Marcel Buehler

Marcel Buehler (b.1969, Germany) lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Buehler finished his Undergraduate and Postgraduate studies at the Academy of Visual Arts (HGB) in Leipzig, Germany. Buehler is a conceptual artist whose work uses humour and irreverence to investigate and comment on topics of contemporary life. His practice encompasses a broad range of media, yet two primary focuses have crystalized over the years: sculptured light and collage.

 

Solo exhibitions include WHAT DON'T YOU SEE IF YOU DON'T SEE?, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London (2022); NEUGIERLÜCKE/CLICK-BAIT (with Peter Ruehle), Villa Heike, Berlin, Germany (2021); Moorleuchten II (artistic intervention), Nantesbuch Foundation, Bad Heilbrunn, Germany (2019); Moorleuchten (artistic intervention), Stiftung Nantesbuch, Nantesbuch, Germany (2018); Kosmos, Galerie Andrae Kaufmann, Berlin, Germany (2012); The One Trick Pony, Galerie Martin Mertens, Munich, Germany (2011); art sucks, ATELIERFRANKFURT, Frankfurt am Main, Germany (2011); Tristesse Bourgeoise, Nolde Stiftung, Berlin, Germany (2010); Die halbe Reise, Cream Contemporary, Berlin, Germany (2009).

 

Group exhibitions include Facing the Sun, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, Schloss Görne, Germany (2021); Das war 2020 (That was 2020), ADRIA, Berlin, Germany (2020); Open Studios Kühnemannstraße, Studios @ Kühnemannstraße, Berlin, Germany (2019); And He Built a Crooked House, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, Berlin (2018); Open Studios Kühnemannstraße, Studios @ Kühnemannstraße, Berlin, Germany (2018); Offene Gesellschaft, TIL, Berlin, Germany (2018); VISUAL STATEMENTS, Collectors Room, Hamburg, Germany (2017); “… far from the deathless gods“, Novilla, Berlin, Germany (2017); Liaison, Uferhallen, Berlin, Germany (016); A New Language, The Observer Building, Hastings, UK (2016); Junge Sammlungen 03, Museum Weserburg, Bremen, Germany (2016).

 

Highlights and collections. In 2019, Buehler was an artist in Residence at Nantesbuch Foundation, Bad Heilbrunn, Germany. In 2011, as well as in 2009, he was awarded a Fellowship Grant at Villa Aurora, Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, USA.