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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!

Leila Hekmat | Crocopazzo! | Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi | 03.03.-04.07.2020

until 04.07. | #2741ARTatBerlin | After reopening Gallery Isabella Bortolozzi currently presents the video performance “Crocopazzo!” and the costumes by the artist Leila Hekmat. A hyperbolic comedy about a mother and her children that look to experimental modes of treatment, therapeutic practices and self-developed products to find their authentic person, and make the best of […]

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Kara Walker | THE SOVEREIGN CITIZENS … | Sprüth Magers Berlin | 11.03.-04.04.2019 – extended until 19.04.2020

extended until 04.04. | #2711ARTatBerlin | Sprüth Magers Berlin shows from 11th March 2020 the installation THE SOVEREIGN CITIZENS SESQUICENTENNIAL CIVIL WAR CELEBRATION by the artist Kara Walker. Following on from the acclaimed Kara Walker exhibition at their London gallery, and concurrent with the artist’s ongoing Tate Modern Turbine Hall commission in London, Monika Sprüth […]

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Sven-Åke Johansson + Thomas Kapielski | Laura Mars Gallery | 22.02.-21.03.2020

until 21.03. | #2689ARTatBerlin | Laura Mars Gallery shows from 22nd February 2020 the first joint exhibition by Sven-Åke Johansson and Thomas Kapielski. The opening of the exhibition is at the same time LP release: SÅJ / TK – The Moabit Duo/recovered, published by Fantôme, and video premiere: SÅJ / TK – Live at Korrekt. […]

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Jana Schulz | being on concrete | EIGEN + ART Lab | 15.01.-22.02.2020

until 22.02. | #2667ARTatBerlin | EIGEN + ART Lab presents from 15th January 2020 the exhibition being on concrete by the artist Jana Schulz. Greasy, well-thumbed $1 notes pass through large, brawny hands, are counted, then passed on. Tiny gestures and motions repeatedly send information, give, take, reject, and demand. Cautiously involved in this group […]

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Falk Haberkorn + Sven Johne | Sing Hallelujah! | KLEMM’S | 02.11.-21.12.2019

until 21.12. | #2617ARTatBerlin | KLEMM’S shows from 2nd November 2019 the exhibition Sing Hallelujah! with works by the artists Falk Haberkorn and Sven Johne. In spring 2019, Falk Haberkorn and Sven Johne undertook their second joint road trip through the east of the country – exactly 15 years after their first trip. Again with […]

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Tomas Kleiner + Marco Biermann | Medusa: Floating Body | Crone Berlin | 07.09.-01.11.2019

until 01.11. | #2558ARTatBerlin | Crone Berlin currently shows the exhibition Medusa: Floating Body by the artists Tomas Kleiner and Marco Biermann. The work of Marco Biermann and Tomas Kleiner, who have been working together as a performative collective for the past five years, investigates the interaction of public and individual space in which we […]

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Shi Zheng | Embers | Migrant Bird Space | 04.09.-18.10.2019

until 18.10. | #2552ARTatBerlin | Migrant Bird Space presents from 4th September 2019 the exhibition Embers by the artist Shi Zheng. “This is real time, it is modern history in the making.” —Sarah Charlesworth on Movie-Television–News-History, 1979 Convincing images. This is how scientists describe the computer-generated results of neural networks like PGGAN. They identify and […]

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SEEDS FOR FUTURE MEMORIES | ifa-galerie Berlin | 12.07.-18.08.2019

until 18.08. | #2522ARTatBerlin | ifa-Galerie currently presents the exhibition SEEDS FOR FUTURE MEMORIES – Voicing the two ends of migration with artworks by Johanna Bramble, Aliou (Badou) Diack, Juan Pablo Macías, Fabrice Monteiro, Mario Pfeifer, Judith Raum and Lerato Shadi. Two years ago, the artists’ residencies at Villa Romana, Florence and the Thread in […]

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Bertrand Flanet | Some hollow crowns | EIGEN + ART Lab | 03.07.-03.08.2019

until 03.08. | #2514ARTatBerlin | EIGEN + ART Lab shows from 3. July 2019 the exhibition Some hollow crowns by the artist Bertrand Flanet. Some hollow crowns features recent productions and developments from the artist Bertrand Flanet. The exhibition starts with blue and blue, a footnote acting as a general introduction, invoking invisible and visible abstract […]

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Christoph Keller, Hito Steyerl, Tao Hui | Esther Schipper | 27.06.-17.08.2019

until 17.08. | #2509ARTatBerlin | Esther Schipper presents from 27th June 2019 an exhibition by the artists Christoph Keller, Hito Steyerl and Tao Hui. Esther Schipper is pleased to bring together works by Christoph Keller, Hito Steyerl and Tao Hui. Christoph Keller has been with the gallery since 1997; Hito Steyerl and Tao Hui joined the program recently. […]

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