»We believe that art is such an important way to connect, feel, reflect and create a dialogue and sometimes make sense of it all«

— Tanja Wagner

Established in 2010 under the visionary leadership of Tanja Wagner, our gallery is committed to amplifying the presence of art that challenges outdated narratives, dismantles structures, and transcends traditional hierarchies. Our roster of artists embraces diverse experiences and global perspectives, offering fresh visions and sensitivities that resonate with contemporary self-perception and societal dynamics.

At the core of our programming is a collaborative curatorial approach, driven by the ambition to foster an inclusive and gender-balanced art market. We prioritize cultivating a strong sense of connectedness as an integral component of achieving this goal. Our commitment extends beyond the exhibition space, as we actively engage with our audience through artist talks, performances, thematic group exhibitions, and community-building events.

Deeply valuing the relationships we cultivate with our artists, we provide them with a comprehensive platform tailored to their individual artistic needs. Simultaneously, we foster close and cooperative connections with collectors, curators, and institutions worldwide, contributing to the global discourse on contemporary art.
Our artists, working across a spectrum of mediums, have garnered critical acclaim through participation in renowned institutions, biennales, and art fairs. Their works grace distinguished public, corporate, and private collections.

Tanja Wagner, driven by a profound passion for equality in the arts, actively contributes to this cause through conferences, university speaking engagements, catalogues, and various publications. Her dedication underscores our commitment to advancing a more inclusive and equitable landscape within the art world.


Good to Talk
Art, labour & representation – addressing inequality in the arts
Panel discussion at Galerie Tanja Wagner
Sep 17, 2021 at 6pm
Gallery Weekend 2021: Die zehn Highlights, die man gesehen haben muss
Annabel Daou
by Hanno Hauenstein
Berliner Zeitung
Apr 25, 2021
Programmaufbau, Sammlerpflege, Künstlerförderung: So stellt eine Galeristin die Weichen für die Zukunft
by Christian Herchenröder
Jan 14, 2021
Dem Menschsein auf den Grund gehen
Ein Besuch in der Galerie Tanja Wagner
by Ferial Nadja Karrasch
Dec 18, 2020
Galerie Tanja Wagner
Intuition und Kalkulation
by Beate Scheder
TAZ / Berlin Kultur
Dec 01, 2020
Tanja Wagner
Drei Galerien für den Preis des VBKI nominiert
Monopol Magazin
Jul 22, 2020
Tanja Wagner
By Joachim Kreibohm
Artist Kunstmagazin
Jun, 2020
Galerie Tanja Wagner | Online Program
By Lisa Zeitz
Mar 31, 2020
Galerie Tanja Wagner | Online Program
Die Kunstszene geht Online - unsere Tipps für zu Hause
By Birgit Rieger
Der Tagesspiegel
Mar 27, 2020
Galerie Tanja Wagner | Online Program
Geschlossene Museen und Galerien öffnen virtuelle Kunsträume
By Monopol
Mar 18, 2020
Galerie Tanja Wagner | Online Program
Coronakrise: Wie Kultur jetzt im Netz stattfindet
By Stefan Dege
Deutsche Welle
Mar 18, 2020
Galerie Tanja Wagner | Online Program
CoronARTiges Alternativprogramm
By Raimar Stange
Mar 16, 2020
Galerie Tanja Wagner | Online Program
Mar, 2020
Art Cologne
9 Stände, die man auf der Art Cologne nicht verpassen darf
Apr 12, 2019
Tanja Wagner
Tackling gender inequality in the art and design world
by Chloe Stead
Freunde von Freunden
Jul 11, 2018
Good to Talk
A New Generation of Berlin Gallerists Wants to Beat the Odds by Working Together
by Emily McDermott
Aug 28, 2017
Galerie Tanja Wagner – New York
Ulf Aminde, Annabel Daou, Paula Doepfner, Nilbar Güreş, Šejla Kamerić, Kapwani Kiwanga, Laurel Nakadate, Grit Richter, Angelika J. Trojnarski
Mar 31 – Apr 9, 2017
The metamodern mindset
Written by Alexander Forbes
art journal
Mar 23, 2012
Sehnsucht nach den Utopien
Written by Gabriela Walde
Berliner Morgenpost
Jan 11, 2011
Die neuen Müden
Written by Christiane Meixner
Der Tagesspiegel
Dec 31, 2010
Das Potenzial der Potsdamer Straße
Written by Andrea Hilgenstock
Tip Berlin
Dec 27, 2010
The door opens inwards
Written by Timotheus Vermeulen
Notes on Metamodernism
Nov 10, 2010
Das Glück rinnt als Träne
Written by by Ulrike Münter
Berliner Zeitung
Oct 13, 2010
Written by Simone Reber
Der Tagesspiegel
Oct 9, 2010
Endlich wieder Avantgarde
Written by Christiane Meixner
Monopol Kompakt
Sep 30, 2010