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GALERIE SUPPER

GALERIE SUPPER

GALERIE SUPPER

The GALERIE SUPPER is specialized in contemporary art.


Founded in 2002 it opened in Baden-Baden in 2012 with its current profile. The gallery promotes young, emerging artists with an unique signature. It is the intention to correlate them with renowned artists. Their positions should complement and stimulate each other, whereas every artist keeps his own characteristics.


The gallery´s main focus follows two different guidelines:

1. We do present artists, that consider and acquire all possibilities of representation.

2. We do present artists, that question and reflect the current state of our society in their work.


The gallery is member of the regional association of galleries in Baden-Wuerttemberg e.V. and has an space of approximately 200 m². Up to six shows are held each year. In addition it is the gallery´s special concern to promote qualified young talents of the Kunstakademie Karlsruhe in an annual curated exhibition. To every one-artist-show a catalogue is being printed. Apart from gallery-exhibitions, artists´ discussions, public readings and cooperations underline the exhibition activity. GALERIE Supper is represented at international art fairs.


GALERIE SUPPER
Kreuzstraße 3
D 76530 Baden-Baden

Wed. - Fri. 12 am - 6 pm
Sat. - Sun. 12 am - 4 pm
a.u.a.

3D exhibitions

  • GALERIE SUPPER

    Sebastian Wehrle

    01 Jan 2020 – 31 Dec 2021

    GALERIE SUPPER presents an extensive solo exhibition of SEBASTIAN WEHRLE after showcasing the photographer as part of a collective exhibition in summer last year. During this time, Wehrle's portraits, depicting historical Black Forest garbs as Haute Couture, were exhibited alongside the works of internationally renowned fashion photographers. Not only do Sebastian Wehrle’s portraits composing the “FACING TRADITION” SERIES revive the image of the Black Forest which has developed into a brand in its own right and dress its nostalgic charm in bright new colours. They are also part of the contemporary discourse of questions concerning homeland, tradition and ancestry as well as affiliation, identity and emancipation. Because art can help us understand and be understood by one another, as one universal language. Where interests, life designs and ideologies may seem to have a separating effect, art can foreground that which connects. And it’s not just that Wehrle demonstrates in his portraits how young, fresh and innovative the image of “Black Forest 2.0” is, but he also displays the diverse, colorful and inclusive ways in which its cultural heritage is experienced and lived to this day. In his SERIES “Q”, WEHRLE continues to create portraits, but this time choses to adorn old breeds of cattle with traditional wreaths and floral headdresses. The photographer thus toys with the way in which the format of the portrait is art historically being taken for granted. Therefore he specifically selects the very same front view and dark backdrop as in his series “Facing Tradition”. Furthermore, GALERIE SUPPER shows Sebastian Wehrle’s less well known SERIES "HEIMAT" comprising landscape photographs, which do not set man but nature into focus and shed light on the dark, mystic and enigmatic character of the Black Forest. They allow views of old chapels, solitary farmyards, mist-shrouded chains of hills and woods immersed in twilight. Because in the Black Forest, numerous locations are intertwined with myths and legends. Trees, cliffs, springs and lakes are said to be both habitats and gathering places for untamed spirits, forest fairies and witches. Those Black Forest stories, being passed on from generation to generation for centuries, seem to be inherent in the region like a mystifying spell and are woven into Wehrle’s images like delicate threads. Thereby, the artist shines a light on the continuous captivating and fascinating effect of the eerily beautiful fairytale forest’s descended essence. About the artist Photographer SEBASTIAN WEHLRE (*1984 in Waldkirch) lives and works in Freiamt at the heart of the Black Forest. While being a learned master builder of masonry heaters, he is devoted solely to autodidactic photography since 2014. His works have been (and are) on display in numerous locations established in the Schwarzwald. In summer 2019, Sebastian Wehrle initially exhibited his photographs at GALERIE SUPPER in Baden-Baden under the title “Wehrle and Friends”. In February and March 2020 he will be represented at two internationally renowned art exhibition for the first time, the art KARLSRUHE and the STROKE in Munich. On occasion of both Wehrle’s solo display and his contribution to the art exhibitions, GALERIE SUPPER issued an extensive art catalogue.

  • GALERIE SUPPER

    Rayk Goetze "Vertreibung aus dem Paradies"

    01 Jan 2020 – 01 Jan 2021

    In spring 2020 the GALERIE SUPPER presents the latest works of Rayk Goetze. The title of his exhibition >>EXPULSION FROM PARADISE

    latest works

    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Festtagstracht I Kirnbach, 2017
      60 x 40 cm (h x w)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Iltishut I Kehl, 2017
      90 x 60 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Jupiter I Gomaringen, 2019
      80 x 80 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Tennenbacher Kloster I Freiamt, 2014
      60 x 90 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Tennenbach I Freiamt, 2019
      75 x 150 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Eireen I Vom Külenberg, 2018
      80 x 80 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Maggy I Freiamt, 2019
      80 x 80 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Kappenschlupf I Kehl I Tatoo Ed., 2017
      150 x 100 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Radhaube I Villingen I Tattoo Ed., 2018
      150 x 100 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Rollenkranz I Mühlebach, 2015
      90 x 60 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Rosenhut I Renchtal, 2019
      90 x 60 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Radhaube I Villingen, 2015
      120 x 80 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Biedermeiertracht I Villingen, 2017
      120 x 80 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Bollenhut I Kirnbach, 2016
      150 x 100 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Bollenhut I Kirnbach I Baby, 2019
      90 x 60 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Herrentracht I Glottertal, 2017
      60 x 40 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Sebastian Wehrle

      Fräulein Rouge, 2020
      160 x 120 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Kodak premier on polystyrene behind UltraSec M
    • Rayk Goetze

      Piece 7, 2020
      24 x 18 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      Oil and Tape on Canvas
    • Rayk Goetze

      Piece 2, 2020
      24 x 18 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      Oil and Acrylic on Canvas
    • Rayk Goetze

      Piece 1, 2020
      24 x 18 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      Oil and Acrylic on Canvas
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