Woldt Gallery

Established in March 2019 in London Woldt Gallery represents modern and contemporary international artists. We are interested in all kinds of artworks, material, and media, however, the focus is on contemporary textile and fibre art. Since June 2022 we are operating also in Hamburg, Germany.

For any questions regarding representations, sales and display please contact us at info@woldtgallery.com.

Exhibition, sales and presentation space from June 2022 in Hamburger Hof Passage, Jungfernstig 26-28, 20354 Hamburg, Germany. After January 6th we are moving into a new space. Please stay with us for more information. 

Gallery Director and Founder

Dr. phil. Isabella Woldt, Art Historian, and Scholar

Isabella holds a doctorate in art history and a post-graduation in philosophy, both from the University of Hamburg. She is a highly experienced researcher, she teaches in higher education (as Chair Professor for Art Theory and Artistic Practice /Focus on Ehics) at the MSH Medical School Hamburg, University of Applied Sciences and Medical University, publishes as sole author and co-editor; 2018 she was a co-curator of the exhibition "Metadata. How we relate to images" at the Lethaby Gallery in London, as a member of the international research group "Bilderfahrzeuge" at the Warburg Institute. Her experience encompasses research and teaching positions in Hamburg, Poznan, Paris, New York, and London. Her recent research project on tapestries, a research book on the theory of image memory and the processes of creativity (forthcoming) led to a closer relationship with artistic practice, materials, techniques, and technologies of artistic production, but also with current theoretical discourses on art. This has evoked the idea to create and establish an art gallery and artist agency, and to progress with curatorial and research activities in textile and fiber art. And because art is a space-filling artifact, it doesn't exist without spatial surroundings. Therefore, the Gallery wants to progress in those architecture and space-related activities. 

For more information about the director and her activities please take a look at www.dr-woldt-art-consulting-research.com

Photo: In the front of Alex Kuznetsov's painting "Mist", 2022, The Fear of the Fog, Exhibition

  Assistant: N.N.