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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!

Talking Stones and Mysterious Plates | Group Show | Galerie Kremers | 20.11.2020–23.01.2021

until 23.01. | #2922ARTatBerlin | Galerie Kremers shows from 20. November 2020 the group exhibition “Talking Stones and Mysterious Plates” with etchings, woodcuts and lithographs by the artists Natascha Mann, Uwe Bremer, Johannes Grützke, Gregor Hiltner, Friedrich Meckseper, Michael Runschke, Ernst Weil and Gerhard Wendland. “Lustful and colorful, obsessed with detail, mysterious and following an […]

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Ornella Fieres | I consider it a tragedy that … | Sexauer Gallery | 02.12.2020-20.01.2021

until 20.01. | #2921ARTatBerlin | Sexauer Gallery shows from 2nd December 2020 the exhibition “I consider it a tragedy that we have not found each other!”, an artistic reanimation from the spirit of AI by the artist Ornella Fieres. In her third exhibition at SEXAUER, Ornella Fieres transforms a bundle of letters, postcards and photographs […]

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Damien Daufresne | Galerie Georg Nothelfer – Showroom | 07.11.-12.12.2020

until 12.12. | #2923ARTatBerlin | The Showroom of the galerie georg nothelfer is currently showing an exhibition with paintings and works on paper by the artist Damien Daufresne, a selection of the artist’s works in drawing. Damien Daufresne (*1979 in Paris) studied photography, drawing and free graphic arts at the École Boulle in Paris, at […]

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A Future Without a Past | Gruppenausstellung | Migrant Bird Space | 10.11.2020-15.01.2021

until 15.01. | #2920ARTatBerlin | Migrant Bird Space currently presents the group show A Future Without a Past with works by the artists Seulki Ki, Tomoko Mori, You Gu and Zhé Wang. The group show presents four young female Asian artists that explore concepts of identity through their artistic work. Taking a step back from […]

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Frank Massholder + Danielle Benvenuto | Galerie Z22 @Project Space Kimgo | 21.11.-12.12.2020

until 12.12. | #2918ARTatBerlin | Galerie Z22 presents from 21st November 2020 at Project Space Kimgo the exhibition “From Chaos to Order | Floorways to Art … touched by Danielle Benvenuto ” with works by the artists Frank Massholder and Danielle Benvenuto. Frank Massholder and Danielle Benvenuto join forces bringing their first duo exhibition to […]

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Cindy Sherman | Sprüth Magers Berlin | 20.11.2020-13.02.2021

until 13.02. | #2917ARTatBerlin | Sprüth Magers Berlin presents from 20. November 2020 an exhibiton by the artist Cindy Sherman. Monika Sprüth and Philomene Magers are pleased to announce an exhibition of new works by Cindy Sherman, one of the most influential artists internationally who has been associated with the gallery since the 1980s. It […]

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Albrecht Schnider | Recent Paintings | Galerie Thomas Schulte | 14.11.-23.12.2020

until 23.12.| #2916ARTatBerlin | Galerie Thomas Schulte shows from 14th November 2020 an exhibition with recent paintings by the artist Albrecht Schnider. Albrecht Schnider’s sixth solo exhibition with Galerie Thomas Schulte presents large-scale sprayed acrylic lacquer paintings alongside a selection of new works on raw canvas—contrasting textured and smooth surfaces and materializing shifts in the […]

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Elina Liepina | NEW BAUHAUS WOMAN | Bermel von Luxburg Gallery | 03.12.2020-13.02.2021

until 13.02. | #2915ARTatBerlin | Bermel von Luxburg Gallery shows from 3rd December 2020 the solo show NEW BAUHAUS WOMAN with photographs by the artist Elina Liepina in dialogue with the world’ first presentation of Barcelona Pavilion objects by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, curated by PC Neumann. The exhibition NEW BAUHAUS WOMAN will present […]

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Ian Kiaer | Endnote, yellow | Galerie Barbara Wien | 14.11.2020-06.02.2021

until 05.02. | #2914ARTatBerlin | Galerie Barbara Wien presents from 14th November 2020 the exhibition Endnote, yellow by the artist Ian Kiaer. Ian Kiaer’s Endnote projects began in 2010. Like marginal notes, he developed and adjusted these works as configurations of fragmented models. He has conceived an approach to painting as a ‘minor’ form with […]

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