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Jarmuschek + Partner

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Jarmuschek + Partner
Potsdamer Str. 81b
10785 Berlin
Germany
Venue Type: Gallery

Neighborhood:
tiergarten



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© Jarmuschek + Partner
Installation view: Intervention, GraubergGrauberg, Installation view: Intervention,
2008
© Courtesy Galerie Jarmuschek
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WEBSITE:  
http://www.jarmuschek.de
OPEN HOURS:  
Tue-Sat 12-18
PHONE:  
+49 (0)30.28.59.90.70
GALLERY TYPE:  
Contemporary
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DESCRIPTION

What started out in the year 2000 as an exhibition project instigated by art historians at Sophienstrasse 18 in Berlin-Mitte rapidly developed into a gallery known for its innovative spirit. Since that time, Kristian Jarmuschek and Stefan Trinks have displayed an unerring ability to identify incisive trends, setting out a comprehensive program that covers all genres.

The artists that they have chosen to represent deal with the complex link between reality and its medial disseminations as well as the consequences that this fusion of reality and its reproductions have on the creation of images. Complex positions such as these require assiduous placement work by the gallery. Jarmuschek + Partner's extensive range of contacts and networks creates widespread awareness for the work of their artists and makes sure that their work is properly disseminated on the market.

When the gallery founded Preview Berlin in the old Tempelhof airport along with five other Berlin galleries, they created a platform that is dedicated to raising awareness of emerging art and is now considered an important supplement to the established Art Forum. The gallery's presence on the international scene is fairly recent and includes participation in the Year_06 Art Project in London and the promising Swab Art Fair in Barcelona in 2008 as well as the VOLTA show in New York in 2009. The gallery's decision to move its premises into a former warehouse situated in the new gallery area behind the Hambuger Bahnhof-Museum fuer Gegenwart, where they opened their doors in spring 2008, is a decision that portends equal benefits.


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