Peter Halley and Keltie Ferris first met sometime in the mid-2000s, at the height of the abstract painting revival. Halley, a pioneering Neo-Conceptualist renowned for his disciplined grids, was head of painting and printmaking at the Yale School of Art; Ferris, a graduate student with a knack for wielding fluid materials like spray paint.
The artist Thomas Arnolds is in conversation with the curator Martin Germann.
Klemm’s is pleased to present ‚RUN (Disegno und Farbe)‘, the first solo exhibition by Thomas Arnolds in the gallery.
Looking back at Berlin Gallery Weekend 2020, one of our highlights was to take part in the K60 group exhibition at the newly renovated Wilhelm-Hallen.
In our exhibition throwback series, we are diving into past exhibitions, in and out of institutional contexts, by artists of the gallery. Starting the series with ‚Duktusinduziert‘ a solo exhibition by Thomas Arnolds at the Leopold-Hoesch Museum in Düren, Germany. Which took place between DEC9, 2018 and MAR 10, 2019. To go further into the…