September 05 — October 18, 2014 – Painting Is No Business – Natalia Hug Gallery – KölnAugust 29th, 2014



September 05 — October 18, 2014
Opening reception September 05, 6-10 pm

Please visit us during DC Open weekend:
Friday September 5, 6-10 pm
Saturday September 6, 12 – 8 pm
Sunday September 7, 12 – 6 pm

Exhibition Text – EN
Exhibition Text – DE

Nature’s Calculation: The work of Jan Pleitner, Interview and text by G. Leddington

Jülicher Straße 14
50674 Köln, Germany



18th July – 28th August 2014 – DEEP ONE PERFECT MORNING – Kerlin Gallery Dublin –August 29th, 2014

…a perfectly crowded scene of sorts, with fences and screens, a heron, chairs, permanent marker, Fruit Loops, mild steel and powder coated aluminium, wire, balls, leather, Plexiglas®, more chairs, glass beads, a mask, puke, Gena Rowlands, Leonardo and Krang, more puke, ceramic, jesmonite, a performance maybe, butt hole surfers, neon cord, toxic waste, carefully diffused light, paint, Skittles, rubbish, electrical cable, frozen pizza, three A0 posters and of course, Mel Brooks.

Review of the show:

Kerlin Gallery:



Basel Liste 17.6.14 – 21.6.14 booth 3/7/1 Ancient&ModernJuni 17th, 2014

Tuesday, June 17 to Saturday, June 21, 2014: 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Sunday, June 22, 2014: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.


Doowylloh – Jan Pleitner Lee Lozano – London – Ancient & Modern – 28.05.2014 – 28.06.2014Mai 31st, 2014


Jan Pleitner / Lee Lozano: Doowylloh at Ancient & Modern, London, from May 28 to June 28, 2014

AN CIENT & MODERN presents “doowylloh”, the first exhibition in London by Dusseldorf-based painter Jan Pleitner, alongside drawings from the 1960’s by Lee Lozano (1930-99).

Lozano’s works on paper almost describe still-lives, whose spaces are hewn from a peculiar assemblage of aeroplanes, eyeballs, knives, black-holes and body parts. Her diverse output refuses easy categorisation and indeed she stopped making art from 1971, even extending indefinitely her “Boycott Piece” of that same year in an extraordinary gesture to avoid any conversation with women. In their gesture and palette Jan Pleitner’s paintings recall an earlier 20th century abstraction. His practice has a similar symbolic singularity to it – often the paintings are made during the course of one night and as such the record of a private performance of sorts – and aim to be no less constrained and to embed themselves in the imagination.

Pleitner (b.1984) is a graduate of the Dusseldorf Akademie, where he studied under Tal R and Jorg Immendorf. He had his first museum show at Stadtmuseum Oldenburg, Germany last year.

Flyer von weiteren Ausstellungen 2012Januar 21st, 2013

German Kleinformat 3, Neter, Mexico City, Mexico (G)

Die Stummen Schreie Deiner Socken, Plattenpalast, Berlin (G)

Central Horizon, Penny Temporary, Neumünster (G)


New Kids on the Block, Neues Westdeutschland, Berlin (G)