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Christoph Niemann Solo Exhibition

at Galerie Max Hetzler
Posted by Gestalten—11/2013

Looking back onto its fourty years of exhibition making, Berlin's Galerie Max Hetzler invited graphic designer, author and illustrator Christoph Niemann to showcase a series of new silkcreen prints that comment on the gallery's history and artwork represented by it. With reference to Hetzler's and his own love for Stuttgart (and its football team), Niemann merges impressions of works by artists Jeff Koon, Mona Hatoum, and Albert Oehlen to portray the world of soccer in his inimitably humorous visual language, naming it "Galerie Max Hetzler celebrates 40 years of VfB Stuttgart."

Also on show at Hetzler's new premises are Niemann's drawings and prints for his New York Times series Red Eye and Let it Dough. As poetic and inventive reports of everyday situations, Red Eye tells the story of an economy class nightflight and Let it Dough blends the story of creation with the events of a pre-christmas cookie baking session. 

Christoph Niemann is an award-winning illustrator, graphic designer, and author. His work has appeared on the covers of the New Yorker, Time, Wired, the New York Times Magazine, and American Illustration. In July 2008, Niemann started writing and illustrating Abstract City as a New York Times blog about politics, the economy, art, and modern life. It was renamed Abstract Sunday in 2011, when it became a column in the New York Times Magazine. Niemann has drawn live from the Venice Art Biennale, the Olympic Games in London, and the 2012 Republican Convention. He has also drawn the New York City marathon—while actually running it. In 2010, he was inducted into the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame.

Just recently, Gestalten released the Christoph Niemann—Petting Zoo Memo Game, a colorful game that features the famous animal characters from the successful Petting Zoo app. Niemann's work has also been published in A Life in Illustration.   

Christoph Niemann—Petting Zoo Memo Game

Posted by Gestalten—11/2014
Christoph Niemann’s lovable Petting Zoo illustrations are now featured in this colorful memo game.
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A Life in Illustration

Posted by Gestalten—11/2014
How does it feel to be an illustrator and in what fields can one work? Today’s most successful illustrators present their work and talk about their experiences in one of life’s most beautiful careers.
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Christoph Niemann

Visual Reduction
Posted by Gestalten—02/2010

The visualization of data is the graphic designer's core business.

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The Ride 2nd Gear Teaser

A Stunning Selection of Recent Custom Motorcycles
Posted by Gestalten—09/2015

The Monocle Guide to Cosy Homes

Monocle Celebrates the Durable and the Meaningful through a Collection of Homes that Tell a Story
Posted by Gestalten—08/2015

Parallel World by Jan Vranovsky

Jan Vranovsky Captures Unusual Urban Scenes
Posted by Gestalten—08/2015

Misfits by Seyo Cizmic

Modified Paintbrush with Human Hair
Posted by Gestalten—08/2015

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Photographed by Gregor Hohenberg
Posted—08/2015

Let's Go Out Again and Kitchen Kulture featured the summer issue of Salon.

The Journey recommended by The Independent.

Gentlemen, Start Your Engines! featured in Octane's July issue. "Verführerisch. Denn die Auswahl gleicht nicht so sehr einem Geschichtsbuch als vielmehr einer Kunstausstellung, sie soll zum Nachdenken anregen, auch Gefühle aufwühlen."

Let's Go Out Again recommended on the German website of Harper's Bazaar. “Haben Sie auch schon mal einen Flug gebucht, nur um dieses eine Restaurant auszuchecken, von dem immer alle reden? Kennen wir. Und deshalb müssen wir Sie warnen: Wenn Sie auch nur einen Blick in unser neues Lieblingsbuch Let’s Go Out Again werfen, werden Sie zig Gründe haben, in den nächsten Flieger zu steigen.”

A Poor Collector's Guide featured on Xamou Art. "Erling Kagge spills the beans...on that weird and wonderful art of collecting art.

Erling Kagge's interview about A Poor Collector's Guide to Buying Great Art on Spiegel Online.

Der Atlas der Abenteuer recommended in Nido's July issue. "Dieser Atlas zeigt auf seinen liebevoll gezeichneten Karten nicht nur Länder, sondern aufregende Abenteuer, die man in allen Ecken der Welt erleben kann. Mit dem Satz "Nächstes Jahr fahren wir aber zu den Pinguinen in die Antarktis. Biiiiitte!", muss man allerdings rechnen".

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