post-title Handlungsanweisungen in der Kunst | Group exhibition | Galerie Eigenheim | 12.05.–12.06.2017

Handlungsanweisungen in der Kunst | Group exhibition | Galerie Eigenheim | 12.05.–12.06.2017

Handlungsanweisungen in der Kunst | Group exhibition | Galerie Eigenheim | 12.05.–12.06.2017

Handlungsanweisungen in der Kunst | Group exhibition | Galerie Eigenheim | 12.05.–12.06.2017

until 12.06. | #1372ARTatBerlin | Galerie Eigenheim presents from 12th May 2017 the group exhibition “Handlungsanweisungen in der Kunst”.

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With:
Adam Noack / Anna Schimkat / Benedikt Braun / Charlene Hahne / Christian Henkel / Daniel Caleb Thompson / Daniel Chluba / Daniel Homann / David Ashley Kerr / Dilek Gokcen Acay / Frederik Foert / Gabriele Stötzer / Herbert De Colle / Irene Pätzug / Jens Hausmann / Julia Herfurth / Julia Scorna / Konstantin Bayer / Marc Jung / Maria Schwerdtner / Michael von Hintzenstern / Moritz Stumm / Moritz Wehrmann / Nele Möller / Nina Röder / Olaf Schirm / Saverio Tonoli / Stephen Nolan / Timo Herbst / Tymek Borowski

Exhibition period: Friday, 12th May to Monday, 12th June 2017

Zur Galerie Eigenheim

 

Image caption: via Galerie Eigenheim

Exhibitions Berlin Galleries: Handlungsanweisungen in der Kunst – Group exhibition – Galerie Eigenheim | ART at Berlin

 

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