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here you can find our exhibitions in chronological order. Some of them might not be available to visit anymore. For the sake of completeness they are also published here, to give you as an art lover an overview of exhibitions, that have taken place in Berlin. Enjoy!

Till Brönner | Bilder | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE | 14.09.-26.10.2019

until 26.10. | #2556ARTatBerlin | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE presents from 14th September 2019 the exhibition BILDER with photographs by the Jazz trumpeter and artist Till Brönner.  Till Brönner, born 1971 in Viersen, is one of the most famous and versatile jazz trumpeters in Europe. The Villa Massimo scholarship holder and professor for jazz and pop […]

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Jan Muche | AUFMACHEN. LINIEN. WEITEN. | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE | 20.06.-03.08.2019

until 03.08. | #2502ARTatBerlin | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE shows from 20th June 2019 the exhibition AUFMACHEN. LINIEN. WEITEN. with new works by the artist Jan Muche. The painter and sculptor Jan Muche, born in 1975, looks back once again to early modernism, its representatives and thus also to his artistic work of recent years.   Jan Muche, o.T., 2019, Acryl und Bootslack auf Leinwand, 70 x […]

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Yvonne Roeb + Bettina Scholz | Beautiful Disasters | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE | 26.04.-06.06.2019 – extended until 15.06.2019!

until 15.06. | #2469ARTatBerlin | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE shows from 26th April 2019 the exhibition Beautiful Disasters with artworks by the artist Yvonne Roeb and Bettina Scholz. Dates in the context of the exhibition: BABYLON ORCHESTRA | concert at the Salon | 28 April 2019, 6 pm | 10. MAY – DAY OF THE BOOK […]

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Bianca Regl + Sofie Bird Møller | FORMS OF INNOCENCE | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE | 22.03.-20.04.2019

until 20.04. | #2389ARTatBerlin | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE presents from 22. March 2019 the exhibition FORMS OF INNOCENCE with artworks by Bianca Regl and Sofie Bird Møller. The author Amy Sillman quotes the philosopher Walter Benjamin in her article ‘On Color’ as ‘color is a powerful form of innocence that can subvert the logic of […]

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ORNAMENT + ABSTRAKTION | Group Exhibition | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE | 18.01.-02.03.2019 – extended until 09.03.2019

extended until 09.03. | #2327ARTatBerlin | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE shows from 18th January 2019 the group exhibition ORNAMENT + ABSTRAKTION with artworks by Colin Ardley, Tanja Rochelmeyer, Brigitte Schwacke and Anja Schwörer. Addendum: The exhibition was supplemented by the work INSIDE by the artist Axel Anklam. One hundred years ago in 1919, a year after […]

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Chris Newman | SOMETHING ALREADY EXISTS | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE | 23.11.2018-12.01.2019

until 12.01. | #2282ARTatBerlin | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE shows from 23rd November 2018 the solo exhibition SOMETHING ALREADY EXISTS by the Berlin artist and Composer Chris Newman. Chris Newman straddles worlds as an artist with no qualms about engaging with all types of media. He describes himself as “more of an intermediary”: he is not […]

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Last chance to see: Rebecca Horn | Glowing Core | St. Hedwig, Bebelplatz Berlin | until 11.11.2018

The installation Glowing Core by Rebecca Horn can be seen until 11 November 2018 in Sankt Hedwig. Until then, three classical concerts will take place there. Since the opening of Rebecca Horn’s ‘Glowing Core’ during Berlin Art Week more than 14.000 fascinated visitors were counted at Sankt Hedwigs Cathedral at Bebelplatz. The installation is still on view until Sunday, November 11, 2018, […]

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WHO IS FEARING BLACK, RED, GOLD? | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE | 14.09.-03.11.2018

until 03.11. | #2177ARTatBerlin | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE shows from 14th September 2018 the Group Exhibition WHO IS FEARING BLACK, RED, GOLD? by the artists Axel Anklam, Laura Bruce, Bettina Scholz and Karolin Schwab.  Since Barnett Newman created his four paintings titled ‘Who is afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue’ between 1966 and 1970, art history […]

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WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE? | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE | 07.07.-15.09.2018

until 07.07. | #2065ARTatBerlin | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE shows from 7th July 2018 the group exhibition WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE?.   In 1782 the writer and publicist Johann Georg Jacobi wrote a poem: Sagt wo sind die Veilchen hin. In 1955 the American Songwriter Peter Seeger wrote a song with the title ‘Where Have All The Flowers […]

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Sven Drühl | Mountain High! | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE | 28.04.-23.06.2018

until 23.06. | #1994ARTatBerlin | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE shows from 28th April 2018 the exhibition MOUNTAIN HIGH! by the artist Sven Drühl.   Media historian and author Norman Klein writes in the beautifully made, newly published JAHRES MAGAZINE of the Berliner Festspiele: The future ages faster than the present. The Berlin-based artist, doctor in Art History […]

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