Kahmann Gallery will move into a new location in Berlin on March 4 and 5. In addition to its Amsterdam and Rotterdam branches, the photo gallery will expand to the Hohenzollerndam building in the German capital. This progressive move is part of the gallery’s long-term vision. Kahmann Gallery, based in Amsterdam’s Jordaan neighborhood since 2004, has developed a fruitful relationship with the city of Berlin in recent years. “With this expansion we are giving shape to the warm bond with the many relationships in Germany that we are eager to deepen,” said Roy Kahmann.
A vibrant epicenter in the making
The new space is located on the Hohenzollerdamm corner Uhlandstrasse against the bustling heart of Berlin. The corner building covers 250 m² and will show the collection of Udo Krollmann and Kahmann in its first exhibition. An excellent opportunity and suitable match for Kahmann Gallery.
In the future, the gallery space will be dedicated not only to compact and lively exhibitions, but also exclusive events. The first screening will be an exhibition of the works of photographers Marcus Schaefer, Rutger ten Broeke, Neeltje de Vries, Sara Punt, duo Schilte & Portielje and new talents Asha Swillens and Sam Warnaar, among others, who have been represented by Kahmann Gallery for many years. The artists, although every one of them in their unique way, all have something in common – a perfect symbiosis of the body and form. Beautifully monochromatic, yet set in warm tones, they define the signature of the timeless collection. It is all about where vision and approach meet aesthetics.
Grand opening 4 & 5 march from 12:00-19:00.
Hohenzollerndamm 196, 10717, Berlin, Germany
February 28, 2023 to March 31, 2023