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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. 

Henrike Naumann | Einstürzende Reichsbauten | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 08.08.-28.11.2021

until 28.11. | #3144ARTatBerlin | Kunsthaus Dahlem currently shows the exhibition “Einstürzende Reichsbauten” by the author and artist Henrike Naumann. Beginning in the spring of 1933, the National Socialists were manifesting their newly acquired claim to power on all levels. An important aspect of this was penetrating society, even into private space. This not only […]

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The unkown political prisoner | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 30.10.2020-21.02.2021

Kunsthaus Dahlem shows from 30th October 2020 the exhibition “The unkown political prisoner”. The competition for the Monument to the Unknown Political Prisoner was probably the most important art competition of the post-war period. More than 3,000 artists from all over the world participated, including sculptors and architects such as Max Bill, Alexander Calder, Naum […]

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Jussuf Abbo | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 08.11.2019-20.01.2020

until 20.01. | #2632ARTatBerlin | Kunsthaus Dahlem currently shows an exhibition with artworks by the sculpteur Jussuf Abbo. The sensitively modelled female heads by the sculptor Jussuf Abbo inspired the Berlin art scene of the Golden Twenties. Abbo participated in the progressive movements of his time and was a close friend of Else Lasker-Schüler and […]

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Escape into the pictures? The Artists of the Brücke in National Socialism | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 14.04.-11.08.2019

until 11.08. | Kunsthaus Dahlem is currently presenting the exhibition “Flucht in die Bilder? Die Künstler der Brücke im Nationalsozialismus (> Escape into the Pictures?) The Artists of the Brücke in National Socialism” in cooperation with the Brücke Museum. The exhibition “Flucht in die Bilder?” is the first to critically and extensively examine the artistic […]

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ZERO [+1] – EARLY WORKS BY HAL BUSSE | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 18.01.-08.04.2019

until 08.04. | Kunsthaus Dahlem currently shows the exhibition ZERO [+1] – Early Works by Hal Busse. Hal Busse (actually Hannelore Bendixen-Busse) is one of the few women artists who belong to the artistic avant-garde of postwar modernism. Committed primarily to painting in the 1950s, she appears at the end of the decade with sculptural works, […]

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Tatjana Schülke | INSIDE OUT | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 18.01.-08.04.2019

until 08.04. | Kunsthaus Dahlem currently shows the exhibition INSIDE OUT with sculptures, wall objects and reliefs by the artist Tatjana Schülke. Spatial compositions and sculptural works characterize the artistic work of Tatjana Schülke. The focus is on the material as a means of expression and its haptic and visual experience for the viewer. Removed from […]

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Alexander Camaro + Bernhard Heiliger | Bespielbare Skulptur | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 13.01.–27.03.2017

until 27.03. | Kunsthaus Dahlem presents from 13th January 2017 the set decoration for Faust II by the artists Alexander Camaro and Bernhard Heiliger. 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 […]

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Portrait Berlin | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 12.06.2015-18.06.2017

until 18.06. | #0810ARTatBerlin | Kunsthaus Dahlem shows since the 12. June 2015 the exhibition “Portrait Berlin” with artistic positions of the post-war modernism in Berlin between 1945 and 1955. 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 […]

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Prologue | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 09.09.2016-09.01.2017

until 09.01. | #0720AB | Kunsthaus Dahlem shows from 09. September 2016 the exhibition Prologue about Prologue-Group in the 1940s. The exhibition Prologue re-introduces a group of art lovers and artists, who got initiated a supporting group in Berlin-Dahlem in autumn of 1946. Prologue was a network, whose members consisted of members of the American Military Administration as well […]

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