K önig Galerie was founded in Berlin by Johann König in 2002, and currently represents 40 international emerging and established artists, mostly belonging to a younger generation. The program’s focus is on interdisciplinary, concept-oriented and space-based approaches in a variety of media including sculpture, video, sound, painting, printmaking, photography and performance. In May 2015, König Galerie took up St. Agnes, a monumental former church built in the 1960s in the Brutalist style, where museum-like exhibitions take place in two different spaces, the former chapel and nave. In 2017, König Galerie opened König London in a former car park in Marylebone, London. In November 2019 König Tokio opened in Japan presenting artists that are based in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
König Galerie regularly participates in international art fairs such as Art Basel fairs and Frieze Art fairs. The gallery has successfully placed works in a variety of private and public collections, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Guggenheim Foundation. The artists represented have solo exhibitions with institutions worldwide, and regularly partake in prestigious group exhibitions, such as Documenta and the biennials in Venice, Berlin, New York and others. They have been awarded many important prizes, commissions and outdoor projects. In 2019 the gallery artist Natascha Süder Happelmann presented the artistic contribution for the German Pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia. Moreover, the gallery publishes a biannual magazine which features the represented artists and their communities.
Continuity Breath 1, 2019
Flags 1, 2019
Potential VI, 2020
The Nadir of Nihilism, 2019
Sometimes I’m Almost There, 2020
At the gates of the river Acheron, 2020
Black Bars: Déjeuner No. 27 (Girl with Gerber Daisy, Crocus, Rubber Plant, Log and Key Float), 2018
Before the French Revolution, 2017