Due to the Corona lockdown Galleries stay closed until January the 31st 2021


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!

Henrik Eiben | Cornucopia | Schwarz Contemporary | 08.09.-14.10.2017

until 14.10. | #1582ARTatBerlin | Schwarz Contemporary shows from 8th September 2017 the exhibition “Cornucopia” by the artist Henrik Eiben. Vernissage: Thursday, 7th September 2017,  06:00 to 08:00 p.m. Exhibition period: Friday, 8th September to Saturday, 14th October 2017   Image caption: Henrik Eiben, Moku, 2017, Aquarell auf Papier, 62 x 47,5 cm, Photo: def […]

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Norbert Schwontkowski | Papierarbeiten | SCHWARZ CONTEMPORARY | 22.04.-27.05.2017

until 27.05. | #1275ARTatBerlin | SCHWARZ CONTEMPORARY presents from 22nd April 2017 the exhibition “Papierarbeiten” by the artist Norbert Schwontkowski. Vernissage: Saturday, 22nd April 2017,4 to 6 p.m. Exhibition period: Saturday, 22nd April to Saturday, 27th May 2017   Image caption: Norbert Schwontkowski “Ohne Titel”, 2009 Monotypie, Öl auf Papier 59 x 43 cm Photo: Jochen Littkemann, Courtesy: SCHWARZ CONTEMPORARY & CONTEMPORARY FINE ARTS Exhibitions Berlin […]

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Monika Goetz | within | SCHWARZ CONTEMPORARY | 11.11.-22.12.2016

until 22.12. | #0901ARTatBerlin | SCHWARZ CONTEMPORARY shows from 11th November the exhibition “within” by the artist Monika Goetz. 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 instant you will […]

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Clara Brörmann | pursuit of happiness | SCHWARZ CONTEMPORARY | 09.09.-22.10.2016

until 22.10. | #0711ARTatBerlin |  SCHWARZ CONTEMPORARY shows from the 9th September 2016 the exhibition pursuit of happiness by the artist Clara Brörmann. Numerous coloured strips are cut from the monochrome blue pictorial plane of Wurfzabel 1 so that the coarse canvas and a painting that seems to be behind the blue paint are revealed. Similar to a collage, […]

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