Kuckei + Kuckei

Linienstrasse 158

10115 Berlin


Phone : +49308834354

Fax : +493088683244

Mobile Ph. : +491723993435

URL : www.kuckei-kuckei.de

Ben Kuckei   (Owner)

Jill Leciejewski   (Director)

Hannes Kuckei   (Owner)


Kuckei + Kuckei was established in 1993 by the brothers Ben and Hannes Kuckei. Their program is based on contemporary positions by international artists with whom they have established good and profound relationships and for whom they act as agents while accompanying their careers. Artists being represented by the gallery usually work conceptually, which is being expressed in various forms. In solo shows and group shows the gallery presents photography, painting, drawing, object and video installation.

WZ 1363 -  Peter Kuckei

Peter Kuckei WZ 1363

Puddle II -  Oliver van den Berg

Oliver van den Berg Puddle II

45-16 - Michael Laube

Michael Laube 45-16

40-16 - Michael Laube

Michael Laube 40-16

34-16 - Michael Laube

Michael Laube 34-16

37-16 - Michael Laube

Michael Laube 37-16

02-17 - Michael Laube

Michael Laube 02-17

17-17 - Michael Laube

Michael Laube 17-17

16-17 - Michael Laube

Michael Laube 16-17

Friedrichshafen Nr. 4 -  Ingmar Alge

Ingmar Alge Friedrichshafen Nr. 4

Swimmingpool Nr. 7 -  Ingmar Alge

Ingmar Alge Swimmingpool Nr. 7

WZ 1330 -  Peter Kuckei

Peter Kuckei WZ 1330

Exhibiting Artists

  • Ingmar Alge  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Ingmar Alge - Swimmingpool Nr. 7 Swimmingpool Nr. 7
    •  Ingmar Alge - Friedrichshafen Nr. 4 Friedrichshafen Nr. 4

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  • Peter Kuckei  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Peter Kuckei - WZ 1363 WZ 1363
    •  Peter Kuckei - WZ 1330 WZ 1330

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  • Michael Laube  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Michael Laube - 16-17 16-17
    • Michael Laube - 17-17 17-17
    • Michael Laube - 02-17 02-17
    • Michael Laube - 37-16 37-16
    • Michael Laube - 34-16 34-16
    • Michael Laube - 40-16 40-16
    • Michael Laube - 45-16 45-16

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  • Lilly Lulay  (+)

    Biography : Lilly Lulay was born in Frankfurt in 1985. From 2005 – 2014 she studied at the University of Art and Design – Hfg Offenbach and the École des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux, France. She lives and works in Frankfurt, Germany.

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  • Miguel Rothschild  (+)

    Biography : Miguel Rothschild was born in 1963 in Buenos Aires. From 1982-1987 he studied at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires. Between 1991 and 1994 he went to study at the Hochschule der Künste, Berlin. Miguel Rothschild lives and works Buenos Aires, RA and Berlin, Germany.

    Detailed Description : Miguel Rothschild is inspired by the idea of calling art into question. Out of this inner debate, reversible figures have emerged which all take photography as their starting point. Studied from a distance, Rothschild's impressive starry sky has a majestic quality; the moment we approach the picture, however, it metamorphoses into an allegory of shattered dreams. Thus perceived, aids such as pins and nails seem terribly beautiful. Their shining heads are set in myriads of stars: for in Rothschild's case, it is literally a question of getting to the very essence of all phenomena. He is a person who wants to discover, at any price, what lies behind the things – assuming, of course, that something does lie hidden behind them. Precisely because we live in a desacrilized world in which art is increasingly being made to serve as projection surface for transcendence, Rothschild is intent on analysing its properties as closely as possible. To this end, photographs must be laid on the dissecting table before they are hung up in the exhibition room. Once there, they are cautiously perforated; in an ironic manner, attributions are undermined and certainties largely divested of meaning. All that is static begins to shake: until it finally makes way for new modes of visual perception. Although he is not a dreamer, Rothschild is nevertheless inspired by that romantic epoch which regarded itself as the continuation of religion with aesthetic means, by the spirit of an age that was able to endure contradictions, knowing full well that – anchored in these – the beauty of all mysteries was waiting to finally be revealed.

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  • Oliver van den Berg  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Oliver van den Berg - Puddle II Puddle II

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Other Represented Artists