here you will find exhibitions from the selected category. They are sorted in descending order of actuality. New exhibitions are listed at the top. Exhibitions whose runtime is in the past are listed further down. As an art enthusiast, you can also use this archive to find out about past exhibitions. 

Olaf Heine | Rwandan Daughters | Outdoor Gallery

Until mid-April 2021, a total of 160 metres of Olaf Heine’s photo exhibition entitled Rwandan Daughters could be seen in the open air in Berlin, including in Köpenicker Straße in Mitte/Kreuzberg. The story of Rwanda went around the world. 27 years ago, on 7 April 1994, Hutu militias in Rwanda initiated a genocide from which […]

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On the death of June Newton alias Alice Springs | 1923-2021

The award-winning actress and photographer June Newton aka Alice Springs, widow of the world-famous photographer Helmut Newton, died on 9 April 2021 at the age of 97 in her home in Monte Carlo. Alice Springs had initiated the Berlin-Charlottenburg-based Museum of Photography together with her husband in the early 2000s and was president of the […]

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Lockdown extended | Opening strategy for galleries

+++ UPDATE +++ The lockdown was extended by three more weeks until 9 May 2021. Berlin would be affected by possible nationwide tightening of the rules (federal emergency brake) due to the current incidence. Since 31.03.2021 applies: Galleries and museums may remain open within the framework of the current regulations. In addition to making an […]

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art KARLSRUHE cancelled

What was just possible last year is no longer possible in 2021. Today it was announced that the 18th art KARLSRUHE cannot take place as planned from 21 to 24 May 2021. Due to the lack of opening prospects for the trade fair and event sector and the associated lack of planning security, Messe Karlsruhe […]

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Gallery Weekend Berlin 2021 | Participating galleries + artists

The organizers of Gallery Weekend Berlin 2021, to be held from April 30 to May 2, 2021, announce the participating galleries and artists presented there. Among them are emerging artists such as Anna Uddenberg, Leda Bourgogne, Andrea Fourchy, Kayode Ojo, and established positions such as Julie Mehretu, Cathy Wilkes, Monika Sosnowska, Albert Oehlen, Christian Boltanski, […]

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Lockdown extended until 31.01.2021 | All modifications

The Germany-wide lockdown, which began on 16 December 2020 and was scheduled to last until 10 January 2021, will be extended until 31 January 2021. In the process, the measures to contain the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus will be tightened again. The Infection Protection Measures Ordinance is amended as follows: When leaving one’s own […]

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ArtReview | Power 100 | 2020

In the 19th edition of ArtReview Power 100, the annual ranking of the most influential people and movements in the contemporary art world, “Black Lives Matter” takes first place in 2020. The list reflects the influence of coronavirus, social justice movements and non-Western art scenes on the structures of the global art world. In a […]

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Michael Buthe | Das Ganz-Nahe und das Ganz-Andere | Ein kuratorischer Beitrag

(in German only) Anlässlich der Ausstellung “PARADISE – Werke von und um Michael Buthe” der Berliner Galerie KLEINERVONWIESE im Dezember 2020 nähern sich die Kuratorin Constanze Kleiner und der Kunsthistoriker Stephan von Wiese essayistisch dem Leben und der Person des Künstlers Michael Buthe. Auch aus der persönlichen Begegnung heraus. Ein Beitrag von Constanze Kleiner und […]

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50 Years LEVY Galerie | 1970-2020

In 2020 the LEVY Galerie celebrates its 50th anniversary. On 30 October 1970 Thomas Levy, the father of the Berlin gallery owner Alexander Levy, opened his gallery in Hamburg Pöseldorf. Thomas Levy (*1947) was only 23 years old at the time. He was passionate for the arts – regularly visiting the city of Paris since […]

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