Dorothée Nilsson Gallery
Dorothée Nilsson, who has directed the Berlin location of Grundemark Nilsson Gallery from 2010 until its closure in 2017, continues her work under her own name at Potsdamer Str. 65 in Berlin.
Dorothée Nilsson Gallery carries its predecessor’s international portfolio forward with a focus on the new generation of photography-based artists, rounded out by established icons from Scandinavia. The gallery represents artists who use photography as a starting point for conceptual and interdisciplinary practices that span performance, sculpture, and installation. The gallery program encompasses a broad spectrum of approaches, ranging from experimental approaches to the photographic medium to critical engagements with representation and social issues.
Each year, the gallery will produce five to six exhibitions in Berlin. Artist talks and panel discussions will take place alongside the exhibition program. In addition, Dorothée Nilsson Gallery will regularly take part in international art and photography fairs.
Christer Strömholm – Dawid – Henrik Strömberg – Inka and Niclas – Johan Österholm – Julia Peirone – Margot Wallard – Martin Mlecko – Martina Hoogland Ivanow – Sascha Weidner – Susa Templin – Yuken Teruya – Yvon Chabrowski