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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. 

Albrecht Genin | Ocean Stories | Galerie Horst Dietrich | 20.07.–18.08.2022

until 13.08. | #3533ARTatBerlin | Galerie Horst Dietrich currently presents the exhibition Ocean Stories by the artist Albrecht Genin. The exhibition shows paintings and sculptures by the artist. Albrecht Genin, ” Fischfänger”, 55 x 90 cm, 2002, “Fischer”, 80 x 70 cm, 2001, wood print monotypes on canvas, ” Fischträger”, painted steel, 36 x 40 x […]

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Sophie von Hellermann | From Things to Come | WENTRUP | 23.07.–03.09.2022

until 03.09. | #3535ARTatBerlin | WENTRUP currently presents the exhibition “From Things to Come” by the artist Sophie von Hellermann. WENTRUP is pleased to present “From Things to Come,” our second solo exhibition with the German-British artist Sophie von Hellermann. This new body of work is inspired by the life and writing of the German liberal […]

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Jens Pecho | Not Enough | EBENSPERGER BERLIN | 01.07.–21.08.2022

until 21.08. | #3534ARTatBerlin | EBENSPERGER BERLIN currently presents the exhibition “Not Enough” by the artist Jens Pecho. Throughout his life, the philosopher Herbert Marcuse described as “reification” the endeavor of consumer society to generate ever new, ever more complex desires. Instead of enjoying life in prosperity, the modern individual produces the desire for “useless […]

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Kuan Yun | You are the spring I will never look back at | Migrant Bird Space | 30.07.-10.09.2022

until 10.09. | #3531ARTatBerlin | Migrant Bird Space presents in cooperation with the Jian Teahouse in Berlin from 30. July 2022 (Opening: 29.07.) The exhibition “You are the spring I will never look back at” by the artist Kuan Yun. The exhibition will be shown in the Uhlandstraße. “Kuanyun” is the name chosen by Zhang Mingfang […]

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Antti Pussinen & Joonas Toivonen | Improbable Iterations | Luisa Catucci Gallery | 02.09.-01.10.2022

until 01.10. | #3530ARTatBerlin | Luisa Catucci Gallery presents in collaboration with fx(hash) from 2. September 2022 (Opening: 01.09.) the exhibition Improbable Iterations with NFT by Finnish artists Antti Pussinen & Joonas Toivonen AKA Toiminto. The gallery also shows a selection of their generative and computative works, pre NFT era. By developing processes out of […]

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NEWS: TROPEZ | … | Sommerbad Humboldthain | bis 04.09.2022

On July 7th, TROPEZ, a space for art inside the public pool Sommerbad Humboldthain, opens the group exhibition “…”. The exhibition features seven works by Ana Alenso, Grit Burmeister & Franzi Kleinert, Samira Hodaei, Lungiswa Gqunta, Isa Melsheimer, Nadim Vardag and Shira Wachsmann, which will be installed in the outdoor area of the space. The […]

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Kristina Schuldt: Unverwüstlich – Mönchehaus Museum Goslar | 24.07.-18.09.2022

The Mönchehaus Museum Goslar presents the exhibition Unverwüstlich (Indestructible) by the artist Kristina Schuldt from July 24th to September 18th. On display are the artist’s works from 2012 to 2022. The Leipzig master student of Neo Rauch paints large-format everyday scenes with powerful, self-confident figures. Kristina Schuldt‘s pictorial personnel is mostly female. The figures lie, fall, […]

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Andreas Fux | innocence | Semjon Contemporary | 23.07.-06.08.2022

until 06.08. | #3529ARTatBerlin | Semjon Contemporary presents from 23. July 2022 (Opening: 22.07) during the Berlin PRIDE weeks The exhibition innocence with photographies by the artist Andreas Fux. The gallery also presents the book Andreas Fux – innocence in collaboration with Salzgeber Buchverlage. Andreas Fux has been known to a wider audience at least […]

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Rómulo Celdrán | Digital Tenebrism | BBA Gallery | 14.09.-12.11.2022

until 12.11. | #3431ARTatBerlin | BBA Gallery presents from 27. August 2022 the exhibition Digital Tenebrism by the artist Rómulo Celdrán. With his latest series of hyper-realistic paintings “Digital Tenebrism” (2020-now) Celdrán explores the Baroque tradition. The Tenebrists are known for their dramatic chiaroscuro painting. Deeply impressed by the paintings of the seventeenth century, Celdrán […]

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