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ART at Berlin - Gallery Weekend 2020

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THE INTERVIEW. IN|DEEDS

Artists, gallerists and curators, who exhibit in Berlin galleries or live in this city, in the interview IN|DEEDS on www.DEEDS.WORLD.

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  • Daniel Marzona in 360°

    Daniel Marzona, born 1969 in Bielefeld, studied art history and philosophy at the Ruhr University Bochum. From 2001 to 2004 he worked as a curator at the P.S.1 Contemporary Art Institute, New York. In 2004, together with Elena Carlini, he founded the publishing house Navado Press and began publishing numerous texts on contemporary art. From […]

  • Marc Taschowsky in 360°

    The painter Marc Taschowsk was born in Frankfurt/Main in 1972 and grew up in Dortmund. From 1996 to 2001 he studied at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig and received a diploma in free art in 2002. He spent study visits in Korea and Japan, and in 2018 he was Artist in Residence in […]

  • Grigori Dor

    The painter and graphic designer Grigori Dor, who was born in Russia and lives in Berlin, initiated and curated the large group exhibition 50/50 – The Matter of Duality together with the artist Mascha Naumova. This exhibition presented works by around 100 Berlin artists at the Paul Fleischmann Haus in Berlin-Gesundbrunnen for one week in […]

  • Mascha Naumova

    The Russian performance and video artist Mascha Naumova explores moral, social and gender-specific questions in her works. Together with the painter Grigori Dor, she initiated and curated the large group exhibition 50/50 – The Matter of Duality. This exhibition presented works by around 100 Berlin artists for one week in January 2020 in the Paul […]

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Special exhibitions in museums

which are currently or in the near future to be seen in Berlin.

Exhibitions you should have seen

360 ° panoramas of exhibitions shown in galleries in Berlin. Visit the exhibition now virtually.

Ilna Ewers-Wunderwald | Blackbox #6 | 28.02.-16.06.2019 Bröhan Museum

ART at Berlin - Exhibition Special in 360 Grad Brohan-Museum-Elisabeth-Wunderwald
To the EXHIBITION Special in 360°

Julius Bobke | Rhythm of the Staple Gun | Gallery Visit – Galerie Martin Mertens

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To the GALLERY VISIT in 360°

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GALLERY VISITS 360°                 EXHIBITION Specials 360°                 ART SQUARES Specials 360°                  STUDIO VISITS 360°

 

Are you showing an exhibition or do you know of one that should not be withheld from our art-loving visitors? And you think that this exhibition should be immortalized as a 360° tour? Then you are welcome to contact us: post@artatberlin.com.

Photo exhibitions in galleries

which are currently or in the near future to be seen in Berlin.

Exhibitions painting, sculpture,
drawing, … in galleries

which are currently or in the near future to be seen in Berlin.

Selected exhibitions

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Masterpieces in Berlin

You can visit numerous impressive artistic masterpieces from all eras in Berlin’s museums. But where exactly will you find works by Albrecht Dürer, Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, Sandro Botticelli, Peter Paul Rubens or the world-famous Nefertiti? We will introduce you to the most impressive artistic masterpieces in Berlin. And can lead you to the respective museum with only one click. So that you can personally experience and enjoy your favourite masterpiece live. This way to the Masterpieces in Berlin Museums.

Selected Masterpieces

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  • Sandro Botticelli – Madonna with Child

    Thanks to Count Atanasius Raczynski one is able to marvel at “Madonna with Child” and eight singing angels by Sandro Botticelli in Berlin. In 1824 he bought the art piece for 2500 francs (for his collection in his art gallery at his palace). A not so well known fact is that his palace was situated […]

  • Adolph Menzel – Flute concert in Sanssouci

    Adolph Menzel grants us a detailed insight of a cultural evening at the court of Friedrich the Great in the palace Sanssouci. Music is being played. The king himself is playing the flute. He is standing in the centre of the picture. To the right his chamber ensemble and to the left an audience of […]

  • Jan Vermeer (van Delft) – Man and Woman drinking Wine

    The glance falls into a room that is furnished with a table, a bench and two chairs. The table is covered in an expensive manufactured table cloth. A painting in a gold frame is hanging on the wall. A woman dressed in a fancy red dress is sitting on a chair opposite the window. The […]

  • Caravaggio – Cupid as Victor

    Caravaggio is said to be the master of light and shade like how his piece “Amor vincit Omnia” or “Cupid as victor” undoubtedly proves. The specific focus was on the use of light and shade causing the painting to seem plastic, showing a naked and winged cupid embodied by a young boy. His pose is […]

  • Rembrandt van Rijn – Man in a Gold Helmet – from the circle around

    In 1897, the Kaiser-Friedrich-Museums-Verein, a sponsor of the Gemäldegalerie Berlin, purchased the masterpiece “Man in a Gold Helmet” as an original work by Rembrandt. Less than 100 years later, in the 1970s, it came to light as part of the “Rembrandt Research Project” initiated in 1968 that the painting was created by someone close to […]

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