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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. 

ABSTRAKT | Group Show | WENTRUP | 28.04.–15.05.2021

until 15.05. | #3033ARTatBerlin | WENTRUP shows from 28th April 2021 on the occasion of the Gallery Weekend, the group exhibition ABSTRAKT with works by the artists Markus Amm, Gregor Hildebrandt, Wyatt Kahn, Gerold Miller, Katy Moran, Mary Ramsden, David Renggli, Robin Rhode and Jan-Ole Schiemann. The group exhibition ABSTRAKT is featuring nine artists, whose […]

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Olaf Metzel | Berlin Childhood | WENTRUP | 12.12.2020–23.01.2021

until 23.01. | #2936ARTatBerlin | WENTRUP shows from 12th December 2020 the Solo Show “Berlin Childhood” with works by the artist Olaf Metzel. At the end of 2019, I bought the two-volume scholarly edition of Walter Benjamin’s Berliner Chronik/Berliner Kindheit um 1900 [Berlin Chronicle/Berlin Childhood around 1900]. I had remembered it as a small volume […]

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John McAllister | Adrift gleaming serenest rustling air | WENTRUP | 23.10.–05.12.2020

until 05.12. | #2887ARTatBerlin | WENTRUP presents from 23rd October 2020 the exhibition “Adrift gleaming serenest rustling air” with works by the artist John McAllister. “These new paintings allow you to become absorbed, they are a place where your thoughts can wander,“ says John McAllister, ”you can drift in and out without being told what […]

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Jan-Ole Schiemann | Mantis Mannequins | WENTRUP | 09.09.–18.10.2020

until 17.10. | #2864ARTatBerlin | WENTRUP is showing the exhibition “Mantis Mannequins” with works by the artist Jan-Ole Schiemann from September 9, 2020. The interview with the artist in the context of Gallery Weekend 2020 and background information on his work can be found on DEEDS.WORLD. On the occasion of this year’s Gallery Weekend Berlin, Wentrup […]

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zoom in – zoom out | Group show | WENTRUP | 07.05.–18.07.2020

until 18.07. | #2732ARTatBerlin | WENTRUP currently shows the exhibition zoom in – zoom out, a group show with painting, sculpture and mixed media. Works of the following artists are presented: Nevin Aladağ, Hicham Berrada, Miriam Böhm, Axel Geis, Thomas Grünfeld, Karl Haendel, Sophie von Hellermann, Gregor Hildebrandt, John McAllister, Florian Meisenberg, Olaf Metzel, Peles […]

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Thomas Grünfeld | jene | WENTRUP | 26.10.–07.12.2019

until 07.12. | #2606ARTatBerlin | WENTRUP shows from 26th October 2019 the exhibition jene by the artist Thomas Grünfeld. Wentrup is pleased to announce the inaugural exhibition at the gallery of Cologne-based artist Thomas Grünfeld. The artists’ sculptural oeuvre is characterized by the use of unusual materials and a complexity rich in allusions and references. Since […]

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Karl Haendel | Doppelgänger | WENTRUP | 17.11.–22.12.2018

until 22.12. | #2288ARTatBerlin | WENTRUP currently presents the solo exhibition Doppelgänger by the artist Karl Haendel. Wentrup Gallery is pleased to present Karl Haendel’s second solo exhibition with the gallery, titled Doppelgänger, opening on 16th November 2018. Since the start of his career Haendel (b.1976) has used drawing to discover connections between seemingly disparate nodes of […]

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Louisa Clement | Des Tänzers Weg der Seele | WENTRUP | 16.09.–28.10.2017

until 28.10. | #1551ARTatBerlin | WENTRUP presents from 16th September 2017 the exhibition “Des Tänzers Weg der Seele” by the artist Louisa Clement. In her first solo show at WENTRUP, Louisa Clement is showing the new series Gliedermenschen. In 27 large-format photographs, we see sections of black manikins before a dark background, their screws and joints in […]

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Debo Eilers | No pushing, no stealing | Galerie Wentrup | 16.09.-28.10.2017

until 28.10. | #1532ARTatBerlin | Galerie Wentrup shows since 16th September 2017 the exhibition “No pushing, no stealing” by the artist Debo Eilers. Dolls with a wide smile lie carelessly thrown down on the floor in twisted poses. Inspired by Haba retro-style toys – “Inventor for inquisitive minds”– they have become the choice for liberal American […]

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