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Jochen Hempel Leipzig

Jochen Hempel Leipzig

Private Gallery
Jochen Hempel Leipzig Jochen Hempel Gallery opened in July 2011 and continues the work of Dogenhaus Galerie.

Dogenhaus Galerie was founded in 1992 in Leipzig, Germany by its owner and director Jochen Hempel. Between 1993 and 1998, Jochen Hempel also ran a project space in Berlin, called Dogenhaus Projekte Berlin in addition to the Leipzig gallery.

Dogenhaus´s longstanding collaborations with artists and collectors create an excellent basis for the work of Jochen Hempel Gallery. The gallery is based at Baumwollspinnerei Leipzig, a former industrial site, which developed to a lively place for contemporary art. The old steam engine hall, where the gallery is located, offers a unique exhibition space with flexible walls. The gallery is set over 3,800 square feet and includes the main exhibition space with a height of about 75 feet. The versatility and scale of the space has allowed the gallery to strive towards fulfilling its commitment to museum quality presentations in its approach to exhibiting its artists.

Jochen Hempel Gallery start working with a new focus and a more concentrated program. The gallery will focus on new fresh international artists such as Julius Popp, Tilo Schulz and Oliver Kossack and will also represent major mid career artists like Esko Männikkö and Ulf Puder as well as some established artists like Beat Streuli and Stephan Balkenhol.

In addition to mounting gallery exhibitions Jochen Hempel Gallery also run a public wall in front of the gallery for development of a parallel programme of experimental off projects.
Foundation year: 1992
Director(s): Jochen Hempel
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