Moritz Scheper

The artist depicts the archetypal women of the golden age of film – or reveals them through their absence

By Moritz Scheper
Nil Yalter, Pixelismus (detail), 1996, 24 parts: oil, gold paint, and acrylic on canvas, each 47 x 42 cm. Courtesy and photograph: © the artist

With Art Cologne opening its doors, a selection of exhibitions around town

By Moritz Scheper

More than ten years after his death, an exhibition at Galerie Nagel Draxler, Cologne, sheds new light on the conceptual sharpness of the artist

By Moritz Scheper

From tarot cards to AA flyers, the artist’s installation at Lucas Hirsch, Düsseldorf, sketches out a precarious existence

By Moritz Scheper

An exhibition at LC Queisser, Tbilisi, highlights how the artist invents new forms of touching a canvas

By Moritz Scheper

Homoerotic vulnerability marks the late artist's delicate portrayals of imaginary men at Delmes & Zander, Cologne

By Moritz Scheper

The best shows in Düsseldorf and Cologne for the 10th anniversary of DC Open and 2nd edition of the Okey-Dokey gallery-share

By Moritz Scheper

The artist brings subtle grandeur to Dortmunder Kunstverein with a series of luxuriant installations, alluding to pleasure, pain and transcendence

By Moritz Scheper

At Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, cheap post-modern furniture becomes a symbol of failed social and economic integration

By Moritz Scheper

Galerie Kadel Willborn, Düsseldorf, Germany

By Moritz Scheper

Van Horn, Düsseldorf, Germany 

By Moritz Scheper
Julia Scher, The Schürmann House, 1991, installation view, Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, 2017. Courtesy: Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover; photograph: Raimund Zakowski

Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, Germany

By Moritz Scheper