Sperling is a Munich-based gallery that provides a platform for artistic experimentation. Sperling has grown from a project space to a recognized hub for emerging and established artists in the city.
From Project Space to Gallery Representation
Founded by Johannes Sperling in 2014, Sperling began as a project space in Munich. However, in 2016, the gallery expanded its scope and started representing artists. This shift marked the gallery's transformation into a prominent platform for contemporary art in the city.
Sperling's program is dedicated to exploring new tendencies in contemporary art. The gallery's approach combines solo exhibitions, group shows, and conceptually driven projects, providing a professional space for artists and curators to experiment. Rather than adhering to a specific theoretical framework, Sperling embraces diverse artistic positions, creating an independent profile for its program.
Building Bridges through Art Fairs
Sperling has extended its reach beyond Munich, actively participating in national and international art fairs. Notable events include Art Cologne, Material Art Fair, Sunday Art Fair, Not Fair, and Art Duesseldorf. These art fairs provide valuable opportunities for the gallery to showcase its artists and engage with a wider audience, contributing to the promotion and recognition of contemporary art.