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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. 

KW Institute announces spring programme 2022

KW Institute for Contemporary Art has announced its spring 2022 programme. It reflects on the construction of history and reality by introducing new models of narration. Peter Friedl, Rabih Mroué and Oraib Toukan use theatrical and cinematic methods to create a critical intimacy that questions the mechanisms of our seeing and speaking. The exhibitions span […]

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Martin Roth Initiative by ifa and Goethe-Institut awards scholarships to Afghan artists

Since the Taliban took power in mid-August 2021, thousands of people have left their home country Afghanistan. Artists are particularly threatened: Music, theatre and visual arts are largely banned under the Taliban. Since the Taliban took power in mid-August 2021, thousands of people have left their home country Afghanistan. Artists are particularly threatened: Music, theatre […]

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Michael Kutschbach | benthos borborygmi | Semjon Contemporary | 21.01.–19.03.2022

until 19.03. | #3309ARTatBerlin | Semjon Contemporary presents since 21st January 2022 the exhibition benthos borborygmi by the artist Michael Kutschbach. After being postponed twice due to the pandemic, the latest work by the artist, who has been living back in Adelaide/Australia for years, is presented in his exhibition “benthos boborygmi” at semjon contemporary gallery. […]

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There Must Be Some Kind of Way Outta Here | Crone Berlin | 29.01.-05.03.2022 – extended until 12.03.2022

until 12.03. | #3308ARTatBerlin | Crone Berlin shows from 29th January 2022 (Opening: 28.01.) the group show There Must Be Some Kind of Way Outta Here in Berlin and Vienna. The group exhibition There Must Be Some Kind Of Way Outta Here examines the desire to escape from social realities and takes place simultaneously in […]

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Joachim Gutsche | Solo Exhibition | Galerie Michael Haas | from 28.01.2022

until (to follow) | #3307ARTatBerlin | Galerie Michael Haas shows from 28th January 2022 the first solo exhibition by the Berlin artist Joachim Gutsche with oil paintings from the 1960s. In the works of the 1960s, Joachim Gutsche (1926-2012) juggles between abstraction and figuration. The claustrophobic, dense, explosively colourful pictorial spaces, eyes torn apart, bodies […]

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Peer Kriesel | Update | Galerie Martin Mertens | 29.01.-12.03.2022

until 12.03. | #3306ARTatBerlin | Galerie Martin Mertens shows from 29th January 2022 the solo exhibition Update by the artist Peer Kriesel. Having already presented the Berlin artist Peer Kriesel at fairs in Berlin and Amsterdam since 2020, Galerie Martin Mertens is now showing this versatile work for the first time in a solo exhibition […]

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NEWS: AthenSYN II: GOING VIRAL – Exhibition and Symposium of Contemporary Greek Art in Berlin | 21.01.-03.03.2022

From January 21, 2022, the exhibition and symposium for contemporary Greek art in Berlin “AthensSYN II: GOING VIRAL” with 14 artistic positions of Generation Y will take place in Berlin-Kreuzberg at the newly opened STEINZEIT Gallery. The exhibition will be on view there from January 21 to March 3, 2022. The opening will be celebrated […]

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Berlin meets Seoul – Being Human | Group Show | Bermel von Luxburg Gallery | 21.01.-19.03.2022

until 19.03. | #3304ARTatBerlin | Bermel von Luxburg Gallery presents in cooperation with Kunstleben Berlin and Choi&Choi Gallery Köln/Seoul from 21st January 2022 the group show “Berlin meets Seoul – Being Human”. Berlin and Seoul – two fascinating metropolises and capitals with an attractive and vibrant art scene. Both cities have something in common due […]

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