Calendar

 

Galerie Kuchling

Berlin City

until 16.04. Semaan Khawam, Ying-Tung Tseng: Freedom º Love. Two City Exhibtion: Berlin - Tainan (Part #1) painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Birds of Beirut, 2020, Mixed Media, versch. Größen, Photo: Ana Silva

KANG CONTEMPORARY

Checkpoint Charlie

until 16.04. Chan Sook Choi: "qbit to adam I , adam" photography  audio–video art  urban art

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until 17.04. Eliškas Bartek: Farbrausch - Frenesia di Colore – Color frenzy painting–drawing, Repro 27 Dicembre, 2016, Aquarell auf Papier, 64x56cm

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CAMERA WORK

City West

until 17.04. Christian Tagliavini: Circesque photography, Repro La ragazza tatuata (Portrait), 2019, Archival Pigment Print, 85 x 68 cm, Photo: Christian Tagliavini

The exhibition presents the new series »Circesque« by Swiss-Italian artist Christian Tagliavini. The series features 23 portraits and is on view for the very first time worldwide.

Zilberman

City West

Manaf Halbouni’s solo exhibition Level 3 focuses on his long-term, cross-media project What If. What if the Industrial Revolution had taken place in the Ottoman Empire and the Arabic world instead of in Europe, and the former had overcome Europe in the first half of the 20th century? In What If, Manaf Halbouni turns the course of history on its head in a mix of fiction, historical facts and present-day conflicts. Central themes are global conflicts, colonialism, borders and rootlessness.

BORCH Gallery

City West

until 17.04. Tal R: Adidas Boy and : tingsted graphic–paper works, Repro Exhibition view of Adidas Boy and : tingsted at BORCH Gallery, Berlin, 2021, Photo: BORCH Gallery

BORCH Gallery & Editions are delighted to present Tal R’s most recent print projects Adidas Boy (2020) and : tingsted (2019) in Berlin.
Both projects introduce the beholder to a wide array of animals, people, and objects from Tal R's universe. While the sketch-like woodcuts in Adidas Boy are carved in white lines against monochrome backgrounds, the figures and objects from the : tingsted series are depicted in colourful details.

ART CRU

Berlin Mitte

until 17.04. Horst Schiele painting–drawing, Repro O.T., 2015, Ölpastell, 50x70, Photo: Galerie ART CRU Berlin, Matthias Hofmann

We will be showing paintings by Horst Schiele, who was born in Berlin in 1948. It is the first solo exhibition of the artist.

Associatively set forms are colored by Schiele with a broad color palette rich in contrast in oil pastels. They hold a concentrated power and extraordinary compositional dynamics.

The show will initially be presented online: www.art-cru.de

Please visit us after the end of the lockdown during our opening hours: Tues & Thurs 12-6pm, Wed. 2-6pm.

Bode Projects

City West

until 17.04. Miguel Alejandro Machado Suárez: Yo Soy painting–drawing, Repro Paradigma, 2020, Oil on canvas, 120 x130 cm

Yo soy [I am] testifies to a very particular and constant theme in Cuba's search for identity: the need to define oneself. Miguel Alejandro Machado Suárez defines himself in what he does in his making – and in his paintings. He refers to the exhibition as "Yo soy esto y esto soy yo" [I am and therefore I am]. As much as a statement, the exhibition theme is centered on the notion of "experience", Yo Soy is an invitation to enter the world of the painter Miguel A. Machado Suárez. 

until 17.04. Förg / Mangold / Scully. zwischen Geometrie und Duktus

until 17.04. Peter Böhnisch painting–drawing, Repro Installlation view, Kunst Lager Haas, 2021, 2019, Edelkorund und Pigment auf MDF, Photo: Wolfgang Ganter

In his new works, Peter Böhnisch explores the possibilities of painting beyond oil and canvas. Using pigment, pastels, corundum and sand, he creates monumental paintings on fiberboard that evoke reliefs or frescoes. The materality of the pictures, also of his smaller portraits, thus contrasts with the lightness of the motifs: the enigmatic bodies of bathers, swimmers and astronauts. 

JARMUSCHEK + PARTNER

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 17.04. Inga Kerber, Corinne von Lebusa: Dans mon lit painting–drawing  graphic–paper works, Repro Demoiselle dans les Plantes (poses variés) ) & Hello Doc, 2020 / 2019

With "Dans mon lit" Jarmuschek + Partner gallery presents current works by the Leipzig-based artists Inga Kerber and Corinne von Lebusa. 
Further information: jarmuschek.de

until 17.04. Jay Mark Johnson: No Stone unturned photography, Repro CARBON DATING #1, Hazard, Kentucky, 2008, UltraChrome Pigmentdruck auf Aludibond/Plexiglas, 160 x 746 cm

The large-scale photographs by American photographer and director Jay Mark Johnsonachieve something ordinarily impossible for photography: by means of a modified panoramic camera they record continuous movement. In doing so, Johnson breaks with established ways of seeing and creates a new visual language, one that at first may appear enigmatic to the beholder. At the same time he adjusts the parameters of his recording in such a manner that the visual shifts remain rather subtle.

FELDBUSCH WIESNER RUDOLPH

Checkpoint Charlie

until 17.04. Marta Djourina, Michael Johansson, Isabelle Borges: Recently seen and admired painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  photography, Repro Simulation #16, 2021, acrylic on canvas, 155 x 145 cm, Photo: NN

until 17.04. Marta Djourina, Michael Johansson, Isabelle Borges: Recently seen and admired painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  photography

Our spring exhibition presents three artists of international character who recently entered our watch list... We are happy to present the artists Michael Johansson (born 1975 in Trollhättan, Sweden; lives and works in Malmö and Berlin), Marta Djourina (born 1991 in Sofia, Bulgaria; lives and works in Berlin) and Isabelle Borges (born 1966 in Salvador, Brazil; lives and works in Berlin) with their most recent works of art!

until 18.04. Magical Soup. Medienkunst aus der Sammlung der Nationalgalerie, der Friedrich Christian Flick Collection und Leihgaben, Repro Breath and Mime (Video Still, Detail), 1982-1983

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ifa-Galerie Berlin

Berlin Mitte

until 18.04. Florencia Califano, Guido Yanitto, Mariana Ortega, Radio Comunitaria "La Voz Indígena", Workshop "Memoria Étnica", Brayan Sticks, Kollektiv "Orembiapo Maipora", Kollektiv "Thañí/Viene del monte", Carlos ‘Pajita’ García Bes: La Escucha oder die Winde. Berichte und Spuren aus dem Gran Chaco (Kuratorin: Andrea Fernández) painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  glass–light–textile art

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until 18.04. Bunny Rogers: Self Portrait as clone of Jeanne D’Arc, Repro Self-Portrait as Clone of Jeanne d’Arc (Bella Joan / Brigid Joan / Tack Joan), 2019, Photo: © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie 2020 Schenkung / Gift Courtesy the artist and Société

until 18.04. Umbruch. Fotoprojekt der Schüler*innen des Heinz-Berggruen-Gymnasiums in Zusammenarbeit mit der Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie photography, Repro ohne Titel, 2020, Fotografie, Photo: Naomi Rocha

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Galerie Mutare

City West

until 21.04. Caro Stark: Was wir sehen, was wir verstehen.... Ausstellung/Videoprojektion in Platons Höhle - Galerieprojekt painting–drawing  happening–performance

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until 24.04. Simone Lucas: The Slow Eye painting–drawing, Repro Erscheinung Hase, 2020, Öl auf Leinwand, 40 x 30cm

until 24.04. Simone Lucas: The Slow Eye painting–drawing, Repro Ausstellungsansicht - The Slow Eye

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until 24.04. Johannes Beyerle, Eric Cruikshank, Michael Kenna, Silke Leverkühne, Peter Tollens: Landschaft: Abstrakt – Figurativ painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  photography, Repro stehendes Gewässer, 2020, Öl auf Leinwand, 170 x 140 cm

The exhibition “Landscape: Abstract – Figurative” brings together five artists who in their work oscillate between abstraction and figuration: the painters Eric Cruikshank, Silke Leverkühne, and Peter Tollens, the sculptor and drawing artist Johannes Beyerle, and the photographer Michael Kenna. Each of these five artists sees nature in his or her own way and emphasises what is important to him/her. 

 

until 24.04. Adrian Esparza, Manuel Franke, Geissler & Sann, Dionisio González, Joachim Grommek, Julia Gruner, Jia, Axel Lieber, Markus Linnenbrink, Sylvan Lionni, Joan Saló, Jan van der Ploeg, Markus Weggenmann, Beat Zoderer: Long Time – No See. group show painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography, Repro Nova Heliopólis III, 2007

with works by
Adrian Esparza
Manuel Franke
Geissler & Sann
Dionisio González
Joachim Grommek
Julia Gruner
Jia
Axel Lieber
Markus Linnenbrink
Sylvan Lionni
Joan Saló
Jan van der Ploeg
Markus Weggenmann
Beat Zoderer

by appointment via office@taubertcontemporary.com

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Conrads

Berlin Mitte

until 24.04. Marcia Hafif: French Paintings painting–drawing, Repro French Painting: Muette, 1992, Oil on canvas, 178 x 178 cm, Photo: Dirk Rose

Marcia Hafif NY 1929-2018 – From 1972 on, Hafif investigated the practice of painting committed to process-oriented monochrome. Hafif highlights the essential qualities of both paint and color, favoring an approach that is more exploratory and deconstructive than reductionist.  The French Painting series brings together many aspects of her previous series. She is best known for her monochromes, but her oeuvre also include photographs, videos, and text-based work.

until 24.04. Ab van Hanegem: Recent Paintings painting–drawing  graphic–paper works, Repro Untitled , 2019, Acryl auf Leinwand, 180 x 150 cm, Photo: Ab van Hanegem

3D Online Viewing https://www.artland.com/galleries/galerie-gilla-loercher

Ab van Hanegem (born 1960) studied at Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten St. Joost (Breda, NL) and at Rijksacademie (Amsterdam, NL). His showed his work at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Drawing Center New York; Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven; Kunsthalle Recklinghausen and at Clemens Sels Museum, Neuss a.o. The solo show at Galerie Gilla Loercher presents the artist's recent paintigs.

Galerie Poll

Berlin Mitte

until 24.04. Martina Altschäfer: true places II painting–drawing, Repro Frühling, 2020, Farbstift und Pastell auf Papier, 126 x 160 cm, Photo: Axel Schneider

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until 25.04. Daniel Sambo-Richter: Orange over White painting–drawing, Repro Feuer (Detail), 2012, Öl auf Leinwand, 130x220 cm

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until 25.04. Götz Lemberg: Spree-Cuts. Porträt einer Stadt_Fluss_Landschaft photography, Repro Spree-Cuts, 2020, Fotografie, Photo: Götz Lemberg

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until 25.04. Axel Anklam, Jenny Brockmann, Friederike Feldmann, Tom Früchtl, Ulrike Mohr, Matej Rízek, Gloria Zein, Raphael Beil, Birgit Cauer, Reinhard Haverkamp, Vanessa Henn, Kai Schiemenz, Marina Schreiber, Michael Konstantin “Herr” Wolke: Kunst am Bau Spandau. Wettbewerbsergenisse 2020 painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  glass–light–textile art, Photo: Christian Hamm

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until 25.04. AES+F, Chrissy Angliker, Lutz Becker, Tom Biber, Andreas Blank, Anina Brisolla, Claus Brunsmann, Claudia Chaseling, Chto Delat, Brad Downey, Thomas Draschan, Kerstin Dzewior, Margret Eicher, Nezaket Ekici, Amir Fattal, Doug Fishbone, Daniel Grüttner, Chris Hammerlein, John Isaacs: Points of Resistance

Migrant Bird Space

Berlin Mitte

until 27.04. Di Liu: A Stubbornly Persistent Illusion audio–video art

until 30.04. Kai, Saint James, Cornelius Perino: Triologie der Oppositionen

Galerie Mutare

City West

24.04. – 01.05. Tamim Sibai: in Platons Höhle painting–drawing  happening–performance, Repro I know!, 2020, Mischtechnik/Leinwand, 100 x 100 cm

April 30, 12 - 17 o'clock live in the gallery - TAMIM SIBAI paints your face (live or after a photo). You can experience art and artists and order portraits. Come to the gallery on 30 April or contact us in advance!

Westphal-Berlin

City West

until 02.05. Die neue Zeit. Bilder und Arbeiten auf Papier painting–drawing  graphic–paper works, Repro "Junge Pioniere", 2011, Acryl auf Leinwand, 200 x 150

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until 02.05. Nicola Rubinstein, Hubertus Reichert: In the Spirit of Dante painting–drawing  photography, Repro Inferno, CXXXVIII, 2021, Papierarbeit, 29,7 x 21 cm, Photo: Christian Bertram

In the Dante year 2021, the gallery is showing the exhibition series "In the spirit of Dante". It starts with a double exhibition with works by Nicola Rubinstein and Hubertus Reichert, with motifs by Dante and his journey through hell, purgatory to paradise. Interviews, readings and artist talks can be seen as videos on www.bernet-bertram.com. Further program on request.

17.04. – 02.05. Gwen Hardie painting–drawing, Repro 10.02.19 (orangey brown on purple), 2019, Öl auf Leinwand, 61 x 61 cm

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22.04. – 02.05. Gil Shachar: The Cast Whale Project by Gil Shachar. Der Wal in St. Elisabeth sculpture–installation, Repro Abnahme der Form vom gestrandeten jungen Buckelwal, 2018, Epoxydharz, 14 Länge, Photo: Warrik Mc Leod

Gil Shachar’s large whale will be ‘stranding’ in Berlin. In 2018 Shachar and his local team were able to take a mould of a Humpback Whale in South Africa. The life-size sculpture (14 m length) was cast and assembled in Cape Town, before being shipped to Germany for it’s first appearance at Kunstmuseum Bochum in 2020. As a space St. Elisbeth church is of considerable historical significance, bearing memory of traumatic but also hopeful occurrences, and seems to be the perfect venue.

until 07.05. Alexander Camaro: Lunapark. Schaubühne, Bühnenzauber und Vergnügungswelt painting–drawing, Repro Mondgöttin, 1952, Öl auf Zeltplane, 170 x 125 cm, Photo: Eric Tschernow

until 08.05. Via Lewandowsky: Bei uns sculpture–installation  photography, Repro Die Fürsorgliche, 2021, Mixed Media, 265 x 351 x 46 cm

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until 08.05. Moritz Hasse: Malerei, Repro New York, East Village, 2020, Oel auf Leinwand, 40x55cm

until 08.05. Moritz Hasse: Malerei, Repro Berlin, in der S-Bahn, 2020, Acryl auf Papier, 30x40cm

JRGallery

City West

24.04. – 08.05. Markus Lüpertz: zum Geburtstag. Die vier Jahreszeiten painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation

mianki.Gallery

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 15.05. Constanze Vogt: weiterspinnen. Click & Meet: Terminvereinbarung telefonisch oder per Mail painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Ausstellungsansicht, 2021, Photo: Fürcho GmbH

until 15.05. Constanze Vogt: weiterspinnen. Click & Meet: Terminvereinbarung telefonisch oder per Mail painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro reifen #4 (Ausschnitt), 2020, Holzreifen, Garn, 220 x 90 x 90 cm, Photo: Frank Kleinbach, Kunstmuseum Reutlingen

until 15.05. Constanze Vogt: weiterspinnen. Click & Meet: Terminvereinbarung telefonisch oder per Mail painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro o.T. (spira) #33, 2017, Feinliner auf Papier, 42 x 29,7 cm, Photo: Constanze Vogt

until 15.05. Constanze Vogt: weiterspinnen. Click & Meet: Terminvereinbarung telefonisch oder per Mail painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro o.T. (spira) #47, 2017, Feinliner auf Papier, 42 x 29,7 cm, Photo: Constanze Vogt

until 15.05. Constanze Vogt: weiterspinnen. Click & Meet: Terminvereinbarung telefonisch oder per Mail painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro o.T. (spira) #05, 2019, Feinliner auf Papier, 59,4 x 42 cm, Photo: Fürcho GmbH

The works of young Kiel-based artist Constanze Vogt shift between varied mediums. Her drawings, installations, objects and texts are all notable for their use of a reduced selection of materials. She uses and shapes materials such as paper, language and light in order to examine the subject of interposing spaces. The extensive, near-ritualistic working process with which she transforms the material is clearly visible in her finished works. Dr. Peter Kruska

Verein Berliner Künstler (VBK)

Schöneberg/Tiergarten
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DOROTHÉE NILSSON GALLERY

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 22.05. Inka und Niclas: Luminous Matter, Repro Luminous Matter I, 2019

until 22.05. Roberto Cordone, Djeric-Hunold, Nadège Mouyssinat, Robert Pan: Genesis painting–drawing  sculpture–installation, Repro CV 7089 PL, 2019-2020, Resin, Acrilyc, Mixed Media, 126 x 110 cm

until 22.05. Joseph Beuys: Wo ist Element 3?. Ausgewählte Werke der Beuys Sonderauktion in München, Juni 2021

until 22.05. Simone Haack: Archipel painting–drawing, Repro Liebesperlen, 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 TAMMEN

Checkpoint Charlie

16.04. – 22.05. Gabi Streile: 40 Jahre Malerei painting–drawing

Galerie Kuchling

Berlin City

27.04. – 22.05. Ostdeutsche Kunstauktion: 56. Versteigerung von Bildender Kunst. Zu Gast in der Galerie Kuchling

28.04. – 22.05. Donald Vaccino: From Nyc with Love VI painting–drawing, Repro The White Shirt, 2020, Öl auf Leinwand , 135 x 135 cm

In his large-format works, the New York painter Donald Vaccino juxtaposes geometric blocks of color with figurative elements that describe his personal world - carried by two-dimensional coloring and tense lines. The painterly statement arises from the harmony of the colored surfaces. The color scheme, the playful composition of the picture and the lightness of his subjects are the result of long studies.

Migrant Bird Space

Berlin Mitte

30.04. – 22.05. Peng Xia, Kanta Kimura: Digital Cave painting–drawing  audio–video art

Haus am Kleistpark

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 23.05. Stefanie Bürkle, Göran Gnaudschun, Loredana Nemes, Ute Mahler, Florian Merkel, Arwed Messmer, Andreas Mühe, Michael Wesely, Michael Schmidt, Anne Schönharting, Ulrich Wüst: Diversität der Moderne. 100 Jahre Groß-Berlin photography, Repro Frank Dingel und Karsten von Kuczkowski, Stylisten, Berlin, aus der Serie "Berlin-Charlottenburg", 2012, Photo: Anne Schönharting

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until 23.05. Bul Lee, Minouk Lim, Tobias Rehberger, Superflex, Kyungah Ham: Real DMZ Exhibition. The first virtual Real DMZ Project graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  Miscellaneous

The Real DMZ Project is a contemporary art and research project focused on issues of the DMZ and the border area. The RDP is pleased to present an online exhibition to bring the artists’ visionary concepts into virtual realization, and hope that it will contribute to the viewers’ perspectives on and rethinking of the border and the division of Korea.

24.04. – 23.05. Stephan Homann, Mahony: Erratic Parameters painting–drawing  sculpture–installation, Repro Wywer, 2021, Öl, MM auf Leinwand, 200 x 150 cm

until 24.05. Jens Becker, John Devlin, Jörg Janzer, Wolfgang Krause THW Greifenberg, Silvia Lorenz, Kata Unger, Paul Waak: Zeichnungen XVI. Welten painting–drawing

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until 28.05. Aqua Aura, Lidó Rico: Tra color che son sospesi

SANDAU & LEO GALERIE

Berlin Mitte

until 29.05. Werner Stötzer: Zum 90. Geburtstag. Online-Ausstellung painting–drawing  sculpture–installation, Repro Torso, 2006/2010, Steinguss, 46 x 25 x 9 cm, Photo: Frank Wegner

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until 29.05. Ahmed Kamel: Paradise - Spiral painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  audio–video art, Repro The Book, 2014, video (loop)

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until 30.05. Xinyi Cheng: The Horse with Eye Blinders painting–drawing, Repro The Horse with Eye Blinders, Ausstellungsansicht Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, 2020, Photo: © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie / Mathias Völzke; © Xinyi Cheng, courtesy the artist / Balice Hertling

Haus am Lützowplatz (HaL)

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

24.04. – 30.05. Nadine Baldow, Hendrik Czakainski, Kai Löffelbein, Jazoo Yang, Shingo Yoshida: Earth, t.b.a. kuratiert von Vanessa Souli sculpture–installation  photography, Repro Detail

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.

SANDAU & LEO GALERIE

Berlin Mitte

until 31.05. Ulrike Hahn, Wolfgang Leber, Harald Metzkes, Arno Mohr, Ulrike PIsch, Denise Richardt, Reinhard Stangl, Sarah Straßmann, Ursula Strozynski, Werner Stötzer: Wanderungen durch Berlin & Brandenburg (Online Ausstellung) painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography, Repro Flugobjekt über der Stadt, 2012, Filzstift, Tusche, 42 x 29 cm, Photo: Bernd Borchardt

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GALERIE HELLE COPPI

Berlin Mitte

until 04.06. Hubertus von der Goltz: Walking the line. Gratwanderung sculpture–installation, Repro Balance Werknummer 20404, 2004, Aluminium schwarz, 35 x17 x 6 cm

GALERIE HELLE COPPI

Berlin Mitte

until 04.06. Michael Arantes Müller: Im Kabinett. Blätter zu Musik graphic–paper works, Repro Menuetto, 2018, Unikater Farbholzschnitt, 29,5 x 21,5

30.04. – 04.06. Susanne Lorenz, Tilman Wendland: Rotation Rebound. Ausstellung im IG Metall Haus sculpture–installation

For Rotation Rebound, Lorenz and Wendland transform the exhibition space of IG Metall into a stage situation. The street becomes an auditorium. In a course of movement, architectural interventions meet with balance objects from the world of fitness, rehab and agility.

Rotation Rebound opens up a set of possible actions that are visible day and night.

Galerie TZB

Checkpoint Charlie

until 05.06. Vladimír Houdek, Markus Huemer: Akarophobiker, Architektur-Nostalgiker, Heidi Klum und andere painting–drawing, Photo: Matthias Kolb

The brutalist architecture of the Czech Embassy in Berlin is a common source of inspiration for the new works by the painters Vladimír Houdek (CZ) and Markus Huemer (AT).

SANDAU & LEO GALERIE

Berlin Mitte

until 05.06. Wolfgang Leber: Zum 85. Geburtstag painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Die schwarze Stadt, 2004, Öl auf Hartfaser, 62 x 52 cm

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23.04. – 05.06. Joseph Beuys: in memory. zum 100. Geburtstag

23.04. – 05.06. Kalpesh Lathigra: memoire temporale photography, Repro Anu

FELDBUSCH WIESNER RUDOLPH

Checkpoint Charlie

23.04. – 05.06. Jacob Dahlgren: Units of Measurement sculpture–installation  happening–performance, Repro Unit of Measurements, 2020, folding rulers, different colours, 576 x 400 cm, Photo: NN

The multicolored works of the Biennale artist Jacob Dahlgren (b.1970; lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden) continue the tradition of geometric constructivism and the Op Art movement of the 1960s by means of repeated forms borrowed from everyday life. Their performative-media character transfers them into the context of our present.  

CAMERA WORK

City West

24.04. – 05.06. Herb Ritts photography, Repro David Bowie, 1989, Gelatin Silver Print, 35 x 28 cm, Photo: Herb Ritts

The comprehensive solo exhibition presents more than 40 rock portraits by Herb Ritts, who ranks among the most important classic portrait, fashion, and celebrity photographers in history.

Semjon Contemporary

Berlin Mitte

24.04. – 05.06. Ursula Sax: aus und auf Papier painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Miscellaneous, Repro O.T., 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.

29.04. – 05.06. Steffen Diemer: Haruka ushiro – Weit dahinter photography

Conrads

Berlin Mitte

30.04. – 05.06. Mounir Fatmi: Heavier Than Words sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art, Repro Heavier Than Words, 2019, Mixed media, variable, Photo: Galerie

mounir fatmi, born 1970,Tangiers, Morocco – By using materials such as antenna cable, typewriters and VHS tapes, mounir fatmi elaborates an experimental archeology that questions the world and the role of the artist in a society in crisis. He twists its codes and precepts through the prism of a trinity comprising Architecture, Language and Machine. Thus, he questions the limits of memory, language and communication while reflecting upon these obsolescent materials and their uncertain future.

Haus am Waldsee

Berlin City

until 06.06. Björn Dahlem, Berta Fischer, Naum Gabo: Into Space sculpture–installation, Repro Balam, 2018, Styropor, Lack, Silikon, 125 x 105 x 105 cm , Photo: Courtesy die Künstlerin und Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Karin Günther, Hamburg , Foto: Simon Vogel

“Into Space” addresses humanity’s longing for outer space, zero gravity, faraway galaxies and a faith in energies outside our current powers of comprehension and perception. In the show, three sculptors reflect on the intersections of art, science and philosophy across a century and from a Berlin point of view.

Haus am Lützowplatz (HaL)

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

17.04. – 06.06. 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, 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.

25.04. – 06.06. Uli Fischer: Zeit Zeichen painting–drawing, Repro The Morning after I, 2015, Collage, historische Baumwolle, japanische Weltkriegsflagge auf Baumwolle, Photo: Uli Fischer

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until 09.06. Online-Ausstellung Fischer & el Sani audio–video art, Repro The Rise , 2007, HD Video, 1 Kanal Video Loop Installation, 18 Min.

17.04. – 12.06. Vera Schwelgin, Wolfgang Reinke, Emerita Pansowová: Mit leiser Kraft painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Paar, 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.

24.04. – 12.06. Marina meets Robert. an art liaison painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  photography  glass–light–textile art, Repro Würfel , 2021, Gals und Edelstahl, 110 x 50 x 50, Photo: Marina Herrmann

The connection between Marina Herrmann and Robert Indiana becomes visible for the exhibition visitor through a transparent Plexiglas cube with which Marina Herrmann puts Robert Indiana's sculptures "ONE through ZERO" on a new level. The number zero, which has been affixed to the upward-facing side of the cube, represents the further development of the series of numbers from 1 to 9 by Robert Indiana, which can be found in front of the windows of banks in the London Financial District.
 

29.04. – 12.06. Transformer. Luciano Castelli - Selfportraits 1974 photography, Repro His Majesty the Queen, 1973, Digital-C-Print, 22 x 146 cm

“Transformer. Luciano Castelli - self portraits 1974” presents the artistic beginnings of Luciano Castelli, one of the main representatives of the Berlin Neue Wilde art movement. As early as the 1970s he explored the still very much current topic of gender. Informed by the political perspective of the 1968 generation, he explored the dissolution of established conventions and the blurring of boundaries between the genders.

Galerie Dittmar

Berlin Mitte

30.04. – 12.06. Mona Breede: Natur und Erzählung. Mit Katalog

Galerie Poll

Berlin Mitte

30.04. – 12.06. Maina-Miriam Munsky (1943-1999): Gravidität. Malerei und Zeichnung der 1960er Jahre painting–drawing

25.04. – 13.06. Yero Adugna, Thomas Bratzke, Elisabeth Fraenkel, Heike Kelter, Loredana Nemes, Hans Reuschel, Merete Røstad, Jörg Schemmann, Marie Strauß, u.a.: co:exist. ein multilog aus stadt, mensch und natur painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  audio–video art

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ifa-Galerie Berlin

Berlin Mitte

29.04. – 13.06. Andrea Acosta, Joseph Beuys, Anne Duk Hee Jordan, Sara Ouhaddou: Aufzeichnungen einer Seherin painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Assisted Forest , 2020, found objects, brass rods and clamps , variable dimensions

ifa Gallery Berlin is presenting drawings by Joseph Beuys from the ifa art collection in a dialogue with the artistic positions of Andrea Acosta, Anne Duk Hee Jordan and Sara Ouhaddou. Both Beuys and the featured artists address overlooked, disregarded, handed-down forms of knowledge. Based on the relationship to found materials, they examine economic and ecological issues, initiating processes that have the potential to effect lasting societal change.

Galerie Sievi

Berlin City

23.04. – 18.06. Gudrun Sailer, Ulrich+Kellermann: Verschwimmen painting–drawing  sculpture–installation

24.04. – 19.06. Beate Höing, Justine Otto, Laura Eckert, Luzia Simons, Elvira Bach, Annette Besgen, Ulrike Bolenz, Sabine Dehnel, Simone Haack, Sandra Mann, Miriam Vlaming: Frauenpower painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography

Kuckei + Kuckei

Berlin Mitte

28.04. – 19.06. Lilly Lulay: Artifacts from the Age of Acceleration sculpture–installation  photography, Repro Early Digital Tech, Agents from The Age of Acceleration, 2020, handmade embroideries of digital tools cotton threat, stramin fabric, C-Print, 40 x 30 cm

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28.04. – 19.06. Robert Bosisio, Peter Demetz, Domenico Grenci, Bruno Walpoth: arte figurativa. vier aktuelle Positionen painting–drawing  sculpture–installation, Repro Ruth, 2020, Esche, 68 x 16 x 15 cm

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

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18.04. – 20.06. Andreas Göx, Hannes Wanderer: Time Out. Leere Läden Berlin : revisited photography, Repro Wilmersdorf, 2003, Fotografie, Photo: Hannes Wanderer, Andreas Göx

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KANG CONTEMPORARY

Checkpoint Charlie

24.04. – 25.06. Claudia Chaseling: muddy waters painting–drawing  sculpture–installation, Repro cyanobacteria, 2021, gold leaf, egg tempera and oil on canvas, and gold leaf, egg tempera, 30 x 30 cm, Photo: Studio Claudia Chaseling

30.04. – 25.06. Francisco Rozas: If you lived here, you'd be disappointed painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Detail: Folds, 2020, Polystyrol Hartschaum, 185 x 60 x 8 cm, Photo: Foto: Francisco Rozas

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 will present his recent work and objects, including the minimalistic typewriter drawing "Type01".

ART CRU

Berlin Mitte

29.04. – 26.06. Robert Fischer painting–drawing, Repro O.T., 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.

30.04. – 26.06. Mahdad Alizadeh, Madeleine Dietz, Nadine Fecht, K.O. Götz, Thomas Scheibitz: All I think about is you. In Kooperation mit Kunstsaele Berlin kuratiert von Michael Müller

Galerie Georg Nothelfer

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

30.04. – 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.

Daimler Contemporary

Schöneberg/Tiergarten

until 27.06. 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, 2018, Silbergelatine-Druck, 49,5 x 38 cm, Photo: Zanele Muholi

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30.04. – 27.06. Sonja Alhäuser: Eating the Universe sculpture–installation, Repro Frammento I & II Villa Massimo, Rom, 2019, Ziehfett, Styrodur, beleuchtete Kühlvitrine/grease, styrodur, illuminated display refrigerator, 201 × 93 × 71 cm , Photo: Isa Steinhäuser

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

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

28.04. – 03.07. George Condo: Linear Expression painting–drawing

Sprüth Magers

Berlin Mitte

28.04. – 03.07. Robert Elfgen: Higgs-Boson painting–drawing

Sprüth Magers

Berlin Mitte

28.04. – 03.07. Gilbert & George: The Paradisical Pictures Miscellaneous, Repro TENDER, 2019, Mixed media, 226 × 253 cm

Galerie Kremers

Berlin City

29.04. – 03.07. Erik Nieminen: Metamorphosis I. Possible Worlds painting–drawing, Repro Primates, 2016, Oil on Linen, 160 x 130 cm, Photo: Eric Nieminen

29.04. – 03.07. Erik Nieminen: Metamorphosis I. Possible Worlds painting–drawing, Repro Janus, 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. 

29.04. – 03.07. Fiona Ackerman: Metamorphosis II. The Cosmic Tiger painting–drawing  audio–video art, Repro Under Garden, 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

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, um 1750, Radierung , Photo: Knud Petersen

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until 05.07. Schau mich an!. Frauenporträts der 1920er Jahre photography, Repro Ohne Titel, 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.

GALERIE TAMMEN

Checkpoint Charlie

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), ca. 1977/78, Silbergelatine-Vintageprint, Photo: © Ulrike Ottinger

Robert Morat Galerie

Berlin Mitte

until 31.07. Andrea Grützner: Erbgericht – Neue Räume photography, Repro Erbgericht, Untitled 22, 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.

Zilberman

City West

30.04. – 31.07. Guido Casaretto

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

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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, 2019, Acryl auf Leinwand, 120x100 cm, Photo: Rainer Bär

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Gropius-Bau

Checkpoint Charlie

23.04. – 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, 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

29.04. – 15.08. Hella Jongerius: Kosmos weben graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation, Repro Woven Cosmos – Woven Window, 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.

until 16.08. Marc Bauer: The Blow-Up Regime. GASAG Kunstpreis 2020 painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  audio–video art, Repro The Fall, 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, 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

24.04. – 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, 2021, Objects: Stoffe, Leindwand, Ton, Neon, 120 X 80, Photo: C.Amaya

24.04. – 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), 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.

PalaisPopulaire

Berlin City

28.04. – 23.08. Marc Brandenburg: Hirnsturm II painting–drawing, Repro Untitled, 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.”

27.04. – 29.08. Fairies photography, Repro Fairies IV/2, 2021, Archival Pigment Print, 150 x 150 cm , Photo: Kathrin Linkersdorff

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until 31.08. Programm auf Anfrage

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, Photo: Courtesy the artist and Ellen de Brujine Projects © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie / Mathias Völzke

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

Jüdisches Museum Berlin

Checkpoint Charlie

26.04. – 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, 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.

24.04. – 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 14.11. Mit eigenem Blick. Ehemalige Student*innen der früheren Meisterklasse Achim Freyer an der Universität der Künste Berlin (1976-1999) painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  Miscellaneous

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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, 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, 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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