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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. 

Lukas Korschan | could be any place… | ARTCO Galerie Berlin | 16.07.-13.08.2022

until 13.08. | #3520ARTatBerlin | ARTCO Galerie Berlin presents from 16. July 2022 the exhibition “could be any place…” with photographies by the artist Lukas Korschan. The exhibition ‚could be any place…‘ by Lukas Korschan is a visual research on today’s mundane spheres of solitude and conformity across the world – physical as well as […]

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Adeolu Osibodu | Feels like home again | ARTCO Galerie Berlin | 28.04.-11.06.2022

until 11.06. | #3446ARTatBerlin | ARTCO Galerie Berlin presents from 28. April 2022 the exhibition “Feels like home again” with works by the artist Adeolu Osibodu.   Exhibition dates: Thursday, 28. April – Saturday, 11. June 2022     Image caption: Adeolu Osibodu Exhibition Adeolu Osibodu – ARTCO Galerie Berlin | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin […]

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Abdullah Qureshi | OPEN ENCOUNTERS | ARTCO Galerie Berlin | 10.03.-23.04.2022

until 23.04. | #3381ARTatBerlin | ARTCO Galerie Berlin currently presents the exhibition OPEN ENCOUNTERS with works by the artist Abdullah Qureshi in dialogue with works by Tasnim Bagdadi, Sara Khan, Syowia Kyambi, Natasha Jozi and Gloria Zein. Toronto-based artist Abdullah Qureshi explores personal and collective histories, traumatic pasts and sexuality in his painting, film and […]

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Kufa Makwavarara + Richard Mudariki | OBSERVER & COMMENTATOR | ARTCO Galerie Berlin | 21.01.-05.03.2022

until 05.03. | #3311ARTatBerlin | ARTCO Galerie Berlin presents OBSERVER & COMMENTATOR as the first exhibition in the new year with works by the painters Kufa Makwavarara + Richard Mudariki. ARTCO Galerie Berlin’s first exhibition of the new year is dedicated to two painters whose artistic work describes the social, political and societal conditions in […]

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Marcelo Brodsky + Hildegard Titus | Traces of Violence | ARTCO Galerie Berlin | 02.11.-11.12.2021

until 11.12. | #3219ARTatBerlin | ARTCO Galerie Berlin presents from 2nd November 2021 the exhibition “Trances of Violence – The German Empire in Southern Africa” with works by the Argentinian artist Marcelo Brodsky and the Namibian artist Hildegard Titus. Both are also involved as activists. The first genocide of the 20th century was committed by […]

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