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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. 

Erika Stürmer-Alex | Malerei + Objekte | Galerie mutare | 23.10.-20.11.2021

until 20.11. | #3208ARTatBerlin | Galerie mutare shows from 23rd October 2021 an exhibition with painting and object by the artist Erika Stürmer-Alex as part of the gallery project “Die neue Brücke – durch Chaos und Ordnung zur Freiheit” (> The new bridge – through chaos and order to freedom). A brochure will be published […]

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Tony Cragg | Drawing as Continuum | Haus am Waldsee | bis 09.01.2021

As an exhibition venue for international art, the Haus am Waldsee has had a special relationship with sculpture since it began exhibiting in 1946. Since the extension and general renovation of the building in 2017/18, the Haus am Waldsee is pleased to have on loan the large outdoor sculpture “Versus” (2011/19) by the British sculptor […]

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First retrospective: Louise Stomps | Natur Gestalten Skulpturen 1928–1988 | Berlinische Galerie | 15.10.2021-17.01.2022

THE VERBORGENE MUSEUM is a guest at the Berlinische Galerie and presents the first retrospective of the sculptor Louise Stomps (1900-1988). With around 90 sculptures, the exhibition provides an insight into the life’s work of this extraordinary artist. Her bronze figures “Pilger”, “Einsamer” and “Gilgamesh”, which are over three metres high and were donated to […]

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Pam Evelyn | Spectacle of a wreck | Peres Projects | 08.10.-19.11.2021

until 19.11. | #3223ARTatBerlin | Peres Projects currently presents the solo exhibition “Spectacle of a wreck” by the artist Pam Evelyn. Pam Evelyn paints like the archaeologist digs, (ad)dressing her abstract art in much the same way as Wheeler’s archaeologist approaches their science. With a generosity for past paradigms but motivated by the spirit of […]

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Yves Scherer | Family Time | Guido W. Baudach | 23.10.-18.12.2021

until 18.12. | #3222ARTatBerlin | Galerie Guido W. Baudach presents from 23rd October the solo exhibition Family Time by the artist Yves Scherer. It’s the fourth solo exhibition of the artist’s work with Galerie Guido W. Baudach. Galerie Guido W. Baudach is delighted to present its fourth solo exhibition of works by Swiss born and […]

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Nengi Omuku | Chorus | Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery Berlin | 30.10.-18.12.2021

until 18.12. | #3207ARTatBerlin | Kristin Hjellegjerde Berlin presents from 30th October 2021 (Opening: 29.10.) the exhibition by the artist Nengi Omuku. body of a reclining woman lies stretched out like an undulating landscape in front of a crowd of bodies partially submerged in sea-like substance. This mysterious, textural painting entitled Fiyin at Rest is […]

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Kristina Okan | Artist Weekend | Hazegallery | 29.10.-31.10.2021

until 31.10. | #3206ARTatBerlin | Hazegallery shows from 29th October 2021 the solo exhibition Artist Weekend by the artist Kristina Okan, curated by Iren Russo and Sasha Grigg. It is the third artist weekend in the gallery.  dedicates herself mostly to two mediums: watercolor and porcelain. Through them, she examines the beautiful fragility of the […]

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Nat Apanay | The Saga of the Unencumbered by Form | Hazegallery | 12.11.–27.11.2021

until 27.11. | #3205ARTatBerlin | Hazegallery presents from 12th November 2021 (Opening: 11.11.) the exhibition The Saga of the Unencumbered by Form by with works by the artist Nat Apanay, curated by Iren Russo and Sasha Grigg. In November, Berlin based gallery HAZE GALLERY with the informational support of the independent art & fashion magazine […]

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The Collection Solly 1821–2021 | From picture “chaos” to Gemäldegalerie | 21.10.2021-16.01.2022

The acquisition of the painting collection of the English merchant Edward Solly in 1821 gave Berlin a world-class public art collection. With masterpieces by Raphael, Hans Holbein the Younger and Rembrandt, the “Solly Collection” still forms the basis of the Berlin Gemäldegalerie. On the occasion of the 200th anniversary, the special exhibition spanning the entire […]

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