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. 

Helmut Newton 100 | Meyer Riegger, Klaus Gerrit Friese, Kicken Berlin | 31.10.2020–16.01.2021

until 16.01. | #2896ARTatBerlin | The Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf galleries Meyer Riegger, Klaus Gerrit Friese and Kicken Berlin will show from 31 October 2020 in cooperation the exhibitions “Helmut Newton 100” in different approaches. On the occasion of Helmut Newton’s centenary birthday on October 31, 2020, Kicken Berlin takes this opportunity to show and reposition Newton’s work […]

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MIXED MEDIA (IV). About The Body | Kicken Berlin | 28.04.–31.08.2018

until 31.08. | #2005ARTatBerlin | Kicken Berlin presents from 28th April 2018 the exhibition “MIXED MEDIA (IV). About The Body”. On the occasion of Gallery Weekend Berlin 2018, Kicken Berlin presents a new installment of its exhibition series Mixed Media under the title About the Body. Following explorations of portraiture, abstraction, and architecture, this fourth exhibition […]

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MIXED MEDIA (III). About Architecture – Joachim Brohm in Dialogue | Kicken Berlin | 19.09.–15.12.2017

until 15.12. | #1523ARTatBerlin | Kicken Berlin presents from 19th September 2017 the exhibition “MIXED MEDIA (III). About Architecture – Joachim Brohm in Dialogue”. Exhibition period: Tuesday, 19th September to Friday, 15th December 2017   Image caption: Joachim Brohm, Moholy-Nagy House Exhibition: MIXED MEDIA (III). About Architecture – Joachim Brohm in Dialogue – Kicken Berlin | Contemporary […]

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Der Rand der Welt. Sibylle Bergemann in Dialogue. | Kicken Berlin | 29.04.-01.09.2017

until 01.09. | #1248ARTatBerlin | Kicken Berlin presents from 29th April 2017 the group exhibition “Der Rand der Welt. Sibylle Bergemann in Dialogue.”. Participating artists: Ursula Arnold, Sibylle Bergemann, Arno Fischer, Harald Hauswald, Ute Mahler, Werner Mahler, Roger Melis, Helga Paris, Sabine Peuckert, Evelyn Richter and Gundula Schulze Eldowy. During Gallery Weekend 2017, Kicken Berlin will show […]

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In Deutschland: reloaded (II) | Kicken Berlin | 29.04.-02.09.2016

until 02.09. | #0583ARTatBerlin | Kicken Berlin currently shows the exhibition series on German photography with the second show “In Deutschland: reloaded (II)”, curated by Wilhelm Schürmann. On display will be works by Sibylle Bergemann, Arno Fischer, Jochem Hendricks, Karl-Ludwig Lange, Thomas Leuner, Rudi Meisel, Simone Nieweg, Gabriele and Helmut Nothhelfer, Helga Paris, Peter Piller, Arne […]

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In Deutschland: reloaded | Kicken Berlin | 13.02.-11.03.2016

until 11.03. | #0411ARTatBerlin | KICKEN Berlin currently presents the group exhibition “In Deutschland: reloaded”, what literally means “In Germany: reloaded. On the occasion of the new exhibition series ‘In Deutschland: reloaded’, Kicken Berlin will present the first show, curated by Klaus Honnef, with a selection of photography by Ulrich Görlich, Candida Höfer, Axel Hütte, Heinrich […]

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André Gelpke | Kicken Berlin | 19.09.-22.12.2015

until 22.12. | #0207ARTatBerlin | From 19th September 2015 Kicken Berlin shows an exhibition with the German photographer André Gelpke. During the opening André Gelpke will sign his publications Sex-Theater and Amok from 4 – 5 p.m. The show will open on September 19 from 2 – 6 p.m. and runs through December 22, 2015. Vernissage: Saturday, 19th September 2015, 2 – […]

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Helmut Newton: “Fräulein…” | KICKEN BERLIN | until 28.08.2015

until 28.08. | #0097ARTatBerlin | KICKEN BERLIN presents fotografies by Helmut Newton until 28th August 2015. Helmut Newton created a special kind of imagery of women: self-conscious and firmly individual, erotic and sophisticated. Berlin’s interwar elegance which he experienced in his early years, laid the fundaments for his signature style. A notion of old-school, yet […]

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