archive-title Daily Archives: 2018-04-06 21:11:27

Daily Archives: 2018-04-06 21:11:27

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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!

Michael Schäfer | Us and them | GALERIE SPRINGER BERLIN | 24.04.–16.06.2018

until 16.06. | #1938ARTatBerlin | GALERIE SPRINGER BERLIN shows from 24th April 2018 the exhibition US AND THEM by the artist Michael Schäfer. In the fall of 2014, Michael Schäfer first encountered videos by Fighters and civilians filmed in the fight for Kobane and put on the net. The radicalism and violence, the unfiltered way […]

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Monica Bonvicini | GUILT | König Galerie (St. Agnes Chapel) | 03.03.-15.04.2018

until 15.04. | 1937ARTatBerlin | König Galerie shows until 15th April 2018 the exhibition GUILT by the artist Monica Bonvicini. KÖNIG GALERIE is pleased to present GUILT, the second exhibition of Monica Bonvicini at the gallery, presented at the Chapel space on the ground floor. The exhibition is conceived as a constellation of works that […]

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Katharina Kohl | Gedächtnislücken | Stella A. | 13.04.-26.05.2018

until 26.05. | #1936ARTatBerlin | Stella A. shows from 13th April 2018 the exhibition “Gedächtnislücken” (>”memory lapses”) with laser- and pochoir prints by the artist Katharina Kohl. For many years Katharina Kohl has dedicated herself to portrait painting, which was already presented at our gallery both in single and group exhibitions (2009, 2012). In 2012 […]

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Christopher Lehmpfuhl + Natela Iankoshvili | Galerie Kornfeld | 26.04.–17.06.2018

until 17.06. | #1935ARTatBerlin | Galerie Kornfeld shows from 26th April 2018 the exhibition “Reise nach Georgien” by the artists Natela Iankoshvili and Christopher Lehmpfuhl. Galerie Kornfeld is pleased to announce an exhibition of paintings by Natela Iankoshvili and Christoper Lehmpfuhl under the heading “Journey to Georgia”. The exhibition shows Georgia as a place of […]

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