Anna Oppermann, (1940-1993), is a key figure of the German Avant-Garde.
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In the seventies, she develloped her radical and controversial artistic language. Her intricate assemblages of drawings, photographs and objects grew into large scale overboarding spacial installations for which the artist coined the phrase “Ensemble”.
The gallery represents the Anna Oppermann estate since 2010.

Anna Oppermann “Being Different (Somehow she's so different), 1970-1986”
Anna Oppermann
“Being Different (Somehow she's so different), 1970-1986”
exhibition view documenta 1977, Kassel, Germany
Courtesy the estate of Anna Oppermann and Galerie Barbara Thumm
Anna Oppermann “Being an Artist (Drawing from Nature, for Example, Linden Blossom Petals), 1969-1985”
Anna Oppermann
“Being an Artist (Drawing from Nature, for Example, Linden Blossom Petals), 1969-1985”
exhibition view Galerie Barbara Thumm, 2010
Photo: Lepkowski Studios, Berlin
Anna Oppermann
Anna Oppermann
“The Economic Aspect, 1979-1984”
exhibition view Lenbachhaus, Munich, 2014