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. 

To the End oft the year – little artpieces for lovers | Galerie Tammen | 12.01.2022-07.01.2023 – extended until 21.01.2023

until 21.01. | #3707ARTatBerlin | Gallery Tammen presents from 12 November 2022 the group exhibition “To the End of the year – little artpieces for lovers”. The end-of-year exhibition “To the End of the year – little artpieces for lovers” shows paintings, drawings, sculptures, objects and ceramics. Participating artists: ANNA ARNSKÖTTER – MARION EICHMANN – […]

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NEWS ++ Luxembourg Art Week 2022 | 11.11.-13.11.2022

The 8th edition of Luxembourg Art Week, Luxembourg’s international contemporary art fair, will take place from 11 to 13 November 2022 in a specially constructed temporary building on Glacis Square. Monumental sculptures, outdoor projects, new technologies: Luxembourg Art Week offers an unprecedented programme of on-site and off-site events. Luxembourg Art Week 2022 brings together 80 […]

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Julia Gruner | Allergic to Peanuts | Taubert Contemporary | 11.11.2022-21.02.2023

until 21.o1. | #3706ARTatBerlin | Taubert Contemporary presents from 11. November 2022 the exhibition Allergic to Peanuts by artist Julia Gruner. Julia Gruner’s first solo exhibition at Taubert Contemporary comprises three groups of works that illustrate the artist’s consistent questioning of the medium of painting. The basis for this is a genuine interest in a […]

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Jonathan Apelbaum | Family | ARTCO Galerie Berlin | 18.11-10.12.2022

until 10.12. | #3705ARTatBerlin | ARTCO Galerie Berlin presents from 18. November 2022 the exhibition “Family” by the artist Jonathan Apelbaum. “To me, family means two things: the biological family and the family you choose, my family in France, and my family in Berlin. The two are fundamentally different, the Berlin family is queer and […]

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