Genres

until 02.02. Salon Nr. 4. Über 90 Werke von 20 Künstlern.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro Tamika, Peter Schulz Leonhardt, 2022, Mischtechnik, 35 x 22 cm, Photo: Christine Knauber

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Galerie ROOT

Berlin West

until 03.02. Kobsar – Nachrichten aus der Ukraine. EL EGO, Andrea Interschick, Oliver Kelm.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  audio–video art

In der Ukraine werden Künstler*innen, die historische Ereignisse, kulturelle Ideen und Mythen weitertragen, „Kobsare“ genannt. Besucher*innen der Ausstellung, deren Arbeiten bewusst über eine reine Dokumentation des Schreckens, des Leids und der Destruktivität des Krieges hinausgehen, bekommen die Gelegenheit der Reflexion und des Austauschs über die Thematik.

until 04.02. Künstler - Familien (3). Gitta Kettner, Gerhard Kettner.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works

Galerie Albrecht

Berlin West

until 04.02. Iconography of Berlin. Zoran Minic.  painting–drawing  Repro Big Tree, Zoran Minic, 2022, Öl auf Holz, 60 x 60 cm, Photo: Zoran Minic

until 04.02. Iconography of Berlin. Zoran Minic.  painting–drawing  Repro Sluice, Zoran Minic, 2022, Öl auf Holz, 60 x 60 cm, Photo: Zoran Minic

As this year’s recipient of the AArtist Fellowship, Zoran Minic (born in 1964) was able to work for three months in the studio on top of the German Foreign Office. Zoran Minic lives in Milan; he is an architect and painter.

 

 

until 05.02. detect - zeichnend Welt begreifen. 15 Jahre Prolog – Heft für Zeichnung und Text.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Miscellaneous

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until 06.02. Paint it all! Aktuelle Malerei aus Berlin.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Warpaint_008, Christine Streuli, 2016/2017, Photo: Foto: Kai-Anette Becker, © Christine Streuli

Painting is frequently pivotal to contemporary art discourse. Other genres seldom equal its ability to express returns and ructions, challenges and con-stant reformulations. In Berlin, painting has a solid tradition. The exhibition “Paint it all!” is a bugle call and a love letter to recent painting in Berlin. Featuring ten outstanding artists, it presents 15 selected works as teasers rather than as a stock check.

 

until 06.02. Magyar Modern. Ungarische Kunst in Berlin 1910–1933.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  Repro Großes Interieur mit Selbstbildnis – Mann am Fenster, Lajos Tihanyi, 1922, Photo: © Museum der Bildenden Künste, Budapest - Ungarische Nationalgalerie, 2021

The exhibition breaks new ground by devoting extensive attention to the Hungarian contribution to modern art in the German capital. Berlin was a formative influence for many Hungarian artists who, in turn, were a defining force in the art market. Restoring memories of this reciprocal cultural inspiration is the principal aim. It brings together paintings, prints, photographs and architectural drawings, deeply enriching our perception of artistic achievements from East Central Europe.

until 11.02. Skulptur! Und ausgewählte Werke der Klassischen Moderne. Bernhard Hoetger, Rudolf Belling, Oskar Schlemmer, Hermann Blumenthal.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro Oskar Schlemmer und Willi Baumeister, Installation view Kunsthandel Wolfgang Werner, Öl auf Leinwand und Nirostastahl, Photo: anna.k.o., Berlin

until 11.02. Skulptur! Und ausgewählte Werke der Klassischen Moderne. Bernhard Hoetger, Rudolf Belling, Oskar Schlemmer, Hermann Blumenthal.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro Bernhard Hoetger und Hermann Blumenthal, Bronzeplastiken, Photo: Design: Büro BrücknerAping, Bremen

until 11.02. Reflection. Kwaku Osei Owusu Achim, Roberto Cordone, Nicole Doth, Jukhee Kwon, Qhamanande Maswana, Israel Padonu, Robert Pan, Bara Sketchbook, Samuel Sawotey, Sibylle Wagner.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation

The group show REFLECTION is the cooperation between Bermel von Luxburg Gallery and the art collector Marios Ngassam. 

Bermel von Luxburg Gallery is delighted to present a strong selection of international artists:

Kwaku Osei Owusu ACHIM

Roberto CORDONE

Nicole DOTH

Jukhee KWON

Qhamanande MASWANA

Israel PADONU

Robert PAN

Bara SKETCHBOOK

Samuel SOWATEY

Sibylle WAGNER

nüüd.berlin

Berlin Mitte

until 11.02. Sinnstifter. Gemälde. Axel Teichmann.  painting–drawing  Repro Sinnstifter, Axel Teichmann, 2022, Acryl auf Leinwand, 200 x 160 cm, Photo: Axel Teichmann

until 11.02. Sinnstifter. Gemälde. Axel Teichmann.  painting–drawing  Repro Bildrauschen, Axel Teichmann, 2022, Acryl auf Leinwand, 70 x 50 cm, Photo: Axel Teichmann

until 11.02. Sinnstifter. Gemälde. Axel Teichmann.  painting–drawing  Repro Tänzer, Axel Teichmann, 2015, Acrylglas u. Gold, 242 x 198 x 125 mm, Photo: Axel Teichmann

until 11.02. Sinnstifter. Gemälde. Axel Teichmann.  painting–drawing  Repro Das schweigende Ich, Axel Teichmann, 2021, Acryl und Gold auf Tapete und Holz, 130 x 95 cm, Photo: Axel Teichmann

until 11.02. Sinnstifter. Gemälde. Axel Teichmann.  painting–drawing  Repro TV-Junkie, Axel Teichmann, 2021, Acrylglas, 225 x 165 x 24 mm, Photo: Axel Teichmann

Axel Teichmann's art usually depicts individual human figures in often surreal situations, so that dialogues and impulses arise with the viewer of the artwork. The artist deals with identity, technology, digitalisation and social change. Paintings, pastels on paper and sculptures made of acrylic glass, which offer a more abstract and thus new component in Teichmann's figurative-realistic art, can be seen in the exhibition.

until 12.02. It's a «She Thing». Frauenmuseum Berlin. Ulrike Dornis, Andrea Golla, Rachel Kohn, Verena Kyselka, Susanne Piotter, Zuzanna Schmukalla, Anna Sonnenburg, Sybilla Weisweiler.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  Repro Frauenklasse, Verena Kyselka, 2009/2019, Videostill

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Bode Projects

Berlin Ost

until 12.02. It's all about the Line. Maria Seitz, Daniel Schaal.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro Multicolor 5.08, Maria Seitz, 2021, Colored pencil on paper, 59.4 x 42 cm, Photo: Courtesy of the Artist

Lines are everywhere we look. For decades, the Line has inspired generations of artists – starting from Wassily Kandinsky and Kazimir Malevich. In It’s all about the Line duo show, Maria Seitz and Daniel Schaal refer to the Line, transforming it into the central protagonist of the exhibition and creating a new perspective on geometrical abstraction. The show brings together the variety of mediums: painting, drawing, printmaking, and installation, – all unified by the Line. 

Lothar Wolleh Raum

Berlin Mitte

Special event Berlin Art Week
until 17.02. Lothar Wolleh Duo. Künstler:innen-Interventionen. Joseph Beuys, Sonia Delaunay, Lucio Fontana, Gotthard Graubner, Adolf Luther, Heinz Mack, Christian Megert, Dieter Roth, Günther Uecker, Jadwiga Maziarska, Lothar Wolleh.  painting–drawing  photography  glass–light–textile art  Repro o.T, Jadwiga Marziarska, Heinz Mack, Joseph Beuys, Fotografisches Linen mit Intervention , 50 x 50 cm, Photo: Lothar Wolleh

Special event Berlin Art Week
until 17.02. Lothar Wolleh Duo. Künstler:innen-Interventionen. Joseph Beuys, Sonia Delaunay, Lucio Fontana, Gotthard Graubner, Adolf Luther, Heinz Mack, Christian Megert, Dieter Roth, Günther Uecker, Jadwiga Maziarska, Lothar Wolleh.  painting–drawing  photography  glass–light–textile art  Repro o.T, Iannone, Graubner, Luther, Mack, 38 x 38 cm in 50 x 50 Rahmen, Photo: Lothar Wolleh

The photographer Lothar Wolleh has been in close contact with European avant-garde artists since the early 1960s. It is less well known that “hybrid” works were also created as a result of collaboration: Wolleh's photographs, which were reworked by those portrayed.

The exhibition Lothar Wolleh Duo shows a selection of these works. With contributions by Sonia Delaunay, Lucio Fontana, Gotthard Graubner, Adolf Luther, Heinz Mack, Christian Megert, Dieter Roth and Günther Uecker, among others.

Special event Berlin Art Week
16.02. – 19.02. Malerei. Fabian Weinecke.  painting–drawing  Repro ohne Titel, Fabian Weinecke, 2008, Mischtechnik auf Leinwand , 19 x 26

until 23.02. abstraktion-figuration. Werner Berges, Alexander Camaro.  painting–drawing  Repro "Steilwandfahrer" und "Daphne-Rivale", Alexander Camaro, 1987, Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 240x400cm, Photo: Eric Tschernow

until 23.02. abstraktion-figuration. Werner Berges, Alexander Camaro.  painting–drawing  Repro Was ist denn das?, Werner Berges, 1986, Mischtechnik, Acryl auf Leinwand, 95x75cm, Photo: o.A.

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until 23.02. Die Präsenz des Verborgenen / The Presence of the Hidden. Luigi Di Crasto.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  audio–video art  Repro Portrait vor der Landschaft m + w, Luigi De Crasto, 2022, Acryl auf Leinwand, 60x50 cm, Photo: Luigi Di Crasto

SANDAU & LEO GALERIE

Berlin Mitte

until 25.02. Volker Henze - Malerei & Henry Stöcker - Skulptur. Volker Henze, Henry Stöcker.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro 42 V, Volker Henze, 2020, Öl auf Leinwand, 200 x 145 cm

until 25.02. Volker Henze - Malerei & Henry Stöcker - Skulptur. Volker Henze, Henry Stöcker.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Ab durch die Mitte, Henry Stöcker , 2005, Gips, Metall, 94 x 82 x 58 cm

until 25.02. Volker Henze - Malerei & Henry Stöcker - Skulptur. Volker Henze, Henry Stöcker.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro U.R., Volker Henze, 2016, Öl auf Leinwand, 200 x 150 cm

until 25.02. Volker Henze - Malerei & Henry Stöcker - Skulptur. Volker Henze, Henry Stöcker.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro In Rüstung, Henry Stöcker , 2018, Metall, geschweißt , 56 x 33 x 23 cm

Galerie Poll

Berlin Mitte

until 25.02. Deutsche Landschaft. Jan Schüler.  painting–drawing  Repro Dresden: Die Elbe bei Schloss Pillnitz , Jan Schüler , 2022, Öl auf Leinwand, 110 x 140 cm, Photo: Jan Schüler / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022

until 25.02. Deutsche Landschaft. Jan Schüler.  painting–drawing  Repro Weimar: Blick aus Goethes Wohnhaus in den Garten, Jan Schüler, 2022, Öl auf Leinwand, 100 x 80 cm, Photo: Jan Schüler / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022

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until 25.02. State of Play. Claudia Desgranges.  painting–drawing  Repro Detail eines Kunstwerks, Claudia Desgranges

Galerie Gilla Loercher | Contemporary Art is very pleased to present the second solo exhibition by the Cologne based painter Claudia Desgranges. Her work refers to an examination of abstract modernism, minimalism, abstract expressionism and color field painting. Her recent works will be on display.

nüüd.berlin

Berlin Mitte

16.02. – 25.02. Paintings. Jerzy Skolimowski.  painting–drawing  Repro Vantage Point, Jerzy Skolomowski, 2001, Acryl auf Holz, 246 x 246 cm, Photo: Jerzy Skolomowski

16.02. – 25.02. Paintings. Jerzy Skolimowski.  painting–drawing  Repro Berggipfel, Jerzy Skolomowski, 2003, Acryl auf Leinwand, 198 x 183 cm, Photo: Jerzy Skolomowski

16.02. – 25.02. Paintings. Jerzy Skolimowski.  painting–drawing  Repro Szenen aus dem Leben der Königin, Jerzy Skolomowski, 2015, Acryl auf Leinwand, 369 x 246 cm, Photo: Jerzy Skolomowski

16.02. – 25.02. Paintings. Jerzy Skolimowski.  painting–drawing  Repro Selbstporträt in Splittern, Jerzy Skolomowski, 2017, Acryl auf Leinwand, 200 x 180 cm, Photo: Jerzy Skolomowski

While the international film festival BERLINALE is taking place in Berlin, we are showing a small retrospective of the painterly oeuvre of the old master of Polish film Jerzy Skolimowski in a double exhibition with the Polish Institute Berlin. In his large-format paintings on wood and canvas, he intervenes in discussions about current topics, such as the climate catastrophe.

PalaisPopulaire

Berlin Mitte

until 27.02. Escribir todos sus nombres. Spanische Künstlerinnen von 1960 bis heute. Elena Asins, Vera Chaves Barcellos, Ángela de la Cruz, Esther Ferrer, Dora García, Sarah Grilo, Cristina Iglesias, Aurelia Muñoz, Carmen Láffon, Eva Lootz, Erlea Maneros Zabala, Soledad Sevilla, Susana Solano, Montserrat Soto, Eulàlia Valldosera.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  glass–light–textile art  Repro Heartbeat (Mapa), Dora García, 1999, Photo: © Dora García

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Kuckei + Kuckei

Berlin Mitte

until 04.03. oh hell o. Peter K. Koch.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro o.T. (Show), Peter K. Koch, 2022, Lack, Karton, Holz, Acrylglas, 79 x 63,5 x 15 cm

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Hilleckes Gallery

Berlin West

until 04.03. I Touch Leaves, Remains, Particles and Impressions. Aneta Lewandowska.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  glass–light–textile art  urban art  Repro I Touch Leaves, Remains, Particles and Impressions, Aneta Lewandowska, 2021, Mixed Media

Touch is a concept that creates a thread that connects the various parts of the presented project, even though none of the shown works allows it to "touch" itself directly. The whole story, in its pastel-minimalist form, unfolds among the trees that permeate every space where I move. The variety of touch portrays the experience of the world of flora and the intimate relationship with this ubiquitous
and diverse tissue.

Semjon Contemporary

Berlin Mitte

04.02. – 04.03. In Shape. Dave Grossmann.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  urban art  Miscellaneous  Repro Form N°906, Dave Grossmann, 2023, Hammerschlaglack und Sprühlack auf Alu-Dibond, 40 x 30 cm, Photo: Dave Grossmann

04.02. – 04.03. In Shape. Dave Grossmann.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  urban art  Miscellaneous  Repro Form N°906, Dave Grossmann, 2023, Hammerschlaglack und Sprayfarbe auf Alu-Dibond, 40 x 30, Photo: Dave Grossmann

Starting from his artist's book "In SHAPE" of 2022 with 1000 geometric drawings, which are summarized as a compendium, these in turn serve as a matrix for further series of artworks, which differ in technique and material. From computer-milled relief to lacquer works on Alu-Dibond or fire drawings, they show a wealth of possibilities that spring from Dave Grossmann's analytical system and are also characterized by high craftsmanship. A concert for the senses is generated!

04.02. – 11.03. Senkrecht durch den Augenblick. Paco Knöller.  painting–drawing  Repro unter mir der himmel (Detail), Paco Knöller, 2022, Oil crayon and lacquer on wood, 120 × 336 × 6 cm, Photo: Jochen Littkemann

Vertical, as in right-side up or upside down. It may be a matter of perspective; a position in relation to something else. The title of Paco Knöller’s exhibition, “Senkrecht durch den Augenblick (Vertically through the Moment)”, indicates a direction, a relationship, a motion – a moving through. 

04.02. – 11.03. Narrativas Circulares. José Montealegre.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Love is a Forest of Its Own Making, José Montealegre, 2023, Plexiglass, wood, sheet metal, plastic tape, Paginá XX, Photo: Mathias Schormann

In “Narrativas Circulares”, Galerie Thomas Schulte presents an installation of recent works by José Montealegre in the Corner Space and adjacent window front. 

until 18.03. Interstellar. Sebastian Herzau.  painting–drawing  Repro the great below B. II-19 L., Sebastian Herzau, 2019, Acryl auf Leinwand, 160x140cm

At the beginning of the year, we are showing our first solo exhibition with the painter Sebastian Herzau, who was awarded the Halle Art Prize in his hometown of Halle in 2019.

Herzau's extensive oeuvre is largely concerned with the classical subjects of painting: landscape, portrait, still life. The treatment of these subjects, however, takes a very individual form and is spiced with the artist's typical humour.

GALERIE TAMMEN

Berlin Süd

03.02. – 18.03. "Moving Water". Anna Bogouchevskaia, Thomas Kleemann.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Blue First II, Thomas Kleemann, 2022, Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 190 x 190 cm

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Galerie Mutare

Berlin West

10.02. – 19.03. Beyond Noses. Michael Rott.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro o.T. (4) , Michael Rott, 2022, Öl/Leinwand

until 20.03. Abstract Writing. Hiroko Nakajima, K.O. Götz.  painting–drawing  Repro Hiroko Nakajima

Bermel von Luxburg Gallery x SAMURAI MUSEUM BERLIN

OPENING: 30.11.2022 from 7 to 9 pm

BvL is honored to curate the upcoming exhibition ABSTRACT WRITING at the prestigious SAMURAI MUSEUM BERLIN.

The exhibition ABSTRACT WRITING is about a dialogue between the Japanese artist Ms. HIROKO NAKAJIMA and the German abstract artist K.O. GÖTZ.

 

 

TVD ART Galerie

Berlin West

until 20.03. Aspekte 23. Ausgewählte Werke. Agate Apkalne, Krista Dzudzilo, Svitlana Galdetska, Valentyna Protsak, Paulis Postazs, Vineta Priste, Karkla, Elena Tarasenko, Vija Zarina.  painting–drawing  Repro Agate Apkalne, 1977 Riga – tätig ebd. The Tree of Soul, 2020 Öl auf Leinwand, signiert 200 x 200 cm

GALERIE HELLE COPPI

Berlin Mitte

04.02. – 23.03. Weites Land. Sibylle Prange, Michael Jastram, Robert Metzkes, Hans Scheib, Hubertus von der Goltz.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Altes Bad, Sibylle Prange, 2022, Öl auf Leinwand, 50 x 100 cm, Photo: S.Prange

Sprüth Magers

Berlin Mitte

until 25.03. Satellitensaal. Thomas Scheibitz.  painting–drawing  Repro Thornwell, Thomas Scheibitz, 2022, Photo: © Thomas Scheibitz / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022 Courtesy Sprüth Magers

10.02. – 25.03. Überall ist Alles. Gerd Rohling.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  Repro Weltbild 16, Gerd Rohling, 1989/99, Lack und Metallfolie auf Spanplatte, 201,5x201,5cm, Photo: Lea Gryze

10.02. – 25.03. Überall ist Alles. Gerd Rohling.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  Repro Peggy's Party , Gerd Rohling, 2001, Glasflasche, Likör, Metall und Acryl, 162x172cm, Photo: Jörg von Bruchhausen

10.02. – 25.03. Überall ist Alles. Gerd Rohling.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  Repro Peggy's Party , Gerd Rohling, 2001, Glasflasche, Likör, Metall und Acryl, Detail, Photo: Jörg von Bruchhausen

Galerie Michael Haas is pleased to present an extensive solo exhibition by Gerd Rohling (*1946 in Krefeld). Since his studies in the 1970s with professors Rolf von Bergmann and Karl Horst Hödicke in Berlin, Gerd Rohling has been equally devoted to object art and painting. Exemplary is his installation Wasser und Wein (Water and Wine) at the Venice Biennale curated by Harald Szeemann in 2001 and at the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin in 2003.

until 02.04. "im Bilde Sein". Achim Freyer - 70 Jahre Malerei.  painting–drawing  Photo: Foto: Achim Freyer Stiftung

The exhibition »Being in the Picture« in the GALLERY at KUNSTHAUS of ACHIM FREYER STIFTUNG presents the artistic oeuvre of Achim Freyer in select works from the 1960s to the present.

18.02. – 08.04. Motions of Matter. Stella Geppert, Mahdad Alizadeh, Gerhard Hoehme, László Lakner, Henri Michaux, Georges Noël.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  happening–performance

KANG CONTEMPORARY

Berlin Süd

Special event Berlin Art Week
02.02. – 14.04. Ruptured Myths of Present. Frank Jimin Hopp, Sara Umar.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Miscellaneous

Peculiar fruit, ceramic pigs, levitating women, and collapsing cakes. The artworks in Ruptured Myths of Present seem wondrous, in their eclectic assemblage of symbols and characters. Frank Jimin Hopp and Sara Umar pull the veil on the ever-present archetypes of society, some of which have existed for centuries while others are new actors who enter the stage.

until 15.04. Markus Weggenmann.  painting–drawing

15.02. – 16.04. good reason. Martin Colden, Franz Landspersky, Scott Pfaffman, Gregor Wiest.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works

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until 01.05. Paris Magnétique. 1905–1940. Sonia Delaunay, Marc Chagall, Amedeo Modigliani, Chaïm Soutine, Rudolf Levy, Chana Orloff, Jacques Lipchitz, Marevna (Maria Worobjowa), Léopold Gottlieb.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  Repro Portrait de Dédie, Amedeo Modigliani, 1918, Öl auf Leinwand, 92x60 cm, Photo: Centre Pompidou Paris, 1952 gespendet von Frau und Herr André Lefèvre

With "Paris Magnétique. 1905–1940", the Jewish Museum Berlin is presenting the first major exhibition in Germany devoted to the Jewish artists of the School of Paris. Featuring around 120 works in ten sections, the exhibition charts how migrant, often marginalized perspectives from the Parisian avant-garde have influenced today’s under­standing of Western modernist art.

03.03. – 04.05. Farmzucht. Zeichnungen von Marcel Teske. Marcel Teske.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  Repro Farmzucht, Marcel Teske, 2021, Tusche und Aquarell, 48 x 38 cm

25.03. – 20.05. Doppelausstellung. Robert Bosisio, Pius Fox.  painting–drawing  Repro Schwimmer, Pius Fox, 2022, Eitempera und Öl auf Papier auf Aluminium, 24x17cm

Fox's art moves between painting and drawing. His work is always in the area of tension between form and content, representational and abstract. Often appears more or less figuratively recognizable spatial situations or generally architectural elements.

There is hardly another way to approach Bosisio’s paintings than quietly and contemplatively. From a distance, a seemingly abstract composition often comes together to form a face or a figure.

SANDAU & LEO GALERIE

Berlin Mitte

06.04. – 03.06. Zitronenblau. Malerei, Zeichnung, Skulptur. Wolfgang Leber.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation

26.04. – 02.07. Es gibt das Rot nicht mehr. Michael Voges.  painting–drawing

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Gropius Bau

Berlin Süd

24.03. – 09.07. Rainbow Serpent (Version). Daniel Boyd.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  Repro Untitled (MLBATS), Daniel Boyd, 2021, Photo: © Kukje Gallery, Foto: Chunho An, courtesy: der Künstler und Kukje Gallery

Rainbow Serpent (Version) is the most comprehensive exhibition of Daniel Boyd’s artistic practice in Europe to date. It provides an overview of Boyd’s image-making that counters the colonial narrative of Australia’s history, engages transnational networks of resistance, Indigenous knowledge production and personal family histories, which he reflects in relation to the context and architecture of the Gropius Bau.

05.05. – 27.08. Ufo 1665. Die Luftschlacht von Stralsund.  painting–drawing  Repro Darstellung eines fantastischen Luftschiffs aus dem Hochzeitsfest Kaiser Leopolds I., Illustration aus: Sieg-Streit deß Lufft und Wassers Freuden-Fest, Wien, 1667, Photo: © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Kunstbibliothek

In April 1665, six fishermen witnessed an aerial battle in the skies above the Baltic Sea near Stralsund. As evening broke, a dark-grey disk appeared high above the city centre. With reference to contemporaneous visual and textual sources, this exhibition reconstructs the way this event was portrayed in the media over the years.

24.03. – 17.09. Christina Quarles.  painting–drawing  Repro Christina Quarles, Slick, 2022, Detail, Acryl auf Leinwand , Photo: © Christina Quarles, Courtesy die Künstlerin, Pilar Corrias, London und Hauser & Wirth

The confrontation between Quarles works and those from the collection provides a variety of entry points spanning six decades into the representation of the human body. The exhibition shows paintings and works on paper and also features a new, site-specific painting installation that Quarles has conceived especially for the show.

30.06. – 08.10. Centers of Dominance. Judit Reigl.  painting–drawing  Miscellaneous  Repro Judit Reigl, Center of Dominance, Detail, 1959, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie, geplante Schenkung Fonds de Dotation Judit Reigl , Photo: © Fonds de Dotation Judit Reigl

To commemorate the centenary of Judit Reigl’s birth of and the acquisition of a group of important paintings by this Hungarian-born French artist, the Neue Nationalgalerie will present her first-ever solo exhibition in a German museum.

09.09. – 21.10. Katrin Bremermann.  painting–drawing  Repro o.T. (XL2208), Katrin Bremermann, 2022, Lack auf gewachstem Papier, gerahmt unter Museumsglas, 82x59cm

Bremermann's paintings have a technical look at first glance. Each painting is dominated by one color, which is often a barely broken primary color such as a fresh yellow or a bright signal red. The clear, geometric color areas are sharply delineated and appear technical. A closer look, however, reveals that both the surface of the color and of the image carrier have a very complex structure.

until 17.12. Wir öffnen unsere Schränke. Rudolf Ausleger, Hermann Bachmann, Herbert Behrens-Hangeler, Marg Moll, Werner Scholz, uvm.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro o.T., Hermann Bachmann, 1950er Jahre, Mischtechnik auf Papier, 34,5 x 24,5 cm

Our new exhibition literally follows its title: We open our art cabinets and show works from the collection.

 

Gropius Bau

Berlin Süd

22.09. – 14.01. General Idea. Felix Partz, Jorge Zontal, AA Bronson.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  glass–light–textile art  audio–video art  Miscellaneous  Repro P is for Poodle, General Idea, 1983/89, Photo: © General Idea, Foto: General Idea Archives, Berlin, courtesy: die Künstler

Challenging both the art world and society at large, General Idea remain a lastingly influential artist group whose groundbreaking practice spans 25 years. In the most comprehensive retrospective on the trio ever produced, the Gropius Bau presents more than 200 works from the late 1960s to the early 1990s.

Gropius Bau

Berlin Süd

06.10. – 14.01. Spectres of Bandung. A Political Imagination of Asia-Africa.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  Miscellaneous  Repro La semeuse d'étoiles (Detail), Papa Ibra Tall, undated , Photo: courtesy: der Künstler, KADIST collection, Foto: Ilse Raps

In April 1955, representatives from 29 Asian and African states gathered in Bandung, Indonesia to enact shared goals and solidarity after decolonisation from historical colonial powers. Spectres of Bandung is a research-based exhibition exploring this first large-scale Asian-African Conference that can be considered a catalyst of already existing political and cultural affiliations.

27.05. – 08.07. Zeichnungsausstellung. Felix Baxmann.  painting–drawing  Repro o. T., Felix Baxmann, 2022, Mikropigmenttusche auf Millimeterpapier, 30x21cm

09.09. – 13.07. Zerreißprobe. Kunst zwischen Politik und Gesellschaft. Die Sammlung 1945 bis in die 1990er. Josef Albers, Joseph Beuys, Francis Bacon, Lee Bontecou, Rebecca Horn, Valie Export, Bruce Naumann, Wolfgang Mattheur, Louise Nevelson, Gerhard Richter, Bridget Riley, Willi Sitte.  painting–drawing  Miscellaneous  Repro Wolfgang Mattheuer, Brasker Landschaft, Detail, 1967, Photo: © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie / Roman März

Hardly any other era was so marked by division, rupture and transformation as the period after the Second World War. In light of this, the Neue Nationalgalerie has consciously chosen the title Extreme Tension for the upcoming presentation of its postwar collection. Taking the radical performance Zerreißprobe (Stress Test) by Günter Brus as its point of departure, the Neue Nationalgalerie will show how dramatically postwar art was shaped by the tensions that existed between politics and society