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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!

Sven-Åke Johansson + Thomas Kapielski | Laura Mars Gallery | 22.02.-21.03.2020

until 21.03. | #2689ARTatBerlin | Laura Mars Gallery shows from 22nd February 2020 the first joint exhibition by Sven-Åke Johansson and Thomas Kapielski. The opening of the exhibition is at the same time LP release: SÅJ / TK – The Moabit Duo/recovered, published by Fantôme, and video premiere: SÅJ / TK – Live at Korrekt. […]

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Alina Cowan + Ben Wagin | Bäume Traum Räume | Galerie Brockstedt | 22.02.-04.04.2020 – extended until 30.5.2020

extended until 30.05. | #2688ARTatBerlin | Galerie Brockstedt shows from 22nd February 2020 the exhibition Bäume Traum Räume (> Trees Dream Spaces ) with the artist Alina Cowan and the tree godfather Ben Wagin. Large-format drawings in black and white on the walls by newcomer Alina Cowan (born 1987) are in dialogue with a floor […]

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Vajiko Chachkhiani | Death Chase + A Silent Conversation | Daniel Marzona + Rolando Anselmi | 14.02.–28.03.2020

until 28.03. | #2687ARTatBerlin| Daniel Marzona presents from 14 February 2020 the exhibition Death Chase by the artist Vajiko Chachkhiani. One week later, on February 21, Daniel Marzona opens the exhibition A Silent Conversation with Vajiko Chachkhiani and Raijiro Wada at Rolando Anselmi’s. Daniel Marzona is pleased to announce Death Chase, the third solo exhibition of […]

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Daniela Comani + Carlo Battisti | lesen | drj art projects | 13.02.-21.03.2020 – extended until 13.06.2020

extended until 13.06. | #2686ARTatBerlin | drj art projects presents from 13th February 2020 the exhibition lesen with works by the artists Daniela Comani and Carlo Battisti. lesen is the title of the first exhibition of the new decade at drj art projects. On display is a juxtaposition of new works by the two Italian artists Carlo […]

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GAMA | Fremdwald | hilleckes probst galerie | 28.01.-25.04.2020

until 25.04. | #2685ARTatBerlin | hilleckes probst galerie presents since 28th January 2020 the exhibition Fremdwald with paintings by the artist Künstlers GAMA. The Mongolian painter calls his exhibition “Fremdwald” (foreign forest) and takes us into a fascinating world of his own iconography. GAMA, Fremdwald, 2019, Oil on Canvas 100 x 70 cm With the […]

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Alexander Iskin | www.arturbating.com | Sexauer Gallery | 08.02.-20.03.2020 (probably longer)

for now until 20.03. | #2684ARTatBerlin | Sexauer Gallery presents from 8. February 2020 the livestreamed long-term performance www.arturbating.com of the artist Alexander Iskin. In May 2020, the Mönchehaus Museum will honor the artistic work of Alexander Iskin for the first time on the occasion of his 30th birthday in the solo exhibition “Die Ursache […]

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Daniel Harms | Strange Days | Köppe Contemporary | 14.02.-14.03.2020

until 14.03. | #2678ARTatBerlin | Köppe Contemporary presents from 14th February 2020 the exhibition Strange Days with paintings and drawings by the artist Daniel Harms.  The art of Daniel Harms (*1980 in Hamburg, since 2007 based in Berlin) is inspired by many sources. Even if one initially has the impression that Harms’ visual language is […]

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Blue Skies, Red Panic | The 1950s in Europe. A photographic review | Museum für Fotografie | 29.01.-23.02.2020

The Museum für Fotografie shows the exhibition “Blue Skies, Red Panic. The 1950s in Europe. A photographic review” since 29th January 2020. The photo exhibition illuminates an era that marked a new social and political beginning in Europe. A special exhibition of the project “Fifties in Europe Kaleidoscope” in cooperation with Institut für Museumsforschung – […]

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Winter holiday programme 2020 of the National Museums in Berlin | 01.02.-09.02.2020

During the winter holidays 2020 (01.02.-09.02.2020) the National Museums in Berlin (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin) offer a varied programme for children, young people and families. In three-day workshops, children and young people explore the museums together and become creatively active. In addition, one-day workshops and exhibition talks will take place on the weekends. Please note […]

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