The FeldbuschWiesner gallery has been plucking spritely young contemporary artists from obscurity and grooming them for the big time since 2005. Based in Mitte, surrounded by the multiplicity of topnotch public and private galleries in the area, this space offers its artists a solid platform for their work.
The gallery defines itself as a mediator for singular positions and artists who endeavor to follow their individual practices in a headstrong manner. They put the priority on cooperation and discourse with their artists and collectors, without committing to any specific artistic practices. Their exhibition series refreshingly avoids any predictable thematic or generic traps, so look out for the dynamic photographic duo Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs, celebrated Swiss installation artist Daniele Buetti, and video artist Magdalena von Rudy.