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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. 

Daniel Harms | Mirrors | Anaid Art Gallery | 24.11.-28.01.2017

until 28.01. | #0892ARTatBerlin | Anaid Art Gallery shows from 24th November 2016 the exhibition “Mirrors” by the artist Daniel Harms.  Daniel Harms’ newest series Mirrors, evolves around the ghostly presence of a mirror and its contribution to the way we see ourselves. It indulges in the way the mirror becomes a personification of our deepest desires reflecting the […]

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Alexandru Radvan | Torrid Geometry | Anaid Art | 13.09.-11.11.2016

until 11.11. | #0764ARTatBerlin | Anaid Art Gallery presents from 13th September 2016 the exhibition TORRID GEOMETRY by the artist ALEXANDRU RĂDVAN. Anaid Art Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Alexandru Rădvan’s (born 1977) first solo show in Berlin “Torrid Geometry”, showcasing his most recent artworks. The exhibition featuring large paintings, drawings, collages and reliefs provides us […]

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Aurel Vlad | Silent Witness | Anaid Art Gallery | 22.07.-10.09.2016

until 10.09. | #0630ARTatBerlin | Anaid Art Gallery presents from the 22nd July 2016 the exhibition SILENT WITNESS / SCHWEIGENDER ZEUGE by the artist Aurel Vlad. “You’d better show in your paintings how man of our times was wolf to other human beings.“ Bertolt Brecht The gestural expressionist sculpture becomes a declaration of faith, as the artist […]

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Zsolt Berszán | Dissecting the Unknown | Anaid Art Gallery | 29.04.-30.06.2016

until 30.06. | #0539ARTatBerlin | Anaid Art Gallery currenty shows the exhibition DISSECTING THE UNKNOWN by th artist > Zsolt Berszán. “To each ego its object, to each superego its abject.” Julia Kristeva (The Powers of Horror: An Essay  on Abjection, 1982) Roland Bathes wrote in the 1970’s about Julia Kristeva that through her research “she changes the order of things” combining the new theories and approaches with tradition. Kristeva’s writings reveal […]

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