Circle Culture Gallery was founded in 2001 by Dirk Staudinger and Johann Haehling von Lanzenauer as the cultural project space “Cc:room”. You can find the gallery both in Berlin Mitte, directly at the culturally renowned “Gipsdreieck” and in the Generalsviertel in Hamburg-Eimsbüttel.
The Gallery is characterized, among other things, by its diverse range of artists and perspectives. From internationally recognized names such as Julian Schnabel, Corita Kent, Arno Rink and Hermann Nitsch, to young emerging artists. The gallery presents a carefully curated selection of talent spanning a variety of disciplines. Through solo exhibitions, group shows, and special projects, Circle Culture provides a platform for artists to express their unique visions, challenge socially relevant issues, and engage audiences on a fresh and aesthetic level.
This mix of the zeitgeist and culture has characterized the gallery program since its inception. Owner Dirk Staudinger conducts opinion and futurology research within his global-thinkers network and repeatedly transfers his experiences to the art world. This reference is then implemented on a curational level.
Through this combination, one finds both street and urban art by artists such as XOOOX and Banksy, as well as the elaborate installations made of sustainable natural fibers by Beatriz Morales or the very „Heimat” related works of German artists Lennart Grau and Stefan Strumbel at Circle Culture. Every development of the zeitgeist is represented and strategically pursued.
Circle Culture Gallery Berlin
10119 Berlin, Germany
Lilith Jandrig (Gallery Manager Berlin): email@example.com
Opening Hours: Saturday 1pm-5pm and by appointment
Circle Culture Gallery Hamburg
20253 Hamburg, Germany
+49 (0) 40 389 070 00
Ana Horta (Director): firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening Hours: By appointment only