What kind of artworks can I buy?
Every item in this store is an original artwork by Christoph Niemann.
All silkscreen prints are hand made in Berlin. Christoph prepares the color separations, selects the inks and supervises the printing process. He personally dates, signs and numbers the prints.
Each drawing is a singular piece of art, created and signed by Christoph Niemann.
For collectors who are interested in his original drawings, we have created a private gallery. You can easily access it by sending an email to collection@christophniemann.
Offset prints are produced by our trusted supplier, SIZ Industria Grafica in Verona, Italy, who specialized in high quality art reproductions. The offset editions are marked with an embossed seal. They and are numbered, dated and signed by Christoph Niemann.
In the collection “100% books” you will find books and prints from the ongoing collaboration of Christoph Niemann and Nicholas Blechman.
We comply with all tax and customs regulations. For international orders, we will include all the required paperwork (shipping invoices and a statement which proofs the originality of the work for a duty free entry into non-EU countries). In most cases this is sufficient to avoid customs fees. Some countries charge an import V.A.T. or sales tax.
We want you to be 100% happy and excited about your artwork. Should you not be fully satisfied with your purchase, you can return the artwork within 2 weeks after you received the shipment. We will issue a full refund once the artwork is back in the studio undamaged. We will deduct the shipping cost from the refund.
What is an edition?
A print edition is a series of prints produced in the same way at the same time. Many contemporary artists produce editions (prints) or multiples (objects) in variable editions.
How do I recognize an original drawing or a print by Christoph Niemann?
Each print and drawing is signed and comes with a signed and stamped certificate of authenticity.
Color accuracy of images show in the online gallery
The images you see in the store represent the original as closely as possible. Since natural pigments and paper can’t be accurately reproduced digitally, the original artwork may look slightly different from the digital preview. (The most common feedback we receive from collectors, are that the original art they receive feels richer and more nuanced that the digital preview suggests).
Can I buy digital prints or assign custom art pieces
We do not offer digital prints of Christoph Niemann’s artworks. We can’t provide digital files for the production of digital prints. Christoph does not produce custom art pieces.
If you are interested in digital prints of Christoph’s New Yorker covers, please visit the New Yorker Cover Store. (Please note that these prints are not produced or signed by Christoph).
I’m interested in a piece that is marked “sold out”
In rare occasions we might have an artist proof (s. section “What is an edition) in stock. Please contact us and we can inquire if we can make it available.
What about copyright of an image
With the purchase of an art piece, you become the owner of the physical art piece. The copyright remains with Christoph Niemann. You may not reproduce the image without written consent of Christoph Niemann.
Since safe shipping of glass frames is prohibitively expensive, we only offer unframed work. Here we have collected a few basic framing recommendations.
Loans for Museum shows
We may contact you if your original drawing is considered to be included in a museum show. You are of course under no obligation to agree to such a loan.