domobaal is a contemporary art gallery in central London.

domobaal is a contemporary art gallery in central London, established in 2000. The gallery works with artists across all disciplines, including Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, Lothar Götz, Christopher Hanlon, Maud Cotter, Neil Gall and Nicky Hirst. To date, over 200 solo and group exhibitions have been presented in the space, alongside external and biennial projects. The gallery also runs an artists’ books and related ephemera publishing programme.

domobaal
3 John Street
London
WC1N 2ES
+44 780 170 3871
  • Lothar Götz: Salvation

    Lothar Götz

    Salvation, 2021

    Installation view at domobaal, London

    Photo: Andy Keate

    Lothar Götz: Salvation

    Domo Baal is proud to present Lothar Götz's fourth solo exhibition in the gallery: SALVATION. The redemptive sense of this show's title - with its suggestion of a place of safety and deliverance from earthly woe, finds an echo in the works here: their bursts of abstract space like an opening up of horizons after the closed-in ones of recent months. Many works do though bear the mark of recent lockdown/s: their smaller size reflecting the domestic-size of the home studio space in which they were made. Even the wall-painting is reduced in scale compared with those usually associated with Götz, occupying the gallery's domestic-scale chimney breast. But these are works that are a celebration of the experience of painting as space, beyond the frame and the possibility of dreaming still: their intense blooms of colour like lights at the end of a tunnel. Götz's work has always had this...