Plein Air


Ruttkowski;68 Gallery, Paris (FR)

22.05.2021 – 20.06.2021



Opening: May 22, 3 – 7 pm


Fabian Treiber’s work explores interiors and scenes from everyday life, including living spaces that seem familiar and a little unpleasant, yet staged and highly artificial at the same time. He has recently expanded his focus to include exterior landscapes, or rather, the paintings themselves seem to expand from the interior to the exterior.

For the exhibition Plein Air, Treiber has taken his cue from the genre of plein air painting — not in our familiar understanding of the term, but by redefining it from his own perspective.

Monet, one of the most important representatives of this style, once said: “For me, a landscape does not exist in its own right, since its appearance changes at every moment; but the surrounding atmosphere brings it to life.” Treiber transfers this quote to his paintings by capturing an atmosphere in his works and giving it the necessary space to unfold. By inverting the concept of plein air painting, he emphasizes imagination, painting it into reality from his confined, windowless studio.

Treiber attaches multiple canvases together, physically expanding the painterly space. Indications such as time, space, and the surface of the image collide and begin to interact with the viewer. The viewer now becomes an integral part of the painting — to a certain extent an accomplice — and yet they remain powerless in front of the works.

Ruttkowski;68 Gallery | 8 Rue Charlot | 75003 Paris, France



Galerie Mark Müller, Zürich (CH)

12.06.2021 – 24.07.2021



Opening Saturday June 12, 11 – 17 h, Sunday June 13, 11 – 17 h, Zürich Art Weekend


Galerie Mark Müller | Hafnerstr. 44| 8005 Zürich, Switzerland

The Artist is Online


König Galerie, Berlin (DE)

18.03.2021 – 18.04.2021


Groupshow curated by Anika Meier & Johann König

Opening: March 18, Book your visit online via the Gallery Homepage

König Galerie presents the international group exhibition THE ARTIST IS ONLINE. PAINTING AND SCULPTURE IN THE POSTDIGITAL AGE curated by @anika and @johann.koenig. In the gallery’s saleroom around 70 works are shown by 50 artists, who are at home on social media. In the media of painting and sculpture, they react to the mechanisms of the attention economy and to technological innovations. They digitize painting, visualize data sets and reflect the mobility of images.


König Galerie | St. Agnes – Alexandrinenstr. 118 – 121| 10969 Berlin, Germany



Volery Gallery, Dubai (UAE)

15.03.2021 – 15.04.2021


Groupshow curated by Sasha Bogojev

Volery Gallery presents Domesticity group exhibition, curated by Sasha Bogojev Curator and Contributing Editor at Juxtapoz Magazine. The inaugural exhibition presents a selection of all-new, previously unseen, original works by 17 international artists. The presentation revolves around the exploration of interior spaces as the fated environment for mankind and will feature works by Ojo Ayotunde; Ana Barriga; Pablo Benzo; Matt Bollinger; Deborah Brown; Mathieu Cherkit; Modou Dieng; Daniel Heidkamp; Yuichi Hirako; Jordy Kerwick; Sally Kindberg; Andrés Lozano; Alexis Ralaivao; AndyRementer; Fabian Treiber; Ivana De Vivanco and Guy Yanai.

Volery Gallery | Dubai International Financial Centre | Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Art Brussels


Discovery Section – Booth D17

Postponed to

22. April 2021 – 25. April 2021

Soloshow with KANT Gallery, Copenhagen

Opening: 23. April, 17 – 22 h


Art Brussels | Tour & Taxis, Avenue du Port 86c| 10000 Brussels, Belgium

for a while longer

Philipp Haverkampf Gallery

21. March 2020 – 25. April 2020


Opening: 20. March, 18 – 21 h


Contact the gallery for details and selected works

Philipp Haverkampf Gallery | Mommsenstrasse 67 | 10629 Berlin, Germany