Drawing Room


With Drawing Room, the two art historians Alexander Sairally and Esther Schulte offer a platform for exhibitions of varying formats, from classical to experimental. In a private setting, visitors are given the opportunity to have an intensive encounter with current artistic positions. In addition to solo exhibitions by emerging and already established artists, thematic and conceptual group exhibitions and projects will also be shown in Drawing Room. To supplement this, excursions into other artistic genres will occasionally be made.



About the room



Alexander Sairally


born 1963, is an art historian. He has been curating exhibitions since 1998, and provides consulting services to companies and individuals on building their art collections. He has been an advisor and curator at the LEVY Galerie for ten years, and was responsible, among other things, for setting up LEVY 1st. VIEW, and rejuvenating the program. From 1998 – 2001 Sairally was an associate professor at Humboldt University in Berlin, and since 2006 has been teaching in the department of exhibition design and management at the Danube University Krems (Austria).




Esther Schulte


born 1967, completed her art history studies with an M. Phil. at the University of Glasgow. Following professional posts as Research Assistant at the Paintings Department of the Royal Collection and in the Impressionist and Modern Art Department at Christie’s in London, she currently curates a collection of 18th and 19th century marine paintings for a Hamburg shipping company.