Hong Kong 2018
Basel 2018
Miami Beach 2017

Kadel Willborn
The gallery program focuses on the dialogue between young artists and the rediscovery of art historical positions. The recontextualization of reality is a characteristic feature of the program. New Realism, Conceptual Art, Performance, and Pop Art are crucial traits of the artistic strategies and further pursued by our young artists in a meta-modern discourse. The gallery program has been acknowledged by numerous international institutional solo exhibitions by the gallery’s artists and purchases for museum collections. Recent highlights have been the presentation of our artists Vlassis Caniaris and Dani Gal at documenta 2017, Esther Kläs' (DE 1979) solo exhibitions at Proyecto AMIL (2018), at CCA Tel Aviv (2019) and Fondazione Giuliani (2019) and the purchase of her works for the Art Collection of Federal Republic of Germany, the re-positioning of Barbara Kasten (US 1936) in international museum collections such as the Centre Pompidou, Tate London or Generali Foundation and exhibitions such as at Sprengel Museum Hannover (2018), Tate Modern London (2018), LWL-Landesmuseum Münster (2018) or Sharjah Biennale (2019). Shannon Bool's (CA 1972) solo presentations at Musée d'Art de Joliette, Canada (2018), Kunstverein Braunschweig (2018) and Kunstmuseum Krefeld (2019), Portikus I Frankfurt Cathedral (2017) or her participation at Canadian Biennale at the National Gallery of Canada (2018). The acquisition of works by Ketty La Rocca (1936-1976) for the museum collections of MoMA New York, Centre Pompidou Paris, GAM Torino as well as her solo exhibition at LaVirreina, Barcelona (2017) or her two person show at Kunstmuseum Krefeld (2017). The presentation with Natalie Czech, Shannon Bool, Kathrin Sonntag and Helen Feifel at the current exhibition "The Art Collection of the Federal Republic of Germany", Bundeskunsthalle Bonn, Germany, summer 2018 and Katrin Sonntag´s solo exhibition at Kindl-Zentrum für Zeitgenössische Kunst Berlin (2018).