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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!

Matthias Gálvez | Niemandsland | Westphal Berlin | 12.10.-18.11.2017

until 18.11. | #1660ARTatBerlin | Westphal Berlin shows from 12th October 2017 the exhibition “Niemandsland” by the artist Matthias Gálvez. Vernissage: Thursday, 12th October 2017, 6 p.m., Ku’damm-Karree Exhibition period: Thursday, 12th October to 18th November 2017   Image caption: Matthias Galvez, “Die Angestellten” Öl auf Baumwolle, 2017, 220 x 140 cm  Exhibition: Matthias Gálvez – Niemandsland – Westphal Berlin | Contemporary Art […]

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C.D. Aschaffenburg | Ein beschriebenes Bild ist halt wie ein erzähltes Mittagessen | Westphal Berlin | 09.09.-07.10.2017

until 07.10. | #1612ARTatBerlin | Westphal Berlin shows from 9th September 2017 the exhibition “Ein beschriebenes Bild ist halt wie ein erzähltes Mittagessen” by the artist C.D. Aschaffenburg. The gallery just provided a German exhibition description by now. For details please change to the german version of ART@Berlin. It is really easy: Just press the language button in […]

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Summer exhibition: Berlin am Meer | Westphal-Berlin | 07.07.-02.09.2017

until 02.09. | #1445ARTatBerlin | Wetsphal-Berlin shows from 7th July 2017 the summer exhibition “Berlin am Meer” with works by the artists of the gallery and guests. With works by: Sabine Curio, Georg Dienz, Brigitte Fugmann,  Dénesh Ghyczy, Albrecht Gehse, Carsten Kaufhold, Bernhard Kretzschmar, Gisela Krohn, Paul Kuhfuss, Gaia Marturano, Harald Metzkes, Bettina Niedt, Hermann Reimer, Mathias Roloff, Theodor Rosenhauer, Corinna Rosteck, […]

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Robert Stieghorst | Beyond the blinding spectacle | Westphal Berlin | 09.09.-12.11.2016

until 12.11. | #0847ARTatBerlin | Westphal Berlin currently shows the exhibition “Beyond the blinding spectacle” by the artist Robert Stieghorst. “He has an endless arsenal of images and like a bricoleur builds from images meant to be exist in different contexts new sentences. He resets the reality in wich those images already existed and gives them a fresh meaning and a […]

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