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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!

Natascha Mann + Paul Schwietzke | Galerie Kremers | 14.03.-19.04.2020 – extended until 30.05.2020

extended until 30.05. | #2713ARTatBerlin | Galerie Kremers presents from 14th March 2020 the exhibition “In a Color Frenzy – Narrative Painting behind Glass” with works by the artist Natascha Mann. In parallel, surreal works by Paul Schwietzke will be shown. Natascha Mann The artist Natascha Mann, who was born in Bayreuth in 1946, is […]

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Antti Pussinen + Mathilde Nardone | Céci n‘ est pas une Photo | Luisa Catucci Gallery | 06.03.-04.05.2020

until 04.05. | #2712ARTatBerlin | Luisa Catucci Gallery presents from 6th March 2020 the exhibition Céci n’ est pas une Photo with works by Antti Pussinen and Mathilde Nardone. The dialog between the work of the Belgian artist Mathilde Nardone and the work of the Finnish artist Antti Pussinen, resemble more to an ancient dance, […]

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Kara Walker | THE SOVEREIGN CITIZENS … | Sprüth Magers Berlin | 11.03.-04.04.2019 – extended until 19.04.2020

extended until 04.04. | #2711ARTatBerlin | Sprüth Magers Berlin shows from 11th March 2020 the installation THE SOVEREIGN CITIZENS SESQUICENTENNIAL CIVIL WAR CELEBRATION by the artist Kara Walker. Following on from the acclaimed Kara Walker exhibition at their London gallery, and concurrent with the artist’s ongoing Tate Modern Turbine Hall commission in London, Monika Sprüth […]

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The 1970s | Works on Paper | Galerie Dittmar | 13.03.-29.04.2020 – extended until 04.07.2020

extended until 04.07. |#2710ARTatBerlin | Galerie Dittmar shows from 13th March 2020 the exhibition “The 1970s” with works on paper by Gerhard Altenbourg, Georg Baselitz, Rudolf Englert, Georg Frietzsche, Joan Hernández Pijuan, Imi Knoebel, Arnulf Rainer, Aldo Rossi, Gottfried Salzmann, Ernesto Tatafiore and Hannsjörg Voth. The 1970s is a decade of eminent importance in the […]

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Simone Strasser | Galerie Gilla Lörcher | 14.03.–17.04.2020 – extended until 13.06.2020

extended until 13.06. | #2709ARTatBerlin | Galerie Gilla Lörcher shows from 14th March 2020 the solo exhibtion with paintings by the artist Simone Strasser. The exhibition is the second part of the three-part painting series, which gives an insight into the art of female contemporary abstract painters. After the exhibition by artist Ivana Klickovic, who […]

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Alison Jackson | Fake vs. Reality | CAMERA WORK | 07.03.-18.04.2020

until 18.04. | #2708ARTatBerlin | CAMERA WORK presents from 7th March 2020 the exhibition »Fake vs. Reality« by the British artist Alison Jackson. The solo exhibition includes more than 40 works from her world-famous celebrity series, in which she explores the power of images, fake news, yellow press and voyeurism. It is Alison Jackson’s first […]

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Katja Strunz | Space Lips | Contemporary Fine Arts (CFA Berlin) | 07.03.-18.04.2020

until 18.04. | #2707ARTatBerlin | Contemporary Fine Arts shows from 7th March 2020 the exhibition Space Lips with sculptures and collages by the artist Katja Strunz. The presence of the past is Katja Strunz’s subject, the fold is her method, metal and paper her material. The work is about getting from A to B—what it means, […]

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Irmel Kamp | Zink | Soy Capitán hosting Galerie Thomas Fischer | 07.03.–11.04.2020

until 11.04. | #2706ARTatBerlin | Galerie Thomas Fischer as guest of Soy Capitán shows from 7 March 2020 the exhibition “Zink” by the artist Irmel Kamp. When looking down on the city of Paris, there is a special bluish-white, dull shine on the roofs of the city. This comes from zinc, which Georges-Eugène Haussmann had […]

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Daniel Steegmann Mangrané | Fog Dog | Esther Schipper | 07.03.-09.04.2020

until 09.04. | #2705ARTatBerlin | Esther Schipper presents from 7th March 2020 the exhibition Fog Dog by the artist Daniel Steegmann Mangrané. Esther Schipper is pleased to announce Daniel Steegmann Mangrané’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. Entitled Fog Dog, the exhibition includes architectural light interventions, a sound installation and a new film. A two-part […]

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