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. 

Sander Wassnik | Contrabande | DAD Gallery | 27.04.-27.05.2017

until 27.05. | #1328ARTatBerlin | DAD Gallery shows from 27th April 2017 the echibition “Contrabande” by the artist Sander Wassink. About the artist: Sander Wassink is a Dutch artist and designer who encourages us to reconsider our ideas of beauty, aesthetic value, status. How can we reconsider what is important and what is desirable to include notions of history, […]

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Lucas Verweij | 26 Maps of the World | DAD Gallery | 02.12.-27.01.2017

until 27.01. | #0931ARTatBerlin | DAD Gallery shows from 2nd December 2016 the exhibition “26 Maps of the World” by the artist Lucas Verweij.  The gallery just provided a German exhibition description by now. For details please change to the german version of ART@Berlin. It is really easy: Just press the language button in the upper right corner. In an […]

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Peter Bastiaanssen | DAD Gallery | 14.09.-21.10.2016

until 21.10. | #0742ARTatBerlin | DAD Gallery (Dutch Art Design Gallery) presents from 14th September 2016 paintings and scluptures by the artist Peter Bastiaanssen. Peter Bastiaanssen is one of the Dutch artists who is regularly represented in our gallery. In 2011 we exhibited his work for the first time in Berlin. Since this presentation his art has gained […]

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Rogier Arents | A Sequence of Operations | DAD Gallery | 28.04.-16.05.2016

until 16.05. | #0490ARTatBerlin | DAD Gallery (Dutch Art Design Gallery) presents from the 28th April 2016 the solo exhibition “A Sequence of Operations”, with screen prints by Rogier Arents.  ‘A Sequence of Operations’ is a series of fifty unique silk screen prints. The project’s title refers to Arents’ approach to silk screen printing: Applying the principles […]

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