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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!

Tobias Spichtig | Pretty Fine | CFA Berlin | 01.09.-26.09.2020

until 26.09. | #2855ARTatBerlin | Contemporary Fine Arts currently presents the exhibition “Pretty Fine” with works of the artist Tobias Spichtig. It is his first exhibition with the gallery. The interview with the artist in the context of Gallery Weekend 2020 and background information on his work can be found on DEEDS.WORLD. So everything started over […]

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Ugo Rondinone | nuns + monks | Esther Schipper | 11.09.-17.10.2020

until 17.10. | #2818ARTatBerlin | Esther Schipper presents from 11th September 2020 the exhibition nuns + monks with new sculptures by the artist Ugo Rondinone.  Stones are present in Ugo Rondinone’s work as a recurring material and symbol. They are the subject of his stone figures, which he began in 2013 with the monumental installation […]

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Matteo Lucca + Maurizio L’Altrella | SEMITA LUMINIS | Luisa Catucci Gallery | 25.07.-01.09.2020

until 01.09. | #2787ARTatBerlin | Luisa Catucci Gallery presents from 25 July 2020 the exhibition SEMITA LUMINIS with works by Matteo Lucca and Maurizio L’Altrella, curated by ISORROPIA HOMEGALLERY. When half way through the journey of our life I found that I was in a gloomy wood, because the path which led aright was lost. […]

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Ute Essig + Henrik U. Müller | Semjon Contemporary | 20.06.-01.08.2020

until 01.08. | #2761ARTatBerlin | Semjon Contemporary shows from 20th June 2020 the exhibition bright to cloudy by the artist Ute Essig and the exhibition from straight across by the artist Henrik U. Müller. Henrik U. Müller shows experimental photography and mixed media. Ute Essig shows porcelain sculptures, Knit Objects and Stitch Works. Chandelier with […]

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zoom in – zoom out | Group show | WENTRUP | 07.05.–18.07.2020

until 18.07. | #2732ARTatBerlin | WENTRUP currently shows the exhibition zoom in – zoom out, a group show with painting, sculpture and mixed media. Works of the following artists are presented: Nevin Aladağ, Hicham Berrada, Miriam Böhm, Axel Geis, Thomas Grünfeld, Karl Haendel, Sophie von Hellermann, Gregor Hildebrandt, John McAllister, Florian Meisenberg, Olaf Metzel, Peles […]

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Daniel Steegmann Mangrané | Fog Dog | Esther Schipper | 07.03.-09.04.2020

until 09.04. | #2705ARTatBerlin | Esther Schipper presents from 7th March 2020 the exhibition Fog Dog by the artist Daniel Steegmann Mangrané. Esther Schipper is pleased to announce Daniel Steegmann Mangrané’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. Entitled Fog Dog, the exhibition includes architectural light interventions, a sound installation and a new film. A two-part […]

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Matti Braun | Ku Lak | Esther Schipper | 17.01.-22.02.2020

until 22.02. | #2669ARTatBerlin | Esther Schipper shows from 17th January 2020 the exhibition Ku Lak by the artist Matti Braun. Esther Schipper is pleased to announce Ku Lak, Matti Braun’s sixth solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition will include 16 works from a new series of silk paintings and approximately 25 new glass works, […]

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Thomas Grünfeld | jene | WENTRUP | 26.10.–07.12.2019

until 07.12. | #2606ARTatBerlin | WENTRUP shows from 26th October 2019 the exhibition jene by the artist Thomas Grünfeld. Wentrup is pleased to announce the inaugural exhibition at the gallery of Cologne-based artist Thomas Grünfeld. The artists’ sculptural oeuvre is characterized by the use of unusual materials and a complexity rich in allusions and references. Since […]

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Story as a Woven Carpet | Group Exhibition | 68 projects | 06.09.-16.11.2019

until 16.11. | #2526ARTatBerlin | 68 projects will present from 6 September 2019 the group exhibition Story as a Woven Carpet of seven artists living and working in Georgian Tbilisi: Andro Eradze, Levan Chelidze, Salome Chigilashvili, Tezi Gabunia, Nino Kvrivishvili, Tamar Nadiradze and Giorgi Qochiashvili. The exhibition is comprised of cultural fragments and addresses new […]

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