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ART CRU

Berlin Mitte

until 18.06. Robert Fischer painting–drawing, Repro O.T., Robert Fischer, 2016, Mischtechnik, 50x70, Photo: Geyso 20

Galerie ART CRU Berlin is showing paintings by Robert Fischer from Atelier Geyso20 in Braunschweig.
The artist begins his drawings with a graphic framework that makes one think of houses, floor plans or machines. They are memories of trips to amusement parks, museums or city explorations. Using ink, oil and pastel crayons, and felt-tip pens of varying thickness, Fischer covers the page with lines. Abbreviations recall letters and numbers.

until 19.06. Beate Höing, Justine Otto, Laura Eckert, Luzia Simons, Elvira Bach, Annette Besgen, Ulrike Bolenz, Sabine Dehnel, Simone Haack, Sandra Mann, Miriam Vlaming: Starke Frauen - Frauenpower painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography

Kuckei + Kuckei

Berlin Mitte

until 19.06. Lilly Lulay: Artifacts from the Age of Acceleration sculpture–installation  photography, Repro Early Digital Tech, Agents from The Age of Acceleration, Lilly Lulay, 2020, handmade embroideries of digital tools cotton threat, stramin fabric, C-Print, 40 x 30 cm

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until 19.06. Ernst Wilhelm Nay: Ernst Wilhelm Nay, Repro Gelb excentrisch, Ernst Wilhelm Nay, 1960, Öl auf Leinwand, 160 x 132, Photo: Ley Gryze

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until 19.06. Bikini Kommando, Carlfriedrich Claus, Gregor Torsten Kozik, Jan Kummer, Nina Kummer, Via Lewandowsky, Michael Morgner, Osmar Osten, Thomas Ranft, Steffen Vollmer: Bei uns. Bei Euch! Ein Kontinuum Chemnitz/Berlin - Zweiter Teil painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  happening–performance, Repro Urania, Jan Kummer, 2015, Eglomisierung, 90 x 140 cm

until 19.06. Bikini Kommando, Carlfriedrich Claus, Gregor Torsten Kozik, Jan Kummer, Nina Kummer, Via Lewandowsky, Michael Morgner, Osmar Osten, Thomas Ranft, Steffen Vollmer: Bei uns. Bei Euch! Ein Kontinuum Chemnitz/Berlin - Zweiter Teil painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  happening–performance, Repro Aushalten, Steffen Volmer Aushalten, 2020, 2020, Mischtechnik auf Bütten, 55,5 x 37 cm

until 19.06. Bikini Kommando, Carlfriedrich Claus, Gregor Torsten Kozik, Jan Kummer, Nina Kummer, Via Lewandowsky, Michael Morgner, Osmar Osten, Thomas Ranft, Steffen Vollmer: Bei uns. Bei Euch! Ein Kontinuum Chemnitz/Berlin - Zweiter Teil painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  happening–performance, Repro o.T. (Schreitender), Michael Morgner, 1982, Serigrafie , 97 x 53 cm

until 19.06. Bikini Kommando, Carlfriedrich Claus, Gregor Torsten Kozik, Jan Kummer, Nina Kummer, Via Lewandowsky, Michael Morgner, Osmar Osten, Thomas Ranft, Steffen Vollmer: Bei uns. Bei Euch! Ein Kontinuum Chemnitz/Berlin - Zweiter Teil painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  happening–performance, Repro Deutsche Vase, Osmar Osten, 2020 , glasierter Ton, Hammer, Höhe 41 cm, Photo: Foto: Neue Sächsische Galerie Chemnitz

until 19.06. Bikini Kommando, Carlfriedrich Claus, Gregor Torsten Kozik, Jan Kummer, Nina Kummer, Via Lewandowsky, Michael Morgner, Osmar Osten, Thomas Ranft, Steffen Vollmer: Bei uns. Bei Euch! Ein Kontinuum Chemnitz/Berlin - Zweiter Teil painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  happening–performance, Repro Annaberg-Buchholz: Denkgänge über unter Tage., Carlfriedrich Claus, 1984, Lithographie, 38 x 43,5 cm

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Bode Projects

City West

until 19.06. Joshua Hagler, Luis López-Chávez, Chris Watts: Witness or pretend. Decoding materiality in southern art painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  glass–light–textile art, Repro Sun behind the sky, Joshua Hagler, 2020, Mixed media on wood, 40 × 30cm

The presentation Joshua Hagler, Luis López-Chávez, and Chris Watts is addressing similar questions which derive from a place of investigation and analysis. By depicting the reference to personal, as well as collective narratives, Joshua Hagler, Luis López-Chávez, Chris Watts address a fragile present, derived by an absence or 'incompleteness' of the past through lost stories and fractured histories, in land and territories, in objects, in architecture; and in embodied abstraction.

gallery damdam

Checkpoint Charlie

until 19.06. Hyelim Cha: Celebes. Einzelausstellung von Hyelim Cha painting–drawing  sculpture–installation, Repro Celebes, Hyelim Cha, Photo: Graphic designed by Dokho Shin

The Korean Cultural Center (gallery damdam) presents Hyelim Cha's solo exhibition "Celebes" from May 21 to June 19. For this exhibition, Cha has created new artworks that explore the relationships between community, society, and the individual, as well as Berlin's underworld and the role of history and artists. 

until 19.06. 7/51 last call

until 20.06. Ev Pommer: Resono. Objekte und Zeichnungen sculpture–installation, Repro Fluss, Ev Pommer, 2016, Holz, 204x165x160cm

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until 20.06. Andreas Göx, Hannes Wanderer: Time Out. Leere Läden Berlin : revisited photography, Repro Wilmersdorf, Hannes Wanderer, Andreas Göx, 2003, Fotografie, Photo: Hannes Wanderer, Andreas Göx

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KANG CONTEMPORARY

Checkpoint Charlie

until 25.06. Claudia Chaseling: muddy waters painting–drawing  sculpture–installation, Repro muddy waters, Claudia Chaselin, 2021, aluminium, pigments, MDM binder, oil on canvas, 250 x 540 cm , Photo: Florian Paninski

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until 26.06. Simone Haack: Archipel painting–drawing, Repro Liebesperlen, Simone Haack, 2021, Öl auf Baumwolle, 120 x 140 cm

"I paint fictional, suggestive portraits. I have always had the vision of a pictorial language that works with the means of realism, but nevertheless does not depict reality, but forms a kind of parallel track to it," Simone Haack described her pictorial concept in an interview. Paradoxes, metamorphoses and transformations can be found in her works – and costuming, masking, veiling, or playing into the absurd are also recurring elements in her paintings.

Galerie Sievi

Berlin City

until 26.06. Gudrun Sailer, Ulrich Kellermann: Verschwimmen. Malerei und Plastik, Repro Familie, Gudrun Sailer, Ulrich Kellermann, 2020, Terracotta

Since the foundation of Gallery Sievi in 1989, we have exhibited contemporary art from figurative abstraction to abstract paintings, drawings, graphics and sculptures.The gallery's artists are both national and international.
Art fair Karlsruhe, Germany:  2012,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20

Positions Art Berlin:2017, 2020

until 26.06. Vera Schwelgin, Wolfgang Reinke, Emerita Pansowová: Mit leiser Kraft painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Paar, Vera Schwelgin , 2017/2020, Mischtechnik, Photo: Salongalerie "Die Möwe"

The exhibition "With quiet strength" presents artworks by Vera Schwelgin, Wolfgang Reinke and Emerita Pansowová, whose pictures and sculptures have a quiet yet haunting force. The masterful woodcuts by Vera Schwelgin correspond with the calm and sensitive sculptures by Emerita Pansowová. The chalk drawings by Wolfang Reinke cast a spell over the viewer with their quiet intensity.

until 26.06. Madeleine Dietz, Nadine Fecht, K.O. Götz, Bernard Piffaretti, Thomas Scheibitz: All I think about is you. In Kooperation mit Kunstsaele Berlin kuratiert von Michael Müller

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Galerie Georg Nothelfer

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 26.06. Michael Buthe, André Butzer, Angela de la Cruz, Damien Daufresne, Paula Doepfner, Nadine Fecht, Friederike Feldmann, Gerhard Hoehme, Channa Horwitz, Travis Jeppesen, Tony Just, KAYA, Idris Khan, László Lakner, Britta Lumer, Armando Mesías, Henri Michaux, Jenny Michel, Robert Motherwell, Michael Müller, Bernard Piffaretti, Karin Sander, Thomas Scheibitz, Emil Schumacher, Richard Serra, Walter Stöhrer, Fred Thieler u.a.: All I think about is you. Ein Projekt in Kooperation mit Kunstsaele Berlin painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  glass–light–textile art

"All I think about is you" bridges the gap between classical artists such as Gerhard Hoehme, Henri Michaux and Emil Schumacher and contemporary artists such as Kerstin Brätsch, Friederike Feldmann and Thomas Scheibitz. Conversations arise between the works: Intimate "1 to 1" encounters and group discussions are to be expected, in search of what connects and what divides. A project in cooperation with KUNSTSAELE Berlin curated by Michael Müller.

until 26.06. Sylvan Lionni: double vision painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Sylvan Lionni

until 26.06. Rolf Behm, Boris Kahnert: In the Spirit of Dante II painting–drawing  photography, Repro IsoD 2, Rolf Behm, 2021, Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 57 x 46 cm, Photo: Rolf Behm

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Galerie Mutare

City West

until 26.06. Ruthi Helbitz Cohen: in Platons Höhle painting–drawing  graphic–paper works, Repro Infected Mushroom, Ruthi Helbitz Cohen, 2018, mixed media on parchment paper cutouts and builders’ tape on canvas, 250 / 250 cm

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until 26.06. Menno Fahl: Skulpturen, Repro Figur mit Kreuz, Kleine Bogenfigur, Menno Fahl, 2019, Bronze von Hand bemalt, H=62cm

until 27.06. Björn Vogel: Metamorphose, Repro o.T., Björn Vogel, 2021, Acryl auf Leinwand

Verein Berliner Künstler (VBK)

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 27.06. Jürgen Kellig, Joan Lazeanu, Petra Tödter, Burchard Vossmann: Similarities / Differences painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation

until 30.06. Ahmed Kamel: Paradise - Spiral painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  audio–video art, Repro The Book, Ahmed Kamel, 2014, video (loop)

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KLEINERVONWIESE

Berlin Mitte

until 30.06. Franek: Ist hier ein Nashorn im Raum? painting–drawing, Repro “corona diary – Nutella”, Franek, 2020, Malerei / Bricolage auf Leinwand, 30 x 24 cm

Migrant Bird Space

Berlin Mitte

until 30.06. Yang Luo, Zhipeng Ling (a.k.a. No.223), Alexandra Lesee: Photography Youth photography

until 02.07. Kenneth Blom: Figur & Space

Zitadelle Spandau

Berlin City

until 03.07. Homestory Deutschland. Schwarze Biografien in Geschichte und Gegenwart Miscellaneous, Repro Ausstellungsplakat HOMESTORY DEUTSCHLAND Schwarze Biografien in Geschichte und Gegenwart © ISD-Bund e.V.

The existence and contributions of people of African origin are still insufficiently recognized in Germany, both in historiography and in public discourse. And if they are, they are often spoken about by others instead of letting them have their word. Homestory Germany breaks with this: 27 biographies tell of racism and exclusion in Germany, but also of the diversity and work of black people – in the course of our common history and in all areas of our society.

Zitadelle Spandau

Berlin City

until 03.07. Flucht nach Vorn / Migration im Fokus Miscellaneous, Repro Plakat Flucht nach vorn / Migration im Fokus,© Stadtgeschichtliches Museum Spandau Gestaltung: Sven Lindhorst-Emme

Which people flee for which reasons?What responsibility does Europe have when it comes to the causes of flight or the reception of migrants? “Migration in focus” is an analysis of these correlations and explains our immigration society as a continuous process. “Escape forwards” ties in with this on the individual level: The exhibition portrays different people with migration experiences in regards to their wishes, their achievements and their struggle for recognition in Germany.

Sprüth Magers

Berlin Mitte

until 03.07. Robert Elfgen: Higgs-Boson painting–drawing, Repro Pion, Robert Elfgen, 2021, Photo: Ingo Kniest

Galerie Kremers

Berlin City

until 03.07. Erik Nieminen: Metamorphosis I. Possible Worlds painting–drawing, Repro Primates, Erik Nieminen, 2016, Oil on Linen, 160 x 130 cm, Photo: Eric Nieminen

until 03.07. Erik Nieminen: Metamorphosis I. Possible Worlds painting–drawing, Repro Janus, Erik Nieminen, 2014, oil on linen, 160 x 180 cm

Paradises exist. There are artificially created places, for example zoos or gardens, which remind Homo Sapiens of where he actually came from. Canadian artist´s Erik Nieminen's painting practice is an exploration of possible space. It shows us the manifold worlds open to us when we withdraw from the gravity of the real (everyday) world. 

until 03.07. Fiona Ackerman: Metamorphosis II. The Cosmic Tiger painting–drawing  audio–video art, Repro Under Garden, Fiona Ackerman, 2019, Acrylic on Canvas, 163 x 102 cm, Photo: Fiona Ackerman

In her third solo exhibition at GALERIE KREMERS, Fiona Ackerman presents a series of images made during the COVID-19 lockdown exploring Metamorphosis. A series of new paintings explore three thematic areas: the works of Sibylla Maria Merian treating the metamorphosis of butterflies; Schrödinger's Cat, a 1935 thought experiment by Erwin Schrödinger; and the overnight transformation of an office worker into a bug in Franz Kafka's 1915 novella The Metamorphosis

until 03.07. Birgitt Bolsmann, Almut Heise, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Rissa painting–drawing  graphic–paper works, Repro Modell II (Skulptur III), Birgitt Bolsmann, 1978, Bleistiftzeichnung, Photo: anna.k.o.

Our exhibition brings together four women artists who explore representationalism and figuration in painting. We start of with portraits by Paula Modersohn-Becker (1876-1907) showing how she proceeds from realism to two-dimensional abstraction with proto-cubist features. With Birgitt Bolsmann (1944-2000), Almut Heise (*1944) and Rissa (*1938) we present three women painters who in the 1960s consciously decided against abstraction and took different paths in representational painting.

FELDBUSCH WIESNER RUDOLPH

Checkpoint Charlie

until 03.07. Klaus-Martin Treder, Nicola Staeglich, Paul Pretzer: 3 Räume 3 Künstler, Repro Colour Garden - Overlayed 71, Klaus-Martin Treder, 2021, Acryl und Deckel auf Leinwand, 120 x 120 cm, Photo: Courtesy der Künstler und FWR Berlin

until 03.07. Steffen Diemer: Haruka ushiro – Weit dahinter photography

subject object - by VulinHinchrichs

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 03.07. Süheyla Asci, Misko Pavlovic, Lada Vlainic, Kazumi Yabuuchi, Sarah Wohler: Von Nähe und Distanz - eine mehrdimensionale Erfahrung. Part I painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Aus der Serie "Grey Lanscapes", Misko Pavlovic, 2020, Öl auf Leinwand, 40x30 cm, Photo: Ljiljana Vulin-Hinrichs

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Kunstbibliothek / Kulturforum

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 04.07. Giovanni Battista Piranesi: Das Piranesi-Prinzip painting–drawing, Repro Veduta di Roma – Der Petersdom mit den Kolonnaden und dem Petersplatz, Detail, Giovanni Battista Piranesi © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Kunstbibliothek, um 1750, Radierung , Photo: Knud Petersen

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Haus am Lützowplatz (HaL)

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 04.07. Banz & Bowinkel, Evelyn Bencicova, Lauren Moffatt, Armin Keplinger, Patricia Detmering: Resonanz der Realitäten. VR Kunstpreis der DKB in Kooperation mit CAA Berlin audio–video art  Miscellaneous, Repro Poly Mesh, Banz & Bowinkel, 2020

The exhibition presents the works of the VR KUNSTPREIS scholarship holders, who create sculptures and paintings far removed from the laws of physics. The works reflect social dynamics and social changes caused by new technologies. VR art expert and artistic director Tina Sauerländer embeds the VR artworks in site-specific installations: virtual reality enters into dialogue with physical space.

Haus am Lützowplatz (HaL)

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 04.07. Nadine Baldow, Hendrik Czakainski, Kai Löffelbein, Jazoo Yang, Shingo Yoshida: Earth, t.b.a. kuratiert von Vanessa Souli sculpture–installation  photography, Repro Detail, Nadine Baldow

The project presents a series of scenarios of future life on Earth that oscillate between imagination and documentation. The selected works, which are mainly site-specific installations, are imaginary investigations of post-apocalyptic rural and urban landscapes as a result of human influence on nature and architecture. Specifically, the exhibition aims to generate a conversation around the global issues.

Kunstbibliothek / Kulturforum

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

18.06. – 04.07. 100 beste Plakate 20. Deutschland Österreich Schweiz graphic–paper works

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Semjon Contemporary

Berlin Mitte

until 10.07. Ursula Sax: aus und auf Papier painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Miscellaneous, Repro O.T., Ursula Sax, 2019, Packpapier, Binderfarbe, 2 x ca. 5 x 4 m, Photo: Frank Zimmer

This exhibition informs with work examples about the more than 70 years of artistic works by Ursula Sax (born 1936). The important German sculptress has worked with all materials. Paper as a sculptural material has become important for her in the 1980ies, 1990ies and since. As with all sculptors paper has been accompanying the artist in her artistic practice since 1949. A book of 520 pages with the same title will be be presented during her exhibition.

mianki.Gallery

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 10.07. Edith Held, Katharina Schnitzler: Look at the birds. Zwei Kunstgattungen im Dialog. painting–drawing  photography, Repro Look at the birds, Katharina Schnitzler, 2013, Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 85 x 85 cm, Photo: Katharina Schnitzler

until 10.07. Edith Held, Katharina Schnitzler: Look at the birds. Zwei Kunstgattungen im Dialog. painting–drawing  photography, Repro Tamara, Edith Held, 2019, Hahnemühle Rag, Alu Dibond, Museumsglas, Edition 5 + 2AP, 100 x 100 cm, Photo: Edith Held

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until 10.07. Andrea Neumann: Malerei painting–drawing

Andrea Neumann's paintings demonstrate the potential the artist has unleashed in the medium of painting, which is often said to be dead. Each of her paintings is the result of a process in which randomly created elements are balanced by controlled ones.

DOROTHÉE NILSSON GALLERY

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 10.07. Yvon Chabrowski: Situated Knowledge, Repro Still from the appropriate body Video sculpture performance by Sunayana Shetty , Yvon Chabrowski, 2021, Photo: ©Yvon Chabrowski & VG Bildkunst 2021

until 10.07. Nina Laaf: toucher doux

GALERIE TAMMEN

Checkpoint Charlie

until 11.07. Persis Eisenbeis: Persis Eisenbeis painting–drawing

until 11.07. Dante Buu, Maria Dalberg, Rhys Himsworth, Daniel Lie, Santiago Mostyn: Einzelausstellungen

Galerie ROOT

City West

until 16.07. Ute Wöllmann: Gedichtete Sprache - Verdichtete Malerei

until 17.07. Robert Bosisio, Peter Demetz, Domenico Grenci, Bruno Walpoth: arte figurativa. vier aktuelle Positionen painting–drawing  sculpture–installation, Repro Ruth, Bruno Walpoth, 2020, Esche, 68 x 16 x 15 cm

until 17.07. Robert Bosisio, Peter Demetz, Domenico Grenci, Bruno Walpoth: arte figurativa. vier aktuelle Positionen painting–drawing  sculpture–installation, Repro Time to be Free, Bruno Walpoth, 2020, Nußbaumholz, 69 x 37 x 28 cm

The exhibition with four artists (two painters and two sculptors) gives an insight into the extremely lively artistic practice in the field of figurative art in South Tyrol and Upper Italy.

until 17.07. Edite Grinberga: Abend in Börgerende

until 17.07. Anni Albers, Bärbel Dornier, Carla Guagliardi, Birgit Hölmer, Rebecca Michaelis, Maria Muñoz, Fiene Scharp, Amalia Valdés: konkret abstrakt painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  glass–light–textile art, Repro Partitura III, Carla Guagliardi, 2013/2018 , Wood, Foam balls, metal hinges, approx. 180 cm x 72 x 22 cm

22.06. – 17.07. Elvira Bach, Ingrid Honneth, and friends: Happy Birthday Elvira Bach painting–drawing  graphic–paper works

23.06. – 23.07. Bikini Kommando, Carlfriedrich Claus, Wilhelm Frederking, Jan Gard, Jan Kummer, Katja Lang, Sophie B. Møller, Michael Morgner, Osmar Osten, Thomas Ranft, Sven Drühl, Jan Muche, Andreas Mühe, Konrad Mühe, Manfred Peckl, Tanja Rochelmeyer, Luzia Simons: Bei uns. Bei Euch! Ein Kontinuum Chemnitz/Berlin. - Second Step.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  happening–performance

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BORCH Gallery

City West

until 24.07. Julie Mehretu: Slouching Towards Bethlehem graphic–paper works, Repro Second Seal (R 6:3), Julie Mehretu, 2020, Photogravure, aquatint, open bite, sugar lift aquatint, 170 x 208 cm, Photo: © Julie Mehretu, courtesy BORCH Gallery & Editions Copenhagen / Berlin

In the chromatic large-scale prints of Julie Mehretu’s Slouching Towards Bethlehem at BORCH Gallery, the artist combines photogravure with classic intaglio printing techniques. The base layers are distorted news images from anti-immigration protests, blurred extensively to allow the subliminal forms, color, and light from the photos to merge with the complex compositions of agitated gestures and erasures which Mehretu executed in a variety of printing techniques.

until 30.07. Francisco Rozas: If you lived here, you'd be disappointed painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro 2 sculptures by Francisco Rozas at Galerie Gilla Loercher 2021. , Francisco Rozas, 2021, Paper, wood (right side) / Paper (left side), 200 x 34 x 34 cm (right) / 192 x 26 x 26 cm (left), Photo: CHROMA, courtesy Galerie Gilla Loercher

until 30.07. Francisco Rozas: If you lived here, you'd be disappointed painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Folds, Francisco Rozas, 2020, Polystyrol Hartschaum, 185 60 x8, Photo: CHROMA, courtesy Galerie Gilla Lörcher

Since 2013 Francisco Rozas (born 1980) is concentrating on the construction of big, fragile, geometric objects, that oscillate between flatness and three-dimensionality. "If you lived here, you'd be disappointed" is the Chilean artist's forth solo show at Galerie Gilla Loercher. Rozas presents his recent work and objects.
3D online viewing tour at: 
https://www.artland.com/exhibitions/if-you-lived-here-youd-be-disappointed

Kunstbibliothek / Kulturforum

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 31.07. Claudia Skoda: Dressed to Thrill photography  glass–light–textile art  audio–video art, Repro Ohne Titel (Claudia Skoda, Tabea Blumenschein & Jenny Capitain), Ulrike Ottinger, ca. 1977/78, Silbergelatine-Vintageprint, Photo: © Ulrike Ottinger

until 31.07. Roberto Cordone, Djeric-Hunold, Nadège Mouyssinat, Robert Pan: Genesis painting–drawing  sculpture–installation, Repro CV 7089 PL, Robert Pan, 2019-2020, Resin, Acrilyc, Mixed Media, 126 x 110 cm

Robert Morat Galerie

Berlin Mitte

until 31.07. Andrea Grützner: Erbgericht – Neue Räume photography, Repro Erbgericht, Untitled 22, Andrea Grützner, 2020, Archival Pigment Print, 100 x 150 cm

For over a hundred years “Erbgericht” is a county inn in rural Saxony, in a village called Polenz. Andrea Grützner, born 1984 in Pirna, grew up nearby and tells of a big old house, “a collage of material built over generations!”. The images, taken in one analog shot and without any digital alteration of the picture, are studies of rooms and objects. Through the use of color flash and the creation of strong shadow lines, these interiors look alienated and transformed.

until 31.07. Lothar Hempel: AArtist in Residence - Represented by Mehdi Chouakri

until 31.07. Michael Behn, Eva Bernhard, Henning Brandis, Edel Exel, Nataly Hocke, Katharina Kohl, Jürgen Liefmann, Christian Schiebe, Sara Sizer, Alex Spremberg, Nanaé Suzuki: Intuition. Hommage à Beuys, Repro Intuitionsbox, WVZ Schellmann 7, Joseph Beuys, Holzkiste mit Bleistiftzeichnung, 30 x 21 x 6 cm, Photo: Galerie Stella A

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Galerie Poll

Berlin Mitte

until 31.07. Maina-Miriam Munsky (1943-1999): Gravidität. Malerei und Zeichnung der 1960er Jahre painting–drawing, Repro Gravidität, Maina-Miriam Munsky, 1967, Acryl auf Nessel, zwei Leinwände, insgesamt 105 x 180 cm

until 31.07. Maina-Miriam Munsky (1943-1999): Gravidität. Malerei und Zeichnung der 1960er Jahre painting–drawing, Repro Geburt II, Maina-Miriam Munsky (1943-1999), 1967, Acryl auf Nessel, 136 x 120 cm

until 31.07. Maina-Miriam Munsky (1943-1999): Gravidität. Malerei und Zeichnung der 1960er Jahre painting–drawing, Repro o.T. VIII, Maina-Miriam Munsky, 1968, Blei- und Farbstift auf Papier, 62,2 x 49,4 cm

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Galerie Christine Knauber

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 31.07. Elke Pollack: Streifzüge. Arbeiten auf Papier von Elke Pollack painting–drawing  graphic–paper works, Repro Zu zweit bei Nacht unterwegs, Elke Pollack, 2021, Öl, Collage, Monotypie und Stifte auf papier, 50 x 57 cm, Photo: Elke Pollack

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Bode Projects

City West

26.06. – 31.07. Riley Holloway, Sedrick Huckaby Look: Listen and Respond

30.06. – 31.07. Sasa Makarova: Wir lieben uns alle painting–drawing, Repro Lass Dich Nicht Täuschen, Sasa Makarova, 2020, Öl auf Leinwand , 100 x 60 cm

The Slovak artist Saśa Makarová, who lives in Vienna, shows in expressive works her examination of her Slovak origins and the image of women conveyed in the tradition of lores and fairy tales.

Haus am Lützowplatz (HaL)

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

17.06. – 01.08. Filip Markiewicz: Ultrasocial Pop

until 02.08. Provenienzen. Kunstwerke wandern painting–drawing  graphic–paper works, Repro Selbstbildnis, Max Liebermann, 1912, Photo: Kai-Annett Becker

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until 02.08. Schau mich an!. Frauenporträts der 1920er Jahre photography, Repro Ohne Titel, Cami Stone, 1920-1930, Photo: Rechtsnachfolger*in unbekannt

The 24 works in “Look at Me! Women’s Portraits from the 1920s” reveal a diversity of practices in portrait photography in Berlin during the period: conventional and modernist portraits shot in commercial studios are on show alongside artistic and experimental photography and collage.

SANDAU & LEO GALERIE

Berlin Mitte

until 07.08. Ulrich Gleiter, Sylvia Hagen, Ulrike Hahn, Michael Jastram, Maria Mednikova, Harald Metzkes, Robert Metzkes, Ulrike Pisch, Denise Richardt, Reinhard Stangl: Es wächst!. 30-jähriges Jubiläum der Galeristin Doris Leo painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Blühender Garten, Maria Mednikova, 2012, Öl auf Leinwand , 130 x 90 cm

until 07.08. Ulrich Gleiter, Sylvia Hagen, Ulrike Hahn, Michael Jastram, Maria Mednikova, Harald Metzkes, Robert Metzkes, Ulrike Pisch, Denise Richardt, Reinhard Stangl: Es wächst!. 30-jähriges Jubiläum der Galeristin Doris Leo painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Terres rouges, Denise Richardt , 2021, Öl auf Leinwand, 50 x 40 cm

until 07.08. Ulrich Gleiter, Sylvia Hagen, Ulrike Hahn, Michael Jastram, Maria Mednikova, Harald Metzkes, Robert Metzkes, Ulrike Pisch, Denise Richardt, Reinhard Stangl: Es wächst!. 30-jähriges Jubiläum der Galeristin Doris Leo painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Havel, Ulrike Pisch, 2020, Öl auf Leinwand, 60 x 80 cm

until 07.08. Ulrich Gleiter, Sylvia Hagen, Ulrike Hahn, Michael Jastram, Maria Mednikova, Harald Metzkes, Robert Metzkes, Ulrike Pisch, Denise Richardt, Reinhard Stangl: Es wächst!. 30-jähriges Jubiläum der Galeristin Doris Leo painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Blühender Baum, Ulrich Gleiter, 2019, Öl auf Leinwand , 70 x 80 cm

until 07.08. Ulrich Gleiter, Sylvia Hagen, Ulrike Hahn, Michael Jastram, Maria Mednikova, Harald Metzkes, Robert Metzkes, Ulrike Pisch, Denise Richardt, Reinhard Stangl: Es wächst!. 30-jähriges Jubiläum der Galeristin Doris Leo painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Zwei Teekannen vor Sommerflieder , Harald Metzkes , 2020, Öl auf Leinwand , 60 x 80 cm

Galerie Dittmar

Berlin Mitte

18.06. – 07.08. Nora Schattauer: Mit Katalog

21.06. – 07.08. Julia Sossinka, Dodi Reifenberg: Upcycling graphic–paper works  glass–light–textile art  urban art  Miscellaneous, Repro plastic bags wave , Dodi Reifenberg , 2014, collage, plastic bags , 152 x 271

until 08.08. Uli Fischer: Zeit Zeichen painting–drawing, Repro The Morning after I, Uli Fischer, 2015, Collage, historische Baumwolle, japanische Weltkriegsflagge auf Baumwolle, Photo: Uli Fischer

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until 08.08. Pablo Picasso & Les Femmes d’Alger painting–drawing, Repro Die Frauen von Algier (Version L), Detail, Pablo Picasso © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie / Jens Ziehe / Succession Picasso / VG Bild-Kunst, 1955, Öl auf Leinwand

Haus am Kleistpark

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 08.08. Dark Whispers. Fotografien von Beatrice Minda photography, Repro Dauntgyi, Beatrice Minda, , 2016

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GALERIE HELLE COPPI

Berlin Mitte

17.06. – 12.08. Isabelle Dutoit, Hans Scheib: Blaue Feder- Graue Spur painting–drawing  sculpture–installation, Repro Krähe, Isabelle Dutoit, 2020, Öl auf Leinwand, 30 x 24 cm

until 14.08. Reinhard Metz, Walter Karberg: Zum 80. Geburtstag: Ich überhole mich selbst. Neue Arbeiten auf Leinwand und Papier painting–drawing  graphic–paper works, Repro Blauer Elefant, Reinhard Metz, 2019, Acryl auf Leinwand, 120x100 cm, Photo: Rainer Bär

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until 14.08. Heike Ruschmeyer: Attentate painting–drawing  graphic–paper works, Repro Scharz auf Weiß - Köln 5. September 1977, Heike Ruschmeyer, 2017, Kohle, Kreide, Kunstharz, Ölfarbe auf Spanplatte, 40 x 51,5 cm, Photo: Heike Ruschmeyer

The painter Heike Ruschmeyer has been dealing with images of people who have died violently since the 1970s. In her recent series "Black on White" she devotes herself to the subject of politically motivated attacks and assassinations. Based on press photos of the crime scenes, however, she mostly omits the victims here, leaving only the shot-up limousines or charred houses, the traces of violence, to speak for themselves. The painterly transformation gives universal validity to the images.

24.06. – 14.08. Elvira Bach, Holger Bär, Rainer Fetting, Jörn Grothkopp, Xenia Hausner, Jay Mark Jay Mark, Tony Conway, Deborah Sengl, Patricia Waller, Stefan Roloff: Summer Setting. Künstler der Galerie painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography, Photo: Martin Oskar Kramer

Gropius Bau

Checkpoint Charlie

until 15.08. Yayoi Kusama: A Bouquet of Love I Saw in the Universe painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  photography, Repro Infinity Mirror Room – Phalli’s Field, Yayoi Kusama, 1965

Yayoi Kusama is one of the world’s most important contemporary artists. In March 2021, the Gropius Bau will devote the first comprehensive retrospective in Germany to Kusama’s work. Presented across almost 3000 m², the exhibition will offer an overview of the key periods in her oeuvre, which spans more than 70 years, and feature a number of current works as well as a newly realised Infinity Mirror Room.

Gropius Bau

Checkpoint Charlie

until 15.08. Hella Jongerius: Kosmos weben graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Woven Cosmos – Woven Window, Hella Jongerius, 2020, Photo: Magdalena Lepka

At the heart of Hella Jongerius’s artistic practice is the connection between industry and craft as well as traditional knowledge and technology. In spring 2021, the Gropius Bau will present a solo exhibition devoted to the artist and designer that will continue to develop over the course of time.

Haus am Kleistpark

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 15.08. David Edward Allen, Martin Bothe, Yvon Chabrowski, Paula Doepfner, Thilo Droste, Daniela Friebel, Kati Gausmann, Uwe Henneken, Kenji Ouellet, Jens Pecho, Lisa Peters, Christian Pilz, Lisa Premke und Marike Schuurman: Deceleration. Ausstellung zum Kunstpreis des Haus am Kleistpark 2021 painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art, Repro Daniela Friebel, o.T. (Baum), aus der Arbeit TIME AND AGAIN,, Daniela Friebel, 2020, Pigment-druck auf Wallpaper, 80 x 120 cm,, Photo: Daniela Friebel

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Conrads

Berlin Mitte

18.06. – 15.08. Mounir Fatmi: Heavier Than Words sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art, Repro Coma Manifesto 03, Mounir Fatmi, 2017, Steel variable , 170 x 90 x 0,5 cm, Photo: ©the artists and CONRADS

Fascinated by the abstraction of minimalism and the possibilities of conceptual art, Fatmi questions these concepts against the background of his own culture.In the confrontation of Western understanding of the image with fragments from the traditional Islamic tradition hecreates his own aesthetic, which can be understood as a metaphor for the dynamics of globalized social processes and the resulting conflicts.

until 16.08. Marc Bauer: The Blow-Up Regime. GASAG Kunstpreis 2020 painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  audio–video art, Repro The Fall, Marc Bauer, 2020, Zeichnung, Farbstift und Bleistift auf Papier, 42 cm x 30 cm, Photo: Marc Bauer

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until 16.08. Anything Goes?. Berliner Architekturen der 1980er Jahre painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  photography, Repro Friedrichstadtpalast, kurz nach seiner Eröffnung im Jahr 1984, Manfred Prasser, Dieter Bankert, Walter Schwarz, Fotografie, Photo: Unbekannte*r Fotograf*in, Digitalisierung: Anja Elisabeth Witte

Berlin boasts a unique concentration of noteworthy buildings from the 1980s, and more than 30 years later they deserve a review. The colourful diversity of this architectural vocabulary challenged previous ideas of living in the modern world.

Out into the City! Audiowalks for the exhibition: https://berlinischegalerie.de/en/digital/anything-goes/

Galerie Z22

City West

until 20.08. Carolina Amaya, Danielle Benvenuto: All the Beautiful Beings painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  happening–performance, Repro Natives of Happiness, Carolina Amaya, 2021, Objects: Stoffe, Leindwand, Ton, Neon, 120 X 80, Photo: C.Amaya

until 20.08. Carolina Amaya, Danielle Benvenuto: All the Beautiful Beings painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  happening–performance, Repro o.T. (the body seeks), Danielle Benvenuto, 2021, Mixedmedia, 60x90, Photo: Danielle Benvenuto

In “All the Beautiful Beings” Carolina Amaya and Danielle Benvenuto join forces to celebrate life. Using various mediums such as painting, photography, sculpture and installations, they explore the nature of being and how we make contact with our life force through the felt experience: the sensual, the erotic and the mundane. It is a tribute to all the beautiful beings on this planet and to our bodies which allow us to navigate and move deeper into our lives.

Galerie Kuchling

Berlin City

25.06. – 20.08. Hartmut Stockter: Landschaftszirkus kommt in die Stadt, Repro Wiesentretmühle, Hartmut Stockter, 2020, Photo: Zuhal Kucan

Zilberman

City West

until 21.08. Heba Y. Amin, Alpin Arda Bağcık, Isaac Wai Chong, Pedro Gómez-Egaña, Zeynep Kayan, Sandra del Pilar, Simon Wachsmuth: Recurrence 2. kuratiert von Lotte Laub painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  audio–video art, Repro Question #2: When Are We Wrong? // Question #2: When Are We Right?, Isaac Chong Wai, 2021, Acryl auf Leinwand, je 160 x 120 cm, Photo: Chroma

Recurrence 2 looks at changes in how history is viewed as well as ruptures and transitions. It is about ambiguity rather than binarity, while our tendency is always to simplify reality, so that we can get a grip on it, but at the same time this is exactly the starting point for conflicts and polarisations of the kind that are again heating up the world’s political climate.

20.06. – 22.08. Ion Grigorescu, Iosif Kiraly, Decebal Scriba, Nicu Ilfoveanu, Patricia Morosan, Ioana Cirlig, Dani Gherca: Crossing the same Circumstances graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography

The exhibition Crossing the Same Circumstances brings together eight Romanian contemporary artists whose complementary or overlapping approaches offer a glimpse into the becoming of photographic art, such as it is practiced in Romania from the ’70s and up to the present day.

PalaisPopulaire

Berlin City

until 23.08. Marc Brandenburg: Hirnsturm II painting–drawing, Repro Untitled, Marc Brandenburg, 2020, Zeichnung

Marc Brandenburg’s pencil drawings, reversed into negatives, capture everyday, ephemeral motifs, including costumed demonstrators, a bank in Berlin's Tiergarten, garbage, graffiti, advertising, sleeping places of homeless people. The artist, who was born in 1965, strolls through cities such as Berlin, London, and Barcelona, photographing his impressions and then drawing them “like a human photocopier.”

Sprüth Magers

Berlin Mitte

until 25.08. George Condo: Linear Expression painting–drawing, Repro Linear Portrait Composition, George Condo, 2021, Photo: Adam Reich

Sprüth Magers

Berlin Mitte

until 25.08. Gilbert & George: The Paradisical Pictures Miscellaneous, Repro ON THE BENCH, Gilbert & George, 2019

until 28.08. Rocco Hettwer: Szenario. Gemälde und Zeichnungen painting–drawing, Repro Lilli im blauen Kleid, Rocco Hettwer, 2020, Öl auf Leinwand, 120 x 80 cm, Photo: Sebastian Schobbert/Berlin

until 29.08. Sonja Alhäuser: Eating the Universe sculpture–installation, Repro Frammento I & II Villa Massimo, Rom, Sonja Alhäuser, 2019, Ziehfett, Styrodur, beleuchtete Kühlvitrine/grease, styrodur, illuminated display refrigerator, 201 × 93 × 71 cm , Photo: Isa Steinhäuser

Gropius Bau

Checkpoint Charlie

until 29.08. Takeover. Plastik hört auf Pilz sculpture–installation  Miscellaneous

Seeing and understanding the world through children’s eyes – the exhibition Takeover explores this desire. It’s a collaboration between the Gropius Bau and the Stiftung Brandenburger Tor, the Cultural Foundation of Berliner Sparkasse.

Galerie Pankow

Berlin City

22.06. – 29.08. Kurt Buchwald, Andrej Glusgold, Matthias Leupold, Katharina Mayer: Engelberg. Inszenierte Fotografie von Kurt Buchwald, Andrej Glusgold, Matthias Leupold, Katharina Mayer photography

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until 31.08. Jakob Mattner: Jakob Mattner. Second Planet graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Second Planet, Jakob Mattner, 2021, Installation, Licht und Schatten auf Rückprojektionsfolie, 448 x 1040 cm, Photo: Wolfgang Ganter

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Haus am Waldsee

Berlin City

20.06. – 05.09. Christiane Löhr: Ordnung der Wildnis sculpture–installation, Repro Drei kleine Kuppeln, Christiane Löhr, 2007, Pflanzenstängel, 14 x 13 x 14 cm / 9 x 8 x 8 cm / 5,5, x 8 x 7 cm, Photo: Shouma Kosai

Unprecedented in contemporary sculpture, Christiane Löhr (*1965) uses exclusively renewable material for her sculptural works. Her delicate spatial sculptures of various forms are built from materials like horsehair, grasses, blossoms, or seed clusters. She is particularly interested in the transformation process of her unusual source materials into delicate and therefore all the more daring spatial events. 

ifa-Galerie Berlin

Berlin Mitte

24.06. – 05.09. For The Phoenix To Find Its Form In Us. On Restitution, Rehabilitation and Reparation. In Kooperation mit SAVVY Contemporary painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  audio–video art  Miscellaneous

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Galerie TZB

Checkpoint Charlie

18.06. – 11.09. Forever Young. Czech Functionalist Design 1919 — 1939 Miscellaneous

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Gropius Bau

Checkpoint Charlie

21.06. – 12.09. Zheng Bo: Wanwu Council 萬物社 audio–video art  urban art  Miscellaneous, Repro What Do the Trees Want?, Zheng Bo, 2020, Photo: Laura Fiorio

As In House: Artist in Residence 2020, the artist and theoretician Zheng Bo embarked on the question of how plants practice politics. In 2021, his exhibition "Wanwu Council 萬物社" will expand upon themes that Zheng Bo worked on during his one-year residency at the Gropius Bau.

30.06. – 12.09. Lyonel Feininger, Heinrich Zille: Lyonel Feininger (1871-1956) in Berlin mit einem Exkurs zu Heinrich Zille (1858-1929). in Kooperation mit Moeller Fine Art Projects | The Lyonel Feininger Project painting–drawing  graphic–paper works

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until 18.09. Kateřina Šedá: Unes-co Miscellaneous, Repro UNES-CO, Kateřina Šedá

Virtual tour

The exhibition presents the showroom of the international company UNES-CO which maps the impact of mass tourism on the historical centre of Český Krumlov. The company aims to fight the phenomenon faced by all UNESCO cities – that they are turning into mere props with normal life disappearing from them.

JARMUSCHEK + PARTNER

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

For the first time Jarmuschek + Partner presents works by the indonesian artist Faisal Habibi in a solo show in the gallery space.
further information: jarmuschek.de

until 19.09. Pauline Curnier Jardin: Fat to Ashes, Repro Peaux de Dame in the Hot Flashes Forest + Qu’un Sang Impur, Detail, 2019, Ausstellungsansicht Hamburger Bahnhof, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Photo: Courtesy the artist and Ellen de Brujine Projects © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie / Mathias Völzke

Zitadelle Spandau

Berlin City

until 19.09. Martin von Ostrowski: Koloniale Fragmente painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  happening–performance, Repro Koloniale Fragmente (Detail), Martin von Ostrowski, Photo: © VG-Bildkunst Bonn

The search for aesthetic appeal and intellectual stimulation characterizes Martin von Ostrowski’s passion for collecting. At flea markets and online auctions he not only finds curios, decorative items and kitsch, but also special historical finds. His studio resembles a cabinet of curiosities made of precious and banal things, of art, kitsch and above all – to speak with Susan Sontag – of the corresponding portion of camp, which is often one of the strategies of queer (self-) staging.

Zitadelle Spandau

Berlin City

until 19.09. Cihangir Gümüstürkmen, Astrid Klein, Ekin Su Koç, Käthe Kruse, Seraphina Lenz, Christian Perdix, Martin Sauerborn, Susanne Specht, Hans Szym, Dietrich Walther, u.a.: New Arrivals. Neuzugänge der Spandauer Kunstsammlung painting–drawing  photography  Miscellaneous, Repro Look what you made me do, © Christian Perdix, 2018 , Öl auf Leinwand, Photo: Claudia Sauerstein

One of the main focuses of the Spandau art collection is landscape painting from the beginning to the middle of the 20th century. In the past four years, works by Hans Zank / Willy Gericke and Hans Szym have been added through donations, bequests and acquisitions. In future, they will supplement the holdings for the new museum presentation in the Neukladow manor.

Zitadelle Spandau

Berlin City

until 19.09. Monika Brandmeier: Eine tropische Stimmung, nur um einiges kühler. sculpture–installation  glass–light–textile art  Miscellaneous, Repro Libelle, Monika Brandmeier © VG-Bildkunst, Bonn, 2020, Photo: Monika Brandmeier

The sculptor Monika Brandmeier (* 1959 in Kamen, NRW) works also with formal reduction and material opulence. For the ZAK she is developing an extensive exhibition with installation objects, sculptures, drawings and video works that were created between 1984 and today. In the comparison, grouping arrangement or concentration of selected works, two basic approaches of the artist become clear.

until 19.09. Von der Sprache aus. Joseph Beuys zum 100. Geburtstag, Repro Richtkräfte einer neuen Gesellschaft, Joseph Beuys, 1974–1977, erworben 1976 durch das Land Berlin, Photo: © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie/ Mathias Völzke, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020

until 20.09. Zuzanna Czebatul, Lucas Odahara, Marinella Senatore, Przemek Pyszczek, Daniel Lie, Liz Rosenfeld, Raul Walch: Park Platz sculpture–installation  glass–light–textile art  happening–performance  urban art, Photo: Foto: © Sandy Volz

The concept for “Park Platz” combines art with interactive events. A temporary pavilion by architects c/o now and new works by Berlin-based contemporary artists from many different countries will transform the museum car park into an urban forum.

until 25.09. Kathrin Linkersdorff: Fairies photography, Repro Fairies IV/2, Kathrin Linkersdorff, 2021, Archival Pigment Print, 150 x 150 cm , Photo: Kathrin Linkersdorff

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Daimler Contemporary

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 26.09. Anni Albers, Leonor Antunes, Ilit Azoulay, Lerato Shadi, Amit Berlowitz, u.a.: 31: Women (Exhibition Concept after Marcel Duchamp, 1943). Werke der Daimer Art Collection 1930-2020 painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  glass–light–textile art  audio–video art  Miscellaneous, Repro Gamalakhe I, Zanele Muholi, 2018, Silbergelatine-Druck, 49,5 x 38 cm, Photo: Zanele Muholi

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until 26.09. Neo Rauch: Der Beifang painting–drawing  graphic–paper works, Repro Das Xylophon, Neo Rauch, 2018, Öl auf Papier, 247 x 205 cm, Photo: Foto: Uwe Walter, ©Neo Rauch und VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020 Courtesy Galerie EIGEN+ART Leipzig/Berlin und Galerie David Zwirner, New York/London/Hong Kong/Paris

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until 10.10. Evelyn Hofer, Sheila Metzner, Joel Meyerowitz, Helmut Newton: America 1970s/80s photography

Jüdisches Museum Berlin

Checkpoint Charlie

until 10.10. Yael Bartana: Redemption Now painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art, Repro Stand­bild aus Malka Germania, Auftrags­arbeit für das Jüdische Museum Berlin, Yael Bartana, 2021

From 26 April 2021, the Jewish Museum Berlin will present Yael Bartana: Redemption Now. This large-scale solo exhibition of the contemporary artist investigates the power of imagination and art’s redemptive potential. For more than twenty years, Bartana has been inquiring into grand historical narratives that help to constitute national and other collective identities.

The show brings together more than fifty works, including video installations, photographs, and neon works.

Jüdisches Museum Berlin

Checkpoint Charlie

until 10.10. Talya Feldman: The violence we have witnessed carries a weight on our hearts. Dagesh-Kunstpreis 2021

Gropius Bau

Checkpoint Charlie

until 17.10. Everything Is Just for a While. 70 Jahre Festspielgeschichte neu betrachtet audio–video art  Miscellaneous

Approximately 1,000 hours of film footage from public and private archives have been viewed for this exhibition. From this, the sound and pictures have been restored on over 5 hours of film and edited into three video installations that present news, discourse and art spanning 70 years. The-3 channel video installation dedicated to artistic positions from all areas of the festival (260 minutes) moves chronologically through Berliner Festpsiele’s history and is presented twice daily.

Zitadelle Spandau

Berlin City

until 17.10. Michael Hischer: Im Gleichgewicht und in Bewegung. Kinetische Skulpturen auf den Wällen von Spandau sculpture–installation  Miscellaneous, Repro Kinetische Skulptur, WV, © Michael Hischer, 2017 , Aluminium, Edelstahl, silber eloxiert, 269 / 335 cm, Photo: Michael Hischer

Over the summer months, Michael Hischer's kinetic large-scale sculptures turn the citadel into an outdoor art space. 20 works from a multi-year cycle will be shown.

They are designed for the outside space, the wind moves them and allows them to be recognized as kinetic sculptures. The movement of its elements is left to chance due to the weather. In this way, time is inscribed in the sculptures and not only made tangible as four-dimensional objects.

until 24.10. Tilman Wendland, Susanne Lorenz: HaL-Hofskulptur #6. Rebound Rotation sculpture–installation

In the garden of the Haus am Lützowplatz, remodeled in the late 1980s, on a square field in the center of the courtyard lies a capsule composed of trampolines. The jumping sheets of the one-person sports equipment are directed inside, an arrangement in which no one can jump. Impact and rebound as endless rotation?
Simultaneous to the collaborative work HaL-Hofskulptur #6 at HaL, Lorenz and Wendland show their exhibition Rotation Rebound at the Haus der IG Metall.

until 31.10. Elín Jakobsdóttir: In The First Place painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  audio–video art, Repro Body Split Constellation, Elín Jakobsdóttir, 2020, oil on canvas, 200 x 180 cm, Photo: Courtesy Elín Jakobsdóttir

Elín Jakobsdóttir's solo exhibition, curated by Christine Nippe, is entitled "In the First Place" and goes back to the artist's biographical origins. The Icelandic-born artist's childhood home was buried in the ashes of a volcanic eruption. Themes concerning the power and beauty of nature are woven into the artworks. Elín Jakobsdóttir's ouevre is characterised by strong poetics and intensity with references to the unconscious.
 

until 07.11. Scratching the Surface. Werke aus der Sammlung der Nationalgalerie, der Friedrich Christian Flick Collection im Hamburger Bahnhof und Leihgaben, Repro Anthropocentrism Series: I am a Technocrat, Detail, Rhonda Roland Shearer, 1990, Photo: Friedrich Christian Flick Collection im Hamburger Bahnhof © Rhonda Roland Shearer / Seth Joel

TVD ART Galerie

City West

until 31.12. Anna Afanasjeva, Agate Apkalne, Anita Arbidane, Anna Baklane, Flera Birmane, Krista Dzudzilo, Svitlana Galdetska, Valentyna Protsak, Paulis Postazs, Vineta Priste-Karkla, Georgios Kitsos, Elena Tarasenko, Vija Zarina: In Wechselwirkung. Dynamik und Stille painting–drawing

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Zitadelle Spandau

Berlin City

until 09.01. Jein danke!. Spandau und die Gründung von Groß-Berlin 1920 Miscellaneous, Repro Einladungskarte "Jein danke" Stadtgeschichtliches Museum Spandau, Sven Lindhorst-Emme, 2020

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PalaisPopulaire

Berlin City

until 07.02. Ways of Seeing Abstraction. Works from the Deutsche Bank Collection painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  photography, Repro WP 412, Rana Begum, 2020, Zeichnung mit Pauspapier, 45 x 70 cm

Aspects of contemporary abstract art, coupled with historical reminiscences, are the focus of the third exhibition showcasing works from the Deutsche Bank Collection at the PalaisPopulaire. The selection includes some 180 works from 1959 to 2021. In keeping with the collection as a whole, the works on view are globally oriented, created by 51 artists from fourteen countries. 

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