||"Affenfaust" is founded by Marcus Schild (*1986), Lycien David-Csery (*1987) and Frederik Schäfer (*1983) as offspace on St.Pauli. Numerous exhibitions and various events follow.
||First internationally renowned exhibition with the Swiss artist duo Geraldiné et Tizian.
||Participation in the Reeperbahn-Festival, as well as the organization of the opening event of the
||Establishment in the Hamburg art scene through monthly exhibitions from the
Area of urban art with local and international artists
||Alignment of the first Knotenpunkt Festivals in an old industrial building on the Kolbenhof premises. Robert Neuendorf is accepted as the fourth "monkey fistula".
||change of name to "Affenfaust Galerie". New logo and extended internet presence with Onlineshop.
||The exhibition "Katzen gehen immer" is featured in the renowned ART-Magazine and the MONOPOL magazine positively received.
||Second Knotenpunkt Festival with 40 international artists and 4000 visitors on four days.
For the first time, large house facades are designed by UrbanArt artists.
||Removal into a 1000sqm large, former supermarket on St.Pauli. Opening event "Das Eigene Ich" with over 2000 visitors.
||Continuing increase in visitor numbers. Highly regarded exhibitions, the third edition
of the Knotenpunkt Festival, Cooperation with Galleries, of the Kunsthalle, Millerntor Gallery and the Artville/Dockville.
||Exhibition highlight: "142 Jahre Kunst in Hamburg" with twelve Hamburg galleries. Participation of ArtFair Cologne.
||Founding of Paul Roosen Contemporary as a gallery with a focus on the presentation of young, international artists who often work site-specifically and installatively.
||G20 in Hamburg. The summit will be critically accompanied by an exhibition of Aballa Al Omari and the Museum of Capitalism.
||Together with Cramer Möbel we breathe new life into the venerable Home villa in Eimsbüttel.
||Young artists from Iran, Afghanistan and Europe present their works at the festival Wundern über Tanawo' at the Elbphilharmonie, the Kampnagel and the Affenfaust Galerie.
||First guest performance in the Barlach Halle K with the exhibition Surfaces II with Corinna Holthusen and Elmar Lause.