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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. 

Yu Linhan | Wearing the body inside out | Migrant Bird Space | 23.10.-10.12.2021

until 10.12. | #3213ARTatBerlin | Migrant Bird Space shows from 23rd October 2021 (Opening: 22.10.) the solo exhibition Wearing the body inside out by the artist Yu Linhan. Yu Linhan’s works unify order and disorder. With great precision, Linhan draws an impenetrable mess of what could be branches, lines or cables on wall-filling formats. Amongst […]

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Yafei Qi | Fall Right Back To Sleep After A Terror | Migrant Bird Space | 15.09.-15.10.2021

until 15.10. | #3179ARTatBerlin | Migrant Bird Space currently presents the solo exhibition Fall Right Back To Sleep After A Terror with works by the artist Yafei Qi. Taking the Nordic ‘Law of Jante’, a fundamental cultural trace of Norway and Scandinavia, as a point of departure, Yafei Qi travelled around Northern Norway and Svalbard […]

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Liu Di | A Stubbornly Persistent Illusion | Migrant Bird Space | 26.03.-21.05.2021

until 21.05. | #3057ARTatBerlin | Migrant Bird Space shows from 26th March 2021 the exhibition A Stubbornly Persistent Illusion with video works by the artist Liu Di. The exhibition is only visible by arrangement. In the two pieces of new videos of Liu Di — “ The Weight of Oneself “and “ A Stubbornly Persistent […]

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A Future Without a Past | Gruppenausstellung | Migrant Bird Space | 10.11.2020-15.01.2021

until 15.01. | #2920ARTatBerlin | Migrant Bird Space currently presents the group show A Future Without a Past with works by the artists Seulki Ki, Tomoko Mori, You Gu and Zhé Wang. The group show presents four young female Asian artists that explore concepts of identity through their artistic work. Taking a step back from […]

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Qi Yafei 齐亚菲 + Georg Óskar Giannakoudakis | PLENTY OF NOTHING | Migrant Bird Space | 03.09.-03.11.2020

until 03.11. | #2825ARTatBerlin | Migrant Bird Space presents from 3rd September 2020 the exhibition PLENTY OF NOTHING with works by the artist duo Qi Yafei 齐亚菲 and Georg Óskar Giannakoudakis. PLENTY OF NOTHING is an exhibition by the Berlin based Chinese-Icelandic artist couple Qi Yafei 齐亚菲 (1987, Hebei Province) and Georg Óskar Giannakoudakis (1985, […]

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Yuya Suzuki | archegraph study_Berlin | Migrant Bird Space | 19.06.-06.08.2020

until 06.08. | #2760ARTatBerlin | Migrant Bird Space presents from 19th June 2020 the solo show archegraph study_Berlin with works by the artist Yuya Suzuki. In search of a new visual language, Japanese artist Yuya Suzuki responds to the environment around him: minimalist amorphous shapes, semi-symmetric patterns and bright, blazing colours function like fragments or […]

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China Fever | Group Exhibition | Migrant Bird Space | 17.01.-19.03.2020

until 19.03. | #2657ARTatBerlin | Migrant Bird Space shows from 17th January 2020 the exhibition CHINA FEVER with artworks by the photographers Luo Yang, Lin Zhipeng (No. 223) and Ren Hang. Chinese photographers Luo Yang, Lin Zhipeng (aka. No. 223) and Ren Hang portray a Chinese subculture that defies imposed expectations and stereotypes. Their depictions […]

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Huang Zejian + Bu Yunjun | Migrant Bird Space | 26.10.-21.12.2019

until 21.12. | #2607ARTatBerlin | Migrant Bird Space presents from 26th October 2019 an exhibition with artworks by the artists Huang Zejian and Bu Yunyun. Two Chinese artists exploring the sensuality and inherent eroticism of everyday materials and images. Both work in a variety of media, yet base their initial approach to art on the […]

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Shi Zheng | Embers | Migrant Bird Space | 04.09.-18.10.2019

until 18.10. | #2552ARTatBerlin | Migrant Bird Space presents from 4th September 2019 the exhibition Embers by the artist Shi Zheng. “This is real time, it is modern history in the making.” —Sarah Charlesworth on Movie-Television–News-History, 1979 Convincing images. This is how scientists describe the computer-generated results of neural networks like PGGAN. They identify and […]

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