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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. 

Szymon Kobylarz | Fibonacci Chaos | ŻAK – BRANICKA | 14.11.2015-09.01.2016

until 09.01. | #0257ARTatBerlin | From November 14, 2015 to January 9, 2016 Gallery ŻAK | BRANICKA presents the exhibition “Fibonacci Chaos” by Polish artist Szymon Kobylarz.   Szymon Kobylarz is an artist who likes to draw from the methods and accomplishments of science. He is not interested, however, in what science has proven and explained; his passion is for […]

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Ayşe Erkmen | Fingerspitzengefühl | Barbara Weiss | 07.11.2015–16.01.2016

until 16.01. | #0256ARTatBerlin | Gallery Barbara Weiss presents from November 7, 2015 to January 16, 2016 the new exhibition “Fingerspitzengefühl” by Turkish artist Ayşe Erkmen. Galerie Barbara Weiss is delighted to present an ensemble of recently created bronze sculptures in the forthcoming solo exhibition of the Turkish artist Ayşe Erkmen (*1949). Individually patinated in bright colors, the sculptures are […]

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ON FIRE. Notions of Community in Post-Apartheid South Africa | Group Exhibition | Grimmuseum | 24.10.-07.11.2015

until 07.11. | #0231ARTatBerlin | Grimmuseum is pleased to present the group exhibition ON FIRE – Notions of Community in Post-Apartheid South Africa from 24th October 2015. It is curated by Manuel Osterholt. … imagine a community with as lose a form as you will -even formless: the only condition is that an experience of moral […]

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NO SHOW MUSEUM | Grimmuseum | from 08th August 2015

#0134ARTatBerlin | A NO SHOW MUSEUM exhibition in cooperation with Grimmuseum Berlin. Opening: Saturday, 8th August 2015, 7pm. “A breathtaking journey to the most remote regions of thinking” (Annabelle Nr. 06/15) NOTHING BY JOSEPH BEUYS – GORDON MATTA-CLARK – AGNIESZKA KURANT – SANTIAGO SIERRA – ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG – BEN VAUTIER. The NO SHOW MUSEUM is the world’s first […]

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Andreas Fischer | Hut in the Mud | König Galerie | 11.07.–09.08.2015

until 09.08. | #0127ARTatBerlin | KÖNIG GALERIE is pleased to present a work by Andreas Fischer in the Chapel of the former St. Agnes Church from 11th July to 9th August 2015. Andreas Fischer is best known for the machines he constructs out of discarded everyday things and off-the-shelf technical components. His art repurposes found objects as readymade elements […]

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Group Exhibition | The Admirable Number Pi | Zac I Branicka| 27.06.-19.09.2015

until 19.09. | #0101ARTatBerlin | ŻAK | BRANICKA is delighted to present The Admirable Number Pi, a group show whose title was inspired by a poem by Nobel-Prize-winner Wisława Szymborska. The exhibition includes artists from two generations: pioneers of the conceptual movements of the 1960s and 70s (such as Dróżdż, Dibbets, KwieKulik, Merz, Wasko) and artists of the […]

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Ragnar Kjartansson | A lot of sorrow | König Galerie| 27.06-23.08.2015

until 23.08. | #0102ARTatBerlin | König Galerie is pleased to announce an exhibition of the artist  Ragnar Kjartansson in the St. Agnes church from 27th June until 23rd August 2015. Here’s what happened: You meet someone and play them your current favourite song, only to find out that it’s their favourite, too. Yes! Then you listen to […]

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Fabian Knecht | _UNG | alexander levy | 13.06.-08.08.2015

bis 08.08. | #0083ARTatBerlin | alexander levy is pleased to present new works by Fabian Knecht from 13 June to 8 August 2015 with the exhibition _UNG. The focus is on five works, VERACHTUNG (contempt), ENTFERNUNG (removal), VERNEINUNG (negation), EMPFINDUNG (sensation) and BEDROHUNG (threat), which are grouped to form a complex emotional and political constellation created with […]

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