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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!

Maurizio Mochetti | Akira Ikeda Gallery | 12.09.-19.12.2015

until 19.12. | #0190ARTatBerlin | Akira Ikeda Gallery shows from 12 September to 19 Dezember 2015 the new exhibition by Maurizio Mochetti.   Vernissage: Saturday, 12 September 2015, 5 – 7 p.m. Exhibition period: Saturday, 12 September to Saturday, 19 December 2015   Image caption: Maurizio Mochetti, Akira Ikeda Gallery Maurizio Mochetti – Akira Ikeda Gallery – Art in Berlin ART@Berlin

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Camille Henrot | The Pale Fox | König Galerie | 05.09.-01.11.2015

until 01.11. | #0172ARTatBerlin | König Galerie shows the new ehibition “The Pale Fox” by Camille Henrot from 5 September to 11 November 2015. Ogo the fox is sad. The other deities were born twins. But unlike his siblings, Ogo emerged from the womb alone. Watch as the loneliness of Ogo turns into sadness, his sadness into anger, […]

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Guy Tillim | Point of view: Joburg/Addis Abeba | Kuckei + Kuckei | 29.08.-10.10.2015

until 10.10. | #0164ARTatBerlin | Kuckei + Kuckei presents new photographic works by Guy Tillim from 29th August to 10th October 2015. The artist, who lives nearby Capetown and was born in Johannesburg, shows photographs that were made in Johannesburg about a decade ago. In addition Tillim shows photographs of Addis Abeba. The cities vary, but Guy […]

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Felix Schneeweiß | Edition DAPHNE | Galerie cubus-m | 21.08.-23.08.2015

until 23.08. | #0151ARTatBerlin | cubus-m is pleased to present Edition DAPHNE, a project initiated by artist Felix Schneeweiss, at the gallery. Limited to a number of 25, each edition will include one work by the seven participating artists. The DAPHNE edition brings together contemporary artistic viewpoints which articulate the medium of paper or card. The seven selected artists […]

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WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE | KW Institute for Contemporary Art | 16.09.-15.11.2015

until 15.11. | #0138ARTatBerlin | Between 16th september and 15th november the KW Institute for Contemporary Art shows the new group exhibition “WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE”. The “jungle” at the heart of the exhibition serves as a desired imaginary space, symbolizing the subconscious, potentially dangerous counterpart of the controlled urban environment. The jungle marks a maximum distance […]

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Antje Majewski | E.F.A. im Garten | | neugerriemschneider | 07.07. – 15.08.2015

until 15.08. | #0124ARTatBerlin | Between 7th july and 15th august 2015 gallery neugerriemschneider shows the exhibition “E.F.A. im Garten” by Antje Majewski. For her newest works, Antje Majewski has found inspiration in the construction site just a stone’s throw from her apartment in Berlin-Wedding. For forty years, community gardeners have planted fruits, vegetables, and flowers on this land, […]

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Group Exhibition | FIRE AND FORGET. ON VIOLENCE | KW Institute for Contemporary Art | 14.06.–30.08.2015

until 30.08. | #0118ARTatBerlin | KUNST WERKE BERLIN e.V. / KW Institute for Contemporary Art shows the group exhibition FIRE AND FORGET. ON VIOLENCE (14th June – 30th August 2015). “Fire and forget” comes from military jargon, and is a term for weapons systems that are no longer used in direct combat with an enemy but […]

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B/W Photographs from the 1960s till today | Galerie Albrecht | 04.07.-05.09.2015

until 05.09. | #0111ARTatBerlin | Between 4th July and 5th September 2015 Gallery Albrecht shows the exhibition ‘B/W Photographs from the 1960s till today’ by the three artists Thomas Lüttge, Gabor Kerekes and Michael Kenna. In everyday life, black-and-white is an exception. Normally, we are surrounded by colours, we express emotions through colours, we approach colours, we are attracted or […]

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