• what the fuck is heimat?*
    Heimat loves you, 2014, bronze, photo: Faruk Ünver
       
    STEFAN STRUMBEL: WHAT THE FUCK IS HEIMAT?*


    SEPTEMBER 6 – NOVEMBER 1, BERLIN

    OPENING RECEPTION: SEPTEMBER 5, 7 – 10 PM

    PLEASE CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE HERE

       
    One of the key features in Stefan Strumbel's œvre is the involvement with the subject “Heimat“.

  • Circle Culture at ArtInternational Istanbul
    CULTURE AT ARTINTERNATIONAL ISTANBUL & ARTVIENNA

       
    We are pelased to announce our representation at the two upcoming art fairs ArtInternational Istanbul (September 26 - 28) and ViennaFair (October 2 - 5). The following artists will be presented: 
    Clemens Behr, Eric Freeman, Katrin Fridriks, Lennart Grau, Maya Hayuk, Stefan Strumbel and XOOOOX.

     

  • NOTHING IS WHAT IT SEEMS
    Conflict & Interest, 2014, hand blown and coloured neon tubes and broken mirror glass, photo: Uwe Walter
    OLIVIA STEELE: NOTHING IS WHAT IT SEEMS

    JUNE 25 – SEPTEMBER 13, HAMBURG

    BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

      
    Circle Culture Gallery Hamburg presents the solo exhibition “Nothing is what it seems“ by American artist Olivia Steele.

  • Surface to Surface
    Surface to Surface, installation view, 2014, © Circle Culture
    CLEMENS BEHR AND LENNART GRAU: SURFACE TO SURFACE

    JUNE 7 – AUGUST 23, BERLIN

      
    Circle Culture Gallery presents the duo exhibition "Surface to Surface“ by the young German artists Clemens Behr and Lennart Grau.

  • Strumbel Oper
    courtesy of Oper Stuttgart
    STEFAN STRUMBEL CREATES SCENERY FOR OPER STUTTGART
    German Pop Artist Stefan Strumbel was honored to design the scenery for Giacomo Puccini's masterpiece La Bohème at the opera house in Stuttgart, Germany. The premiere is going to take place on May 30th.

  • "LET THE SUN SHINE IN - A RETROSPECTIVE" OPENING
    Wonderbread, 1962, serigraph on paper, © Circle Culture and Corita Art Center, photo: Joshua White
    CORITA KENT: LET THE SUN SHINE IN - A RETROSPECTIVE


    FEBRUARY 22 – MAY 24, BERLIN

    Circle Culture presents the video of the opening reception that was produced by Vernissage TV. View the interview with curator Aaron Rose and Sasha Carrera and get an impression of the gallery's current exhibition below.