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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. 

Julia Benz | Oscillation | Köppe Contemporary | 17.05.-11.06.2022

Until 11.06. | #3467ARTatBerlin | Köppe Contemporary presents from 17. May 2022 (Opening: 13.05.) the solo exhibition Oscillation by the artist Julia Benz. Oscillation, the title of the exhibition, shows recent works that, based on the (acrylic) glass installations of recent years, deal with the colour spectrum of refracted light. In interaction with the burnt-in […]

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Simone Kornfeld | Turbulenzen | Köppe Contemporary | 12.04.-07.05.2022

until 07.05. | #3445ARTatBerlin | Köppe Contemporary presents  from 12. April 2022 (Opening on 08.04.) the exhibition Turbulenzen by the artist Simone Kornfeld. Light and the unlimited play a primary role in Simone Kornfeld’s art: exploring the possibilities of colour to the extreme, as well as the dissolution of limitations, are two of her themes. […]

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Michael Köster | Berlin Visionen | Köppe Contemporary | 25.01.-26.02.2022

until 26.02. | #3300ARTatBerlin | Köppe Contemporary presents from 25th January 2022 (Opening: 21.01.) the solo exhibition Berlin Visionen by the artist Michael Köster with a selection of works dominated by black-and-white photographs and characterized by suggestive stagings on the computer. The motifs in the exhibition – almost without exception they are views of Berlin […]

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Becker Schmitz | Entgrenzung | Köppe Contemporary | 25.09.-23.10.2021 – extended until 20.11.2021

until 20.11. | #3181ARTatBerlin | Köppe Contemporary shows from 25th September 2021 (Opening: 24.09.) the exhibition Entgrenzung (> Demarcation) with works by the artist Becker Schmitz. Becker Schmitz’s painting has developed from the search for new artistic solutions in the constant experimental use of pictorial means and materials. From representational (mostly landscape-related) painting, the path […]

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Simone Haack | Archipel | Köppe Contemporary | 30.03.-22.05.2021 – extended until 03.07.2021

until 03.07. | #2999ARTatBerlin | Köppe Contemporary presents from 30th March 2021 the solo show “Archipel” with paintings by the artist Simone Haack. In the context of the exhibition, Simone Haack faced the questions of THE INTERVIEW IN|DEEDS. Reality, dream, ideas and utopias beyond the limits of the possible are dialectically related to each other […]

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Bernd Rathjen | Tegel Moments | Köppe Contemporary | 01.12.2020-09.01.2021 – extended until 30.01.2021

until 30.01. | #2947ARTatBerlin | Köppe Contemporary shows since 1st December 2020 the solo show “Tegel Moments” des Fotografenby the photographer Bernd Rathjen, a tribute to the cult airport. The exhibition can be visited online via the gallery website. It should have been closed long ago, but for years its fans celebrated every single day […]

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Jim Avignon + Julia Benz | Tomorrow Never Knows | Köppe Contemporary | 29.09.-21.11.2020

until 21.11. | #2850ARTatBerlin | Köppe Contemporary presents the exhibition “Tomorrow Never Knows” by the artists Jim Avignon and Julia Benz starting September 29, 2020. Under the title “Tomorrow Never Knows”, Galerie Köppe Contemporary with the artist Jim Avignon and the artist Julia Benz opens its doors for the first time since March 2020 on […]

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Daniel Harms | Strange Days | Köppe Contemporary | 14.02.-14.03.2020

until 14.03. | #2678ARTatBerlin | Köppe Contemporary presents from 14th February 2020 the exhibition Strange Days with paintings and drawings by the artist Daniel Harms.  The art of Daniel Harms (*1980 in Hamburg, since 2007 based in Berlin) is inspired by many sources. Even if one initially has the impression that Harms’ visual language is […]

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Romy Campe | Beyond Now | Köppe Contemporary | 29.11.2019-10.01.2020

until 10.01. | #2628ARTatBerlin | Köppe Contemporary shows from 29th November 2019 the exhibition Beyond Now with artworks by the artist Romy Campe. Man plays the central role in Romy Campe’s work. The artist’s portraits reflect human characteristics – inner states, sensitivities and moods. Although the motifs also show characteristics of the fantastic and surreal, […]

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