archive-title Category Archives: Thomas Fischer

Archive of all exhibitions on ART@Berlin for

Category Archives: Thomas Fischer

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!

Dirk Braeckman | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 07.04-09.06.2018

until 09.06. | #1923ARTatBerlin | Galerie Thomas Fischer shows from 7th April 2018 an exhibition by the artist Dirk Braeckman. Dirk Braeckman’s third exhibition at Thomas Fischer includes a selection of works that stretches across several phases of the artist’s work into the present, showing the artist’s work as a coherent, large-scale oeuvre that cannot […]

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Margrét H. Blöndal | Zug | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 24.06.–05.08.2017

until 05.08. | #1436ARTatBerlin | Galerie Thomas Fischer shows from 24th June 2017 the exhibition “Zug” by the artist Margrét H. Blöndal. Installations by Margrét H. Blöndal draw their meaning from their location and their internal context. They feature an element of uncertainty, an unknown quantity, which we might call the X-Factor and makes it impossible to […]

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Irmel Kamp | Neues Bauen in Tel Aviv und Brüssel | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 28.04.–10.06.2017

until 10.06. | #1323ARTatBerlin | Galerie Thomas Fischer presents from 28th April 2017 the exhibition “Neues Bauen in Tel Aviv und Brüssel” by the artist Irmel Kamp. For over four decades Irmel Kamp has been photographing architecture, conducting long-term research projects focused on a single style or region. The current exhibition presents a selection from two of her most […]

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Laetitia Gendre | This is not Versailles | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 11.02.-01.04.2017

until 01.04. | #1059ARTatBerlin | Galerie Thomas Fischer shows from 11th February 2017 the exhibition “This is not Versailles” by the artist Laetitia Gendre. “Back in 1977, a New Mexico judge named Jack Love was reading the funny pages when he came across a Spider-Man comic strip, in which the nefarious Kingpin used a bracelet to track […]

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Kasper Andreasen + Louis Lüthi | The Preparator | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 29.10.-19.11.2016

until 19.11. | #0862ARTatBerlin | Galerie Thomas Fischer shows from 29th October the exhibition “The Preperator” by the artists Kasper Andreasen and Louis Lüthi. “The Preparator”, a collaboration between Kasper Andreasen and Louis Lüthi, takes as its starting point the painter Alexander Cozens’ publication “A New Method of Assisting the Invention in Drawing Original Compositions of Landscape” (1785). Set one morning […]

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Joachim Bandau | Zeichnungen und Wandobjekte | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 17.09.-12.11.2016

until 12.11. | #0775ARTatBerlin | Galerie Thomas Fischer shows from 17th September 2016 the exhibition “Zeichnungen und Wandobjekte” by the artist Joachim Bandau. In terms of their form, Joachim Bandau’s bunker drawings are both surprising and fascinating. Conceived as a „survival machine“, as both foxhole and firing range, the bunker in Bandau’s drawings is more […]

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Sebastian Stumpf | Ozean | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 09.04.-04.06.2016

bis 04.06. | #0480ARTatBerlin | Galerie Thomas Fischer shows from the 9th April 2016 the exhibition “Ozean” by the artist Sebastian Stumpf. In his new works Sebastian Stumpf explores the continental border that marks the end of the mainland and the beginning of the Atlantic. The shoreline cliff, water and horizon make up the coordinate […]

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Seiichi Furuya | Gravitation | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 20.02.-02.04.2016

until 02.04. | #0384ARTatBerlin |  Galerie Thomas Fischer shows from the 20th Februar 2016 an exhibition with artworks by Seiichi Furuya. Seiichi Furuya crosses back and forth between the borders of systems, cultures and epochs. One of the last masters of the ephemeral, with his project Gravitation he re-examines the sum of his photographic work. Gravitation […]

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