GROUP SHOW Now You See It, Now You Don’t

February 14, 19'February 17, 19'

Now You See It, Now You Don’t brings together artists from Denmark, France, Israel and the UK in a group show where each selected artist presents a moment of critical reflection on the instability of the visible. Jazbo GrossVictoria KaldanGal LeshemLouise MadsenFreddie MasonJoseph WinterCamille Yvert A magic trick performed for a child. Now You See […]

PAUL WAAK Happiness

February 28, 19'March 14, 19'

Paul Waak is happy to show you his work. Drawings, paintings and sculptures explore the radical bliss of today. Through a process of obsessive repetition, digital deformation and recombination Waak develops intuitive metaphors for existential truths. Fond memories and immediate intimacy, violence and innocence, the endless potential of what is yet to come. Does this […]

LIAM S. WATERS Transient Bodies

March 29, 19'April 15, 19'

Developments in modern medicine have facilitated a fusion of the body and the technological, such that our collective understanding of what it means to be human is now, more than ever, uncertain. Humans and machines are engaged in a complex symbiotic relationship, with biomedical science at the helm of human-technological development. Where once medical sciences […]


May 3, 19'May 17, 19'

Brodie Kaman’s latest body of work, Fever Spiral, presents a small collection of screen and digital prints that focus on the interrelation between self reflection, fear and acceptance, a complex that has often motivated his work. For this series, Kaman combines a DIY aesthetic with doggedly abstract graphics to create bold and experimental visual planes. […]

ASHKAN SAHIHI The Last Supper Weserstr.

May 24, 19'June 7, 19'

The configuration is universally familiar: in the centre sits a figure, eyes downcast, arms open in the sturdy form of a triangle. To the left and right, many gesturing hands vie for attention, while the figures to which the hands belong are positioned along the far side of a long table, variously seated and standing […]

ANNA GILLE All of nature unspoiled – beautiful – beautiful

June 14, 19'July 1, 19'

“It was possibly one of the oldest roads in the world. I found it hard to think of a time when there was no road there because the trees and the tall hills and the fine views of bogland had been arranged by wise hands for the pleasing picture they made when looked at from […]

MARKUS LIEHR Sotheby’s Series

July 4, 19'July 15, 19'

Curated by OWGallery: The SOTHEBY’S SERIES was created after a month long stay in Los Angeles and Las Vegas – a place where the perception of time, space and value of money quickly becomes blurred. When passing by a Sotheby’s window in Santa Monica, California, the artist was surprised to find that the 1744 auction house […]


July 19, 19'July 31, 19'

For her first exhibition at Weserhalle, Alexandra Müller (b. 1988, Rostock, Germany) presents OK COOL, a new body of work featuring a selection of vibrant multi-media wall hangings and knitted sculptures. Sitting somewhere between two- and three- dimensional art, OK COOL draws together Müller’s work as an illustrator with her interest in fibre arts and […]


August 2, 19'August 18, 19'

No Fish is an exhibition and artist’s book (Galerie 5b, 2019) by Berlin-based American artist Sarah Schneider, whose work draws from her experiences traveling between Switzerland, Italy, and Greece in the summer of 2016. Using an amalgam of found images to structure her painting, Schneider layers these references in a composite of history and personal […]

JEONG HWA MIN Houseplants

August 30, 19'September 18, 19'

For her second exhibition at Weserhalle, artist Jeong Hwa Min presents Houseplants, a series of poly- and monochromatic graphic illustrations that are both bold and minimal in composition. Working primarily with airbrush painting using self-cut stencils, Jeong Hwa combines these techniques in a practice to experiment with the synthesis of geometric and organic shapes. She cites […]