A 2-part painting exhibition curated by:
Ian Boutell, Philip Cole, Stig Evans, Patrick O'Donnell & Della Gooden

at Phoenix Art Space Brighton

Part 1: PV Friday 10th Jan 2020
Richard Bell, Katrina Blannin, John Carter, Catherine Ferguson, Della Gooden, Richard Graville, Morrissey & Hancock, Tess Jaray, Jo McGonigal, Lars Wolter and Jessie Yates

Part 2: PV Friday 7th Feb 2020
Rana Begum, Ian Boutell, Philip Cole, Biggs & Collings, Deb Covell, Stig Evans, Jane Harris, Mali Morris, Jost Münster, Patrick O'Donnell, Carol Robertson and Daniel Sturgis 









Curated by Saturation Point/ Morissey & Hancock

Slow Burn implies a longer process of accessing and processing visual information, allowing the structures and patterns to unfold.








Notes on Painting II

The exhibition opens on 13th September - 26th October, 2019

with a preview on the 12th September, 6 - 8.30 pm.

At The Koppel Project Central, 49 Poland St. Soho, W1F 7ND 













opening after summer holidays
Saturday 31. August 2019




Britta Bogers, Köln | Bert Didillon, Köln | Dan Devening, Chicago |

Wolfgang Flad, Berlin | Lothar Götz, London | Jason Karolak, New York |

Jonathan Lasker, New York | Jost Münster, London | Julio Rondo, Berlin |

David Reed, New York | Gary Stephan, New York | Klaus-Martin Treder, Berlin




Galerie GRÖLLE pass: projects
Friedrich-Ebert-Straße 143e
D-42117 Wuppertal
fon +49 (0)1732611115
WED - FRI 4 - 7 PM / SAT 11 - 3 PM









Group Exhibition

17 May - 25 May 2019

The Koppel Project Central

Private View: 16th May 2019, 6-8.30pm







A carousel represents a quick succession of objects or bodies in motion. This offers an overview of the sensory spin that abstraction might aim to provoke through colour, form and materiality. Either through painting, or sculptural installation, Carousel grasps this concept metaphorically by confronting multiple notions, such as the use of language, geometric or gestural systems and the examination of the material of painting itself.

The intention is to simulate the intensity and absorption of a play space. Such a panorama highlights the differences and similarities between each investigation. The heterogeneous nature of the works aims to provoke an optical and tactile dizziness, thus allowing the works to become distorted or placed into focus, to probe at the myriad possibilities of material manipulation.




Manteuffelstraße 42
10997 Berlin


Check Mate!
Group Show

Opening Thursday 25.4.2019 / 21-23h
26.4. - 12.5.2019

We invite you to the exhibition "Check Mate". Jerry Kowalsky representing the figurative artist fraction and Wolfgang Flad representing the abstract fraction, present 37 artist in a battle.

Battles or competitions are a continues habit in our society mostly seen with a negative touch. We are continuously confronted with negative battles and competitions mostly solely documented in the media. When people think of a battle or competition, they typically think of negative competition, which leads to hostility, negative attitudes, and a "winner-takes-all" mentality. However, contrary to popular belief, there are two types of competition: positive and negative.

We want the positive!

The positive form of competition is often referred to healthy, or cooperative competition. As the name suggests, positive competition promotes an "everyone wins" attitude where everyone work collectively toward a common goal and the reward is communal. In positive competition, the individual can also compete to improve their own, but in a cooperative manner in which there is mutual respect and pleasant interactions that do not jeopardize others. And important the fun factor!
The works of the two artist groups, figurative and abstract, meet each other in the space on opposite walls. The confrontation of the pictures provokes the other group and leaves the viewer to decide which group or artists he prefers depending on his individual impression. Additionally to support the fun factor the artists will have the opportunity to "influence" the result by playing chess against a opponent from the other group.


Abstract artists:
Julio Rondo, Markus Weggenmann, Bram Braam,
Christian Henkel, Mathias Hornung, Cedric Christie,
Isabelle Borges, Wolfgang Flad, Martijn Schuppers,
Sandra Meisel, Heike Gallmeier, Bert Didillion, Vanessa Enriquez, Lars Fischedick,
Lea Asja Pagenkemper, Jost Münster, Patrick Fabian Panetta, Loukas Morley 

Figurative artists:
Tina Berning, Paul Sakoilsky, Paul Pretzer,
Patrick Niemann, Matthias Moravek, Kate Bland,
Peter Böhnisch, Bernd Kirschner, Jerry Kowalsky,
Manfred Peckl, Matija Mato Pišpek, Pascal Rousson,
Hugo Mayer, Tanja Ritterbex, Tim Ernst, Daniel M Thurau,
Corry Siw Mirski, Sjaak Kooij, Manuel Antonio Dominguez Gomez








Opening 18 April from 6pm

Exhibition continues 19 April to 12 May 2019

open Thursday to Saturday, 2-6pm





66B Makarios Avenue
Cronos Court
1077, Nicosia
web-site. www.art-seen.org





1961 Projects
Oxley Bizhub 2
#06-17, 62 Ubi Road 1 (408734)
M. +65 91291854









Interval [ ] still : now

2 - 31 March 2018

"The frame, a simple but very powerful shape and structure can be found everywhere in our visual and virtual world. It holds, builds space - it frames space and time."

Jost Münster

An exhibition and on-going project Interval [ ] still : now is a collaboration between five artists, Moyra Derby, Nicky Hamlyn, Conor Kelly, Joan Key, and Jost Münster. They have developed a model of collective, experimental set up and install; juxtaposing serial, modular and free-standing paintings, wall- works and projections. Their approach is unified by framing as a shared convention between film and painting. By using still and moving images, the potential for cross cuts, edits, overlays and interruptions between works becomes a defining consideration. The architectural and durational containment of work through exhibition is a further form of framing that the Interval project foregrounds.

At Tintype a large window frames the space from the street and provides a dual aspect for work - pictorialized from outside, offering an overview and invitation - fragmented and spatially shifting inside. The cut in time and structured spacing implied by the term interval highlights this change of view and perspective between the street and the gallery.

Interval [ ] still : now reflects on the momentary encounter, caught within or cut by the limit of rectangular support, viewfinder, picture space, window space or film reel.

Working collaboratively since 2016, Moyra Derby, Nicky Hamlyn, Conor Kelly, Joan Key and Jost Münster developed Interval [ ] Stop Gap in 2017 at the Herbert Read Gallery, UCA Canterbury, and Interval [ ] in 2016 as part of the Whitstable Biennale.

A publication accompanies the exhibition, with texts by the five artists, and contributions by Matthew de Pulford and Sharon Morris.

Publication launch and sound event, Thursday 22 March at 7pm


link: https://www.tintypegallery.com/exhibitions/interval-still-now/





Link to publication:  Marked and Unmarked Spaces









03.02. - 30.04. 2017
Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken 





Thursday 9th June - Sunday 12th June
Waiting room, Whitstable Railway Station

{} Interval reflects on the momentary encounter, caught within or cut by the limit of rectangular support, viewfinder, picture space or film reel. The five artists will work collaboratively in the space, presenting works to be seen as components and supports for each other, negotiating how one work frames or cuts across another.

As the collective installation for {} Interval takes shape, the set-up process will be documented as part of a live event and played back into the space. What constitutes the work, how to assess the arena of influence of one element to another will be approached as an open question, attention shifting between image, apparatus, space and medium. The edits, interruptions and inter-dependencies between frame and interval, between set-up and viewpoint become evident, offering a basis for discussion and comment between artists and audience.

With thanks to Southeastern

UCA Logo Linear website

Moyra Derby, Nicky Hamlyn, Conor Kelly, Joan Key & Jost Münster





New Neighbours

solo show

25 February - 26 March 2016

Private view: Wednesday 24 February, 2016















unpainting \ / resurfacing

Curated by Matthew Hearn

18 September - 17 October 2015
Artists Reception: 1 October, 6.00pm - 8.00pm


Matthew Hearn will be giving a gallery talk at 7.00pm with a select group of participating Artists.


UH Galleries opens its Autumn 2015 exhibition season with unpainting \ / resurfacing, a remarkable exploration of the process of painting which focusses on doing, undoing, layering and revealing in the work of seven UK-based contemporary painters. 

unpinning/resurfacing showcases new work by

Daniel Davies, Sarah Dunn, Peter Lamb, Paul Merrick, Jost Münster,

Alexis Teplin and Finbar Ward.



Bread and Jam II

Private View: Fri 25 Sep

Open Weekend: Sat 26, Sun 27 Sep 12-6pm

Artist Talk: Sat 26 Sep 4pm

Open by appointment 28 Sep - 4 Oct

Hermione Allsopp, Roshi Cowen, William Darrell, Nicola Durvasula
Justin Fitzpatrick, Jost Münster, Jason Oddy, Sarah Pager, Troika
WhatmorePager, Poppy Whatmore

The inhabitants of 52 Whitbread Road, London are pleased to announce Bread and Jam II, the second in a unique series of exhibitions created and exhibited in a gutted and soon to be re furbished house in a typical Victorian terraced street in Brockley.




Limber: Spatial Painting Practices




Curated by Cherry Smyth and Jost Münster


Catalogue available 

Herbert Read Gallery Canterbury

September 13 - October 12, 2013
Private View: September 12, 6pm-9pm

Symposium: October 5

Grandes Galleries de L'Erba

Rouen, France
November 21- December 20, 2013


Jost Münster, Ian Bottle, Katie Bell, Simon Callery, Jim Lee, Irene van de Mheen, Elodie Seguin, Ian Pedigo