The Stiftung Reinbeckhallen is a non-profit, independent institution that promotes art, culture, and education. In our efforts to address current issues and to explore innovative exhibition formats and curatorial practices, we work with representatives from the local and international art scenes as well as with collectives, museums, galleries, and the Werkstatt Neue Drucke; the latter is a printing workshop committed to researching, preserving, and teaching traditional printing techniques at the Reinbeckhallen. With our cooperation program, which has been successfully established alongside its institutional program in recent years, we sees ourselves as a platform for an open dialogue between these art scenes and our visitors. With the support of artists, curators, and institutions, our aim is to enrich the cultural landscape with new perspectives, voices, and positions.


Dr. Candice M. Hamelin, Artistic Director
Ulrike Koloska, Director of Werkstatt Neue Drucke

Board of Directors and Supervisory and Curatorial Boards

The Stiftung Reinbeckhallen is represented by a board of directors that manages the day-to-day administration and represents the foundation in and out of court. Board members are the following:

Sven Herrmann, Chairman
Ulrike Koloska, Vice Chairwoman
Gabriele Bogaczyk, Financial Manager

The supervisory board advises and monitors the board of directors. It also oversees the foundation’s projects. Supervisory board members are the following:

Hans Eike von Oppeln-Bronikowski, Chairman
Karsten Knobbe, Deputy
Marion Greiner

The curatorial board advises on all matters related to the realization of the foundation’s aims. At the moment, its members are the following:

Dr. Friedrich Tietjen