Sprüth Magers

The Berlin-based gallery wins for an outstanding gallery presentation at Frieze London

With exhibitions at more than 45 official participating venues, here’s our guide of what not to miss during Berlin Art Week

By Emily McDermott
John Bock, Unheil (2018), Set photo with Frank Seppeler. © John Bock. Courtesy Sprüth Magers. Photography: Martin Sommer


24 Nov
19 Jan
Thomas Demand, Cavern, 2018, Framed Pigment Print, 65,7 x 136 cm. © Thomas Demand, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2018. Courtesy Sprüth Magers


24 Nov
19 Jan
David Ostrowski, 'F (Freischwinger)', 2018. © David Ostrowski. Courtesy Sprüth Magers. Photography: Mareike Tocha, Köln


28 Nov
19 Jan

‘When I opened Monika Sprüth Galerie, only very few German gallerists represented women artists’

By Pablo Larios

From a preview of Konrad Fischer’s new space, to Simon Fujiwara’s thought-provoking commentary on gender bias

By Hili Perlson

All three galleries of Sprüth Magers’s Berlin space are given over to the late artist’s painterly evolution, much of which is long unseen

By John Quin

Q. If you could live with only one piece of art what would it be? A. Las Meninas (1656), my first art-love. 

By David Lamelas

Wayne Thiebaud in conversation with Thomas Demand

By Thomas Demand
Reinhard Mucha, ‘Frankfurter Block. Arbeiten am  Hohlkasten 1981–2014’, (Frankfurt Block. Working the Box-Girder 1981–2014), 2014,  installation view

Sprüth Magers, Berlin, Germany

By Kirsty Bell