here you will find exhibitions from the selected category. They are sorted in descending order of actuality. New exhibitions are listed at the top. Exhibitions whose runtime is in the past are listed further down. As an art enthusiast, you can also use this archive to find out about past exhibitions. 

Adam Pendleton | shot him in the face | KW Institute for Contemporary Art | 24.02.-14.05.2017

until 14.05. | #1080ARTatBerlin | KW Institute for Contemporary ART shows from 24th February 2017 the exhibition “shot him in the face” by the artist Adam Pendleton. American artist Adam Pendleton’s exhibition titled shot him in the face occupies the entire third floor of KW with one large-scale gesture—a wall that diagonally cuts across the exhibition space. […]

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Walter Karberg | Tusche auf Leinwand und Karton | Galerie Carlos Hulsch | 24.02.-28.04.2017

until 28.04. | #1079ARTatBerlin | Galerie Carlos Hulsch presents from 24th February 2017 the exhibition “Tusche auf Leinwand und Karton” by the artist Walter Karberg. Vernissage: Thursday 23th February 2017, 7 to 9 p.m. (Welcoming and appreciation Werner Tammen. The artist will be presents.) Exhibition period: Friday, 24th February to Friday, 28th April 2017   Image caption: Walter Karberg, ohne Titel, Tusche auf Leinwand, […]

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Julius Bobke | FFFFF | GALERIE MARTIN MERTENS | 25.02.–08.04.2017

until 08.04. | #1078ARTatBerlin | GALERIE MARTIN MERTENS shows from 25th February 2017 the exhibition “FFFFF” by the artist Julius Bobke. At 24 years of age, Julius Bobke is the second young painter from Berlin, after Pius Fox, whose work is already so autonomous, consistent and convincing amidst his studies at the UdK (University of Arts, Berlin) that […]

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THREE POSITIONS. SIX DIRECTIONS. (2) | Group exhibition | KÖNIG GALERIE | 18.02.-26.03.2017

until 26.03. | #1077ARTatBerlin | KÖNIG GALERIE presents from 18th February 2017 with “Chapter II: door to the future, window to the past” the second part of the group exhibition “THREE POSITIONS. SIX DIRECTIONS.” As the title suggests, the very location of the exhibition is at the core of its theme. ST AGNES both contains it and inspires it. […]

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ausgezeichnet | gefördert | Group exhibition | galerie weisser elefant | 11.02.-11.03.2017

until 11.03. | #1076ARTatBerlin | Hans und Charlotte Krull Stiftung presents from 11th February 2017, in the rooms of galerie weisser elefant, the exhibition “ausgezeichnet | gefördert”. The gallery just provided a German exhibition description by now. For details please change to the german version of ART@Berlin. It is really easy: Just press the language button in the upper […]

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Dionisio González | Thinking Central Park | taubert contemporary | 18.02.-22.04.2017

until 22.04. | #1075ARTatBerlin | Taubert contemporary shows from 18th February 2017 the exhibition “Thinking Central Park” by the artist Dionisio González. Central Park is essentially a void. A 4000 x 800-metre void. It was conceived on the basis of an idea of spatiality where density was to be developed, but it is the density of the buildings of Manhattan, in […]

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√MAGIC+LOVExART² | Group exhibition | Magic Beans | 17.02.–19.03.2017

until 19.03. | #1074ARTatBerlin | Magic Beans shows from 17th February 2017 the group exhibition “√MAGIC+LOVE x ART²”. With: ABETZ & DRESCHER,  DR. JOHANNES ALBES, STEFANO BOSIS, FREDERIKE VON CRANACH, GIUSEPPE GONELLA,  TIMO KLÖPPEL, DANIEL LANNES, ERIK NIEMINEN, LORELLA PALEN and SADIE WEIS. The square root of “magic” plus “love” multiplied by “art squared” is an amusing equation that allows […]

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Paula Klien | Invisibilities | AquabitArt | 16.02.-27.02.2017

until 27.02. | #1073ARTatBerlin | AquabitArt presents from 16th February 2017 the exhibition”Invisibilities” with works of chinese ink on paper and canvas by the artist Paula Klien. Paula Klien uses monochromatic Chinese ink to create art works that reflect her mindscape in a transient world. Her lyrical abstractions exude a sense of fluidity, sombreness and raw elegance, inviting the mind to […]

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