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. 

Michael Carapetian | Glass House | galerie beate brinkmann | 29.09.–27.10.2018

until 27.10. | #2134ARTatBerlin | galerie beate brinkmann presents from 29th September 2018 the exhibition Glass House with architectural photographs of the photographer Michael Carapetian. The gallery is taking part in the European Month of Photography (EMOP, 29.09.-31.10.2018). The “maison de verre” (1931) is a dwelling house in Paris, built by Pierre Chareau. Its façade, a nontransparent […]

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Otto Reitsperger | Nachthell | galerie beate brinkmann | 21.04.–06.06.2018

until 06.06. | #1979ARTatBerlin | galerie beate brinkmann presents from 21st April 2018 under the title „Nachthell“ (> as bright as night) photographs by Otto Reitsperger. “There is nothing that was different than in daytime. All that’s missing is the color, we told each other. ” (M.B.) Comments on the photo project “NACHTHELL” by Otto Reitsperger The […]

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Anselm Baumann | a ring is a ring is a ring | galerie beate brinkmann | 22.04.-03.06.2017

until 03.06. | #1230ARTatBerlin | galerie beate brinkmann shows from 22th April 2017 the exhibition “a ring is a ring is a ring” by the artist Anselm Baumann. Anselm Baumann shows ringlike wall objects made of plastic in the tradition of „Soft Art“, forms which specify the soft flow of the material in their appearance. Vernissage: Friday, 21th April 2017, 7 […]

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Ophelia Beckmann | Faded Flowers | galerie beate brinkmann | 11.11.-06.12.2016

until 06.12. | #0864ARTatBerlin | galerie beate brinkmann presents from 11th November 2016 the exhibition „Faded Flowers”, photographies by Ophelia Beckmann. 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 […]

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