Esther Schipper

Esther Schipper Gallery for contemporary art

Berlin | Paris | Seoul 서울 Esther Schipper founded the gallery in 1989 in Cologne. In 1997 the gallery relocated to Berlin.

Through more than three decades of continuous exhibition practice, the gallery has established itself as a major force not only in Germany but in an international context, with offices in Paris and Seoul and representatives in France, Spain, the United States, Latin America, South Korea, Taiwan and China. The gallery holds up to ten gallery exhibitions as well as multiple off-site projects each ye

ar and participates in leading art fairs across the globe. From the very first exhibitions the gallery specialized on establishing institutional support and finding markets for radically experimental and time-based works. Building on the early pioneering program—among them, exhibitions and projects with Angela Bulloch, Liam Gillick, General Idea, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Pierre Huyghe, Ugo Rondinone or Philippe Parreno, all of whom continue to be an integral part of the gallery’s program—Esther Schipper’s long-term commitment to artists has always been at the center of her gallery’s work. Currently representing 46 artists and estates, during the last thirty years, the gallery has continuously expanded on the initial core to include innovative artists whose work spans across a wide range of media. The most recent additions are Rosa Barba, Simon Fujiwara, and Jac Leirner, Etienne Chambaud, Cemile Sahin, Sarah Buckner, and Sojourner Truth Parsons. Esther Schipper is committed to present groundbreaking exhibitions with especially commissioned works that often mark novel territories, precipitate important conceptual departures, and initiate new bodies of works. The archive documenting all gallery’s exhibitions since its founding in 1989 can be found on the Esther Schipper website.

Today! Anicka Yi hosts the inaugural ‘Metaspore Symposium’ marking the culmination of her year-long residency with . Met...
04/11/2023

Today! Anicka Yi hosts the inaugural ‘Metaspore Symposium’ marking the culmination of her year-long residency with . Metaspore, in collaboration with Stanford University, will host a full day of conversations, performances, and community activities aimed at fostering dialogue between the arts and sciences.

Saturday, November 4, 9:00am - 6:30pm 🕗 ‘Metaspore Symposium 2023: The Networked Sensorium’   Four One Nine 419 10th St, San Francisco


18/09/2023

The seals have entered the building!

05/09/2023

The AIDS Sculpture is up in advance of the retrospective at the and is already starting to collect a few scribbles…but come on Berlin, what happened to your cranky iconoclastic spirit? Swing by and do something daring, we dare you!

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27/07/2023
14/06/2023
14/06/2023

"Ranskalainen Pierre Huyghe on aikamme merkittävimpiä taiteilijoita. EMMA onnistui tuomaan maailmantähden teokset esille Espooseen – vaikka mehiläiset jäivätkin puuttumaan."

Lue kulttuuritoimittaja Aino Frilanderin juttu Pierre Huyghe: Chimeras -näyttelystä Helsingin Sanomissa → https://www.hs.fi/kulttuuri/art-2000009649414.html

Näyttely on esillä EMMAssa 22.10.23 asti osana EMMAn ja Saastamoisen säätiön InCollection-näyttelysarjaa.

13/06/2023

The 12th edition of the Liverpool Biennial follows a formula best described as an investigation of place that puts emphasis on ancestral and indigenous forms of knowledge.

Read more on this and other art world happenings you'll want to experience this year. https://bit.ly/44LBgkA

06/06/2023
25/05/2023


Dans Badezimmer, Thomas Demand recrée la photographie de presse tristement célèbre de la baignoire de l’hôtel Beau-Rivage à Genève, où fut retrouvé le corps d’Uwe Barschel, ministre-président du Land du Schleswig-Holstein, le 11 octobre 1987. Certains ont émis l’hypothèse que ce su***de apparent était en réalité un meurtre. Barschel était au cœur d’un scandale politique. L’image de son corps sans vie, prise par le journaliste qui le découvrit le jour suivant, suscita un débat sur l’éthique du photojournalisme et l’utilisation de la photographie dans la construction des récits politiques. Demand, qui a effacé de l’image le corps de l’homme politique, ne nous donne à contempler que les vestiges scénographiques de ce théâtre politique d’images.

🗓 jusqu’au 28 mai 2023
📍 Jeu de Paume

📸 © Jeu de Paume / Benjamin Meyer
📸 Thomas Demand, Badezimmer / Bathroom, 1997, tirage chromogène / Diasec, 160 x 122 cm
© Thomas Demand, Adagp, Paris, 2023

Exposition co-organisée avec la FEP - Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography et le UCCA

Esther Schipper Ministère de la Culture

24/05/2023

Ein Wettergott in Berlin. ⛈️
Die große Statue des Wettergottes Hadad (8. Jh. v. Chr.) steht im Raum, den Fenstern abgewandt und begrüßt die Besucher*innen beim Betreten des Vorderasiatischen Museums und Liam Gillicks Installation. Die Statue hatte ursprünglich Augen, 👁️ die heute verloren sind. Während eines kurzen Zeitzyklus erwärmt und beleuchtet das Licht auf Hadads Körper die Figur, während die Augen des Gottes allmählich im hellen Blau leuchten, bevor sie wieder verblassen.

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„Liam Gillick. Filtered Time“, Ausstellungsansicht, Pergamonmuseum, 6.4.-15.10.2023
© the artist © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin - Vorderasiatisches Museum und Nationalgalerie / Liam Gillick / Courtesy des Künstlers und Esther Schipper, Berlin/Paris/Seoul © Andrea Rossetti

Esther Schipper is pleased to announce its participation in  with a solo presentation of David Claerbout (). On view wil...
18/05/2023

Esther Schipper is pleased to announce its participation in with a solo presentation of David Claerbout (). On view will be the large-scale video installation Wildfire (meditation on fire), 2019-2020, accompanied by works on paper in both acrylic and India ink, made by the artist in relation to the video.

opens May 26, 10am–6pm, and continuing through June 11. Link in bio for CN and further info.

David Claerbout's 24-minute single channel video projection Wildfire (meditation on fire), originally conceived in 2019–20 for Musea Brugge, uses 3D computer techniques and a simple camera movement to depict a spectacular wildfire in an artificially rendered landscape. Moving at a very slow pace, views of a luscious forest slowly merge into dramatic—and hypnotic—still images of destructive flames. Projected on a large-scale free-standing screen, the work seems to absorb the viewer into its hellish scenery.

The video work is accompanied by a selection of works on paper produced in connection with Wildfire (meditation on fire). Claerbout creates these works in a variety of media alongside each of his film projects, as part of the creative process. Showing a great attention to detail, these drawings are more than simply preparatory sketches. They transcribe onto paper the duration of the moving images—thereby capturing and extending time in a parallel way to Claerbout’s experimentation with the passage of time in his films.

David Claerbout, Wildfire (Meditation on fire), 2019-2020
Single channel video projection, 3D animation (stereo audio, color), duration: 24 min.
Film still © David Claerbout, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2023


15/05/2023

🔴 Créé en 2014 et organisé depuis 2021 par le Comité Professionnel des Galeries d'Art (CPGA), Paris Gallery Weekend contribue à donner une meilleure visibilité aux galeries d'art, véritables partenaires de la création et du patrimoine artistique. Gratuites et ouvertes à tous, les galeries vous accueillent pour vous faire découvrir une programmation riche et de nombreux artistes.

🔵 Du 26 au 28 mai 2023, et tout au long de l'année, poussez les portes des galeries d'art, le plus grand musée gratuit de France !

🔴 Pour découvrir l'intégralité de la programmation de ces trois jours festifs, rendez-vous sur nos réseaux sociaux ou sur notre site internet : https://bit.ly/42ueVGR

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04/05/2023

Highlights of this route are undoubtedly the blockbuster shows on Potsdamer Straße

04/05/2023
02/05/2023

Orwell lässt grüßen im Museum Abteiberg in Mönchengladbach, wenn US-Amerikanerin Julia Scher komplexe Audio- und Überwachungssysteme installiert.

02/05/2023

In einer Zeit, in der sich Museen im gesellschaftlichen wie politischen Diskurs verstärkt mit historischem Unrecht auseinandersetzen, wirft Liam Gillicks Ausstellung “Filtered Time” Fragen auf, die sich auf die komplexe Geschichte beider involvierter Institutionen beziehen: Welche Herausforderungen sieht sich das Vorderasiatische Museum als Hüter*in archäologischer Artefakte gegenüber? Und wie geht der Hamburger Bahnhof als Teil der Nationalgalerie mit dem Begriff der „Nation“ um? Die Ausstellung schafft einen sensorischen Raum, der verschiedene Erkundungen zu diesen Fragen vorschlägt, anstatt sie vorzuschreiben.

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„Liam Gillick. Filtered Time“, Ausstellungsansicht, Pergamonmuseum, 6.4.-15.10.2023
© the artist © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin - Vorderasiatisches Museum und Nationalgalerie / Liam Gillick / Courtesy der Künstler und Esther Schipper, Berlin/Paris/Seoul

02/05/2023

Officiële website van Musea Brugge, de overkoepelende organisatie van de stedelijke musea. Musea Brugge verbindt kunst, cultuur, erfgoed en mensen met elkaar. En dat op 13 unieke locaties binnen de muren van de stad.

27/04/2023

In this film we experience Hito Steyerl's Contemporary Cave Art, a site-specific iteration of her 2022 environment Animal Spirits adapted to the exhibition space. Animal Spirits is a video installation consisting of a film and a live computer-generated animation as well as spatial installation elements.

Apart from plants, the glass spheres also contain sensors that measure proxies for plant health as well as react to proximity of visitors in the space. The data gathered by the sensors influence a light-sparkling cloud of particles, travelling through what looks like a natural cave.

More on the exhibition:https://www.estherschipper.com/exhibitions/1189-contemporary-cave-art-hito-steyerl/introduction/

Video: art/beats

27/04/2023

For Gallery Weekend Berlin 2023 Esther Schipper is pleased to present Hito Steyerl's first solo exhibition with the gallery. On view will be a site-specific iteration of her 2022 environment Animal Spirits adapted to the exhibition space.

13/04/2023

Imaginez la planète Terre... sans nous !

Cette vidéo expose les péripéties et évolutions d'un parc en Allemagne, laissé en friche. Les animaux et végétaux y reprennent leurs droits, et la vidéo relate ce micro-univers du point de vue non-humain. Le spectateur perçoit le monde à travers leurs capacités sensorielles, ce qui questionne la place de l'humain dans son environnement.

Pierre Huyghe, A Way in Untilled, 2012-2013

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13/04/2023
https://youtu.be/OnzFRnGN3-QJulia Scher speaks with WDR on her solo exhibition at Museum Abteiberg
13/04/2023

https://youtu.be/OnzFRnGN3-Q

Julia Scher speaks with WDR on her solo exhibition at Museum Abteiberg

Wir leben in einer Welt der Überwachungstechnologie – und das nicht erst seit gestern. Bereits lange vor „Big Brother“ begann die in Hollywood aufgewachsene ...

12/04/2023

Meanwhile in Geneva, the exhibition at continues- GI drawings and so much more…here is an inverted ziggurat of Truffle drawings!

11/04/2023
SAVE THE DATE!  opens Friday April 28, 6–9pm – we are pleased to present Hito Steyerl, Contemporary Cave Art, and Sun Yi...
31/03/2023

SAVE THE DATE! opens Friday April 28, 6–9pm – we are pleased to present Hito Steyerl, Contemporary Cave Art, and Sun Yitian, Portrait. ⁠

Hito Steyerl’s first solo exhibition with the gallery, Contemporary Cave Art, will present a site-specific iteration of her 2022 environment Animal Spirits – a video installation consisting of a film and a live computer-generated animation as well as spatial installation elements creating a cave-like exhibition space. ⁠

On view in the niche will be a special presentation with three new paintings by Sun Yitian, whose representation by the gallery we announced this January. Sun Yitian is best known for her paintings of monumentally enlarged mass-produced objects, generally based on staged photographs taken by the artist herself.⁠

Link in bio for more information!⁠
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Image 1: Hito Steyerl, Animal Spirits, 2022 (detail), single channel HD video, live computer simulation, sensor devices, glass spheres, organic materials, duration: 24 min; simulation, duration variable; dimensions variable. © the artist / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2023. Photo © Kunsthaus Graz/N.Lackner⁠

Image 2: Sun Yitian, Alger, 2023, acrylic on canvas, 205 x 158 cm. Image © the artist⁠
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31/03/2023

The AIDS Sculpture (1989) was unveiled today in front of the to inaugurate the retrospective. Always (well, almost always) displayed in a public square, the sculpture is intended to accumulate graffiti for as long as it’s installed. Go see the exhibition, open to the public on April 1st, and leave your mark on the AIDS sculpture

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Join us for the opening of Liam Gillick, Filtered Time at the Pergamonmuseum Wednesday April 5, 7-10pm.⁠⁠In a historical...
30/03/2023

Join us for the opening of Liam Gillick, Filtered Time at the Pergamonmuseum Wednesday April 5, 7-10pm.⁠

In a historical first, the Vorderasiatisches Museum and the Hamburger Bahnhof – Nationalgalerie der Gegenwart join forces on a trans-historical, site-specific presentation by Liam Gillick throughout the halls of the Pergamonmuseum. Given complete artistic freedom at the Pergamonmuseum, Gillick engages with the historical building and its collections. Entitled Filtered Time, his interventions take the form of light and color projections and soundscapes that draw attention to the various historical periods of the Pergamonmuseum. From Babylon’s iconic Ishtar Gate to the monumental sculptures of Tell Halaf, Gillick adds an overlay that exposes connections across different historical periods of the Pergamonmuseum.⁠

Please note: Pergamonmuseum is exclusively entered through James-Simon-Galerie, Bodestraße.⁠

Liam Gillick, Filtered Time, 2023 (detail). © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Zentralarchiv. Courtesy the artist. Photo © the artist⁠
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The presentation is on view April 6 – October 15, 2023. Link in bio for further info. ⁠
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30/03/2023

Amsterdam…are you coming? Opening April 1st at the

30/03/2023


L'oeuvre Poll se fonde sur l’image d’un ensemble de bureaux situés dans un centre sécurisé de Floride où eut lieu, lors de l’élection présidentielle américaine de 2000 qui avait opposé Al Gore à George W. Bush, l’opération de recomptage des bulletins de vote. Dans la version proposée par Demand, on voit des bulletins triés, ne présentant aucune marque, empilés à côté de téléphones, de dossiers, et des lampes torches employées pour vérifier la validité de ces bulletins. Fait inhabituel chez l’artiste, Poll est contemporain de l’événement représenté, et fut exposé avant même le dénouement de cette affaire : l’investiture de Bush en tant que 43e président des États-Unis, en janvier 2001.

🗓 jusqu’au 28 mai 2023
📍 Jeu de Paume

📸 Thomas Demand, Poll, 2000, tirage chromogène / Diasec, 180 x 260 cm
© Thomas Demand, Adagp, Paris, 2023

Exposition co-organisée avec la FEP - Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography et le UCCA

Esther Schipper Ministère de la Culture

30/03/2023

Faites vibrer votre corde sensible !

Ces curieuses lignes tendues dans la galerie produisent le son d'une flûte. Il s'agit d'une œuvre qui réagit au mouvement des visiteurs, à l'hydrométrie et à la température. Cela témoigne de la nature profondément relationnelle des choses : à l’image des toiles de Twombly qui les entourent, ces lignes semblent sans cesse se métamorphoser. Ni nature, ni culture, que des variations de lumière et de son.

Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Breathing Lines, 2023

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30/03/2023
28/03/2023

Aujourd'hui c'est Mardi Jeunes
L'entrée au Jeu de Paume est gratuite pour tous les étudiants et les - 25 ans (inclus), de 11h à 21h ! Profitez aussi d'une visite guidée gratuite à 18h pour découvrir le travail de l'artiste !

27/03/2023

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