Alexander and Bonin was established in 1995 by Carolyn Alexander and Ted Bonin with the primary purpose of representing and supporting the work of emerging, mid-career, and established international contemporary artists. Since its inception, the gallery has worked closely with museums and public institutions around the world and has established a reputation for a rigorous and diverse programme. In 1997, Alexander and Bonin moved to a three story building in Chelsea, and is pleased to announce its new location at 47 Walker Street in Tribeca.

Carolyn Alexander
Theodore Bonin
Kathryn Gile
Carey Baldwin
Laura Braverman
Benjamin McGowan
Sabina Roslyakova

John Ahearn
Jonathas de Andrade
Matthew Benedict
Fernando Bryce
Michael Buthe
Carlos Bunga
Willie Cole
Eugenio Dittborn
Willie Doherty
Victor Grippo
Mona Hatoum
Diango Hernández
Peter Hujar
Emily Jacir
Robert Kinmont
Stefan Kürten
Jorge Macchi
Rita McBride
Ree Morton
Sylvia Plimack Mangold
Doris Salcedo
Paul Thek

Alexander and Bonin
47 Walker Street
New York, NY 10013
Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 6pm
Press Contact: Becky Elmquist
Telephone: 1 212 367 7474
Facsimile: 1 212 367 7337

Galerie Barbara Thumm has established a distinct programme throughout the last 20 years and realized ambitious installations not only in the gallery but also in various project spaces in Berlin. The gallery programme emphasizes on conceptual and representational work, which combines various media and is multifaceted in its artistic strategies. The gallery works with internationally established artists as well as with younger positions and has accompanied many of the gallery artists since the beginnings of their careers. Most artists of the programme have their main and home representation by the gallery. Jo Baer, Teresa Burga and the estate of Anna Oppermann are represented exclusively by the gallery. Galerie Barbara Thumm has participated regularly at international art fairs such as Art Basel | Basel, Art Basel | Miami Beach, ARCO madrid and frieze, NY.

Gallery Owner
Barbara Thumm
Gallery Director
Nici Wegener
Press and General Enquiries
Sylke Müller-Hasenpflug
Diego Castro
Gallery Assistant
Inga Orschinski
Gallery Intern
Djuna Lund

Maria José Arjona
Jo Baer
Fiona Banner
Bigert & Bergström
Fernando Bryce
Teresa Burga
Jota Castro
Martin Dammann
Valérie Favre
Simon Cantemir Hausì
Diango Hernández
Anna K.E.
Anne-Mie van Kerckhoven
Johnny Miller
Mariele Neudecker
Anna Oppermann
Antonio Paucar
Chloe Piene
Ann-Sofi Sidén

Galerie Barbara Thumm
Markgrafenstrasse 68
D-10969 Berlin
Phone + 49/30/283 903 47
Fax + 49/30/283 903 48
tue–fri 11am-6pm
sat 12pm-6pm

Nicolas Krupp Contemporary Art was founded in autumn 2000 and is based in Basel, Switzerland on the edge of the Messeplatz towards Badischer Bahnhof, within very short walking distance of the Basel art fair. The program focuses on young international contemporary artists. The gallery shows works in a variety of media including painting, drawing, sculpture, objects, photography, video art and works in new media (computer). The gallery space provides an ideal surrounding for installations and conceptual work, which can be shown to the best advantage. Besides it’s exhibitions the gallery is also producing multiples with emerging artists.

Thomas Baumann
Angela de la Cruz
Peter Friedl
Joanne Greenbaum
Lone Haugaard Madsen
Diango Hernández
Dani Jakob
Piotr Janas
Viktor Kolář
Michael Kunze
Atta Kwami
Stephan Melzl
Claudio Moser
Yoan Mudry
Markus Müller
Caro Niederer
Markéta Othová
Marjetica Potrč
Werner Reiterer
Lin May Saeed
Dominik Sittig
Studer / van den Berg
Walter Swennen
Heimo Zobernig

Nicolas Krupp GmbH
Contemporary Art Rosentalstrasse 28
CH-4058 Basel
+ 41 61 683 32 65
+ 41 79 342 94 06

Galeria Jaqueline Martins is a space for research, documentation and presentation of contemporary artistic production. The gallery proposes collaborative curatorial strategies that foster the dialogue between distinct generations and cultural perspectives. One of its guiding principles is the encouragement of research-oriented conceptual practices characterized by critical, and subversive approaches. Since it’s launch in 2011, the gallery has developed a special program around the investigation of artistic production carried out during the Brazilian military period – more specifically of the 1970s and 1980s. Galeria Jaqueline Martins promotes a historical revision of processes grounded on strong intellectual resistance, audacity and commitment to art which transformed the whole artistic practice in the country, but nonetheless were neglected throughout the last decades.
By integrating research and practice that confront the contemporary scene by means of its exhibition program, the gallery encourages the revival of the debate that comprehend the artistic action as a contact zone for the exercise of aesthetic, social and political change.

Adriano Amaral
Ana Mazzei
André Parente
Bill Lundberg
Charbel-joseph H. Boutros
Daniel de Paula
Dudu Santos
Genilson Soares
Hudinilson Jr.
Ícaro Lira
Lais Myrrha
Letícia Parente
Lydia Okumura
Maria Noujaim
Mario Ishikawa
Martha Araújo
Rafael França
Regina Vater
Ricardo Basbaum
Stuart Brisley / Viola Yeşiltaç

Galeria Jaqueline Martins
R. Dr. cesário mota junior, 443
CEP — 01221-020
+55 11 26281943