Headerphoto BerlinViews


BerlinViews is an initia­tive of Berlin galleries to join in soli­dar­ity and a sign to strengthen the visi­bil­ity of Berlin galleries.

68 Projects


68pro­jects, founded by Galerie Korn­feld, has earned inter­na­tional recog­ni­tion for its expan­sive programme and commit­ted support to resi­dency artists and their expo­sure to the German market. Through its initia­tives, inter­na­tional and regional cura­tors have created shows in Berlin, and a notable collab­o­ra­tion takes place each year with Villa Aurora and Thomas Mann House.

Artist Rusudan Khizanishvili Photo

Rusudan Khizanishvili

Rusu­dan Khizan­ishvili invites view­ers into multi­lay­ered portals of distorted figures and animals who act as symbolic door handles between cultures, nations, times and iden­ti­ties. Methamor­pho­sis as a cultural phenom­e­non is explored – as she comments on a soci­ety starved in a digi­tal real­ity, escap­ing into the natu­ral preserves of her compo­si­tions.

alexander levy


Alexan­der Levy gallery, founded in 2012, focuses on present­ing young artists which engage with the present in a crit­i­cal and ironic way. The empha­sis lies on concep­tual posi­tions which reflect soci­etal struc­tures, and subver­sively take up scien­tific and polit­i­cal themes. By this, the artists’ works chal­lenge soci­eties’ percep­tual habits and expec­ta­tions.

Artist Sinta Werner Photo

Sinta Werner

Sinta Wern­er’s art plays with the rela­tion­ship between two- and three-dimen­sion­al­ity, real­ity and repro­duc­tion, phys­i­cal pres­ence and projec­tion, and the inter­con­nec­tion of virtual and real space. In her photo-collages, instal­la­tions, and sculp­tures, she uses the doubling of phys­i­cal real­ity that results from illu­sory spaces or mirrors to produce confu­sion and deceive the eye.

Amazing Editions


Amaz­ing Editions offers a hand picked selec­tion of limited editions by some of today’s most excit­ing artists. A fresh way to begin or expand your art collec­tion and discover new, cutting-edge artists.

Artist Gerold Miller Photo

Gerold Miller

Gerold Miller has taken a bold approach to both color and image through­out his decades-long career. Work­ing between the bound­aries of sculp­ture, paint­ing, and archi­tec­ture, he seeks to tran­scend the restric­tive func­tions of art, reduc­ing the image to its limits so that what remains is. His wall-mounted aluminum works are painted with lacquer to achieve a reflec­tive tran­si­tion of color and spacial fields.



Åplus is a gallery for inter­na­tional, contem­po­rary art in Berlin and was founded in 2016 by Hagen Schü­mann. The focus of the gallery is on the presen­ta­tion, medi­a­tion and support of emerg­ing artists. The space is under­stood as a place for dialogue and exchange of knowl­edge who reflects contem­po­rary art and cultural devel­op­ments.

Artist Christin Kaiser Photo

Christin Kaiser

Christin Kaiser is a multi­me­dia artist. Initi­at­ing often from a photo­graph, her sculp­tures expand through metic­u­lous research into multi­com­po­nen­tial instal­la­tions, in which contents from history of archi­tec­ture and design are brought together into one narra­tive. Draw­ing inspi­ra­tion from the lived envi­ron­ment, the artist under­lines notions of inequal­ity and social status in contem­po­rary life.



artflash is an online-gallery for limited editions from today´s most sought after contem­po­rary artists (e.g. Wolf­gang Till­mans, Rose­marie Trockel, Jonathan Meese) to emerg­ing talents. Since 2012, artflash mines the archives of pres­ti­gious art insti­tu­tions and book publish­ers to present in weekly flash­sales care­fully selected limited editions at afford­able prices.

Artist Bettina Krieg Photo

Bettina Krieg

Bettina Krieg, who was a master student of Daniel Richter and Robert Lucan­der among others, raises ques­tions with her work. The draw­ings, at times deli­cately rendered, at times carried out with strong strokes, oscil­late between figu­ra­tion and abstrac­tion. The eye looks for a halt­ing point, finds anchor marks, details in the middle of a vortex, then again loses itself in the depth of the draw­ing.

Axel Obiger


Founded in 2009 as a project space for contem­po­rary art, Axel Obiger focuses on dialogues between its artists and invited guests. With their exten­sive program the Axel Obiger artists have created an inter­na­tional venue for inten­sive artis­tic debates. Axel Obiger has recently been awarded for its commit­ment and is receiv­ing grow­ing inter­na­tional acclaim.

Artist Matthias Moravek Photo

Matthias Moravek

When acci­dents become form. Matthias Moravek’s paint­ings, draw­ings and sculp­tures are an inten­sive and play­ful anal­y­sis of content, form and colour, explor­ing the wide range between abstrac­tion and figu­ra­tion. His recent works draw inspi­ra­tion from the atmos­phere of the circus ring. Moravek’s work is part of the current exhi­bi­tion GIFT/SHOP at Axel Obiger.



AXS ART aims to make contem­po­rary art acces­si­ble, by combin­ing the digi­tal and phys­i­cal expe­ri­ence of art. The online art buying plat­form makes art collect­ing by early-career artists possi­ble via e-commerce and Insta­gram, while its part­ner company Art Tours Berlin provides tangi­ble art expe­ri­ences such as gallery tours, studio visits and talks.

Artist Konvalina Photo


‘Move­ment’ is an appro­pri­ately fitting way to describe Konva­li­na’s work. Inquis­i­tive about the present influ­ences on our soci­ety, notably digi­tal­i­sa­tion, image and infor­ma­tion manip­u­la­tion and the inter­net culture, makes the artists respond with partic­u­lar mini­mal­is­tic escapes, search­ing for ways to navi­gate through the over­load of infor­ma­tion, true and false, to find a certain harmony or balance.

Brutto Gusto


Named, with self-effac­ing sardonic humour, after the Ital­ian words for ‘bad taste’, the Berlin-based contem­po­rary art gallery, Brutto Gusto blurs the bound­aries between fine arts, crafts, and horti­cul­ture. 
At Brutto Gusto inter­mit­tent exhi­bi­tions by contem­po­rary pioneers in glass and ceramic art among others, are inter­sected with a unique selec­tion of flow­ers. An asso­ci­a­tion of art and nature is at the core of the gallery’s cura­to­rial prac­tice.

Artist Johannes Nagel Photo

Johannes Nagel

The subject of Nagel’s work specif­i­cally is the impro­vised and provi­sional. Most objects are some­how vessels, pots. What else are they? The attempt to confuse the conno­ta­tions that tech­nol­ogy and mate­rial provoke. At times construc­tive compos­ing, at times will­ful destruc­tion, some­times vases, some­times frag­ments or alien­ated object. It is not the perfec­tion of the ulti­mate expres­sion that is intended but to verbal­ize a concept of the evolu­tion of things. 

Crone’s focus is contem­po­rary art that addresses social real­i­ties and polit­i­cal chal­lenges with aesthetic conscious­ness. The gallery repre­sents artists of vari­ous gener­a­tions, origins, cultural back­grounds, and sexual orien­ta­tion. Their work encom­passes paint­ing, sculp­ture, instal­la­tion and time-based media. The gallery runs two spaces in Berlin and one in Vienna.

Artist Nikolaus Gansterer Photo

Nikolaus Gansterer

Niko­laus Gansterer is known for his trans­dis­ci­plinary work, an amal­ga­ma­tion of science, philos­o­phy, music, dance, and fine art. He has a bound­less curios­ity for research neces­si­tate and explores it in the form of draw­ings, instal­la­tions, perfor­mances, and video works. His works were shown in the Havana Bien­nial, Shar­jah Bien­nial and in the Research Pavil­lion at last year’s Venice Bien­nial.

Daniel Marzona


Daniel Marzona currently repre­sents 18 artists, who use a wide range of media but are all at home within a concep­tual or mini­mal­is­tic frame­work. Marzona has worked as a cura­tor at P.S.1 Contem­po­rary Art Insti­tute, co-founded the Navado Press and published numer­ous texts on contem­po­rary art. He was the direc­tor of Konrad Fischer Galerie, before open­ing his own gallery.

Artist Sarah Loibl Photo

Sarah Loibl

Sarah Loibl’s paint­ings address in a multi­fac­eted way the inter­lock­ing among corpo­re­al­ity, move­ment, and space. What she works out in front of the model and places captures gestures, poses, and move­ments of the human body on trac­ing paper, with­out freez­ing it. The fluid­ity of the paint­ing mate­ri­als she uses corre­sponds to the ephemer­al­ity of the happen­ings layered in allu­sions and as traces on the rolls of paper. This image memory is used in two ways and reworked.

Duve Berlin


DUVE Berlin is a gallery with a focus on emerg­ing artists and provides a plat­form for concep­tu­ally driven and contex­tu­ally aware works. As the rela­tive size of the world decreases and access increases, effec­tive art must be nuanced and mean­ing­ful: DUVE Berlin provides a plat­form for a younger gener­a­tion of artists who develop work with this under­stand­ing in mind.

Artist Liam Fallon Photo

Liam Fallon

Liam Fallon focuses on the explo­ration of queer culture and the ways that mate­ri­als and objects assist in this explo­ration. The binary of private and public marks a partic­u­lar point of inter­est explor­ing the senti­men­tal values of love, desire and loss; occur­rences that are at once unfold­ing in the public realm, whilst at the same time, remain­ing an enig­mat­i­cally private affair.

Ebensperger Rhomberg


Since 2013, Ebensperger Rhomberg’s premises in Berlin are a historic crema­to­rium in the district of Wedding on a cultural compound, known as Silent Green. Here, the gallery mounts exhi­bi­tions includ­ing its core medi­ums film, site specific instal­la­tions, paint­ing and draw­ing. The gallery also runs a branch in Salzburg and an off-space in Vienna.

Artist Hajnal Németh Photo

Hajnal Németh

Hajnal Németh creates musi­cal perfor­mances, spatial instal­la­tions, films and photo­graphs, remix­ing images and real­isng projects that are mostly based on text­books with her own writ­ings or modi­fied quota­tions. She was nomi­nated for the Nam June Paik Award in 2010, she repre­sented Hungary at the Venice Bien­nale 2011 and reveived the Leopold Blum Award in 2017.

Edition Block


Since 1966 Edition Block, one of the oldest inter­na­tional publish­ers of limited Editions, has published the first Multi­ples with artists like Joseph Beuys, Marcel Broodthaers, John Cage, Nam June Paik, Sigmar Polke and Gerhard Richter. Lately, several female artists joined the programme: Ayşe Erkmen, Mona Hatoum, Alicja Kwade, Inge Mahn, Mari­ana Vassileva and Sunah Choi.

Artist Sunah Choi Photo

Sunah Choi

Sunah Choi is inter­ested in processes of abstrac­tion as applied to concrete moments in time, places, and phenom­ena. Her sculp­tures, instal­la­tions, and photo­graphs probe the substance and formal struc­ture of objects. By resolv­ing obser­va­tions into compo­si­tions and arrange­ments or condens­ing them in sculp­tures, she explores the aesthetic qual­ity of selected aspects of nature and vernac­u­lar culture.



Galleries Feld­busch Wies­ner and Jette Rudolph joined forces in 2016. Combin­ing exper­tise, an expanded artist port­fo­lio, and a broader contact had posi­tive reper­cus­sions for artists, collec­tors and art insti­tu­tions. Based in Berlin-Mitte, the gallery is repre­sent­ing mid-career and emerg­ing contem­po­rary artists, medi­ates singu­lar posi­tions and discov­ers emerg­ing artists.

Artist Benedikt Leonhardt Photo

Benedikt Leonhardt

“In my work cate­gories like ”abstract" or “figu­ra­tive” do not exist. The process of paint­ing and taping/ untap­ing is accom­pa­nied by a remem­brance which releases my gene­sis of paint­ing from all images." Benedikt Leon­hardt is currently featured in "NOW! Paint­ing in Germany Today” at Deich­torhallen Hamburg. We’ll present our third soloshow with him in Septem­ber.

Galeria Plan B


In 2005, Gale­ria Plan B was initi­ated by Mihai Pop and Adrian Ghenie in Cluj, Roma­nia, and func­tions as a produc­tion and exhi­bi­tion space for contem­po­rary art. At the same time, it is a research center for Roma­nian art of the last 50 years, reveal­ing works of remark­able artists with­out previ­ous inter­na­tional expo­sure. Since 2008 Plan B runs a perma­nent exhi­bi­tion space in Berlin and is coor­di­nated by Mihai Pop and Mihaela Lutea.

Artist Achraf Touloub Photo

Achraf Touloub

Achraf Touloub devel­ops his work by inter­weav­ing notions of tradi­tion and glob­al­iza­tion. Trying to "draw time, ” he first worked on repe­ti­tions of figures and motifs (for exam­ple, the wave) inspired by the art of minia­tures. His draw­ings and instal­la­tions were exhib­ited recently in the Centre Pompi­dou (2016), 57th Venice Bien­nale (2017) and Baltic Trien­nial 13 (2018).

Galerie Anton Janizewski


Galerie Anton Janizewski was founded in 2018 in Berlin, where it occu­pies a beau­ti­ful mezza­nine in the build­ing located on Goethes­traße 69, Char­lot­ten­burg. The gallery supports and shows works of young contem­po­rary artists.

Artist Georg Vierbuchen Photo

Georg Vierbuchen

Georg Vier­buchens objects play with kitsch and nostal­gia, with the prin­ci­ples of mass and singu­lar­ity, and they deal with the over­pro­duc­tion of consumer goods. He claims that it is diffi­cult for him to filter exte­rior stim­uli, and that in choos­ing his subjects indis­crim­i­na­tion plays a major part. To make this dispo­si­tion produc­tive, Vier­buchen uses an old method: conden­sa­tion.

Galerie Barbara Thumm


The gallery was founded 23 years ago and shows concep­tual, mostly repre­sen­­ta­­tional works of estab­lished as well as young upcom­ing artists. Currently on view is the exhi­bi­tion “Rats and Horses” with works by Jo Baer. The show features a series of chalk and pastel draw­ings in a world premiere. The exhi­bi­tion is preceded by a solo presen­ta­tion at the Feature Section in the upcom­ing ArtBasel.

Artist Jo Baer Photo

Jo Baer

The start­ing point for all paint­ings in Jo Baer’s oeuvre was always draw­ing and collage. Later in the nineties, collages were made digi­tally, then printed out and drawn upon. The draw­ings of Jo Baer reveal in the most direct and inti­mate way the thought and creative processes of her prac­tice of what she had enti­tled herself Radi­cal Figu­ra­tion.

galerie burster


galerie burster is based in Char­lot­ten­burg and was founded in 2014 by Rita Burster. In January 2018 galerie burster opened its first branch in Karl­sruhe. The main focus of the gallery program is the presen­ta­tion and promo­tion of young, emerg­ing, national and inter­na­tional artists from vari­ous media such as paint­ing, instal­la­tion, photog­ra­phy, perfor­mance and digi­tal media.

Artist Christian August Photo

Christian August

Chris­tian August deals with themes like tran­sience, urban­ity, and signs in contem­po­rary art. “My paint­ing is a form of abstract expres­sion. The start­ing point for my work is often a sketch or a photo­graph depict­ing an every­day situ­a­tion or discov­ery. In my paint­ing I try to trans­late this into a kind of feel­ing or a detached poetic visi­bil­ity.”

Galerie EIGEN + ART


Galerie EIGEN + ART repre­sents estab­lished and young artists work­ing in a wide range of media such as film/video, photog­ra­phy, instal­la­tion, paint­ing and sculp­ture includ­ing concep­tual art and perfor­mance in both loca­tions: Leipzig and Berlin. The gallery’s program is dedi­cated to all fields of contem­po­rary art.

Artist Li Qing Photo

Li Qing

Li Qing was born in Huzhou, Zhejiang Province in 1981. He lives and works in Hangzhou and Shang­hai. His paint­ings, instal­la­tions and video works seek ratio­nal rifts in simi­lar­ity and contra­dic­tion, acting on the percep­tion and acknowl­edg­ment of a viewer through circuitous and over­lapped struc­tures. His works track the histor­i­cal frag­men­ta­tion and ideo­log­i­cal conflicts that have occurred widely in the dissem­i­na­tion of infor­ma­tion, collec­tive memory, and knowl­edge expe­ri­ence.

Galerie Kornfeld


Galerie Korn­feld repre­sents emerg­ing contem­po­rary posi­tions to pioneer­ing re-discov­er­ing artists to the audi­ence in Berlin and inter­na­tion­ally with large archi­tec­tural art projects and renowned art fairs. Located in Berlin-Char­lot­ten­burg, the gallery aims to connect the past and the present with the future, the art with all its admires.

Artist Nick Dawes Photo

Nick Dawes

Nick Dawes(*1969 in Johan­nes­burg) creates color­field paint­ings through a process of pour­ing paint onto unprimed canvas. Distilled abstract forms suspended from the func­tion­al­ity of sign-like quotid­ian objects. Each layer of color tells a differ­ent story, that which we see at first glance, that which seeps through the edges and the hints of the dialogue beneath the surface.

Galerie Kuckei + Kuckei


The gallery was founded in 1993 by Ben and Hannes Kuckei. Repre­sented artists: Ingmar Alge, Oliver van den Berg, Jenny Brill­hart, Hlynur Halls­son, Peter K. Koch, Michael Laube, Lilly Lulay, Barbara Probst, Nikola Röthe­meyer, Miguel Roth­schild, Fiene Scharp, Guillermo Srodek-Hart, Guy Tillim, Jörn Vanhöfen, Gerhard Winkler, Vlad Yurashko.

Artist Michael Laube Photo

Michael Laube

Michael Laube’s preferred mate­rial is acrylic glass that he first discov­ered in 1997 and has used consis­tently for paint­ing since then as a surro­gate for the canvas and as its exten­sion into three-dimen­sional space. The trans­par­ent surface of acrylic glass allows for paint­ing on both sides, thus declar­ing the paint ground itself as a spatial object.

Galerie Rolando Anselmi


Rolando Anselmi estab­lished his Berlin gallery in 2013. The gallery’s activ­ity aims to promote a new and ambi­tious program, support­ing site-specific projects and artists resi­den­cies, thus contribut­ing to the devel­op­ment of a produc­tion center for contem­po­rary art. By 2020 a new head­quar­ter will open in Rome, host­ing exhi­bi­tion spaces, offices and ware­houses.

Artist Vincenzo Schillaci Photo

Vincenzo Schillaci

Vincenzo Schillaci’s works consist of differ­ent layers and tones, over­lap­ping with rhythm of pigments, tempera, sprays, and screens of impasto made of lime dust and marble powder. Each layer is both an act of nega­tion and the possi­bil­ity for a new affir­ma­tion, a segment of the path of an image that exists, layer over layer, as the paint­ing’s own inner story.

Galerie Russi Klenner


Russi Klen­ner founded his gallery in Berlin Kreuzberg’s neigh­bour­hood in 2016. He repre­sents and supports emerg­ing young artists, most of whom live and work in Berlin, and who embrace differ­ent media such as paint­ing, photog­ra­phy, sculp­ture and instal­la­tion. Some of the artists have gained a repu­ta­tion not only locally but also inter­na­tion­ally.

Artist Julian Röder Photo

Julian Röder

A concep­tual-docu­men­tary approach and care­fully composed works char­ac­ter­ize the photog­ra­pher Julian Röder. Exam­in­ing the inter­ac­tion of power and econ­omy, ideolo­gies and irra­tional­ity, he chal­lenges common percep­tions, encour­ag­ing us to ques­tion the soci­ety we live in. He trained and worked at Ostkreuz Agency and stud­ied with Timm Rautert at the Leipzig Academy of Visual Arts.

Galerie Tanja Wagner


Since 2010, Galerie Tanja Wagner is passion­ately build­ing visi­bil­ity and value for art that draws aware­ness to rele­vant topics of our soci­ety on an inter­na­tional level. The gallery is repre­sent­ing artists with global perspec­tives and diverse back­grounds who chal­lenge dated narra­tives and struc­tures and call in a new vision and sensi­bil­ity.

Artist Angelika Trojnarski Photo

Angelika Trojnarski

All my work in the recent years is inspired by our envi­ron­ment, natu­ral phenom­ena, and phys­i­cal forces. It deals with the fasci­nat­ing facets of nature, its funda­men­tal power – yet at the same time points out its fragility and the threat posed by the human-made, epochal climate change.
I want to create aware­ness and respect toward the precar­i­ous situ­a­tion of our envi­ron­ment, I want to inspire action. I am deeply moved by the love for nature and its sublime force.
– Ange­lika Troj­narski

Galerie Thomas Fischer


Founded in 2011, Galerie Thomas Fischer is present­ing inter­na­tional contem­po­rary art. The gallery’s program is not media-specific but focuses on artists whose approach is concep­tual and exam­ines ques­tions of space. Taking clas­si­cal media as a start­ing point, the artists’ works reflect and expand on them with spatial and perfor­ma­tive tech­niques.

Artist Irmel Kamp Photo

Irmel Kamp

For over four decades Irmel Kamp has been photograph­ing archi­tec­ture. Her project, Les Années Trente (1996–1997), revolves around modern archi­tec­ture of the 1930s in Brus­sels. Kamp does not employ a typo­log­i­cal gaze, rather, she portrays partic­u­lars, vernac­u­lar expres­sions, build­ings embed­ded in their surround­ings and shaped by their circum­stances.

Galerie Thomas Schulte


Galerie Thomas Schulte was estab­lished in Berlin in 1991. We stand for substan­tial concept-based art that resonates with the present and is rele­vant for the future. For this, we create the best possi­ble context out of an honest under­stand­ing of our artists and collec­tors.

Artist Julian Irlinger Photo

Julian Irlinger

Through­out Julian Irlinger’s prac­tice, he nego­ti­ates insti­tu­tions and the poli­tics of the image as they relate to the writ­ing of history and artis­tic produc­tion. He researches and presents mate­ri­als, inves­ti­gat­ing their economic and social value. Under­stand­ing archives as sites of strug­gle over mean­ing and repre­sen­ta­tion, he exam­ines their construc­tion.

Jarmuschek + Partner


Since 2004, Jarmuschek + Part­ner has been present­ing contem­po­rary art moving in the field between figu­ra­tion and abstrac­tion. The focus is espe­cially on paint­ing and works around the medium of paper. On the former Tagesspiegel site in the 19th century studio of Anton von Werner, the gallery today also repeat­edly presents young artis­tic posi­tions.

Artist Petra Lottje Photo

Petra Lottje

In her draw­ings and video works, Petra Lottje sensi­tively captures and abstracts situ­a­tions, emotions and human connec­tions. She brings these to the point with only few reduced media. Her subtile and empa­thetic works show the human being in all his fragility, power and contra­dic­tion and makes us ask about the essence of our iden­tity and our striv­ing.

kajetan Berlin


Located in a former artist studio the gallery kaje­tan Berlin is prior­i­tiz­ing creative inno­va­tion in a seri­ous way above else and is focus­ing on so far under­rep­re­sented mid-career artists with distinct and strong personal perspec­tives, whose work is char­ac­ter­ized by complex­ity and preci­sion of form, as well as on discov­er­ies and redis­cov­er­ies.

Artist Elisabeth Vary Photo

Elisabeth Vary

Elis­a­beth Vary builds geomet­ri­cally clear constructed bodies as image carri­ers, bases for painted color. The color is in dialogue with the constructed body and emerges in an increas­ingly auton­o­mous way in the paint­ing process and becomes the body itself.
Vary’s works are a synthe­sis of paint­ing and sculp­ture, of strong color inten­sity and weigh­ing depth.

Founded in 2008, the gallery presents concep­tual contem­po­rary art. The roster of artists are linked by their shared inter­ests in the trans­for­ma­tion of expe­ri­enced real­ity and distinc­tive critique of contem­po­rary social currents. Klemm’s supports artists who work to over­come limi­ta­tions in content and form bring­ing new approaches to the inter­ro­ga­tion of their medium.

Artist Erica Baum Photo

Erica Baum

Erica Baum could be best described as a “poet-photog­ra­pher”. She is known for her photo­graphic prac­tice based on found sources of text and images. With her reflected, non-chalant use of strate­gies, Baum has been inves­ti­gat­ing the nature, tradi­tions, and magic-spots of the photo­graphic – steadily ”re-mate­ri­al­iz­ing" it’s visual, haptic and contex­tual qual­i­ties.



mianki.Gallery works with a new gener­a­tion of artists. It acquires its stand-alone profile by focussing on the use of unusual mate­ri­als. Its artists form special imageries by using and work­ing with remark­able and unique mate­ri­als.

Artist Constanze Vogt Photo

Constanze Vogt

The works of Constanze Vogt shift between varied medi­ums. Her draw­ings, instal­la­tions, objects and texts are all notable for their use of a reduced selec­tion of mate­ri­als. The exten­sive, near-ritu­al­is­tic work­ing process with which she trans­forms the mate­rial is clearly visi­ble in her finished works.

Founded in 2015, NOME works with emerg­ing and mid-career artists whose prac­tices engage diverse disci­plines. NOME enables artists to further their artis­tic poten­tial by collab­o­rat­ing with vari­ous cultural insti­tu­tions and facil­i­tat­ing the produc­tion of new works for each exhi­bi­tion. The curated program aims to raise crit­i­cal aware­ness of the crucial issues facing our age.

Artist Kirsten Stolle Photo

Kirsten Stolle

Kirsten Stolle is a visual artist work­ing in collage, draw­ing, and instal­la­tion. Her research-based prac­tice is grounded in the inves­ti­ga­tion of corpo­rate propa­ganda, envi­ron­men­tal poli­tics, and biotech­nol­ogy. Her work exam­ines the global influ­ence of agri­chem­i­cal and phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal corpo­ra­tions on our food supply and the effects of long-last­ing toxi­c­ity on our bodies, ecosys­tems, and envi­ron­ment.



OFFICE IMPART is a flex­i­ble and dynamic gallery format, founded 2018 by Johanna Neuschäf­fer and Anne Schwanz. OFFICE IMPART sees them­selves as a dynamic construct and conveys art and content that mani­fests itself in differ­ent formats and spaces, both digi­tal and real. The artists they work with deal in the broad­est sense with the present and their expe­ri­ences in our time.

Artist Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg Photo

Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg

Dunkel­bergs works play with the inter­sec­tion of mate­ri­al­i­ties and imagery while delib­er­ately stag­ing paint­ing and photog­ra­phy in the sculp­tural field. The desire for draw­ing reveals itself in the moment of strug­gling for its volatil­ity. The start­ing point for Dunkel­berg’s work is always a draw­ing or a paint­ing, which she then devel­ops further either in analogue or digi­tal form.

Philipp Haverkampf Galerie


Philipp Haverkampf’s gallery is located in Char­lot­ten­burg and has a focus on paint­ing and paint­ing related objects. The artist’s roster is includ­ing posi­tions of all gener­a­tions, from recently grad­u­ated to
expe­ri­enced in decades of artis­tic prac­tice. Until today vari­ous German and Austrian artists have been exhib­ited, juxta­posed by female painters from New York.

Artist Maximilian Kirmse Photo

Maximilian Kirmse

Kirm­se’s paint­ings and draw­ings often depict an urban universe, moments of every­day life. Captured and taken from his neigh­bour­hood in Berlin Schöneberg, his works are often popu­lated by styl­ized, cartoon­ish char­ac­ters. Kirmse trans­lates these scenes into his typi­cal, pointil­lis­tic, dot-matrix like painted surfaces, juxta­posed by glow­ing lines, which result in lumi­nous and flick­er­ing images.



SCHWARZ CONTEMPORARY was founded by Anne Schwarz in 2011 and is a gallery for contem­po­rary art based in Berlin-Neukölln. Schwarz repre­sents six female and three male artists from Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, and the US: Clara Brör­mann, Laurence Egloff, Henrik Eiben, Emily Gernild, Monika Goetz, Johanna Jaeger, Janne Räisä­nen, Jenna Westra, and Marlon Wobst.

Artist Clara Brörmann Photo

Clara Brörmann

Brör­mann’s works create their own inher­ent tempo­ral and spatial simul­tane­ity: the numer­ous steps in the process gener­ate a condensed tempo­ral­ity char­ac­terised by an inter­link­ing of before and after. At the same time, a multi­lay­ered picto­rial space emerges where the below of the canvas as the support and the above of the applied paint merge.

Soy Capitán


Founded in 2011, Soy Capitán had its first loca­tion in Berlin-Neukölln, and was heav­ily involved in the rise of the vital art scene in South­ern Berlin, until it moved to its current loca­tion in Kreuzberg in 2012. Its founder, Heike Tosun, focuses on cover­ing emerg­ing and well-estab­lished posi­tions. Soy Capitán‘s objec­tive is to gather rele­vant tenden­cies in contem­po­rary art.

Artist Grace Weaver Photo

Grace Weaver

Weaver’s work reflects the mood of a young gener­a­tion. Her motifs include family, life­style, and recre­ation, but extend to an emotional dimen­sion of self-conscious­ness, imposter syndrome, disil­lu­sion­ment, and passive aggres­sion. Her ambi­tion is to fuse art histor­i­cal and pop cultural refer­ences into a visual language that is emphat­i­cally femi­nine, engag­ing in aesthet­ics of cute­ness.

the Curve


the Curve is a private art space and nomadic gallery exclu­sively dedi­cated to the exhi­bi­tion and promo­tion of contem­po­rary collage art. Founded 2017 in the hall­way of a private apart­ment in Berlin Mitte, the Curve regu­larly takes over pop-up spaces and believes in collab­o­ra­tions beyond the tradi­tional gallery land­scape.

Artist Jannis Paetzold Photo

Jannis Paetzold

Jannis Paet­zold applies diverse tech­niques to create artworks that ques­tion our inher­ited ways of seeing. In a play­ful and witty manner he combines found imagery and layers them into a new context. His poetic works on paper often invoke popu­lar concepts of art such as abstrac­tion, sculp­ture or the brush­stroke turn­ing them into ambigu­ous motifs.



Berlin galleries have joined forces to create BerlinViews, a website present­ing over 25 galleries and gallery models.
The website is an initia­tive to promote the visi­bil­ity of art in Berlin and strengthen the soli­dar­ity of the gallery scene in response to our current times. BerlinViews func­tions by offer­ing a brief profile of each gallery, with the aim of giving easy access and insight into the diver­sity of the Berlin gallery scene.The website is clear and easy to use – the partic­i­pat­ing galleries intro­duce them­selves with a short text and present one artist and their work, along with prices. Visi­tors are then able to contact the gallery directly in order to make inquiries.Network­ing and collab­o­rat­ing is an impor­tant compo­nent of this open initia­tive, and so the website is also intended to be an exper­i­men­tal ground for explor­ing the poten­tial of digi­tal formats and content. The initia­tive was started by Galerie Tanja Wagner and

Enjoy explor­ing!


Infor­ma­tion pursuant to Sect. 5 German Tele­me­dia Act (TMG)

J. Neuschäf­fer und A. Schwanz GbR
Waldenser­str. 2–4
10551 Berlin

Galerie Tanja Wagner
Pohlstr. 64
10785 Berlin

Repre­sented by:
Johanna Neuschäf­fer
Anne Schwanz
Tanja Wagner

Phone: +49 30 857 640 90
E-mail: info@of­fi­ceim­part.com
Phone +49 30 864 301 20
E-mail: info@­tan­jawag­ner.com

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Dispute reso­lu­tion proceed­ings in front of a consumer arbi­tra­tion board
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As service providers, we are liable for own contents of these websites accord­ing to Para­graph 7, Sect. 1 German Tele­me­dia Act (TMG). However, accord­ing to Para­graphs 8 to 10 German Tele­me­dia Act (TMG), service providers are not obli­gated to perma­nently moni­tor submit­ted or stored infor­ma­tion or to search for  evidences that indi­cate ille­gal activ­i­ties.
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Liabil­ity for Links
Our offer includes links to exter­nal third party websites. We have no influ­ence on the contents of those websites, there­fore we cannot guar­an­tee for those contents. Providers or admin­is­tra­tors of linked websites are always respon­si­ble for their own contents.
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Data Privacy

Privacy Policy

1. An over­view of data protec­tion

General infor­ma­tion

The follow­ing infor­ma­tion will provide you with an easy to navi­gate over­view of what will happen with your personal data when you visit this website. The term “personal data” comprises all data that can be used to person­ally iden­tify you. For detailed infor­ma­tion about the subject matter of data protec­tion, please consult our Data Protec­tion Decla­ra­tion, which we have included beneath this copy.

Data record­ing on this website

Who is the respon­si­ble party for the record­ing of data on this website (i.e. the ”controller”)?

The data on this website is processed by the oper­a­tor of the website, whose contact infor­ma­tion is avail­able under section “Infor­ma­tion Required by Law” on this website.

How do we record your data?

We collect your data as a result of your shar­ing of your data with us.
This may, for instance be infor­ma­tion you enter into our contact form.

Other data shall be recorded by our IT systems auto­mat­i­cally or after you consent to its record­ing during your website visit. This data comprises primar­ily tech­ni­cal infor­ma­tion (e.g. web browser, oper­at­ing system or time the site was accessed). This infor­ma­tion is recorded auto­mat­i­cally when you access this website.

What are the purposes we use your data for?

A portion of the infor­ma­tion is gener­ated to guar­an­tee the error free provi­sion of the website. Other data may be used to analyse your user patterns.

What rights do you have as far as your infor­ma­tion is concerned?

You have the right to receive infor­ma­tion about the source, recip­i­ents and purposes of your archived personal data at any time with­out having to pay a fee for such disclo­sures. You also have the right to demand that your data are recti­fied or erad­i­cated. If you have consented to data process­ing, you have the option to revoke this consent at any time, which shall affect all future data process­ing. More­over, you have the right to demand that the process­ing of your data be restricted under certain circum­stances. Further­more, you have the right to log a complaint with the compe­tent super­vis­ing agency.
Please do not hesi­tate to contact us at any time under the address disclosed in section ”Infor­ma­tion Required by Law” on this website if you have ques­tions about this or any other data protec­tion related issues.

Anal­y­sis tools and tools provided by third parties
There is a possi­bil­ity that your brows­ing patterns will be statis­ti­cally analysed when your visit this website. Such analy­ses are performed primar­ily with cook­ies and with what we refer to as anal­y­sis programmes.
For detailed infor­ma­tion about these anal­y­sis programmes please consult our Data Protec­tion Decla­ra­tion below.

2. Host­ing and Content Deliv­ery Networks (CDN)

Exter­nal Host­ing
This website is hosted by an exter­nal service provider (host). Personal data collected on this website are stored on the servers of the host. These may include, but are not limited to, IP addresses, contact requests, meta­data and commu­ni­ca­tions, contract infor­ma­tion, contact infor­ma­tion, names, webpage access, and other data gener­ated through a web site.

The host is used for the purpose of fulfill­ing the contract with our poten­tial and exist­ing customers (Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b GDPR) and in the inter­est of secure, fast and effi­cient provi­sion of our online services by a profes­sional provider (Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f GDPR).

Our host will only process your data to the extent neces­sary to fulfil its perfor­mance obli­ga­tions and to follow our instruc­tions with respect to such data.

Execu­tion of a contract data process­ing agree­ment
In order to guar­an­tee process­ing in compli­ance with data protec­tion regu­la­tions, we have concluded an order process­ing contract with our host.

3. General infor­ma­tion and manda­tory infor­ma­tion

Data protec­tion
The oper­a­tors of this website and its pages take the protec­tion of your personal data very seri­ously. Hence, we handle your personal data as confi­den­tial infor­ma­tion and in compli­ance with the statu­tory data protec­tion regu­la­tions and this Data Protec­tion Decla­ra­tion.

When­ever you use this website, a vari­ety of personal infor­ma­tion will be collected. Personal data comprises data that can be used to person­ally iden­tify you. This Data Protec­tion Decla­ra­tion explains which data we collect as well as the purposes we use this data for. It also explains how, and for which purpose the infor­ma­tion is collected.

We here­with advise you that the trans­mis­sion of data via the Inter­net (i.e. through e-mail commu­ni­ca­tions) may be prone to secu­rity gaps. It is not possi­ble to completely protect data against third party access.

Infor­ma­tion about the respon­si­ble party (referred to as the "controller” in the GDPR)

The data process­ing controller on this website is:

J. Neuschäf­fer und A. Schwanz GbR
Waldenser­str. 2–4
10551 Berlin
Tele­fon: +49 30 857 640 90
E-Mail: info@of­fi­ceim­part.com

Tanja Wagner / Galerie Tanja Wagner
Pohlstr. 64
10785 Berlin
Tele­fon: +49 30 864 301 20
E-Mail: info@­tan­jawag­ner.com

The controller is the natu­ral person or legal entity that single-hand­edly or jointly with others makes deci­sions as to the purposes of and resources for the process­ing of personal data (e.g. names, e-mail addresses, etc.).

Revo­ca­tion of your consent to the process­ing of data

A wide range of data process­ing trans­ac­tions are possi­ble only subject to your express consent. You can also revoke at any time any consent you have
already given us. To do so, all you are required to do is sent us an infor­mal noti­fi­ca­tion via e-mail. This shall be with­out prej­u­dice to the lawful­ness of any data collec­tion that occurred prior to your revo­ca­tion.

Right to object to the collec­tion of data in special cases; right to object to direct adver­tis­ing (Art. 21 GDPR)



Right to log a complaint with the compe­tent super­vi­sory agency

In the event of viola­tions of the GDPR, data subjects are enti­tled to log acom­plaint with a super­vi­sory agency, in partic­u­lar in the member state
where they usually main­tain their domi­cile, place of work or at the place where the alleged viola­tion occurred. The right to log a complaint is in effect regard­less of any other admin­is­tra­tive or court proceed­ings avail­able as legal recourses.

Right to data porta­bil­ity

You have the right to demand that we hand over any data we auto­mat­i­cally process on the basis of your consent or in order to fulfil a contract be handed over to you or a third party in a commonly used, machine read­able format. If you should demand the direct trans­fer of the data to another controller, this will be done only if it is tech­ni­cally feasi­ble.

SSL and/or TLS encryp­tion

For secu­rity reasons and to protect the trans­mis­sion of confi­den­tial content, such as purchase orders or inquiries you submit to us as the website oper­a­tor, this website uses either an SSL or a TLS encryp­tion programme. You can recog­nise an encrypted connec­tion by check­ing whether the address line of the browser switches from “http://” to ”https://” and also by the appear­ance of the lock icon in the browser line.

If the SSL or TLS encryp­tion is acti­vated, data you trans­mit to us cannot be read by third parties.

Infor­ma­tion about, recti­fi­ca­tion and erad­i­ca­tion of data

Within the scope of the appli­ca­ble statu­tory provi­sions, you have the right to at any time demand infor­ma­tion about your archived personal data, their source and recip­i­ents as well as the purpose of the process­ing of your data. You may also have a right to have your data recti­fied or erad­i­cated. If you have ques­tions about this subject matter or any other ques­tions about personal data, please do not hesi­tate to contact us at any time at the address provided in section “Infor­ma­tion Required by Law.”

Right to demand process­ing restric­tions

You have the right to demand the impo­si­tion of restric­tions as far as the process­ing of your personal data is concerned. To do so, you may contact us at any time at the address provided in section ”Infor­ma­tion Required by Law.” The right to demand restric­tion of process­ing applies in the follow­ing cases:
In the event that you should dispute the correct­ness of your data archived by us, we will usually need some time to verify this claim. During the time that this inves­ti­ga­tion is ongo­ing, you have the right to demand that we restrict the process­ing of your personal data.
If the process­ing of your personal data was/is conducted in an unlaw­ful manner, you have the option to demand the restric­tion of the process­ing of your data in lieu of demand­ing the erad­i­ca­tion of this data.
If we do not need your personal data any longer and you need it to exer­cise, defend or claim legal enti­tle­ments, you have the right to demand the restric­tion of the process­ing of your personal data instead of its erad­i­ca­tion.
If you have raised an objec­tion pursuant to Art. 21 Sect. 1 GDPR, your rights and our rights will have to be weighed against each other. As long as it has not been deter­mined whose inter­ests prevail, you have the right to demand a restric­tion of the process­ing of your personal data.
If you have restricted the process­ing of your personal data, these data – with the excep­tion of their archiv­ing – may be processed only subject to your
consent or to claim, exer­cise or defend legal enti­tle­ments or to protect the rights of other natu­ral persons or legal enti­ties or for impor­tant public inter­est reasons cited by the Euro­pean Union or a member state of the EU.

Rejec­tion of unso­licited e-mails

We here­with object to the use of contact infor­ma­tion published in conjunc­tion with the manda­tory infor­ma­tion to be provided in section "Infor­ma­tion Required by Law” to send us promo­tional and infor­ma­tion mate­rial that we have not expressly requested. The oper­a­tors of this website and its pages reserve the express right to take legal action in the event of the unso­licited send­ing of promo­tional infor­ma­tion, for instance via SPAM messages.

4. Record­ing of data on this website


Our websites and pages use what the indus­try refers to as "cook­ies.” Cook­ies are small text files that do not cause any damage to your device. They are either stored tempo­rar­ily for the dura­tion of a session (session cook­ies) or they are perma­nently archived on your device (perma­nent cook­ies). Session cook­ies are auto­mat­i­cally deleted once you termi­nate your visit. Perma­nent cook­ies remain archived on your device until you actively delete them or they are auto­mat­i­cally erad­i­cated by your web browser.

In some cases it is possi­ble that third party cook­ies are stored on your device once you enter our site (third party cook­ies). These cook­ies enable you or us to take advan­tage of certain services offered by the third party (e.g. cook­ies for the process­ing of payment services).

Cook­ies have a vari­ety of func­tions. Many cook­ies are tech­ni­cally essen­tial since certain website func­tions would not work in the absence of the cook­ies (e.g. the shop­ping cart func­tion or the display of videos). The purpose of other cook­ies may be the anal­y­sis of user patterns or the display of promo­tional messages.

Cook­ies, which are required for the perfor­mance of elec­tronic commu­ni­ca­tion trans­ac­tions (required cook­ies) or for the provi­sion of certain func­tions you want to use (func­tional cook­ies, e.g. for the shop­ping cart func­tion) or those that are neces­sary for the opti­miza­tion of the website (e.g. cook­ies that provide measur­able insights into the web audi­ence), shall be stored on the basis of Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. f GDPR, unless a differ­ent legal basis is cited. The oper­a­tor of the website has a legit­i­mate inter­est in the stor­age of cook­ies to ensure the tech­ni­cally error free and opti­mized provi­sion of the oper­a­tor’s services. If your consent to the stor­age of the cook­ies has been requested, the respec­tive cook­ies are stored exclu­sively on the basis of the consent obtained (Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. a GDPR); this consent may be revoked at any time.

You have the option to set up your browser in such a manner that you will be noti­fied any time cook­ies are placed and to permit the accep­tance of cook­ies only in specific cases. You may also exclude the accep­tance of cook­ies in certain cases or in general or acti­vate the delete func­tion for the auto­matic erad­i­ca­tion of cook­ies when the browser closes. If cook­ies are deac­ti­vated, the func­tions of this website may be limited.

In the event that third party cook­ies are used or if cook­ies are used for analyt­i­cal purposes, we will sepa­rately notify you in conjunc­tion with this Data Protec­tion Policy and, if appli­ca­ble, ask for your consent.

Server log files
The provider of this website and its pages auto­mat­i­cally collects and stores infor­ma­tion in so-called server log files, which your browser commu­ni­cates to us auto­mat­i­cally. The infor­ma­tion comprises:

The type and version of browser used
The used oper­at­ing system
Refer­rer URL
The host­name of the access­ing computer
The time of the server inquiry
The IP address
This data is not merged with other data sources.

This data is recorded on the basis of Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. f GDPR. The oper­a­tor of the website has a legit­i­mate inter­est in the tech­ni­cally error free depic­tion and the opti­miza­tion of the oper­a­tor’s website. In order to achieve this, server log files must be recorded.

Contact form
If you submit inquiries to us via our contact form, the infor­ma­tion provided in the contact form as well as any contact infor­ma­tion provided therein will be stored by us in order to handle your inquiry and in the event that we have further ques­tions. We will not share this infor­ma­tion with­out your consent.

The process­ing of these data is based on Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b GDPR, if your request is related to the execu­tion of a contract or if it is neces­sary to carry out pre-contrac­tual measures. In all other cases the process­ing is based on our legit­i­mate inter­est in the effec­tive process­ing of the requests addressed to us (Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. f GDPR) or on your agree­ment (Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. a GDPR) if this has been requested.

The infor­ma­tion you have entered into the contact form shall remain with us until you ask us to erad­i­cate the data, revoke your consent to the archiv­ing of data or if the purpose for which the infor­ma­tion is being archived no longer exists (e.g. after we have concluded our response to your inquiry). This shall be with­out prej­u­dice to any manda­tory legal provi­sions – in partic­u­lar reten­tion peri­ods.

Request by e-mail, tele­phone or fax
If you contact us by e-mail, tele­phone or fax, your request, includ­ing all result­ing personal data (name, request) will be stored and processed by us for the purpose of process­ing your request. We do not pass these data on with­out your consent.

These data are processed on the basis of Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. b GDPR if your inquiry is related to the fulfill­ment of a contract or is required for the perfor­mance of pre-contrac­tual measures. In all other cases, the data are processed on the basis of our legit­i­mate inter­est in the effec­tive handling of inquiries submit­ted to us (Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. f GDPR) or on the basis of your consent (Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. a GDPR) if it has been obtained.

The data sent by you to us via contact requests remain with us until you request us to delete, revoke your consent to the stor­age or the purpose for the data stor­age lapses (e.g. after comple­tion of your request). Manda­tory statu­tory provi­sions – in partic­u­lar statu­tory reten­tion peri­ods – remain unaf­fected.

5. Social media
Insta­gram plug-in
We have inte­grated func­tions of the public media plat­form Insta­gram into this website. These func­tions are being offered by Insta­gram Inc., 1601 Willow Road, Menlo Park, CA 94025, USA.

If you are logged into your Insta­gram account, you may click the Insta­gram­but­ton to link contents from this website to your Insta­gram profile. This enables Insta­gram to allo­cate your visit to this website to your user account. We have to point out that we as the provider of the website and its pages do not have any knowl­edge of the content of the data trans­ferred and its use by Insta­gram.

Data are stored and analyzed on the basis of Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. f GDPR. The website oper­a­tor has a legit­i­mate inter­est in the high­est possi­ble visi­bil­ity on social media. If a respec­tive decla­ra­tion of consent has been obtained, the data will be processed exclu­sively on the basis of Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. a DGDPR. Any such consent may be revoked at any time.

For more infor­ma­tion on this subject, please consult Insta­grams Data Privacy Decla­ra­tion at: insta­gram.com/about/legal/privacy

6. Anal­y­sis tools and adver­tis­ing

Matomo (formerly called Piwik)
This website uses the open source web anal­y­sis service Matomo. Matomo uses so-called "cook­ies, ” which are text files that are stored on your computer and that make it possi­ble to analyse your use of this website. In conjunc­tion with this, the infor­ma­tion about the use of this website gener­ated by the cookie will be archived on our server. Prior to archiv­ing, the IP address will first be anonymized.
Matomo cook­ies will remain on your device until you delete them.

The stor­age of Matomo cook­ies and the use of this anal­y­sis tool are based on Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. f GDPR. The website oper­a­tor has a legit­i­mate inter­est in the anal­y­sis of user patterns, in order to opti­mize the oper­a­tor’s web offer­ings and adver­tis­ing. If a corre­spond­ing agree­ment has been requested (e.g. an agree­ment to the stor­age of cook­ies), the process­ing takes place exclu­sively on the basis of Art. 6 para. 1 lit. a GDPR; the agree­ment can be revoked at any time.

The infor­ma­tion gener­ated by cook­ies concern­ing the use of this website shall not be shared with any third parties. You may prevent the stor­age of cook­ies at any time by making perti­nent changes to your browser soft­ware settings; however, we have to point out that in this case you may not be able to use all of the func­tions of this website to their fullest extent.

If you do not consent to the stor­age and use of your data, you have the option to deac­ti­vate the stor­age and use of such data here. In this case, an opt out cookie will be placed in our browser, which prevent the stor­age of usage data by Matomo. If you delete your cook­ies, this will also result in the dele­tion of the Matomo opt out cookie. Hence, you will have to reac­ti­vate the opt out when you return to visit this website.

7. Newslet­ter

This website uses the services of MailChimp to send out its news­let­ters. The provider is the Rocket Science Group LLC, 675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Suite 5000, Atlanta, GA 30308, USA.

Among other things, MailChimp is a service that can be deployed to organ­ise and analyse the send­ing of news­let­ters. When­ever you enter data for the purpose of subscrib­ing to a news­let­ter (e.g. your e-mail address), the infor­ma­tion is stored on MailChimp servers in the United States.

MailChimp is in posses­sion of a certi­fi­ca­tion that is in compli­ance with the “EU-US-Privacy-Shield”. The ”Privacy-Shield” is a compact between the Euro­pean Union (EU) and the United States of Amer­ica (USA) that aims to warrant the compli­ance with Euro­pean data protec­tion stan­dards in the United States.

With the assis­tance of the MailChimp tool, we can analyse the perfor­mance of our news­let­ter campaigns. If you open an e-mail that has been sent through the MailChimp tool, a file that has been inte­grated into the e-mail (a so-called web-beacon) connects to MailChimp’s servers in the United States. As a result, it can be deter­mined whether a news­let­ter message has been opened and which links the recip­i­ent possi­bly clicked on. Tech­ni­cal infor­ma­tion is also recorded at that time (e.g. the time of access, the IP address, type of browser and oper­at­ing system). This infor­ma­tion cannot be allo­cated to the respec­tive news­let­ter recip­i­ent. Their sole purpose is the perfor­mance of statis­ti­cal analy­ses of news­let­ter campaigns. The results of such analy­ses can be used to tailor future news­let­ters to the inter­ests of their recip­i­ents more effec­tively.

If you do not want to permit an anal­y­sis by MailChimp, you must unsub­scribe from the news­let­ter. We provide a link for you to do this in every news­let­ter message. More­over, you can also unsub­scribe from the news­let­ter right on the website.

The data is processed based on your consent (Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. a GDPR). You may revoke any consent you have given at any time by unsub­scrib­ing from the news­let­ter. This shall be with­out prej­u­dice to the lawful­ness of any data process­ing trans­ac­tions that have taken place prior to your revo­ca­tion.

The data deposited with us for the purpose of subscrib­ing to the news­let­ter will be stored by us until you unsub­scribe from the news­let­ter or the news­let­ter service provider and deleted from the news­let­ter distri­bu­tion list after you unsub­scribe from the news­let­ter. Data stored for other purposes with us remain unaf­fected.

After you unsub­scribe from the news­let­ter distri­bu­tion list, your e-mail address may be stored by us or the news­let­ter service provider in a black­list to prevent future mail­ings. The data from the black­list is used only for this purpose and not merged with other data. This serves both your inter­est and our inter­est in comply­ing with the legal require­ments when send­ing news­let­ters (legit­i­mate inter­est within the mean­ing of Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f GDPR). The stor­age in the black­list is indef­i­nite. You may object to the stor­age if your inter­ests outweigh our legit­i­mate inter­est.
For more details, please consult the Data Privacy Poli­cies of MailChimp at: https://mailchimp.com/legal/terms/.

Execu­tion of a contract data process­ing agree­ment
We have executed a so-called “Data Process­ing Agree­ment” with MailChimp, in which we mandate that MailChimp under­takes to protect the data of our customers and to refrain from shar­ing it with third parties. We have executed a so-called ”Data Process­ing Agree­ment” with MailChimp, in which we mandate that MailChimp under­takes to protect the data of our customers and to refrain from shar­ing it with third parties.

8. Plug-ins and Tools

This website embeds videos of the website YouTube.
The website oper­a­tor is Google Ireland Limited ("Google”), Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland.
If you visit a page on this website into which a YouTube has been embed­ded, a connec­tion with
YouTube’s servers will be estab­lished. As a result, the YouTube server will be noti­fied, which of our pages you have visited.
Further­more, YouTube will be able to place vari­ous cook­ies on your device. With the assis­tance of these cook­ies, YouTube will be able to obtain infor­ma­tion about this website’s visi­tors. Among other things, this infor­ma­tion will be used to gener­ate video statis­tics with the aim of improv­ing the user friend­li­ness of the site and to prevent attempts to commit fraud. These cook­ies will stay on your device until you delete them.
If you are logged into your YouTube account while you visit our site, you enable YouTube to directly allo­cate your brows­ing patterns to your personal profile. You have the option to prevent this by logging out of your YouTube account.
The use of YouTube is based on our inter­estin present­ing our online content in an appeal­ing manner. Pursuant to Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. f GDPR, this is a legit­i­mate inter­est. If a corre­spond­ing agree­ment has been requested, the process­ing takes place exclu­sively on the basis of Art. 6 para. 1 lit. a GDPR; the agree­ment can be revoked at any time.
For more infor­ma­tion on how YouTube handles user data, please consult the YouTube Data Privacy Policy under: https://vimeo.com/privacy.

9. Custom Services
Job Appli­ca­tions
We offer website visi­tors the oppor­tu­nity to submit job appli­ca­tions to us (e.g. via e-mail, via postal services on by submit­ting the online job appli­ca­tion form). Below, we will brief you on the scope, purpose and use of the personal data collected from you in conjunc­tion with the appli­ca­tion process. We assure you that the collec­tion, process­ing and use of your data will occur in compli­ance with the appli­ca­ble data privacy rights and all other statu­tory provi­sions and that your data will always be treated as strictly confi­den­tial.

Scope and purpose of the collec­tion of data
If you submit a job appli­ca­tion to us, we will process any affil­i­ated personal data (e.g. contact and commu­ni­ca­tions data, appli­ca­tion docu­ments, notes taken during job inter­views, etc.), if they are required to make a deci­sion concern­ing the estab­lish­ment or an employ­ment rela­tion­ship. The legal grounds for the afore­men­tioned are § 26 New GDPR accord­ing to German Law (Nego­ti­a­tion of an Employ­ment Rela­tion­ship), Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. b GDPR (General Contract Nego­ti­a­tions) and – provided you have given us your consent – Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. a GDPR. You may revoke any consent given at any time. Within our company, your personal data will only be shared with indi­vid­u­als who are involved in the process­ing of your job appli­ca­tion.

If your job appli­ca­tion should result in your recruit­ment, the data you have submit­ted will be archived on the grounds of § 26 New GDPR and Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. b GDPR for the purpose of imple­ment­ing the employ­ment rela­tion­ship in our data process­ing system.

Data Archiv­ing Period
If we are unable to make you a job offer or you reject a job offer or with­draw your appli­ca­tion, we reserve the right to retain the data you have submit­ted on the basis of our legit­i­mate inter­ests (Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f GDPR) for up to 6 months from the end of the appli­ca­tion proce­dure (rejec­tion or with­drawal of the appli­ca­tion). After­wards the data will be deleted, and the phys­i­cal appli­ca­tion docu­ments will be destroyed. The stor­age serves in partic­u­lar as evidence in the event of a legal dispute. If it is evident that the data will be required after
the expiry of the 6-month period (e.g. due to an impend­ing or pend­ing legal dispute), dele­tion will only take place when the purpose for further stor­age no longer applies.
Longer stor­age may also take place if you have given your agree­ment (Arti­cle 6 (1) (a) GDPR) or if statu­tory data reten­tion require­ments preclude the dele­tion.


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