Extended opening hours before the holidays in BerlinPosted 18.12.21
Tuesday and Wednesday 21 – 22 December, 10 am – 6 pm
Tuesday and Wednesday 21 – 22 December, 10 am – 6 pm
BORCH Gallery is open on Sunday, 5 Dec, 12 – 6 pm.
In celebration of the book publication No Plan at All: How the Danish Printshop of Niels Borch Jensen Redefined Artists’ Prints for the Contemporary World, BORCH Gallery, Berlin, presents prints from the printmaking studio’s extensive history since 1979.
Exhibition prolonged until 20 November, 2021.
We are excited to present our first collaboration with Ragnar Kjartansson at BORCH Gallery, Berlin.
In the conversation with curator and art advisor Gilles Neiens, Kjartansson talks about selected prints from the portfolio ‘Repent’, a suite of twenty-five etchings, and the seven large-scale woodcuts from the ‘Fire’ series.
In the conversation with Jenny Graser, curator at Kupferstichkabinett (Museum for Prints and Drawing) in Berlin, Mehretu speaks about the creation of the four prints, the background of the titles, and the significance of printmaking for her practice.
BORCH Editions is delighted to present the group exhibition Synergies in Berlin, opening Friday 13 August 2021
Join us for extended opening hours as part of Gallery Weekend Berlin Summer Special:
18 – 20 June, 12 – 7 pm
BORCH Gallery & Editions present ‘Slouching Towards Bethlehem’ by Julie Mehretu as part of Gallery Weekend Berlin.
We are open by appointment from Thursday, March 11, 2021.
Opening hours: Tue – Sat 11 am – 5 pm
We are switching our lights on again: In addition to a sneak peek of Tal R’s most recent print projects, Adidas Boy (2020) and : tingsted (2019), we will show woodcuts and monotypes by Alexander Tovborg.
We are switching our lights on for you again: Get a sneak peek of our new exhibition with Tal R’s most recent print projects ‘Adidas Boy’ (2020) and ‘: tingsted’ (2019).
BORCH Gallery & Editions are delighted to present Tal R’s most recent print projects Adidas Boy (2020) and : tingsted (2019) in Berlin.
We are all switching our lights on as part of the SUNDAY OPEN – LIGHTS ON! initiative organized by INDEX. Sunday, 7 February, 12 – 6pm
Due to the current health situation, our Berlin gallery will be closed until further notice. Our upcoming exhibition with prints by Tal R is postponed accordingly.
BORCH Gallery & Editions are delighted to present a series of monoprints by the late Danish artist Per Kirkeby (1938–2018).
BORCH Gallery is delighted about the participation in EMOP – European Month of Photography from 1 through 31 October 2020.
BORCH Gallery returns to its regular opening hours: Tue – Sat, 11 am – 6 pm
BORCH Gallery is delighted to present photogravures and the video installation ‘Elsewhere’ (2018) by Fiona Tan in the exhibition ‘Ideas of Utopia’.
BORCH Gallery is delighted to present the exhibition ‘Ideas of Utopia’ with photogravure projects and the video-installation ‘Elsewhere’ (2018) by Fiona Tan as part of Gallery Weekend Berlin 2020.
‘Abstraction allows man to see with his mind what he cannot see physically with his eyes… Abstract art enables the artist to perceive beyond the tangible, to extract the infinite out of the finite. It is the emancipation of the mind. It is an exploration into unknown areas.’–Arshile Gorky
BORCH Gallery & Editions is delighted to present selected print projects by Al Taylor, Alan Uglow, Stanley Whitney, and John Zurier at its Berlin gallery space.
Berlin galleries open their doors.
BORCH Gallery is delighted to participate in the second edition of SUNDAY OPEN organised by INDEX.
BORCH Gallery is delighted to participate in the inaugural SUNDAY OPEN organised by INDEX.
BORCH Gallery & Editions is delighted to present print projects by Tacita Dean, Ólafur Elíasson, Robin Rhode, Matt Saunders, Thomas Scheibitz, and Danh Vō.
The common denominator for all six is Berlin: The city they live and work in. This presentation aims to celebrate the city in a discreet but invigorating way, a ‘Welcome back, Berlin.’
BORCH Gallery Berlin presents a group exhibition of prints by three new collaborators: Marina Adams, Mamma Andersson, and Virginia Overton.
BORCH Gallery Berlin is delighted to present Alexander Tovborg’s amor fati II, a series woodcuts and monotypes centered around the Roman Catholic saint and French national heroine Joan of Arc.
Coinciding with Berlin Art Week, BORCH Gallery & Editions present two print projects by Huma Bhabha. In the series ‘Leochicospeedy’, Bhabha combined photogravure with etching techniques. The three portraits from ‘The Unsubs’ are classic black-and-white etchings.
BORCH Gallery & Editions is pleased to present Duets, an exhibition of new works by Matt Saunders. Centered around a series of monotypes, the exhibition extends Saunders’ ongoing collaboration with BORCH to encompass new ways of working with print and situates the artist’s print work into the larger context of his practice in painting and video.
BORCH Gallery is delighted to welcome Jan Svenungsson for a conversation with Dr. Andreas Schalhorn, Kupferstichkabinett Berlin, and Niels Borch Jensen about Svenungsson’s book ‘Making Prints and Thinking About It.’
BORCH Gallery is delighted to welcome Jacob Thage, director of Museum Jorn, Silkeborg, DK, for a conversation with Niels Borch Jensen. The talk will revolve around the reappearance of 52 Asger Jorn linoleum plates after more than 70 years and what significance they have in the context of Asger Jorn’s wider oeuvre.
A suitcase containing 52 linocuts, created by Asger Jorn between 1933 and 1939, was found a few years ago in his brother’s basement in Denmark. Jorn had asked him to look after it for him and it only resurfaced more than 70 years later.
BORCH Gallery & Editions are excited to present John Zurier’s new etchings and monotypes. With artist talk between John Zurier and Mark art historian/curator Gisbourne
BORCH Gallery & Editions are excited to open the Berlin gallery’s new location with a group exhibition on contemporary photogravure. The exhibition features classic print projects by Thomas Demand and Elmgreen & Dragset alongside the print studio’s first collaboration with Markus Draper.
BORCH Gallery & Editions are proud to present Tacita Dean’s Quarantania, the print studio’s most ambitious print project to date. The large-scale colour photogravure is created specifically for Dean’s London exhibition Tacita Dean: LANDSCAPE, PORTRAT, STILL LIFE.
BORCH Gallery & Editions are excited to present the result of their first collaboration with Thomas Zipp in Berlin. The exhibition entitled abstract pleasures features the artist’s print project of the same title and is supplemented by the work Blessed (2015, courtesy Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin).
Coinciding with his solo exhibition at the Saint Louis Art Museum, Matt Saunders is presenting his latest series of large-scale etchings in Niels Borch Jensen’s Berlin gallery. The exhibition marks the occasion of Galerienhaus Berlin’s 10th anniversary.
BORCH Gallery & Editions are excited to present the result of their first collaboration with Thomas Scheibitz in Berlin. The exhibition features the portfolio T.O.A.H., a suite of 21 works in a variety of printing techniques.
For his first collaboration with BORCH Editions, Stanley Whitney created large-scale coloured monotypes alongside a series of eight black-and-white etchings. The Berlin solo presentation of the works will coincide with the artist’s participation in documenta 14.
BORCH Gallery & Editions are excited to present Iñaki Bonillas’ photogravure projects in Berlin. The solo exhibition entitled Escritura nocturna (Nocturnal Writing) features the artist’s latest project of the same name alongside the series A Storm of Secondary Things.
BORCH Gallery & Editions are thrilled to present the print shop’s first collaboration with John Zurier, in the solo exhibition Summer Book in our Berlin gallery.
As part of this year’s European Month of Photography, BORCH Gallery & Editions show works by Lewis Baltz, Tacita Dean, Olafur Eliasson, Adam Jeppesen, Clay Ketter, and Boris Mikhailov. The exhibition investigates the medium of photogravure, offering a survey of its spectrum of conceptual possibilities.
BORCH Gallery & Editions are excited to present the print shop’s first collaboration with American artist Julie Mehretu. The monumental work entitled Epigraph, Damascus will see its inaugural exhibition in Berlin.
BORCH Gallery is bringing Per Kirkeby’s latest etchings and monotypes to Berlin. The solo exhibition Serial Thinking will demonstrate the crucial role that printmaking plays in the context of Kirkeby’s artistic œuvre.
BORCH Gallery is dedicating its first exhibition in 2016 to works by Carsten Höller, SUPERFLEX and Danh Vo. Bringing their latest projects to Berlin, the show will demonstrate the diverse ways in which contemporary artists translate their conceptual work approach into the medium of photogravure.
BORCH Gallery & Editions are pleased to present the latest results of our two-decade-long collaboration with Tal R. His solo exhibition A Happy Madness of Colors will gather the artist’s most recent woodcuts and etchings, many of which have never been shown in Berlin before.
We are looking very much forward to present the results of our collaboration with Matt Saunders in a solo exhibition in our Berlin Gallery.
BORCH Gallery & Editions is pleased to present the results of our 25-year long collaboration with Georg Baselitz. The exhibition ‘Baselitz druckt’ shows a range of works including new etchings – all of them produced in our print shop in Copenhagen.
BORCH Gallery is proud to present for the first time in Berlin the Flora Danica project which was inaugurated in 2012 on occasion of an exhibition at the Natural History Museum of Denmark telling the story of one of the worlds most comprehensive and ambitious encyclopaedias of botany, the “Icones Florae Danicae” also known as Flora Danica.
Arturo Herrera’s recent works for this exhibition pay tribute to the history of dance. The works take as their starting point a book of photographs by the late Russian-French Serge Lido entitled Danse, published in 1947, from which the exhibition borrows its name.
BORCH Gallery is delighted to present a survey exhibition of works celebrating the past 35 years at the print shop in Copenhagen and 15 years at the gallery in Berlin. We are bringing together works made in our print shop from the early days to the present, showcasing a range of techniques and artists from across the globe.
BORCH Gallery is delighted to present a series of photogravure portraits of Jean-Michel Basquiat by Nicholas Taylor.
BORCH Gallery is honored to introduce for the first time in Germany the photographic work of Danish artist Richard Winther. This is the second collaborative exhibition between Niels Borch Jensen and Gallery Taik Persons.
BORCH Gallery is delighted to invite you to an exhibition of Tacita Dean’s latest print project: ‘Quatemary’ is a contructed landscape of post-apocalpytic ruin, composed of found 19th Century albumen prints merged with the artist’s writings and drawings.
BORCH Gallery & Editions is delighted to announce an exhibition of two projects by Iñaki Bonillas and Sandra Vasquez de la Horra, to be exhibited at the gallery for the first time.
BORCH Gallery is pleased to present a collaborative exhibition with Gallery Taik Persons featuring the works of three Danish artists: Olafur Eliasson, and Adam Jeppesen presented by Niels Borch Jensen, and Joakim Eskildsen presented by Taik Persons.
BORCH Gallery is pleased to present our first exhibition with the Los Angeles-based artist Thaddeus Strode
BORCH Gallery is proud to present new print projects by Tacita Dean, Carsten Höller and Danh Vō.