezoid occupies the centre of the exhibition space, its form mirroring the load-bearing concrete beam of the gallery’s sawtooth roof. Read more

Standing, 5 March – 21 April 2022 Dolores Zinny
Mark Wallinger
Nida Sinnokrot
Bojan Šarčević
Damián Ortega
Jean-Luc Moulène
Boris Mikhailov
Arturo Herrera
Lena Henke
Pakui Hardware
Mathew Hale
Asta Gröting
Michel François
Cecilia Edefalk
Jimmie Durham
Tacita Dean
Maria Thereza Alves Standing is an ambiguous word. A conjugation of the verb ‘to stand’, in a figurative sense it can mean much more – for example reputation, status, prestige or position. Read more

8/XXX, 20 November 2021 – 23 February 2022 Thomas Schütte
Paul Mogensen
Harriet Korman
Rachel Harrison
Luis Gordillo
Michel François
Rosa Barba
Leonor Antunes How do you celebrate the 30th anniversary of a gallery in an exhibition? One could retell its story. Stories belong in books however, whereas the exhibition is a matter of the here and now of the artworks. Carlier | gebauer’s birthday exhibition is not a retrospective, not a survey, it is an improvisation without a fixed theme with works by 8 artists from different generations and with different histories. Read more

ENTER ART FAIR 2021: carlier | gebauer (Booth 21)26 August 2021 – 29 August 2021

The Youngest Day, 24 July – 8 September 2021 Fred Eversley
Fiona Connor
Laura Owens
Morgan Fisher
Sharon Lockhart
Thomas Demand
Tacita Dean
Jedediah Caesar
Glen Rubsamen
Luchita Hurtado
Piero Golia
Rosha Yaghmai
Mathew Hale
Betye Saar
Aaron Fowler
Nikita Gale
Alexandra Grant
Eamon Ore-Giron
Nancy Buchanan
Nicole Miller
Margaret Honda
Ed Ruscha
Asha Schechter
Joey Kötting Soon after moving to Los Angeles from Berlin I was struck by something very simple about the place, which no one talks about much, and that is that L.A. is at the back of the world’s day. L.A. is fifteen hours behind Beijing, twelve hours behind Mumbai, nine hours behind Berlin and three hours behind New York. Read more

Mark Wallinger, 10 June – 17 July 2021 Mark Wallinger The Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Wallinger has built an international reputation for incisive works that engage notions of power, religion, class, and authority. Read more

Surging, 30 April – 26 June 2021 Tarik Kiswanson Tarik Kiswanson’s third solo exhibition at carlier | gebauer furthers the Swedish-Palestinian artist’s recent investigations into life and death, tranformation and being. Read more