Martin Werthmann, Catastrophe as Space, 2020, Installation, Monotype woodblock print on paper with Souns-installation, 1450 cm diameter
Courtesy: HELDENREIZER Contemporary, 2020, Photo: Bernhard Rohnke
Discursivity and diversity form the DNA of HELDENREIZER Contemporary’s gallery programme. The artists we represent and exhibit do not only pose the variety of contemporary art at the highest international level, but also shape with their artistic practices the present discourses in a significant and ground-breaking way.
In this respect, since its foundation in February 2018, the gallery has been realising a carefully curated and differentiated programme, which is discursively shaped by the continuous participation of curators, museums and scholars from all over the world. Numerous high-quality, scholarly publications as well as innovative books have accompanied the gallery’s programme since its inauguration.
HELDENREIZER Contemporary is currently collaborating with 11 emerging artists of the younger and middle generations, including Krištof Kintera, Ramin & Rokni Haerizadeh and Hesam Rahmanian, Angela Anzi and Martin Werthmann. In our quest to present the best in cutting-edge contemporary art, we regularly expand our programme to set new impulses and standards. Founded by art historian and publicist Marcus Trautner, HELDENREIZER Contemporary gallery in Munich has since its opening in February 2018 staged five to six group and solo exhibitions annually. In December 2019 the gallery moved into its new exhibition space at Türkenstraße 32, located directly in the heart of the ‘Kunstareal’ – the city’s artistic quarter – opposite the Museum Brandhorst and the Pinakothek der Moderne.