Galerie Tore Suessbier began life as TS art projects in Oranienburger Strasse in Berlin-Mitte in 2012. It showed works by established artists such as Georg Baselitz and Daniel Richter, as well as the artists from the Mülheimer Freiheit – Gerard Kever, Gerhard Naschberger, Hans Peter Adamski, Jiří Georg Dokoupil, Peter Bömmels, and Walter Dahn. Classic works were also exhibited, including drawings by Otto Dix. Contemporary pieces by, for example, Danja Akulin, Noriko Ambe, Sabine Banovic, Maryna Baranovska, Cristina Barroso, Olivia Berckemeyer, Joseph Cavalieri, Danny Croucher, Tom Früchtl, Nicolai Huch, Catherine Lorent, Toshihiko Mitsuya, Michal Martychowiec, Temitayo Ogunbiyi, Clement Page, Takahiro Ueda, Michael Sailstorfer, Yehudit Sasportas, Viktoria Sorochinski, Martin Werthmann, and Thomas Zipp were presented either individually or in curated exhibitions by Birgit Sonna, Tina Sauerländer, and Shinya Watanabe, among others. In 2016, TS art projects closed its doors in Berlin-Mitte and, in the same year, opened as Galerie Tore Suessbier at the start of Berlin Art Week in Berlin-Charlottenburg, in the space previously occupied by Galerie Michael Haas. The gallery concentrates on contemporary painting and works on paper.