Galerie Poll - Berlin - Deutschland

In 1968 Galerie Poll was founded by Eva and Lothar C. Poll in the Charlottenburger Niebuhrstraße. Later they moved to the Kurfürstendamm and finally in 1979 to the Lützowplatz. For thirty years this has been the seat of Galerie Eva Poll, a real institution in the gallery business. In September 2009 Galerie Eva Poll left this long-serving place and moved to Mitte into the landmarked former vicarage of the destroyed Garnisonskirche that is located between the Museumsinsel and Hackescher Markt.

Together with Galleria 9, a gallery dealing with classical modern art from Rome, Galerie Poll moved into the new contiguous premises and opened on the 18th September 2009.

Among the artist who have been represented by the gallery from the beginning on, like Peter Sorge and Maina-Miriam Munsky, artworks of well-established artists like Volker Stelzmann, Maxim Kantor, Joachim Schmettau, Sabina Grzimek and Hans Scheib are exposed in regular exhibitions. Artists from Italy, like Gabriele Mucchi (1899-2002) as well as those from France and Spain extend the range of variety of the gallery. Since the eighties also Russian artists are incorporated into the inventory of artists and their works have been presented in theme exhibits like “Szene Moskau” (”Scene Moscow”) and “Kriegsfibel für Nachgeborene” (”Reader of War for Later-Borns”). Under the issue “Junge Kunst” (”Young art”) the gallery offers a forum to young post-graduated artists since spring 2001.

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