Galerie Karsten Greve

The Karsten Greve Gallery is an art gallery with locations in three cities: Cologne and St. Moritz in Europe, and Paris in France. The gallery was founded by Karsten Greve in 1972 in Cologne, Germany, and has since become known for its exhibitions of contemporary art by prominent artists.

The gallery represents a diverse range of artists from around the world, including established names such as Cy Twombly, Louise Bourgeois, and Jannis Kounellis, as well as emerging talents like Turi Simeti, Paul Wallach, and Fabian Marcaccio. The gallery's program includes painting, sculpture, photography, and works on paper.

The Karsten Greve Gallery has a strong reputation for exhibiting works by artists associated with the Arte Povera movement, a group of Italian artists who emerged in the 1960s and 1970s and who often used everyday materials in their artwork. The gallery has also exhibited works by German artists associated with the Neo-Expressionist movement, which emerged in the 1980s and is characterized by a return to figurative and expressive forms of art.

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  • Location
  • Cologne, Drususgasse 1-5 50667
  • Paris, 5, rue Debelleyme 75003
  • St. Moritz, Via Maistra 4 7500
  • Participated in:
  • Basel Hall 2.0