Galerie Max Hetzler is a gallery for contemporary art. In 1981, Max Hetzler started to present exhibitions of Martin Kippenberger and Albert Oehlen. In 1983 the gallery moved to Cologne, the centre of the art scene at the time, and pursued a programme with some of the most significant German and American artists from the 80’s.
Max Hetzler moved to Berlin in 1993, inaugurating a space in Charlottenburg in 1994. The following year, a second space opened on Zimmerstraße, next to Checkpoint Charlie. This soon became the main gallery. In 2006, Galerie Max Hetzler opened a space in a former light bulb factory, Osram-Höfe in Wedding, which became the main gallery in 2009.
At the end of 2013 Max Hetzler left the gallery space in Berlin-Wedding and opened two new spaces in Berlin-Charlottenburg. In May 2014 Galerie Max Hetzler inaugurated a dependence in the area of Marais in Paris.
OPENING: tue, wed, thu, fri, sat 11:00 am - 6:00 pm