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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. 

Anna Tunikova | Sur la table | nüüd.berlin gallery | 08.04.-21.05.2022

bis 21.05. | #3383ARTatBerlin | nüüd.berlin gallery presents from 8th April 2022 the solo exhibition Sur la table with paintings by the artist Anna Tunikova, which find their starting point in archaic forms. Anna Tunikova’s large-format paintings take up tools and other utilitarian objects in archetypal patterns. Tables, chairs, a fireplace, simple crockery and cutlery […]

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Elisa Manig | schweben, stürzen, fliegen | Jarmuschek + Partner | 25.03.-16.04.2022

until 16.04. | #3382ARTatBerlin | Jarmuschek + Partner presents from 25th March 2022 the solo exhibition schweben, stürzen, fliegen with new works by the artist Elisa Manig – for the first time installative objects and drawings. The Hamburg-based artist puts us in an intense state of physical and sensual engagement. Like in a whirl, we […]

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Abdullah Qureshi | OPEN ENCOUNTERS | ARTCO Galerie Berlin | 10.03.-23.04.2022

until 23.04. | #3381ARTatBerlin | ARTCO Galerie Berlin currently presents the exhibition OPEN ENCOUNTERS with works by the artist Abdullah Qureshi in dialogue with works by Tasnim Bagdadi, Sara Khan, Syowia Kyambi, Natasha Jozi and Gloria Zein. Toronto-based artist Abdullah Qureshi explores personal and collective histories, traumatic pasts and sexuality in his painting, film and […]

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NEWS: Paul Gauguin – Why are you angry? Special exhibition of the Alte Nationalgalerie with the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek | 26.03.-10.07.2022

Paul Gauguin is one of the most influential pioneers of modern art, whose most famous paintings were created on the South Sea island of Tahiti between 1891 and 1901. “Paul Gauguin – Why are you angry?” in the Alte Nationalgalerie looks at Gauguin’s works, which were also influenced by western, colonial ideas of exoticism and […]

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