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About us

Galerie Bromer was founded in 2011 in Roggwil in the canton of Bern and has since expanded to a second location in Zurich in 2020.

The gallery's focus lies on classical modernism with names such as Cuno Amiet, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Giovanni Giacometti and Ferdinand Hodler, as well as on contemporary art with artists such as Günther Förg, Markus Lüpertz and Richard Long. In the field of international art trade Galerie Bromer has gained a recognized position and is therefore able to mediate, acquire and commission important works from the secondary market. We keep close contacts with collectors, artists and institutions on a national and international level with the utmost discretion. We also offer holistic administration and processing of estates as well as support in building, maintaining and dissolving collections.
Several times a year, we organize thematic and monographic temporary exhibitions in our gallery premises in Roggwil and Zurich, thus constantly shedding new light on the most diverse aspects of our programme.
The gallery's own publishing house, Edition Bromer, regularly produces carefully prepared artist monographs and exhibition catalogues that provide an insight into the gallery's research and support of artists.

Through our platform Galerie Bromer Online you can gain a comprehensive insight into our inventory and directly request or purchase high-quality works of art. The original artworks can always be viewed in our gallery space. 


Pier Stuker
Partner and Executive Director

Gabriela Gonzalez
Partner and Executive Director

Samira Tanner
Project Manager

Andrea Cantalejo
Gallery Assistant

Evelyn Bangerter
Scientific Assistant

Galerie Bromer an der Rämistrasse 3 in Zürich.

Galerie Bromer an der Rämistrasse 3 in Zürich.

Galerie Bromer an der Rämistrasse 3 in Zürich.

Galerie Bromer in Roggwil, Bern.

Galerie Bromer in Roggwil, Bern.

Auditorium in Roggwil.

Bromer Art Collection

Rita and René Brogli
Collection Holders and Founders

Galerie Bromer manages, among others, the Bromer Art Collection, the private art collection of René Brogli, founder of the gallery. The encounter with the landscape painter Arnold Ammann was his first contact with the art world, upon which he began to collect art passionately. The focus of his collection grew into the field of classical modernism and Swiss landscape and mountain painting from the 19th and 20th centuries, including important works by Cuno Amiet, Ferdinand Hodler, Ernest Bièler or Charles L’Eplattenier among others.
René Brogli's enthusiasm for the Swiss artist Rudolf Häsler, who lived in Cuba for twelve years during the revolution, also brought the collection to a new focus and a new geographical expansion: Cuban art.