“Trip into the night”, 2022, watercolor on paper, 7,8×15,8 inches

Current exhibitions

July 2 to September 3, 2022
Looking back ahead
Group exhibition for the 10th anniversary of the gallery
Kornfeld Gallery, Berlin
May 20 to July 3, 2022
Painting trips
Villa Wessel, Iserlohn
in cooperation with Kornfeld Gallery, Berlin
May 11, 2022
German Embassy, Bern

from now on you can look at 120 oil paintings and watercolors in the wine cellar of
Rudi Bindella ‘s Vallocaia winery near Montepulciano which are on permanent display there. You can watch a film by Michael Waitz about Christopher Lehmpfuhl’s multiple visits to the Vallocaia winery here .
You can view the published book here . It can be purchased in the shop.

since January 11, 2016
Current works from the Schlossplatz cycle are shown at the European School of Management and Technology, Berlin.
European School of Management and Technology, Berlin

Upcoming exhibitions

July 7th to 10th, 2022
ART Karlsruhe
July 19, 2022
Summer exhibition
Müllers Gallery, Rendsburg
August 25, 2022
Enter Art Fair 2022, Copenhagen
with Galerie Kornfeld, Berlin


Mutter Fourage Gallery

Have a look on summer paintings by Christopher Lehmpfuhl until Sunday, June 26.

Table talk

at WDR 5 with Lothar Lenz. More information here .

Invitation Mutter Fourage Gallery

Home moments

An interview about the exhibition you may read here (in German language) .

Art auction Ukraine help

More information here.
(in German language)

Urs Reichlin Gallery

View the catalogue here.

Museum Würth

You can see a video about the exhibition in the “Museo Würth La Rioja” here


A video by Michael Waitz about the painting travels to the Vallocaia vinery of Rudi Bindella you may watch here.
Have a look to the published book here.


You can see a television report in the NDR Kulturjournal about Christopher Lehmpfuhl’s landscape painting here .


You can see a TV report in “Title, Theses, Temperamente” on the exhibition in Gottorf Castle here .

Embraced by the sea

View the catalogue here.


A video about the exhibition by Michael Waitz you may watch here.