Galerie Isabelle Lesmeister
Dr. Isabelle Lesmeister
Untere Bachgasse 7
93047 Regensburg

phone:    +49 941 57856
mobile:   +49 163 698 86 82


Please note that the gallery will remain closed for a short summer break from September 10 - September 23. We will reopen the gallery on the occasion of the Regensburger Galerienabend 2023 on September 23 at 6 pm.

Opening hours

Tuesday through Friday    11 am - 1 pm & 2 pm - 6 pm
Saturday                              11 am - 4 pm
and on appointment

LESMEISTER PROJECTS @Kulturraum Vor der Grieb 5

Opening night on September 20 at 7 pm

Tuesday through Friday    2 pm - 6 pm
Saturday                              2 pm - 4 pm
and on appointment

GALERIE ISABELLE LESMEISTER was founded at the end of 2010 by art historian Dr. Isabelle Lesmeister as a gallery for contemporary art. The gallery places particular emphasis on promoting young international artists. With joint exhibitions, the gallery aims to promote critical dialogue among artists, their mutual inspiration and collaboration, as well as a dialogue with visitors. 

Central to the gallery's program is the interest in regional differences and the individuality of each artist while promoting cosmopolitanism. Thus, the gallery collaborates with regional, national, and international artists from places such as the United States, Cuba, Australia, Korea, and Italy. We firmly believe that art expands people's worldview, self-understanding and scope of action, and thus have the power to change the world. Therefore, the gallery's program is based on conceptual art as well as art that breaks with the viewer's habitual ways of seeing and illuminates entirely new aspects of seeing and perception.

In 2020, Dr. Isabelle Lesmeister took over another gallery in Regensburg, the „Kunstkabinett“, which had already been established over 40 years ago and believed very early in the work of today's well-known artists such as Günther Uecker, A.R. Penck and Otto Piene. 

With the takeover of the gallery and its stock, the gallery program now expanded to include mainly graphic works by established artists shown in dialogue with young unknown contemporary artists.