archive-title Tag Archives: Conceptual Art

Tag Archives: Conceptual Art

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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!

“NGORONGORO II” Artist Weekend | Sexauer Gallery | 27.04.-29.04.2018

bis 29.04. | #1989ARTatBerlin | Sexauer Gallery will participate in the second “NGORONGORO II” Artist Weekend during the Gallery Weekend 2018. At the same time as the Berlin Gallery Weekend 2018, the 6,000 square metre former factory site in Berlin-Weißensee will be the venue for a group exhibition of contemporary art for the second time […]

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Marshall McLuhan and the Arts | Group Exhibition | EIGEN + ART Lab | 27.01.-24.02.2018

until 24.02. | #1838ARTatBerlin | EIGEN + ART Lab shows from 27th January 2018 the exhibition “Feedback #2 – Marshall McLuhan and the Arts – War and Peace in the Global Village”. A project by West Den Haag in cooperation with transmediale 2018 face value. Participating artists: Peter Blegvad, Adam Harvey, Mogens Jakobsen, Marshall McLuhan (archival material), […]

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Futo Akiyoshi | All for one | Sexauer Gallery | 20.01.-24.02.2018

until 24.02. | #1816ARTatBerlin | Sexauer Gallery shows from 20th January 2018 the solo exhibition “All for one” by the artist Futo Akiyoshi. The Japanese painter Futo Akiyoshi paints large, open series of pictures in which he sets for himself strict rules that he then follows with dedication. These rules are not an end in […]

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Chris Twiney | FINLANDIA | Michael Reid Gallery | 05.01.-04.02.2018

until 04.02. | #1778ARTatBerlin | Michael Reid Gallery presents from 5th January 2018 the exhibition”Finlandia” by the artist Chris Twiney. Chris Twiney’s new series of work presented in FINLANDIA seeks to identify how Finland is portrayed in the worldwide media. On one hand, Finland is depicted as being one of the best countries in the world for […]

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João Maria Gusmão + Pedro Paiva | PAPAGAIO | KW Institute | 29.11.2015–24.01.2016

until 24.01. | #0275ARTatBerlin | From November 29, 2015 KW Institute presents the new exhibition “PAPAGAIO” by Portuguese artist duo João Maria Gusmão + Pedro Paiva. The Portuguese artist duo João Maria Gusmão + Pedro Paiva, well known for their conceptual and poetic analyses of reality, present PAPAGAIO, their largest retrospectively conceived solo exhibition to date in Berlin. The […]

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Peter Fend | to be built | Barbara Weiss | 12.11.–19.12.2015

until 19.12. | #0268ARTatBerlin | From November 12 to December 19, 2015 Gallery Barbara Weiss presents the exhibition “to be built” by the artist Peter Fend. In collaboration with Oracle, Galerie Barbara Weiss presents an exhibition of the American artist Peter Fend (*1950). Since the late 1970s, Fend has consistently dealt with ecological questions. In his extensively and often […]

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Anneliese Schrenk | Beast of Burden | Circle Culture Gallery | 28.11.2015–06.02.2016

until 06.02.| #0263ARTatBerlin | Circle Culture Gallery presents the new exhibition “Beast of Burden” by Anneliese Schrenk from November 28, 2015 to February 6, 2016. The solo exhibition “Beast of Burden” presents a selection of the multifaceted minimalist artworks by Austrian artist Anneliese Schrenk. Expansive site-specific installations, large-scale paintings and works on paper epitomize her survey of […]

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NO SHOW MUSEUM | Grimmuseum | from 08th August 2015

#0134ARTatBerlin | A NO SHOW MUSEUM exhibition in cooperation with Grimmuseum Berlin. Opening: Saturday, 8th August 2015, 7pm. “A breathtaking journey to the most remote regions of thinking” (Annabelle Nr. 06/15) NOTHING BY JOSEPH BEUYS – GORDON MATTA-CLARK – AGNIESZKA KURANT – SANTIAGO SIERRA – ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG – BEN VAUTIER. The NO SHOW MUSEUM is the world’s first […]

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