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Aurel Scheibler

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Aurel Scheibler
Schöneberger Ufer 71
10785 Berlin
Venue Type: Gallery


Filmstill from "Shallow 1-21", Malcolm McLarenMalcolm McLaren,
Filmstill from "Shallow 1-21"
© Filmstills from: Malcolm McLaren "Shallow 1-21" 2008, courtesy Aurel Scheibler, Berlin, Copyright Malcolm McLaren
Dick Bagley, Alice NeelAlice Neel, Dick Bagley,
1946, oil on canvas, 74.2 z 63.5 cm
© courtesy the artist and ScheiblerMitte
Anne-Marie and Georgie, Alice NeelAlice Neel, Anne-Marie and Georgie,
1982, Oil on canvas, 88.9 x 127 cm
© courtesy the artist and Aurel Scheibler
, Jonathan BragdonJonathan Bragdon
© Image from Jonathan Bragdon, courtesy Aurel Scheibler
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November 27th, 2015 - February 6th Wintertime
Curtis Anderson, Michel Auder, Wolfgang Betke, Jonathan Bragdon, Tom Chamberlain, Neil Gall, Anthony Goicolea, Damien Hirst, Norbert Kricke, Stefan Löffelhardt, E.W. Nay, Alice Neel, Jack Pierson, Erich Reusch, David Schutter, Rachel Selekman, Curt Stenvert, Gavin Turk, Rachel Whiteread, Troels Wörsel, Michael Wutz, Joe Zucker
Tuesday-Saturday 11-6 / Dienstag-Samstag 11-18 Uhr
+49 (0)30 25 93 86 07
+49 (0)30 25 93 86 08
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Aurel Scheibler opened in Cologne in April 1991 and has since forged a unique platform with a distinctive vision focusing on emerging, established, and historically significant artists. In addition to solo shows of a roster of international artists producing in all media, group shows mounted at the gallery or art fairs often incorporate work of major artists of the twentieth century alongside the gallery’s contemporary program. This juxtaposition fosters artists’ work by creating a broader context and engaging them in dialogues that defy conceptual or temporal limits.

In May 2006 the gallery moved to Berlin and opened on Witzlebenplatz 4 in Charlottenburg. In September 2007 Aurel Scheibler inaugurated a second exhibition space, ScheiblerMitte, in downtown Berlin on Charlottenstrasse 2. April 2010 saw the closing of the Charlottenburg gallery to concentrate on the new platform in Kreuzberg, which houses within its museum-like atmosphere a smaller and more intimate exhibition space to enable the gallery's popular cabinet shows. Aurel Scheibler continues a long history of successful private sales of major artworks of the past century to important museums and private collections.

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