archive-title Category Archives: KOW

Archive of all exhibitions on ART@Berlin for

Category Archives: KOW

Archive of all exhibitions on ART@Berlin for

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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!

THE FUEL OF YOUR LIVES … | Group Exhibition | KOW | 08.09.-10.11.2018

until 10.11. | #2184ARTatBerlin | KOW shows from 8th September 2018 the group exhibition THE FUEL OF YOUR LIVES BECOMES ASHES IN OURS related to the pressure towards right side in Germany. The gallery and the artists want to set an example. Participating artists: Alice Creischer, Henrike Naumann, Mario Pfeifer, Andreas Siekmann, Michael E. Smith, Tobias Zielony In light of […]

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Frédéric Moser + Philippe Schwinger | Double Bodies | KOW | 10.02.-17.03.2018

until 17.03. | #1855ARTatBerlin | KOW shows from 10th February 2018 the exhibition “Double Bodies” by the artists Frédéric Moser and Philippe Schwinger. There is no law above our laws that forces them to persist. I mean, it’s a good thing. (From Tom’s monologue in the film Double Bodies) This exhibition checks in on subjectivity […]

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Michael E. Smith | KOW | 16.09.-05.11.2017

until 05.11. | #1547ARTatBerlin | KOW presents from 16th September 2017 an exhibition by the artist Michael E. Smith. Vernissage: Friday, 15th September 2017, 6 to 9 p.m. Exhibition period: Saturday, 16th September to Sunday, 5th November 2017   Image caption: Michael E. Smith, Untitled, 2017, Detail, Photo: Ladislav Zajac / KOW Exhibition: Michael E. Smith – KOW | […]

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Candice Breitz | Love Story | KOW | 29.04.-18.06.2017

until 18.06. | #1232ARTatBerlin | KOW shows from 29th April 2017 the exhibition “Love Story” by the artist Candice Breitz. Love Story interrogates the mechanics of identification and the conditions under which empathy is produced. The work is based on the personal narratives of six individuals who have fled their countries in response to a range of […]

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