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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. 

Gary Kuehn | Leave No Stone Unturned | Galerie Michael Haas | 07.11.-19.12.2020

until 19.12. | #2908ARTatBerlin | Galerie Michael Haas presents from 7th November 2020 the solo show Leave No Stone Unturned by the artist Gary Kuehn with works from the 60s until today.  In Gary Kuehn: Leave No Stone Unturned, Galerie Michael Haas shows paintings, sculptures and drawings by the American artist Gary Kuehn (*1939). The […]

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Frederik Foert | AND WHAT IF I DON`T? | Galerie Eigenheim | 07.11.–19.12.2020 – extended until 17.01.2021

extended until 17.01. | #2907ARTatBerlin | Galerie Eigenheim presents from 7th November 2020 the Solo Show AND WHAT IF I DON`T? by the artist Frederik Foert. In the exhibition and what if I don’t Frederik Foert shows new photographs, installations, collages, films and objects. Building on quotes from the history of art and culture, he […]

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Kristina Schuldt | Sans Souci | Galerie EIGEN + ART Berlin | 05.11.-12.12.2020

until 12.12. | #2906ARTatBerlin | Galerie EIGEN + ART Berlin shows from 5th November 2020 the exhibition Sans Souci with paintings by the artist Kristina Schuldt. Kristina Schuldt’s artworks are large-format, colorful, dynamic, and powerful. As in a picture puzzle, seeming contradictions are brought together: figures find themselves equally fighting and playing, dominating or being […]

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From Brass to Ziegler | Artists of the Forgotten Generation | Salongalerie Die Möwe | 14.11.2020-13.02.2021 – extended until 10.04.2021

until 10.04. | #2905ARTatBerlin | Salongalerie Die Möwe shows from 14th November 2020 the exhibition “From Brass to Ziegler” with works by artists from the Forgotten Generation. The new exhibition “From Brass to Ziegler” in the Salongalerie Die Möwe (The Seagull) broadens the view to an entire generation, which has been at the centre of […]

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