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. 

Max Kersting | Alle Menschen schmecken gleich | pavlov’s dog | 15.03.-06.04.2019

until 06.04. | #2395ARTatBerlin | pavlov’s dog shows from 15th March 2019 the eexhibition Alle Menschen schmecken gleich by the artist Max Kersting. Eat animals or leave them be? – The war on the right diet goes on in every halfway intelligent consumer’s brain and is characterized by moral conflicts, contradictions, placebos for self-calming and […]

read more

Ekaterina Sevrouk | Last Paradise II | pavlov’s dog | 01.09.-22.09.2018

until 22.09. | #2167ARTatBerlin | pavlov’s dog presents from 1st September 2018 the Solo Exhibition Last Paradise II with photographs by Ekaterina Sevrouk. It rustles in the green copse, bright red flamingo flowers stand out, the Jungle smells of damp air. A Leopard shows. Just for a moment the Illusion is perfect but yet the […]

read more

Lieux de Mémoire | Erinnerungsorte | pavlov’s dog | 08.12.2017–03.02.2018

until 03.02. | #1773ARTatBerlin | pavlov’s dog shows since 8th December 2017 the group exhibition Lieux de Mémoire | Erinnerungsorte. The term „Lieux de Mémoire“ (sites of memory) was coined by the French historian Pierre Nora. The idea: certain sites shape the collective memory of a social group, the memory of common experiences establishes a […]

read more

ioulex | RFD ( Recipes for Disaster ) | pavlov’s dog | 13.09.–14.10.2017

until 14.10. | #1607ARTatBerlin | pavlov’s dog presents from 13th September 2017 the exhibition “RFD ( Recipes for Disaster )” by the artist duo ioulex. The artist duo ioulex dives deep into the urban space of New York, the metropolis they call home. Similar to Michel Foucault’s heterotopias a mythical-creative space arises against the background of the […]

read more

Kirsten Becken | Seeing Her Ghosts | pavlov’s dog | 11.08.-08.09.2017

until 08.09. | #1571ARTatBerlin | Pavlov’s dog shows from 11th August 2017 the exhibition “Seeing Her Ghosts” by the artist Kirsten Becken. With: David Shrigley, Roger Ballen, Angela Deane, Angela Becken, Kirsten Becken, Holger Becken, Sarah Illenberger, Martin Fengel, Marine Fisch, Johanna Dumet, Vera Kochubey, Faye Moorhouse, Nana Dix, Nina Kaun, Ute Klein, Julia Navarro, Clementine de […]

read more

Matthieu Bourel | Exploring Desires | pavlov’s dog | 13.07.-05.08.2017

until 05.08. | #1464ARTatBerlin | pavlov’s dog presents from 13th July 2017 the exhibition “Exploring Desires” by the artist Matthieu Bourel. „The most important thing for me is to appropriate things, to make them somehow special. So that the power doesn’t come from the source, but from what I did with it. That’s the most important thing […]

read more

Andreas Rost | Projekte zur Bestätigung des Neuen | pavlov’s dog | 20.05.-09.06.2017

until 09.06. | #1379ARTatBerlin | pavlov’s dog presents from 20th May 2017 the exhibition “Projekte zur Bestätigung des Neuen” (Projects for confirming the New) by the artist Andreas Rost. Andreas Rost was educated to believe in communism while he was growing up in DDR like everybody in his hometown. The system and its educational concepts failed, but the […]

read more

Maarten Kools | Black Dog | pavlov’s dog | 07.04.–06.05.2017

until 06.05. | #1224ARTatBerlin | pavlov’s dog shows from 7th April 2017 the exhibition “Black Dog” by the artist Maarten Kools. “Black Dog” photo series were produced by Maarten Kools as a reaction to his best friend’s suicide who was suffering from depression. This event marked as a turning point in Kool’s life and his approach to his work: From […]

read more

else (Twin) Gabriel | Wandel durch Annäherung | pavlov’s dog | 03.02.–11.03.2017

until 11.03. | #1046ARTatBerlin | Pavlov’s dog presents from third February 2017 the exhibition “Wandel durch Annäherung” by the artist else (Twin) Gabriel. The nuclear family as a imaging technique for the relationship between the state, the system, and its suspicion of intimate subversion over the uncontrollable “nucleus of society” has been the research field of else […]

read more
Send this to a friend