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. 

Eilike Schlenkhoff | ALLES AUF ROT | Rasche Ripken | 05.02.–27.03.2021

until 27.03. | #2955ARTatBerlin | RASCHE RIPKEN shows from 5th February 2021 – first online – the solo show ALLES AUF ROT with works by the artist Eilike Schlenkhoff. A brushstroke, a splash of paint, a drawn gesture – these and other visual elements of abstract painting have induced many artists to undertake intensive explorations. […]

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Elisabeth Sonneck + Dittmar Danner aka Krüger | un / framed space | Semjon Contemporary | 30.01.-06.03.2021 – extended until 13.03.2021

until 13.03. | #2954ARTatBerlin | Semjon Contemporary shows from 30th January 2021 the exhibition un / framed space | with works by Elisabeth Sonneck and Dittmar Danner aka Krüger. The exhibition can be seen through the gallery’s large showcase windows and online on the gallery’s website, from 2 February 2021 also as a 3D tour. […]

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High on Paper | janinebeangallery | 04.02.-10.04.2021

until 10.04. | #2953ARTatBerlin | janinebeangallery shows from 4th February 2021 the exhibition High on Paper with works by Inna Artemova, Anna Borowy, Florian Fausch, Kathrin Günter, Juan Miguel Pozo and Arny Schmit. The opening will take place virtually. During the lockdown, the exhibition is visible through the large windows and digitally, after the lockdown […]

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The Female Side of the Moon | Group Show | Galerie Z22 | 23.01.-27.03.2021

until 27.03. | #2952ARTatBerlin | Galerie Z22 presents from 23rd January 2021 the group show THE FEMALE SIDE OF THE MOON. The exhibition features the photographs of forty photographers from twenty-eight countries where the framer and the framed are women. THE FEMALE SIDE OF THE MOON pursues the female gaze. But rather than examining what […]

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Fritz + Barbara Klemm | Galerie Michael Haas | ab 16.01.2021

until (tba) | #2951ARTatBerlin | Galerie Michael Haas currently presents a double exhibition of works on paper by the artist Fritz Klemm (1902-1990), best known for his collages and pioneering Caparol paintings, together with numerous photographic portraits of Klemm’s companions, captured by his daughter Barbara (*1939). Fritz Klemm, who only became intensely artistically active in […]

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one by one | Window display in weekly rotation | Galerie Pugliese Levi | 20.01.-11.04.2021

until 11.04. | #2950ARTatBerlin | Galerie Pugliese Levi presents from 20th January 2021 the exhibition one by one, in which one work by each artist of the gallery is shown for a few days in the gallery window. This form of presentation will take place until mid-April. The artist Juliana Borinski will be the first. […]

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Kollektion Kollektiv or … | Group Show | Galerie Eigenheim | 22.01.–27.02.2021

until 27.02. | #2949ARTatBerlin | Galerie Eigenheim shows from 22nd January 2021 the group show Kollektion Kollektiv or: on a night visit to friends with painting, drawing, photography, video, object and installation. For many years, the house artists of EIGENHEIM Weimar/Berlin have formed a close community. Similar to a collective, they develop ideas, discuss new […]

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Christoph Blankenburg | Slag Hook | Galerie Eigenheim | 22.01.–27.02.2021

until 27.02. | #2948ARTatBerlin | Galerie Eigenheim shows from 22nd January 2021 the exhibition Slag Hook by the artist Christoph Blankenburg as solo show in the Salon of the gallery. Slag is a by-product of steelmaking, naturally similar in texture to volcanic rock. The slag hook, in turn, is the tool with which the metal […]

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Bernd Rathjen | Tegel Moments | Köppe Contemporary | 01.12.2020-09.01.2021 – extended until 30.01.2021

until 30.01. | #2947ARTatBerlin | Köppe Contemporary shows since 1st December 2020 the solo show “Tegel Moments” des Fotografenby the photographer Bernd Rathjen, a tribute to the cult airport. The exhibition can be visited online via the gallery website. It should have been closed long ago, but for years its fans celebrated every single day […]

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