From 1983 to 1990, Volker Diehl was a partner in Folker Skulima’s gallery and represented artists such as Leiko Ikemura, Jaume Plensa, Ray Smith, Rosemarie Trockel and Martin Assig. In 1990 Diehl took over the space at Niebuhrstraße 2 and renamed the gallery Galerie Volker Diehl. The gallery concept is somewhat off the mainstream. It aims at artists with a special individual attitude.
From 2000 to 2011, the gallery was located in Zimmerstraße in Berlin-Mitte (until 2007) and in Lindenstraße in the Kreuzberg district. In autumn 2011, Diehl moved back to the former space in Niebuhrstraße in Charlottenburg. In September 2013, “Diehl Cube”, a project space in Emser Straße in Wilmersdorf, was added, in which exhibitions were shown 24/7, like a shop window, until 2018.
Galerie Diehl is particularly committed to contemporary art from Eastern European countries.exhibitions
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