Genres

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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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.

until 23.02. Fotografien | 1960er Jahre. Pop-Up! Ausstellung im Camaro Haus. Wolfgang Kunz.  photography  Repro Selbstportrait, Wolfgang Kunz, 1964, Silvergelatine-Barytpapier , Photo: Wolfgang Kunz

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Robert Morat Galerie

Berlin Mitte

until 25.02. Lena Amuat, Zoë Meyer.  photography

Lena Amuat and Zoë Meyer present a photographic project on which they have worked for over twelve years and which includes hundreds of images. It shows the models, artifacts, natural specimens, as well as teaching objects from archives and collections of European universities and natural history museums whereby the photographs of the artists' duo reveal the relics of recent European intellectual reflection and a special way of understanding the world.

 

Robert Morat Galerie

Berlin Mitte

until 25.02. Artefakte und Modelle. Lena Amuat, Zoë Meyer.  photography  Repro Mathematisches Modell Nr. 138, 2018

The series “Artefakte und Modelle” by Lena Amuat and Zoë Meyer is a collection of objects that embody the human struggle for knowledge. Over twelve years in the making and numbering hundreds of images, the project inventories the models, artifacts, natural specimens and teaching objects that the two women have unearthed traveling to search through the archives and collections of European universities and natural history museums.

until 26.02. Unicef-Foto des Jahres 2022.  photography  Repro © Eduardo Soteras, Argentinien, AFP (Agence France Press)

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until 26.02. Haus der Ewigkeit. Jüdische Friedhöfe im mitteleuropäischen Kulturraum.  photography  Repro Jüdischer Friedhof Lwiw , Marcel- Th. Jacobs, 2019, Photo: Marcel- Th. Jacobs

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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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until 04.03. In der Natur suche ich die Ordnung. Monika von Boch.  photography  Repro Knüppelbild mit kurzen Balken,, Monika von Boch, 1958, Schwarzweißfotografie, 51 x 59 cm

In 1960, the Museum of Modern Art bought two of her landscape photographs: Monika von Boch was already one of the most important photographic artists of the post-war period who, with recourse to the "New Vision" and Bauhaus photography of the 1920s and 30s, focused on the artistic potential of the medium. She played a significant role in the renewal of creative and experimental photography.

Haus am Kleistpark

Berlin Süd

until 05.03. Time Loops. Anett Stuth.  photography  Repro Aus der Serie Remains: Object Elephant, Anett Stuth, 2004/202, Fine Art Print , 160 x 200 cm

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11.02. – 05.03. The Posthuman Condition. Boris Eldagsen.  sculpture–installation  photography  Miscellaneous  Repro The Conaisseur, Boris Eldagsen, 2022, KI-generierte Fotografie, Photo: Boris Eldagsen

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until 12.03. Kyiv Emerging.  photography  Repro In chains (Protected - during the war - Mykola Sviatosha, slavionic christian saint, monument in Kyiv), Andriy Nedzelnytskyi , 2022, o.A., Photo: Andriy Nedzelnytskyi

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until 12.03. Territorium. Fotografien von Milan Koch. Milan Koch.  photography

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mianki.Gallery

Berlin Süd

until 25.03. Versatzstücke. Marc Dittrich.  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  Repro Wandlung Shellhaus, Marc Dittrich, 2022, verwobene Laserprints, Holz, Papier, 230 x 110 x 40 cm (Ausschnitt), Photo: Marc Dittrich

For his photo sculptures, Marc Dittrich cuts his own photographs of modern skyscraper facades into fine strips and weaves them into new architectural surfaces. When the prints are interwoven, an offset is created in the motif, the original grid of the facade is shifted in itself. Material and motif combine to form a new architecture-like sculpture, a surreal hybrid of sober documentation and dynamic structure. This contrasts with the strict geometry of the original motifs.

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.

SANDAU & LEO GALERIE

Berlin Mitte

02.03. – 01.04. Die Mühle. Margret Hoppe.  photography  Repro o. T. (aus "Die Mühle) , Margret Hoppe , 2021/22, C-Print , 32 × 40 cm

02.03. – 01.04. Die Mühle. Margret Hoppe.  photography  Repro o. T. (aus "Die Mühle) , Margret Hoppe , 2021/22, C-Print , 32 × 40 cm

02.03. – 01.04. Die Mühle. Margret Hoppe.  photography  Repro o. T. (aus "Die Mühle) , Margret Hoppe , 2021/22, C-Print , 2x 80 x 100 cm

02.03. – 01.04. Die Mühle. Margret Hoppe.  photography  Repro o. T. (aus "Die Mühle) , Margret Hoppe , 2021/22, C-Print , 2x 100 x 80 cm

SANDAU & LEO GALERIE

Berlin Mitte

02.03. – 01.04. Landschaft & Bewegung. Berlin-Bilder 1986 - 1988. Kurt Buchwald.  photography  Repro BUC - Choriner Straße, Prenzlauer Berg (aus "Landschaft & Bewegung"), Kurt Buchwald , 1986, Fineart-Print, 24 x 30 cm

02.03. – 01.04. Landschaft & Bewegung. Berlin-Bilder 1986 - 1988. Kurt Buchwald.  photography  Repro Veteranenstraße, Berlin-Mitte (aus "Landschaft & Bewegung"), Kurt Buchwald , 1986, Fineart-Print, 24 x 30 cm

nüüd.berlin

Berlin Mitte

03.03. – 15.04. nature & destruction. Daniel & Geo Fuchs.  photography  Repro Jacques, Daniel & Geo Fuchs, 2016, Pigmentdruck, 108 x 241 cm

03.03. – 15.04. nature & destruction. Daniel & Geo Fuchs.  photography  Repro James, Daniel & Geo Fuchs, 2016, Pigmentdruck, 200 x 148 cm

03.03. – 15.04. nature & destruction. Daniel & Geo Fuchs.  photography  Repro Leni, Daniel & Geo Fuchs, 2015, Pigmentdruck, 218 x 324 cm

03.03. – 15.04. nature & destruction. Daniel & Geo Fuchs.  photography  Repro Barack, Daniel & Geo Fuchs, 2008, Pigmentdruck, 109 x 80 cm

03.03. – 15.04. nature & destruction. Daniel & Geo Fuchs.  photography  Repro Hermann, Daniel & Geo Fuchs, 2017, Pigmentdruck, 108 x 161 cm

In their series "nature & destruction", the international renowned artists deal with the opposite poles of aesthetics and destruction. On the one hand, nature in their works is a supposedly perfect reproduction of what man hopes for from it: an untouched beauty and giver of all resources and powers. On the other hand, man is confronted in nature with its destruction and encroachment. The viewers are to be touched and stimulated to further confrontation and reflection.

Galerie Pankow

Berlin Nord

until 16.04. Körpergesten und leibliche Zeichen. Gabriele Stötzer.  photography  Repro aus: Stegreifspiele, mit Birgit Bronnert, Gabriele Stötzer, 1982, Fotografie, Photo: Gabriele Stötzer

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.

Robert Morat Galerie

Berlin Mitte

04.03. – 13.05. when is a place. Bill Jacobson.  photography  Repro when is a place #134, 2018

On the occasion of the EMOP in spring 2023, ROBERT MORAT GALERIE is very happy to be able to present new, out-of-focus, black&white photographic works by American artist Bill Jacobson. 

17.03. – 21.05. Photoplatz c/o Hotel Bogota. 2006-2013.  photography  Repro "TV" aus der Serie Hotel Bogota Blues, Fred Hüning, 2013, o.a., Photo: Fred Hüning

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24.02. – 28.05. Chez Icke. Die Kneipe - ein paralleles Universum. Anna Lehmann-Brauns, Stefanie Schweiger, Friederike von Rauch.  photography  Repro Magendoktor, Friederike von Rauch und Stefanie Schweiger, 2022, Fine Art Print, Photo: Friederike von Rauch und Stefanie Schweiger

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Haus am Waldsee

Berlin Süd

03.02. – 29.05. Automatik. Margaret Raspé.  photography  audio–video art  Repro Alle Tage wieder – let them swing!, Margaret Raspé, 1974, super 8, colour, without sound, 20 min., film still, Photo: Courtesy the artist and Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin

In the spring of 2023, the Haus am Waldsee presents the first comprehensive retrospective of Berlin-based artist Margaret Raspé (b. 1933 in Breslau), who created a significant body of artistic work in the immediate vicinity of the Haus am Waldsee over the past five decades. In her practice, Raspé developed an ideosyncratic artistic language that considers life and art and their everyday conditions in unison.

24.02. – 30.07. Dreams Have No Titles. Zineb Sedira.  sculpture–installation  photography  Repro Zineb Sedira, Dreams Have No Titles, Venedig Biennale 2022, Set Design „Way of Life“, Photo: © Thierry Bal

Zineb Sedira's Dreams Have No Titles marks the international debut of the artist's project for the French Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale, which is being shown at Hamburger Bahnhof for the first time in Germany. Mixing film, sculpture, photography, and performance, the French-Algerian artist weaves together parts of her own biography with the history of cinemato-graphic co-productions and activist films within the context of France, Algeria and Italy.

24.03. – 20.08. Flashes of Memory. Fotografie im Holocaust. Yad Vashem.  photography  Repro Aryeh Ben-Menachem, Mendel Grossman fotografiert heimlich die Deportation von Juden aus dem Ghetto Łódź, Detail, o.J. , Photo: © Yad Vashem Archives

The Israeli Holocaust remembrance centre Yad Vashem is showing its much admired exhibition Flashes of Memory,which was first displayed in January 2018 in Jerusalem. It presents a critical account of visual documentation – both photographs and films ­– created during the Holocaust by German and Jewish photographers, as well as by members of the Allied forces during liberation.

Lothar Wolleh Raum

Berlin Mitte

Special event Berlin Art Week
01.03. – 22.12. René Magritte. Die letzten Portraits. Lothar Wolleh.  photography  Repro René and Georgette Magritte with their dog , Lothar Wolleh, 1967, Inkjet auf Baryta Papier, 38 x 38 cm , Photo: Lothar Wolleh

Special event Berlin Art Week
01.03. – 22.12. René Magritte. Die letzten Portraits. Lothar Wolleh.  photography  Repro René Magritte , Lotar Wolleh , 1967, Inkjet , 38 x 38 cm , Photo: Lothar Wolleh

In 1967, the Boymans-van Beuningen Museum in Rotterdam organized a retrospective exhibition dedicated to the Belgian artist René Magritte. Lothar Wolleh traveled to Brussels several times this year and visited the Magritte family in the run-up to the exhibition.

With his photographs, Lothar Wolleh created an intimate portrait of René Magritte's domestic life and his artistic practice. 

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.