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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. 

BRUTALISM | Photography by Kiko Dionisio | 30.04.-02.05.2021

The exhibition BRUTALISM by Portuguese photographer Kiko Dionisio is on view in an experimental exhibition space on Tucholskystraße during Gallery Weekend 2021. Curated by Frances Stafford. Kiko Dionisio, (*born as Joaquim Miguel Tavares Dionisio, August 1974 in Lisbon Portugal) is a Berlin based Artist, whose work deals predominantly with the male body. His practice dwells […]

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Gallery Weekend 2021 | 30.04.-02.05.2021

The Gallery Weekend Berlin will take place from 30 April to 2 May 2021. 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, Pae White and George Condo are taking part. This major art event, which has […]

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BRUTALISM | Photography by Kiko Dionisio | 30.04.-02.05.2021

The exhibition BRUTALISM by Portuguese photographer Kiko Dionisio is on view in an experimental exhibition space on Tucholskystraße during Gallery Weekend 2021. Curated by Frances Stafford. Kiko Dionisio, (*born as Joaquim Miguel Tavares Dionisio, August 1972 in Lisbon Portugal) is a Berlin based Artist, whose work deals predominantly with the male body. His practice dwells […]

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EARTH, t. b. a. | Group Show | Haus am Lützowplatz + Vanessa Souli | 23.04.–30.05.2021

The exhibition project EARTH, t. b. a. explores scenarios of post-apocalyptic life during the Berlin Gallery Weekend 2021. From 24th April to 30th May, EARTH, t.b.a. takes place physically and digitally at Haus am Lützowplatz (Studio Galerie). The project presents a series of scenarios of future life on Earth that oscillate between imagination and documentation. […]

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+++ UPDATE +++ paper positions + POSITIONS Berlin Art Fair 2021

Due to the continuing pandemic-related restrictions, the date of paper positions berlin has once again been moved to a later date: From 19 – 22 August 2021, 50 galleries will once again occupy the unique location of the Deutsche Telekom Capital Representation and present their most important artistic positions with, on and from the material […]

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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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