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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. 

Johanna Dumet | Intérieur Rose | mehdi chouakri (Fasanenplatz) | 14.01-25.02.2023

until 25.02 | #3738ARTatBerlin | Galerie mehdi chouakri presents from 14 January 2023 the exhibition “Intérieur Rose” by artist Johanna Dumet Vernissage: Friday, 13 January 2023, 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Exhibition dates: Saturday, 14 January to Saturday, 25 February 2023     Caption Title: Courtesy mehdi chouakri, Johanna Dumet Exhibition Johanna Dumet – mehdi chouakri […]

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Kaspar Müller | Fünf Figuren | Galerie Société | 20.12.2022-28.01.2023

until 28.01. | #3737ARTatBerlin | Galerie Société presents the exhibition from 20 December 2022 “Fünf Figuren” by the artist Kaspar Müller. Galerie Société presents Five Figures, a solo exhibition by Swiss artist Kaspar Müller. The exhibition includes five straw figures that inhabit the gallery. Built on a scale slightly larger than their actual size, these […]

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Sergey Bratkov | Heartbreak | DIEHL | 09.12.-27.01.2023

until 27.01. | #3736ARTatBerlin | DIEHL presents the exhibition Heartbreak with works of the artist Sergey Bratkov. Sergey Bratkov, born in 1960 in the primarily Russian-speaking city of Kharkiv in Ukraine, has long been one of his country’s outstanding artists. After early exhibitions in underground galleries in Kharkiv, Kiev and Moscow, Bratkov also showed the ever-surprising wealth […]

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Rami Meir | History of one People | QGallery Berlin | 24.11.2022-07.01.2023 – extended until 28.01.2023

until 28.01. | #3735ARTatBerlin | Q Gallery Berlin presents since 24 November 2022 the exhibition “History of one People” by the Berg-jewish artist Rami Meir. Due to the continuing high level of visitor interest, the special exhibition “Rami Meir. The Story of a People” is extended until 28 January 2023. Rahamim Migirov, known by his […]

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Hubertus Hamm | vi – ew | Galerie Kornfeld | 14.01.-25.02.2023

until 25.02. | #3734ARTatBerlin | Galerie Kornfeld presents from 14 January 2023 the exhibition vi – ew with new works by the artist Hubertus Hamm. With his art he creates something magical and alive. Under the umbrella term “vi – ew”, the exhibition brings together objects from twelve different groups of works. All of them […]

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small | Group Exhibition | Galerie Pugliese Levi | 17.12.-30.12.2022

until 30.12. | #3733ARTatBerlin | Galerie Pugliese Levi presents from 17. December 2022 the group exhibition small. The exhibition features artworks by Mary Ellen Bartley, Juliana Borinski, Claudia Doderer, Thibaut Duchenne, Gwen Hardie, Marc Lambrechts, Norma Márquez Orozco, Jakob Roepke, Rebecca Salter PRA, Shawn Stipling, Lars Strandh, Tünde Újszászi and Maibritt Ulvedal Bjelke. Exhibition dates: […]

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Martine Poppe | Peering at the Edge of Daydreams | Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery Berlin | 10.01-18.02.2023

until 18.02. | #3732ARTatBerlin | Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery Berlin presents from 10. January 2023 the exhibition “Peering at the Edge of Daydreams” by the artist Martine Poppe. Sun-drenched canvases with huge, colourful blossoms and entwined stems conjure up a sense of lush, jungle-like space. They are not visions of Eden, however, at least not in […]

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Arny Schmit | I’ll be back soon | janinebeangallery | 14.01.2023-11.03.2023

until 11.03. | #3730ARTatBerlin | janinebeangallery presents from 14. January 2023 (Opening: 13.01.) the exhibition “I’ll be back soon“ by the artist Arny Schmit. Born 1959 in Wiltz in Luxembourg, Arny Schmit currently lives and works in Luxembourg. For the realization of his works, the artist uses multilayer cardboard as a support in order to […]

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Helena Hafemann | Time goes by | Jarmuschek + Partner | 10.12.2022-04.02.2023

until 04.02. | #3729ARTatBerlin | Jarmuschek + Partner presents from 10. December 2022 the exhibition Time goes by with latest works by the artist Helena Hafemann. Whether shopping bags, leftover fruit, old shoes or cooking utensils – Helena Hafemann finds countless things in our consumption-oriented society that are useful and yet mean little to us. […]

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