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. 

Dafna Kaffemann + Wilken Skurk | lorch + seidel contemporary | 01.03.-14.04.2018

until 14.04. | #1890ARTatBerlin | lorch + seidel contemporary presents from 1. March 2018 the exhibition IF I HAD A HOME with objects and sculptures by the artists Dafna Kaffeman and Wilken Skurk. Wilken Skurk’s sculptures Home, Nest and Tresor (Strong Room) embody visions of the theme of dwelling. Despite their divergent approaches, all three […]

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Nici Cumpston | Calling In | Michael Reid Gallery | 09.02.-17.03.2018

until 17.03. | #1889ARTatBerlin | Michael Reid Gallery currently shows the exhibition “Calling In” by the artist Nici Cumpston. Works on paper produced at the Aboriginal Print Workshop, Cicada Press, UNSW Art & Design, Sydney Calling In, a series of works on pape r by Nici Cumpston, capture the haunting beauty of the Murray-Darling Basin […]

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Raffi Kalenderian | Always In Rare Form | Buchmann Galerie | 23.02.-14.04.2018

until 14.04. | #1888ARTatBerlin | Buchmann Galerie shows from 23. February 2018 the exhibition ALWAYS IN RARE FORM by the artist Raffi Kalenderian. Buchmann Galerie is delighted to announce its third solo exhibition with Raffi Kalenderian (*1981, lives and works in Los Angeles). We will be presenting new paintings as well as works on paper. […]

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last dance | group exhibition | Autocenter at the KINDL | 09.03.-11.03.2018

until 11.03. | #1887ARTatBerlin | Autocenter is a guest at KINDL and shows from 9th March 2018 its last exhibition “last dance” at Power House M0 (Maschinenhaus M0). The exhibition takes place as usual on a single weekend and is curated by Joep van Liefland and Maik Schierloh. Participating artists: Alisa Berger, Antje Engelmann, David […]

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Ellen Cantor | My Perversion is the Belief in True Love | Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi | 06.02.-24.03.2018

until 24.03. | #1888ARTatBerlin | Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi currently shows the exhibition “My Perversion is the Belief in True Love“ by the artist Ellen Cantor. Vernissage: Saturday, February 3rd 2018, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. Exhibition period: Tuesday, February 6th to Saturday, March 24th 2018   Image caption: Ellen Cantor, Untitled, 1990, Oil on canvas, 106.68 x 116.84 cm, Courtesy Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin […]

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Aneta Kajzer + Manuel Stehli | Künstlerhaus Bethanien | 02.03.-25.03.2018

until 25.03. | #1885ARTatBerlin | Künstlerhaus Bethanien shows from 2nd March 2018 the exhibition “Out of Touch / Out of Time” by the artists Aneta Kajzer and Manuel Stehli. The exhibition is curated by Carina Bukuts. The Winsor & Netwon Fellows Aneta Kajzer and Manuel Stehli’s double exhibition “Out of Touch / Out of Time” […]

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Franziska Klotz | Memories of Tomorrow | Galerie Kornfeld | 16.03.-21.04.2018

until 21.04. | #1884ARTatBerlin | Galerie Kornfeld shows from 16th March 2018 the exhibition “Memories of Tomorrow” by the artist Franziska Klotz. After venturing to the limits of abstraction in recent years, and occasionally even exceeding them, Franziska Klotz returns to a style of painting more oriented on the object in her current works. At […]

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Paco Knöller + Leunora Salihu | Galerie Thomas Schulte | 16.03.-14.04./21.04.2018

until 14.04./21.04. | #1883ARTatBerlin | Galerie Thomas Schulte shows from 16th March 2018 zhe exhibition “Atemblau” (> Breathblue) by the artist Paco Knöller, accompanied by the exhibition “Urknall” (> Big Bang Theory) by the artist Leunora Salihu at the Corner Space of the gallery, that is on show until 14th April. ATEMBLAU presents pencil drawings […]

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Stephanus Heidacker | Gestern im Vorübergehen | Raab Galerie | 21.02.-13.03.2018

until 13.03. | #1882ARTatBerlin | Raab Galerie shows from 21st February 2018 the exhibition “Gestern im Vorübergehen” (yesterday in passing) by the artist Stephanus Heidacker. Stephanus Heidacker’s works seem serious at first glance and have the antique or themes such as Picasso as a background. But if you let yourself in on the works, one […]

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