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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!

James Simon Gallery | Opening Party for Everybody | 13.07.2019

On Saturday, 13 July 2019, the James Simon Gallery will open with a big opening party for all those interested. The central reception building of the Museum Island Berlin, designed by David Chipperfield Architects, offers service, orientation and quality of stay. In addition to a special exhibition area and auditorium, spacious ticket, information and cloakroom […]

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Warum artspring? | “Und nchstes Jahr machen wir dann …”

Ein Kommentar von Julia Brodauf. Der Gedanke lag eine Weile in der Luft: Man müsste doch mal, mit allen zusammen, die Ateliers öffnen, damit alle sehen können und alle gesehen werden können, die das ganze Jahr über hinter verschlossenen Türen … und dann stellten wir die üblichen 5 Minuten vor Deadline-Mitternacht jenen Antrag auf Förderung […]

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Kolonnaden Bar | Museum Island | 04.07.-15.08.2019

From 4 July to 15 August 2019, the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (> National Museums in Berlin) invite you to the Kolonnaden Bar on the Museum Island Berlin every Thursday from 7 pm to 2 pm. Moderated conversations with interesting guests as well as changing DJs promise a pleasant summer evening in the Kolonnadenhof directly […]

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Freigänger/Åpen soning | The Knast | 28.06.-30.06.2019

On the last weekend of June, 50 Norwegian and German artists will occupy the former women’s prison The Knast in Berlin-Lichterfelde. The artists who come together for the exhibition Freigänger will enter their prison cells and transform them into artistic spaces with site-specific projects comprising visual art, sculpture, installations, video, sound and performance. The prison […]

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Performing Space for the Public: Mischa Kuballs’ light-sound-installation res.o.nant in dialogue with Daniel Libeskind’s ‘Voids’ at the Jewish Museum Berlin

A contribution by Dr. Silke Walther. “The official name of the project is ‘Jewish Museum’ but I have named it ‘Between the Lines’ because for me it is about two lines of thinking, organization and relationship One is a straight line, but broken into many fragments, the other is a tortuous line, but continuing indefinitely.” […]

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