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The OMC Gallery was established 1999 in Düsseldorf by Rolf Goellnitz and RoxAnn Madera.

In 2000 it opened doors with an exhibition, titled: “The Beat Hotel” featuring the B/W Photography of English photographer Harold Chapman. In 2002 OMC participated already at “Paris Photo” a world-class fair for modern and contemporary photography. 2003 OMC was the first gallery to present renown American photographers like Lauren Greenfield (L.A.) and James Nachtwey (N.Y.C) in Germany and at Paris Photo, France. Since its start the gallery also took pride in supporting emerging artists like Wolfgang Herbold, Florian Beckers, Brooke Lydecker, Edouard de’ Pazzi, Birgit Sauer, Scott Valenzuela, Andrej Glusgold, Felix De Quesada, Pau Quintanajornet to be established in the Art Market.

Meanwhile OMC Gallery has presented in almost 80 exhibitions an eclectic mix of work by internationally acclaimed artists like Pierre Alechinsky, Erwin Olaf, Michael Burges, Pavel Odvody, Josef Sudek, Milko Pavlov, Alvin Booth, Daniel & Geo Fuchs, Dale Yudelman, Guy Tillim, Purvis Young, Kris Scholz, Gudrun Kemsa, Michael Kenna, Tom Baril and upcoming new talents.


Featured types of Contemporary Art are: Photography, Painting, Digital Art, Work on Paper, Small Sculpture and Video by mature and emerging artists alike.

The Gallery has participated in international Contemporary Art and Photography Fairs in Cologne, Paris, New York, Rotterdam, Los Angeles, Düsseldorf, Miami and San Francisco.

OMC Gallery is currently cooperating with artists from Europe, Japan, South Africa and the USA.

Please note: The OMC Gallery operates until further notice only online, there are no public hours/ exhibitions.

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