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. 

Thomas Feuerstein | PROMETHEUS DELIVERED | Haus am Lützowplatz | 14.09.-19.11.2017

until 19.11. | #1631ARTatberlin | Haus am Lützowplatz presents from 14th September 2017 the exhibition “PROMETHEUS DELIVERED” by the artist Thomas Feuerstein. 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 right corner. […]

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Michael Dreyer | Höchste Armut (2) | Aanant & Zoo | 26.09.-17.11.2017

until 17.11. | #1630ARTatBerlin | Aanant & Zoo presents from 26th September 2017 with the artist Michael Dreyer the second iteration of the exhibition “Höchste Armut”. »Höchste Armut« (8 Sept – 17 Nov 17) consists of a five part, associatively curated cycle, dissolving the spacial connection of a conventional group show by subdividing it in temporally successive […]

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Feodora Hohenlohe | Description of the Familiar | JeanMichelBerlin | 06.10.-31.10.2017

until 31.10. | #1584ARTatBerlin | The Gallery JeanMichelBerlin presents Feodora Hohenlohes paintings in a comprehensive exibition entitled “The Description of the Familiar”. When asked about herself, Feodora Hohenlohe says: “I am a painter and in love with oil colors. If you want to know something about me, then have a look at my pictures.” These, however, […]

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Tanja Nittka | Les Chambres | Galerie Michael Haas | 20.10.–04.11.2017

until 04.11. | #1629ARTatBerlin | Galerie Michael Haas presents from 20th October 2017 an exhibition with paintings of the series “Les Chambres” by the artist Tanja Nittka. What story do objects tell us? How many hands have already slid along the course of an old staircase bannister, whose steps have long since been swallowed by a heavy […]

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