Clemens Büntig


Clemens Büntig, the director of the artist collective Clemens Büntig Editionen, has worked as a printer for contemporary artists since 1991. He printed editions for artist like Richard Serra or Ed Ruscha,  Jim Dine and Jenniffer Bartlett at Pace Prints under Aldo Crommelynck at the Spring Street workshop in Soho. 


His passion for printmaking led him to open up his own printshop 2008 south of Munich with collaborations with artists like Sean Scully, Mark Harrington and others. He published movies on the Art of Printmaking - to be seen on YouTube, writes about printmaking and collaborated with Major Museums, like the staatliche grafische Sammlung München or the Brücke Museum in Berlin.  He is known for his expertise to print of fragile woodblocks and was asked to reprint works by Emil Nolde and Karl Schmitt- Rotluff from the original blocks. From 2016 to 2019 he was a partner of Dreipunkt Edition with international exhibitions. 
Clemens Büntig has opened recently his own Gallery with a fine selection of artists. The galleries main passion is for works on paper with an emphasis on drawing, classical and experimental printmaking techniques and other convincing experiments. We are very happy to present a handpicked selection of fine pieces here and wish you inspiring browsing.