We cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition “Hans-Christian Schink | Hinterland” on Friday, March 22, at 7 pm.

Hans-Christian Schink, born in Erfurt in 1961, studied at the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig. He is considered one of the most important representatives of contemporary photography in Germany. His works, mostly landscape studies in the field of tension between nature and civilization, are exhibited internationally and can be found in important public and private collections. With “Hinterland” the gallery presents Schink’s latest body of work.

Hinterland means the sparsely populated areas off the big cities, in this series especially the remote regions of Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern,” explains Hans-Christian Schink. “On the other hand, the title Hinterland also refers to the imaginary landscapes that emerge from my memory. Landscapes that I know from my childhood.” And he goes on: “So this series is not about portraying concrete places. My pictures are more the result of a search without a destination.” In his project, Hans-Christian Schink tries to keep a balance of showing the brittle beauty of this form of landscape whilst transporting an atmosphere of melancholy, which stems from the endangerment of this landscape caused by the permanent exploitation of its resources.

Opening Reception:
on Friday, March 22,  7-9 pm
from March 23 to May 4, 2019

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Robert Morat Galerie is thrilled to announce that Michael Wolf has joined the gallery for representation in Germany! Please sign on to our newsletter to stay in the loop for upcoming events.

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Ute Mahler and Werner Mahler‘s hugely successful publication of “Kleinstadt”, put out by Hartmann Projetcs, is now available in its second print run! We still have 5 signed copies of the first edition left at the gallery! The exhibition of the beautiful prints from the series is up until March 16! Don‘t miss it! For more info on the show, please click below!

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Robert Morat Galerie has now joined ARTLAND. The App allows 3D virtual tours of our exhibitions and provides info about pieces on display. Check it out!

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We are kicking off the new year and look forward to seeing you at our first Opening Reception 2019 on Friday, January 18.

Ute & Werner Mahler | Kleinstadt (Small Town)

Ute and Werner Mahler (born 1949 and 1950), were key figures in photography in the former GDR and co-founded the renowned photography agency Ostkreuz after the fall of the Wall. After having pursued successful careers for decades independently, the couple presented their first joint project in 2011, a series of black-and-white portraits titled “Monalisas of the Suburbs”. In 2014, a second joint project followed, “The Strange Days”, a series of large format landscape studies.

Now the couple presents a new joint project and its third joint publication, “Kleinstadt” (Hartmann Projects), an expedition to the German hinterland. A visit to the small German town, which consists of the pictures of many small towns: from Arzberg over Bitterfeld, Hofgeismar, Pasewalk and Zimmern to Waden and Zehdenick. “We have been interested in this topic for a long time, we worked on suburbs and non-exciting places before. We wanted to visit cities that are not in any travel guide and that are too far from the highway for people to pass through,” explains Ute Mahler in an interview with ZEIT Magazin. “These places are biotopes in which life seems manageable. Where there is great community, but also strong social control. Where there are no attractions, the little things become exciting.”

Opening Reception:
on Friday, January 18, at 7 pm
from January 19 to March 16, 2019

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We kindly invite all of our friends to the 27th edition of Fototreff, taking place on Saturday, Jan. 12, starting at 7pm! Gallery artist Peter Bialobrzeski will be the main guest this evening and we highly recommend a short stop at our gallery beforehand to have a closer look at his “City Diaries”. Last chance!

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With his current show of “City Diaries” at our Linienstraße space about to come down at the end of next week, gallery artist Peter Bialobrzeski is already in preparations for his next Berlin show! “Die zweite Heimat” will open at Haus am Kleistpark on Thursday, Jan. 10 at 7pm!

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We are looking back at an extraordinarily successful year for the gallery, both at the art fairs we attented in 2018 (San Francisco, London and Paris) as well as in the Berlin space. We want to thank the collectors and clients who trusted our judgment, the many visitors who came to see our shows for their keen interest and the fabulous group of people who help the gallery in every aspect! Lastly but not least we thank all artists we repesent for their trust and friendship!

December 23rd to January 3rd 2019 the gallery is closed.

Happy holidays and a good start into the new year everyone!

Image: Ron Jude – “Abandoned Cabin”


Peter Bialobrzeski “Wuhan Diary” – Book Launch & Signing on Saturday, Dec. 15, 3-5pm! Seven books of Bialobrzeski’s long term project of photographic “City Diaries” have already been published by The Velvet Cell. The eighth publication, on the city of Wuhan in China, is now out and will be presented at the gallery. Save the date!

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Robert Morat Galerie is pleased to announce that on Friday, Dec. 7 at 10am Goethe-Institut Paris in cooperation with The Eyes Magazine will host an artist talk / exhibition tour / breakfast with Rémi Coignet and Jessica Backhaus on occasion of her current show “Eternity in an Hour” on display at Goethe-Institut Paris until Jan. 8, 2019. Please come by if you are in town!


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Robert Morat Galerie is very much looking forward to the opening of a new show at our gallery in Berlin! Peter Bialobrzeski‘s “City Diaries” opens on Thursday, Nov. 15 at 7pm. We are looking forward to seeing you!

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Robert Morat Galerie is delighted to invite you to Jessica Backhaus’ exhibition titled „Eternity in an Hour“ in Paris!

The exhibition will be shown in cooperation with Goethe-Institute during PARIS PHOTO.
Opening reception on Thursday, Nov. 8 at 7pm.

17 Rue d’Iéna
75016 Paris

Make sure not to miss it!

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Robert Morat Galerie gearing up into fair mode and getting ready for PARIS PHOTO! The fair kicks off at Grand Palais in Paris on November 7. You will find us in booth A36, where we will present works by Roger Eberhard, Andrea Grützner, Bill Jacobson, Mårten Lange and Claudius Schulze. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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