A place of encounter, exchange and experimentation.
We aim to broaden the conventional definition of an art gallery, and support emerging and established talents by sharing their platform and expertise. A series of philanthropic and ecologically engaged group shows, curated by Sophie Strobele, express Sheriff Gallery’s intention to nurture new concepts, various perspectives and an engaged and active community.
Understructures, with the support of Sheriff Projects, presents ‘OBERIH’, a publication and a fundraising project for people affected by the war in Ukraine.
Edited, designed & published by understructures:
Daša Anosova, Timur Akhmetov, Vitya Glushchenko, Olha Lyubarska, Anna Riabova, Yuli Rudenko.
celebrating trees as symbols for symbiose and collaboration; acknowledging their sensory abilities, communication skills, climatic influence and spiritual power. From June 16th to July 16th at Sheriff Gallery.
Theo De Gueltzl
Lena C. Emery
Pedro de la Fuente
Bianca Lee Vasquez
Displaying over 60 images, objects, video installations and everything in between, the exhibit takes a journey back and forth between multiple territories and collaborations, photographers and artistic directors, images and clothes, Paris and Thailand, traditional and modern, digital and analog.
Baby Production, ERE Foundation, Artissue Gallery and Sheriff Projects initiated an exhibition and print sale of 31+ images (years of Ukrainian Independence) for Ukraine, solidarity, freedom and peace. All sales will go directly to the NBU Humanitarian Assistance Fund.
What About Us, Honey ?
Through series of philanthropic and ecologically engaged group shows, ‘WHAT ABOUT US, HONEY?’ invites you into the sphere of pollinators, an exploration of the relationship between humans and nature.
Samuel Fasse and Karina Rikun
Sheriff Projects, Stefan Dotter, Sabrina Herzog and Ere Foundation has united the work of 100 engaged photographers around a print sale, dedicated to the evacuation and resettlement of 8 Afgan photographers.
Institut Francais de la Mode
As part of an ongoing collaboration between Sheriff Projects and L’Institut Francais de la Mode, Designer MengChe Chiang and visual artist Pitchaya Pearpit dissect their environment, might it be urban or domestic, finding inspiration and innovation in ordinary objects like a broken plate, a cigarette bud or a motorcycle cover sheet.
Imruh Asha created a series of sculptures made from disposed clothing, that seeks to provoke a conversation amongst people from the fashion industry.
Elle, Sher, Her
For this first book, François Pragnère collaborated with ten trans women living in Paris. Photographs and texts intertwine and tell us about the relationship they maintain with their body but also their environment.
The multi-disciplinary works of eight international artists around the theme „Mushrooms“, whose artistic approach and practice revolves around, with or alike mushrooms.
Tang Tsung Chien
The Sheriff Gallery