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Esther Schipper

Berlin | Germany

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About the gallery

Esther Schipper was founded in 1989 in Cologne.

The gallery is especially known for exhibiting and finding markets for ephemeral and time-based conceptual projects and for the longstanding and continuous collaborations with its artists, whose work spans across a wide spectrum of practices.

Many of the artists with whom Esther Schipper has worked since the 1990s, among them Angela Bulloch, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Liam Gillick, Pierre Huyghe and Philippe Parreno, are central figures in radically rethinking the exhibition as a form and taking it as a critical medium.

After opening a project space in Berlin in 1995, the gallery moved its entire operations to the German Capital in 1997. In Spring 2017, the gallery inaugurated its new much larger premises to accommodate the demands of the wide range of exhibition practices in its steadily growing program of internationally recognized artists. In 2018, Esther Schipper opened a Bookstore within the gallery space.

Currently the gallery represents 43 artists and estates: The Estate of Stefan Bertalan, Martin Boyce, Matti Braun, AA Bronson, Angela Bulloch, Nathan Carter, Etienne Chambaud, David Claerbout, Thomas Demand, Jean-Pascal Flavien, Ceal Floyer, Simon Fujiwara, Ryan Gander, The Estate of General Idea, Francesco Gennari, Liam Gillick, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Rodney Graham, Andrew Grassie, Grönlund-Nisunen, Martin Honert, Pierre Huyghe, Ann Veronica Janssens, Christoph Keller, Gabriel Kuri, Jac Leirner, Liu Ye, Isa Melsheimer, Prabhavathi Meppayil, Ari Benjamin Meyers, The Estate of Florin Mitroi, Roman Ondak, Philippe Parreno, Ugo Rondinone, Christopher Roth, Anri Sala, Karin Sander, Tomás Saraceno, Julia Scher, Tino Sehgal, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, The Work of Hito Steyerl, and Tao Hui.

In 2019, the gallery celebrated its 30th anniversary.

Artworks

Autoritratto come equinozio di primavera | Francesco Gennari | available artwork
FRANCESCO GENNARI

Autoritratto come equinozio di primavera

2020
Photography
29,3 x 43,0 x 4,2 cm |
11,5 x 16,9 x 1,7 inch

Key performance indicator xiv (Habitual Abstraction) | Ryan Gander | available artwork
RYAN GANDER

Key performance indicator xiv (Habitual Abstraction)

2017
Painting
184,0 x 134,0 x 5,0 cm |
72,4 x 52,8 x 2,0 inch

Patina Painting 170c, Le Plateau, Paris / Gebrauchsbild 170c, Le Plateau, Paris | Karin Sander | available artwork
KARIN SANDER

Patina Painting 170c, Le Plateau, Paris / Gebrauchsbild 170c, Le Plateau, Paris

2014
Painting
120,0 x 160,0 cm |
47,2 x 63,0 inch

Tent/Texture III, Kharkiv | Hito Steyerl | available artwork
HITO STEYERL

Tent/Texture III, Kharkiv

2015
Print
100,0 x 100,0 cm |
39,4 x 39,4 inch

Fog Dog (Reflections) | Daniel Steegmann Mangrané | available artwork
DANIEL STEEGMANN MANGRANé

Fog Dog (Reflections)

2020
Photography
75,0 x 50,0 cm |
29,5 x 19,7 inch

Modified Dynamic Movement Primitives for Joining Movement Sequences on Marilyn | Philippe Parreno | available artwork
PHILIPPE PARRENO

Modified Dynamic Movement Primitives for Joining Movement Sequences on Marilyn

2020
Drawing
27,9 x 21,6 cm |
11,0 x 8,5 inch

Untitled (H4) | Gabriel Kuri | available artwork
GABRIEL KURI

Untitled (H4)

2011
Mixed Media
80,0 x 120,0 cm |
31,5 x 47,2 inch

Timekeeper (Serpentine) | Pierre Huyghe | available artwork
PIERRE HUYGHE

Timekeeper (Serpentine)

2019
Work on paper
40,0 x 40,0 cm |
15,7 x 15,7 inch

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