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Braun-Falco Gallery is committed to showing contemporary art from young innovative to already established and broader recognized artists. Braun-Falco Gallery was introduced in 2013 overtaking the activities of mbf-kunstprojekte. The latter was founded in late 2006 in Freiburg where a storehouse belonging to a former small glas factory served as the initial exhibtion space before moving to Munich in 2009. Called by the owner as an „underground space“ the gallery was first located at an 110 m² basement area at Maximiliansplatz 9. Since 2015, Braun-Falco Gallery is located at a more than 200 m² ground floor space at the renowned Nymphenburger Str. 22 . NY22 is marked at the outside by a prominent 2,5 m tall sculpture by Armin Baumgarten.

The gallery has a regular program of at least 6 exhibitions per year showing painting, drawing, sculpture and photography in solo as well as group shows. The aim of the gallery is to exhibited a wide range of contemporary art varying in style, concept, intention, and perception.  The gallery represents several upcoming artists such as Armin Baumgarten, Debbie Han, Christian Jaramillo, Mario Klinger, Anna Klüssendorf, Marina Schulze, and more established positions such as of Franz Hitzler and Felix Weinold. In addition, the gallery builds up a collection of  works  and prints  from the secondary market created by internationally well recognized artists such as Francesco Clemente, Mark Francis, David LaChapelle, Markus Lüpertz, Ad Reinhardt, Ed Ruscha, Juan Usle, Jerry Zeniuk, and has a focus on emerging artists like Stefan Hirsig or Daniel Lergon, among others.

Due to our more than 25 year experience in the international auction market we are delighted to offer our service in search for specific works of interest including handling processes related to auction business to our clients.

Moreover, it is our pleasure to serve and support our clients in both - finding a single art work fitting into a particular living or working environment as well as systematically building up a collection of contemporary and modern art.

Braun-Falco Gallery at Nymphenburger Str. 22