New Yorker cover “Time for Reflection”. Available as silkscreen edition here.

The solo show at the Illustri Festival Vicenza is on view through August 18, 2022. Thanks to all the visitors and the wonderful feedback at the Opening Ceremony!

Calendar

SOLO SHOWS

ILLUSTRI FESTIVAL
@Palazzo Leoni Montanari, Vicenza
June 17 – August 28, 2022

SKETCHBOOKS
@ Studio Christoph Niemann, Berlin
May – September 2, 2022

UPCOMING SOLO SHOW
@Horst Janssen Museum, Oldenburg
Opening November 25, 2022

UPCOMING SOLO SHOW
@Galerie Kicken, Berlin
Opening October 14, 2022

 

GROUP SHOWS

QUESTION MARK
@MoCA Museum, Shanghai
September 29 – October 30, 2022

The New Yorker cover “Dropped Call” is now available as a new silkscreen edition in the online shop.

New cover for The New Yorker’s Innovation & Technology issue. Read the story behind the cover here.

Our current exhibition “Sketchbooks” is on view through July 2022 at Studio Christoph Niemann in Berlin. Visits are possible by appointment, please feel free to contact Gallery Director Thekla Mellau. More info here.

This weekend we’ll be at the Miss Read Art Book Fair in Berlin for the first time! More infos here.

A female and a male edition of the letterpress “Coffee Break” is now available in the online shop.

New Cover for The New Yorker.

Christmas Special! Two new limited Sunday Sketch editions are now available. More infos here.

New limited editions of linocut prints are now available in our online shop.

ZOO

New book (includes a letter press print of an owl).

Available here.

New Yorker Cover

“I’ve got it”

A new color variant of our limited silkscreen print “Berliner Philharmonie” is now available in our online shop.

The new large format silkscreen edition “Bouquet (Noon)” is now available in the shop.

Six new limited offset editions are now available in the online shop.

New Yorker Cover

“Wooster Street”

The new art edition calendar “On the road” is now available. The calendar comes with one (or two) signed silkscreen print(s) – depending on the variant selected. More infos here.

The new silkscreen edition “Botanic Garden (Fall)” is now available in the shop.

New cover for The New Yorker.

The new silkscreen edition “Night Train” is now available in the shop.

The new letterpress edition “Piano” is now available in the online shop.

New drawings from a trip to the Masters in Augusta for Golf Digest. More infos here.

New visual essay for the NYT Magazine about the state of Europe. This time: a trip to Tallinn, Estonia, with Basketball, mummies and why “normal & boring” is the new sexy. Read the story here.

Shop the new collection produced in partnership with the fashion designer Paul Smith. More infos here.

Open Studio Winter 2019

New drawings & editions

We are happy to announce that Christophs self-published artist book “The Paper” is now available in our online shop. All the proceeds from the sale of this book will go to Reporters Without Borders (RSF). More infos here.

NEW: visual essay for the NYT Magazine on Brexit, De Gaulle, Henry VIII and the connection of politics and a full English Breakfast.

For the month of July 2019, the New York Times runs Christophs drawings daily in the A-Section. More infos here.

New Cover for The New Yorker. Read the story behind the cover here.

The silkscreen edition “Sea – Summer” is now available in the online shop.

New travel drawings from Sao Paulo and Stockholm. More infos here.

We are happy to announce that Christophs illustrations for the campaign of the MuseumsQuartier, Wien, won a gold medal from Creativ Club Austria.

The new silkscreen edition “Flowers II” is now available in the shop.

New Ink drawings from a trip to New Zealand on assignment for National Geographic.
Click here to read the animated story.

Christoph’s take on the Sake bottle label for brewery Sawahime x Zenkichi, Berlin. It playfully features the iconic TV tower and the tram lines, with a salute to the east Berlin and a subtle nod to Japan – red circle depicting the Japanese flag. More infos here.

New series of photo drawings for the 2019/2020 Season Campaign of Deutsche Oper. More infos here.

The new silkscreen edition “Relax” is now available in the online shop.

We are excited to announce that the cover for The New York Times Magazine “The Trip Doctor” won a gold medal from The Society of Publication Designers.

New Ink drawings from a trip to Cambodia and Vietnam for National Geographic.
Click here to read the complete animated story.

The exhibition at the Literaturhaus Munich has been extended through May 5, 2019. Thanks to all the visitors and the wonderful feedback!

Christoph created a 2×40 meter mural at the Berlin-Wannsee train station. More infos here.

A green edition of “Weltkunst Munich” is now available in the online shop.

Drawings from a recent trip to New York.

Six new limited offset editions are now available in the online shop.

TED invited Christoph to speak at this years TEDConference in Vancouver on April 13. The talk is now live at TED.com.

The new silkscreen edition “Sea” is now available in the online shop.

The first episode of the virtual reality youtube series is online. Find out more here.

Design for a Formula 1 race car helmet for Sebastian Vettel. For the German Grand Prix at the Hockenheim Race track on July 22, 2018 More infos here.

Photo drawings for the 2018/2019 season’s campaigne of Deutsche Oper, Berlin. More infos here.

The new silkscreen edition “Winter Park”, printed with a special silver pigment, is now available in the online shop.

The NETFLIX documentary ABSTRACT (with a whole episode on Christophs work) is streaming now.

A new silkscreen edition of “Design and Violence (Coffee)” in gray is now available in the shop.

“The Circle” silkscreen is back.
A new silkscreen edition in red/blue is now available in the shop.

Studio feature on Freunde von Freunden, interview by Liv Siddall with terrific pictures by Robbie Lawrence.

“How The NSA Almost Killed The Internet”

Google Doodles for the first day of summer and the first day of winter.

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