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. 

Bernd + Hilla Becher | Sprüth Magers Berlin | 16.09.-11.11.2023

until 11.11. | #4020ARTatBerlin | Sprüth Magers Berlin presents from 16 September 2023 the solo exhibition of the artist couple Bernd and Hilla Becher. For over five decades, Bernd and Hilla Becher produced a remarkable oeuvre in the pursuit of a straightforward theme: variation within limits. Precision, fine detail and methodology mark the Bechers’ work, […]

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Markus Weggenmann | missing pink | Taubert Contemporary | 13.09.-04.11.2023

until 04.11. | #4019ARTatBerlin | Taubert Contemporary present from 13. September 2023 (Vernissage: 15.09.) the exhibition missing pink by the artist Markus Weggenmann. It was the commitment to “flatness”, to the fundamental flatness of the medium of the image, which the American critic Clement Greenberg demanded of all advanced painting in the post-war decades and […]

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Michael Streun | IN RAGE | Galerie Tammen | 08.09.-15.10.2023

until 15.10 | #4017ARTatBerlin | Galerie Tammen shows from 8th September 2023 the exhibition “IN RAGE” with paintings by the artist Michael Streun. In his first exhibition at TAMMEN GALERIE, Swiss artist Michael Streun is showing a selection of works from the last six years. “Dystopias that take shape, visualised utopias and surreal pictorial worlds […]

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NEWS ++ Lin May Saeed. Im Paradies fällt der Schnee langsam. A Dialogue with Renée Sintenis – Georg Kolbe Museum | 14.09.2023–25.02.2024

From 14 September 2023, the Georg Kolbe Museum will be showing the exhibition “Im Paradies fällt der Schnee langsam” (“In Paradise, the Snow Falls Slowly”) by artist Lin May Saeed as a dialogue with Renée Sintenis. Styrofoam creatures climb out of their cages and colonise the Georg Kolbe Museum, wire lobsters free themselves from captivity […]

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