David Nolan and Juerg Judin launched their Berlin gallery with an exhibition of Alexander Ross drawings in May 2008. This exhibition was presented in what is by now one of Berlin’s most acclaimed new buildings: Die Tankstelle, a converted petrol station from the early 50s. Since then Nolan Judin relocated to the museum-like quality of the Tagesspiegel’s former printing hall in Potsdamer Strasse – with high ceilings and daylight throughout – proved as irresistible as the central location in close proximity to the Neue Nationalgalerie and some of Berlin’s best commercial galleries.
The program focuses on artists that are accomplished draughtsmen, painters and sculptors. The gallery brings together established artists with younger, aspiring artists. Representing the estate of George Grosz, a towering figure of 20th century art, brings a historic dimension to the gallery’s program. David Nolan and Juerg Judin continue to publish books — monographs on Adrian Ghenie’s paintings, George Grosz’ American Years and Eugen Schönebeck’s oeuvre on paper being amongst the most recent.