Contact
Schlesische Strasse 29
street front, third floor
10997 Berlin

+49 (0)30 6920 6540
info@dangunn.de
dangunn.de

 

About the Gallery
Founded in Kreuzberg, Berlin in 2012, Dan Gunn is devoted to fostering an international program of both emerging and established artists, with an emphasis on rigorous, concept-driven exhibitions of performance, installation, sculpture, and video. In addition to regular solo exhibitions of new work by represented artists, including Michael Smith, Vaginal Davis, Alessio delli Castelli, Ryan McLaughlin, Alexandra Navratil, and Tracey Rose, the gallery presents non-commercial loan exhibitions of historical works. It also hosts at least one exhibition per year organized by an external guest curator, such as “The Finger that Shows the Moon Never Moons” (2017), curated by Övül O. Durmuşoğl, “Let the Body Be Electric, Let There Be Whistleblowers,” curated by Heidi Ballet and Anselm Franke (2014), and “Bruscky Invent’s” (2016), the first German solo exhibition of Brazilian artist Paulo Bruscky, curated by Christiana Tejo.

Images

Ryan McLaughlin
Exhibition view of space shared by Adams and Ollman and Dan Gunn at Independent New York, 2018. 
Courtesy of Independent. Photo: Etienne Frossard. 

The Finger that Shows the Moon Never Moons
Marie-Louise Ekman, Azin Feizabadi, Rodrigo Hernández, Renato Leotta, Evelyn Taocheng Wang, Viron Vert, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Susanne Winterling 
curated by Övül O. Durmuşoğlu
22 April - 24 June 2017
Courtesy of Dan Gunn.

MUSA PARADISIACA
Masters of Velocity
26 November – 11 February
Courtesy of Dan Gunn.

MICHAEL SMITH
Timeline (1951 – 2016)
17 September – 12 November 2016
Courtesy of Dan Gunn
 

ALEXANDRA NAVRATIL
The Night Side
23 April – 25 June 2016
Courtesy of Dan Gunn

PAULO BRUSCKY
BRUSCKY INVENT’s
curated by Cristiana Tejo
28 November 2015 – 19 March 2016
Courtesy of Dan Gunn
 

TRACEY ROSE
Lassooing with the Post Colonial Pirates
12 September – 07 November 2015
Courtesy of Dan Gunn.
 


Let The Body Be Electric, 
Let There Be Whistleblowers
Allison Gibbs, Ken Jacobs, Joachim Koester 
curated by Heidi Ballet and Anselm Franke
13 September – 08 November 2014
Courtesy of Dan Gunn.