Anselm Reyle (born 1970, Tübingen, Germany) is an artist based in Berlin.
Reyle uses modern abstraction's linguistic Conventions like found objects.
He has shown work in many exhibitions including at the 2nd Prague Biennial, at Daimler-Chrysler Contemporary in Berlin and Galerie Michael Neff in Frankfurt. Reyle has also shown at museums and galleries such as Kunsthalle Zurich, the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art and Centro Cultural Andratx. He is represented by Gagosian in New York, Galerie Almine Rechin Brussels and Paris and Andersen_s Contemporary Artin Copenhagen.
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