here you can find our exhibitions in chronological order. Some of them might not be available to visit anymore. For the sake of completeness they are also published here, to give you as an art lover an overview of exhibitions, that have taken place in Berlin. Enjoy!

memento mori | Group Exhibition | Daniel Marzona | 18.01.-09.03.2019

until 09.03. | #2330ARTatBerlin| Daniel Marzona presents from 18th January 2019 the exhibition memento mori, curated by Dr. Burkhard Brunn, with the artists William Anastasi, Kirstin Arndt, John Beech, Sid Gastl, Ben Greber, Charlotte Posenenske, Michael Reiter, Marike Schuurman, Tsujimura Shiro and Martina Wolf. Transience in the tradition of MEMENTO MORI In Dutch still life […]

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Aron Mehzion | parallélisme élémentaire | Daniel Marzona | 07.09.-20.10.2018

until 20.10. | #2232ARTatBerlin | Daniel Marzona presents from 7th September 2018 the solo exhibition parallélisme élémentaire by the artist Aron Mehzion. A (child’s) hand cast in plaster is a fairly familiar object. The moment the hand touches the still shapeless material is preserved. The hand itself is present/absent: both its past and its present […]

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Sofia Hultén | Coulda Woulda Shoulda | Daniel Marzona | 15.06.-31.07.2018

until 31.07. | #2058ARTatBerlin | Daniel Marzona presents from 15th June 2018 the exhibition “Coulda Woulda Shoulda” by the artist Sofia Hultén. Daniel Marzona is pleased to announce the opening of the second solo exhibition of Sofia Hultén with new works. The work of Sofia Hultén is driven by an experimental questioning of the things […]

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Magnus Plessen | Schablone und Fragment | Daniel Marzona | 27.04.-09.06.2018

until 09.06. | #1981ARTatBerlin | Daniel Marzona shows from 27th April 2018 the exhibition “Schablone und Fragment” by the artist Magnus Plessen. Daniel Marzona is pleased to announce the exhibition “Stencil and Fragment” with new works by Magnus Plessen. The exhibition shows pieces from his series “1914”, on which Plessen worked for the last four […]

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Ferdinand Penker | Daniel Marzona | 03.03.-21.04.2018

bis 21.04. | #1892ARTatBerlin | Daniel Marzona shows from 3rd March 2018 an exhibition by the artist Ferdinand Penker. Daniel Marzona is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition with works by Ferdinand Penker (1950-2014). In the 1970s, Ferdinand Penker began building up an oeuvre influenced by Constructivist and Concrete Art, American Color Field painting, […]

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John Beech | Silent Articles | Daniel Marzona | 14.10.-06.01.2018

until 06.01. | #1648ARTatBerlin | Daniel Marzona presents from 14th October 2017 the first solo exhibition “Silent Articles” by the artist John Beech. John Beech is an American artist who was born and raised in Britain, lives and works in Brooklyn and has traveled extensively throughout the world gathering sources for his work and numerous self-published […]

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Paolo Chiasera | PC Santa Fe 4.0TD | Daniel Marzona | 09.09.-07.10.2017

until 07.10. | #1499ARTatBerlin | Daniel Marzona presents from 09th September 2017 the exhibition “PC Santa Fe 4.0TD” by the artist Paolo Chiasera. Chiasera’s multi-disciplinary work, involving painting, video, performance and installation, is characterized by his inquiries into historical images, myths and rituals. The artist’s work takes history as a starting point for a process of creative […]

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Stefan Klein | More Secure Than Ever | Daniel Marzona | 18.07.-21.07.2017

until 21.07. | #1463ARTatBerlin | Daniel Marzona presents from 18th July 2017 for four days the performance by the artist Stefan Klein. Daniel Marzona is pleased to announce the performance exhibition of Stefan Klein. The entrance door of the gallery remains open continuously, day and night, for 4 days. During this period the exhibition space is […]

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Bernd Lohaus | Daniel Marzona | 28.04.–17.06.2017 -extended to 15.07.

until 15.07. | #1233ARTatBerlin | Daniel Marzona presents from 28th April 2017 the solo exhibition by the artist Bernd Lohaus. Daniel Marzona is pleased to announce the second solo exhibition of Bernd Lohaus. Bernd Lohaus’s oeuvre gives a voice to the material. Since the late 1960s, wood, rope, and later also stone and bronze have been the working materials […]

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