As a manager and supervisory board member with decades of experience in introducing new technology, I am eager to do things differently and in an innovative way – and am particularly interested in how the German and international economy can become more open, digital and inclusive.
With my gallery, I want to give impulses to our economy and society – through art that stimulates reflection and rethinking. I am neither a professional nor an experienced collector. I let myself be guided by what inspires me and entices me to pause.
Our current exhibition
“Industrialized Being” by Marcus Meyer
Our relationship to animals oscillates between two extremes: We exploit them on an industrial scale, but we also admire their natural beauty. The German sculptor Marcus Meyer (*1964) impressively depicts this balancing act in his sculptures for “Industrialized Being”: The bodies of his animals are scarred by human influence but created from the wood of their original homeland – in an elaborate manufacturing process with numerous layers of wood.Download catalogue Download price table
How to find us
The gallery Simone Menne is located in the Alte Feuerwache Kiel, in the middle of the city centre. The easiest way to reach us is by public transport, e.g. bus line 11 from Kiel main station. If you come by car, you can use one of the surrounding car parks (Parkhaus Jensendamm, Parkhaus Schlossgarage).
Galerie Simone Menne, Alte Feuerwache 13 , 24103 Kiel
0431 8881 9995