Holtermann Fine Art

Holtermann Fine Art has been dealing internationally in 20th century and contemporary art since the early 1980s. Holtermann has produced and sold important site-specific and permanent sculptures by Claes Oldenburg, Tony Oursler and Tony Cragg to public and private collections. Holtermann has instigated and organized large scale travelling exhibitions of work by Tony Cragg in the US, China and Taiwan as well as a large show with Michael Craig-Martin in China. These exhibitions have been at major state and private museums, including the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas; CAFAM, Beijing and the Hubei National Museum, Wuhan, with accompanying catalogues.

Holtermann Fine Art has been instrumental in the formation of several important private museum collections and has successfully negotiated sales to public and private institutions of works by artists including Georg Baselitz, Tony Cragg, Robert Gober, Anselm Kiefer, Edvard Munch, Claes Oldenburg and Charles Ray. Museums that have acquired work through Holtermann include the Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo, Hubei National Museum, Wuhan, the Kistefos Museum, Norway, and M+, Hong Kong.

Holtermann opened its first public space on Cork Street in Mayfair in 2019. Shows at the gallery
expands Holtermann’s core activity of showing and placing important sculptural works in urban and natural settings through curated shows setting individual works in historical and cultural contexts thereby contributing to the dialogue on an artist’s oeuvre, relationships and position. Recent shows have included works by Georg Baselitz, Antony Gormley and Sterling Ruby as well as younger artists like Tony Matelli, Charlie Roberts and Borden Capalino.



Holtermann Fine Art

30 Cork St
United Kingdom
+44 20 7290 4499

Open: Tue-Fri 11am-6pm, Sat 11am-5pm


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