HAMBURG

paper positions hamburg – the show
29 september – 2 october 2022

The paper positions hamburg – the show will take place for the second time in Hamburg at the end of September.

From 29 September – 2 October 2022, the works of more than 30 international artists will be exhibited at paper positions hamburg in the centrally located Jupiter, the former Karstadt Sport, on Mönckebergstraße. Selected Hamburg galleries and a small selection of exhibitors from other parts of Germany will each present an artistic position of contemporary and modern art with, from and on paper.

This exhibition is made possible by the support of the Hamburg Ministry of Culture and Media, the support of the Kreativgesellschaft Hamburg and realized in cooperation with the Landesverband Hamburger Galerien.


location

jupiter (former karstadt sport)
mönckebergstr. 2-4
20095 hamburg

Please find information about opening hours and tickets here!

 

 

paper positions hamburg – the show 2021

From 27 – 29 August 2021, a total of 23 international artists from 19 Hamburg based galleries and four guests have been presented in a group exhibition with the title paper positions hamburg – the show at the Brandshof.

The striking building from the 1920s looks back on a long history: It served as the administrative headquarters of the inland shipping company Schlesische Dampfer Co. – Berliner Lloyd AG and, together with the adjacent warehouses, is a listed building. It has an imposing octagonal entrance hall and many original furnishings as well as some historical windows.
The entrepreneur Joachim Doerks is the new owner and has been renovating the buildings very carefully in accordance with heritage protection.
The “Chilehaus an den Elbbrücken” now shines again in its old splendor and, with its special architecture and location on the water, offers the perfect location for the debut of the paper positions in hamburg.

This exhibition was made possible by the financial support of the Behörde für Kultur und Medien Hamburg and the Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft as well as by the support of Mr. Joachim Doerks.