Loock Gallery was founded in 1988 in Berlin-Mitte as Gallery Wohnmaschine, where Friedrich Loock began showing art in his private apartment in former East Berlin, thus combining aspects of living, working, and art production.
With the move of the Gallery in 2008 to a 4300 sq ft space next to the Museum Hamburger Bahnhof, the name changed to Galerie Loock in order to reflect the gallery’s conceptual evolution. Since April 2013 the Gallery is based in Potsdamer Straße 63.
Loock Galerie represents Ivan Grubanov, Callum Innes, Noguchi Rika, Takehito Koganezawa, Rei Naito, Peter Rösel, Alec Soth, Natalia Stachon, Yoshihiro Suda, Gavin Tremlett, Kaoru Usukubo, Charlie White, Ulrich Wüst, Miwa Yanagi, Jonathan VanDyke and Holly Zausner as well as the estates os Sibylle Bergemann and Jörg Knöfel (aka York der Knoefel)
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