Welcome,

here you can find our exhibitions in chronological order. Some of them might not be available to visit anymore. For the sake of completeness they are also published here, to give you as an art lover an overview of exhibitions, that have taken place in Berlin. Enjoy!

Arno Bojak | ei,Monstrum,ei | Köppe Contemporary | 09.09.-08.10.2016

until 08.10. |  #0649ARTatBerlin | Köppe Contemporary shows from the 9th September 2016 the exhibition – ei,Monstrum,ei – by the artist Arno Bojak. We are sorry, but the gallery did not provide an English exhibition description. For details please see the German description, that you can reach by pressing the language button in the right corner. Thank […]

read more

How long is now ? + Eberhard Havekost | KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art | 23.10.2016-19.02.2017

until 19.02. | #0648ARTatBerlin | On October 22, 2016, the KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art will open the entire former brewery building with exhibitions spanning three floors in the Power House as well as the cafe in the Brew House. Now, after extensive renovations, regular exhibitions can begin throughout the building. On show is the […]

read more

Sven Drühl | SIMULATIONEN | Haus am Waldsee | 09.09.-06.11.2016

until 06.11. | #0647ARTatBerlin | Haus am Waldsee shows from the 9th September 2016 the artist Sven Drühl with the exhibition SIMULATIONEN – Landschaft jenseits der Wirklichkeit. Today, reality and artificiality are becoming more and more indistinguishable. Sven Drühl’s artistic strategy resembles that of a visual DJ: he reinterprets, mixes, de-emotionalises, controls and works with contemporary materials […]

read more

Winston Chmielinski | HOW TO LET GO | Magic Beans Gallery | 02.09.-02.10.2016

until 02.10. | #0646ARTatBerlin | Magic Beans Gallery presents from the 2nd September 2016 the exhibition  HOW TO LET GO by the artist Winston Chmielinski. “Every passion borders on the chaotic, but the collector’s passion borders on the chaos of memories.” — Walter Benjamin Magic Beans is pleased to present Winston Chmielinski’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. “How to […]

read more
X

Send this to a friend