Brian Aris - Rare pieces available
Kalkeriet Contemporary is delighted to present the distinguished British photographer, Brian Aris. Celebrated for his exceptional contributions to portrait and music photography, Aris stands as a premier artist, capturing iconic images of music legends, including David Bowie, George Michael, Madonna and Debbie Harry.
Aris's lens, refined over decades, has crafted an influential body of work that transcends borders, inspiring artists globally and leaving an enduring impact on popular culture. His timeless photographs, characterized by their authenticity and emotional depth, establish Brian Aris as a celebrated figure in the realm of contemporary photography. At Kalkeriet Contemporary, we invite you to witness the legacy of an artist whose images not only freeze moments but also resonate with the pulse of our cultural consciousness, solidifying his position as a true luminary in the field.
Kalkeriet Contemporary proudly presents the worldwide debut of a new edition of Helmut Lang’s iconic ‘Untitled’ rug, now resplendent in shimmering silver. This masterpiece, originally conceived in 2013, continues to captivate and inspire with its timeless allure and modern sophistication. The surface and finishing have been crafted through pile heights and material composition. Having made art throughout early adulthood, Lang established a fashion label under his own name in 1978, presented his first collection at the Centre Pompidou in 1986, and achieved global recognition in the field over the following two decades. During those years, Lang maintained his connection to art and undertook collaborations with Jenny Holzer and Louise Bourgeois, among others. He retired permanently from the world of fashion in 2005 to turn to his art full time. With material as departure point, Lang’s recent works explore the tensions between abstraction and figuration, and investigate space beyond the limitations of the human body through sculpture, reliefs, assemblage paintings and collages.
Alexander Díaz Andersson
We're pleased to present artist and designer Alexander Díaz Andersson. Award-winning Díaz Andersson creates contemporary sculptural pieces inspired by the future and informed by the past centuries history of woodworking traditions. With precision, sensitivity and emotion he is balancing industrial craftmanship, artisanal imperfection and a commitment to excellence in every detail. Swedish-born Andersson is based in Mexico City and Los Angeles.
Clive Arrowsmith - Unique works available
Kalkeriet Contemporary is pleased to present Clive Arrowsmith, a London-based world-renowned photographer, celebrated for his extraordinary talent in capturing the essence of his subjects and creating visually stunning images that have left an indelible mark on the world of photography. Kalkeriet is honored to be able to offer a selection of photographs by Clive Arrowsmith, which encompasses highlights from Arrowsmith's archive. All images have been chosen in close collaboration with the artist and several works are shown for the first time.
Kalkeriet is synonymous with a uniquely progressive and pioneering spirit due to its bold hybrid approach and intimate curated presentation of fine art, collectible and contemporary design.
A destination for contemporary making and the crafted object, showcasing a curated collection of fine art, photographs, editions and design from leading and emerging international artists, artists' estates and designers. Serving the global market of collectors, architects, interior designers, private clients and enthusiasts.
Video featuring Andy Warhol
© / ® / ™ The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
Artists & Select Exhibitions
Featured artists are all groundbreaking and leading forces within their respective fields and media, ranging from sculpture, drawing, textile, collage, photography, installations, reliefs and video art. Their mark has not only been honored and highlighted at leading galleries and institutions worldwide, but also widely documented and manifested as a mirror of cultural movements.
Image: Anselm Reyle portrait by Hedi Slimane