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.

Galerie Georg Nothelfer


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 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

Kunstbibliothek / Kulturforum


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

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



16.07. – 21.08. Silke Katharina Hahn, Halfa, Ulrich Haug, Claudia Kallscheuer, Christophe Laudamiel, Ev Pommer, Jens Rausch, Michael Schuster, und Gäste: mianki & friends painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  glass–light–textile art  Miscellaneous

This year's task was to deal artistically and creatively with the theme of "knowledge". Exhibition with works by the finalists: Marius Buck, Miriam Dockendorf, Julia Gerhards, Seokjin Hong, Jihoon Jung, Hwakyeong Kim, Kyungju Kim, Polina Trishkina and Felicitas Zenke

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 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.

Daimler Contemporary


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

For further information in english please contact the gallery.

Mare Cozette wrote about in which frame the work of French artist Capucine Vandebrouck would be inserted: somewhere between the Dust Breeding of Duchamps and the „scribbles“ of Sol le Witt, between the proponents of arte povera and the Asphalt Rundown of Smithson, between the bitter elegance of Eva Hesse and the visual alchemies of Ann Veronica Janssens or Edith Dekyndt. 

Gropius Bau

Checkpoint Charlie

10.09. – 16.01. Thea Djordjadze sculpture–installation  glass–light–textile art, Repro oneissopublicandtheothersoprivate (Detail), Thea Djordjadze, 2019, Photo: Reto Kaufmann

Thea Djordjadze’s artistic practice can be understood as a process of continually reusing, reconfiguring and rearranging objects. Starting on 10 September 2020, the Gropius Bau presents existing and newly created works by the Berlin-based artist, whose sculptures and interventions engage in a dialogue with the historic building.