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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!

The unkown political prisoner | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 30.10.2020-21.02.2021

Kunsthaus Dahlem shows from 30th October 2020 the exhibition “The unkown political prisoner”. The competition for the Monument to the Unknown Political Prisoner was probably the most important art competition of the post-war period. More than 3,000 artists from all over the world participated, including sculptors and architects such as Max Bill, Alexander Calder, Naum […]

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Pius Fox | INEINANDERSITZEN AUSEINANDERSETZEN | Galerie Martin Mertens | 31.10.-19.12.2020

until 19.12. | #2895ARTatBerlin | Galerie Martin Mertens shows from 31st October 2020 the exhibition INEINANDERSITZEN AUSEINANDERSETZEN with works by the arist Pius Fox. After the participation in the painting exhibition “Jetzt – junge Malerei in Deutschland”, which was shown in the Bundeskunsthalle Bonn, Museum Chemnitz, Museum Wiesbaden and the Deichtorhallen Hamburg, we are looking […]

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Jinran Kim | Painstaking | Galerie Z22 | 07.11.2020-16.01.2021

until 16.01. | #2894ARTatBerlin | Galerie Z22 shows from 7th November 2020 the solo show “Painstaking” by the artist Jinran Kim on the subject of material and spirituality – transmutations. Art is a practice which reanimates the dead. Ashes and soot, mixed with water have been used since ancient times for painting and writing inks, in Asian […]

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Martin Spengler | Auto-Splash | Galerie Kornfeld | 07.11.2020-09.01.2021

until 09.01. | #2893ARTatBerlin | Galerie Kornfeld shows from 7th November 2020 the solo show Auto-Splash with sculptures and picture reliefs from corrugated board by the artist Martin Spengler. The title of the exhibition derives from the British physicist Arthur Mason Worthington, who for more than two decades sought the ideal form of a splashing […]

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