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Design: Studio S/M/L, Berlin
Development: Thibault Brevet


Curating and maintenance:
Atelier Matthias Bitzer, Berlin



Image Credits


Unless otherwise indicated, all images are courtesy of the gallery which they derive.

Single object photopraphy and studio shots mainly taken by Jens Ziehe, Berlin

In using the images contained on this website, Atelier Matthias Bitzer has obtained the permission oft he rights holders ehenever possible. In those instances where Atelier Matthias Bitzer could not locate the rights holders, notwithstanding good-faith efforts, it requests that any information concerning such rights holders be forwarded, so that they may be contacted for future use.


Sequences of a volatile now, Marianne Boesky Gallery, 2018, London, Photographed by Peter Mallet


Fei’s Sphären, Kadel Willborn, 2017, Düsseldorf, Photographed by  Simon Vogel


a different sort of gravity, Marianne Boesky Gallery, 2016, New York, Photographed by Christopher Burke


Immaculate cloud, Francesca Minini, 2016, Mailand, Photographed by Agostino Osio


root/ruin/rhapsody, Almine Rech Gallery, 2015, Brussels, Photographed by Sven Laurent – Let me shoot for you


The collapse of features, Kadel Willborn, 2014, Düsseldorf, Photographed by Simon Vogel


Der Zerfall der Eigenschaften, K21, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen,  2014–2015, Düsseldorf, Photographed by Simon Vogel


Saturnine Swing, Marianne Boesky Gallery, 2014, New York, Photographed by Jason Wyche


Amherst/Ether/Fields, Francesca Minini, 2013, Milan, Photographed by Agostino Osio


Anatol Echo, Almine Rech Gallery, 2013, Paris, Photographed by Rebecca Fanuele


Fever/Field, Almine Rech Gallery, 2012, Brussels, Photographed by Kurt Deruyter


The Mercury Window, Almine Rech Gallery, 2010, Paris, Photographed by Rebecca Fanuele


Palimpsest, Kunstverein Hannover, 2010, Photographed by Raimund Zakowski


Maison Automatique, Francesca Minini, 2010, Milan, Photographed by Agostino Osio


Städtische Galerie Nordhorn, 2007, Nordhorn, Photographed by Helmut Claus



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