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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. 

Julia Zastava | Wobbling Middle Age Elf Exhibition | Galerie aKonzept | 06.06.-04.07.2019 – extended until 12.07.2019

extended until 12.07. | #2489ARTatBerlin | Galerie aKonzept presents from 6th June 2019 the Wobbling Middle Age Elf exhibition, a solo exhibition by the artist Julia Zastava. On Thursday, June 6th at 6 pm, Galerie aKonzept cordially invites you to the opening of Julia Zastava solo show, the Wobbling Middle Age Elf Exhibition. IN AN […]

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Guillaume Sebag | Howling Exhibition | Galerie aKonzept | 26.04.-24.05.2019

until 24.05. | #2396ARTatBerlin | Galerie aKonzept shows from 26th April 2019 the “Howling Exhibition” by the artist Guillaume Sebag (*1975). This suite of 9 works shown in the aKonzept gallery is a demonstration of the coherence of the artist and the complexity of the composition of his images, which are far removed from failure. […]

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DEAD EXHIBITION. An almost narrative exhibition | Galerie aKonzept | 01.12.-28.12.2018

until 28.12. | #2291ARTatBerlin | Galerie aKonzept presents from 1st December 2018 the group show DEAD EXHIBITION. An almost narrative exhibition. The idea for this exhibition came after reading a short anonymous French text. The subtitle of the exhibition “An almost narrative exhibition” was chosen because the works on display do not directly illustrate the […]

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THEY: An exhibition on queer identity | Group exhibition | Galerie aKonzept | 14.09.-14.01.2018

until 14.01. | #1567ARTatBerlin | Galerie aKonzept presents from 14th September 2017 the group exhibition “THEY: An exhibition on queer identity”. “Only dead fish follow the stream”. This is agreed, but following the stream would certainly be a relief for those who are still forced to swim against the tide. The current drags those who have […]

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