Genres

Galerie Albrecht

Berlin West

until 19.05. Shrubs, Flowers and Decay. Zadok Ben-David, Tilyen Mucik.  sculpture–installation  photography  Repro Halophytes Salicornia europaea, Tilyen Mucik, 2021, Digitaldruck auf archival paper, Auflage 3, 30 x 40 cm

until 19.05. Shrubs, Flowers and Decay. Zadok Ben-David, Tilyen Mucik.  sculpture–installation  photography  Repro Unnamed, Zadok Ben-David, 2021, handbemalter Edelstahl, Plexiglas-Box, Unikat, 25 x 25 x 13 cm

In the exhibition Shrubs, Flowers, and Decay, the young photographer Tilyen Mucik (born in Ljubljana in 1995) discovers the variety and diversity of nature, and the sculptor Zadok Ben-David (born in Bayhan, Yemen in 1949) creates it by his own hand. Artificial and natural nature meet. 

nüüd.berlin

Berlin Mitte

until 21.05. Sur la table. Gemälde. Anna Tunikova.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Sur la table, Anna Tunikova, 202, Öl auf Leinwand, 90 x 90 cm, Photo: Anna Tunikova

until 21.05. Sur la table. Gemälde. Anna Tunikova.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Us, Anna Tunikova, 2022, Öl auf Leinwand, 160 x 120 cm, Photo: Anna Tunikova

until 21.05. Sur la table. Gemälde. Anna Tunikova.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Chair, Anna Tunikova, 2021, Öl auf Leinwand, 160 x 120 cm, Photo: Anna Tunikova

How does one find focus in a diffuse world, calm in times of unrest? In her first solo exhibition, SUR LA TABLE, Anna Tunikova, born in 1994 and and working and living in Berlin, addresses the big questions. For her examination of the present, the artist draws on the past and abstracts forms in her paintings that are reminiscent of the Stone Age. In this field of tension between the times, what the audience is looking for opens up to them: calm and focus.

until 21.05. Lost in Paradise. Bodo Korsig, Shingo Francis.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro Illumination (violet-emerald), Shingo Francis, 2022, Öl auf Leinwand, 53 x 53 cm

until 21.05. Lost in Paradise. Bodo Korsig, Shingo Francis.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro lost in paradise, Bodo Korsig, 2022, Öl auf Papier, 47 x 38 cm

until 22.05. Update 2022. Gruppenaustellung der Künslerinnen und Künstler des VBK. 79 Positionen der Künstlerinnen und Künstler des VBK.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography

Without a specific theme, UPDATE is a group exhibition in which the artists of the VBK express each year their individual positions in free artistic form. This year's exhibition gathers 79 perspectives, presenting at the same time the versatility of the concept of art and the diverse positions the members of the VBK have to offer.

until 28.05. Bildhauer. Wolfram Beck.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro Assemblage, Wolfram Beck, 1971, Edelstahl, Acryl, H 93 cm

As a sculptor, painter and lyricist, the Berlin artist Wolfram Beck (1930-2004) left behind an extensive and multifaceted oeuvre. In our presentation we show sculptures, assemblages, drawings and paintings. Beck was a master of aesthetic rigour and precision craftsmanship with a high sensitivity for the treatment of the respective material such as wood, steel, bronze, acrylic glass and stone. The exhibition presents sculptures, drawings and paintings from the 1960s to the 1990s.

until 04.06. Accurate Glitch. Five artists from the class of Prof. Thomas Scheibitz of the Dusseldorf Art Academy. Filip Gudović, Luc Palmer, Katharina Stadler, Andreas Steinbrecher, Denise Werth.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro details from left to right: KATHARINA STADLER, M., 2022, LUC PALMER, iniuria via 3, 2021, FILIP GUDOVIĆ, CUT N’RAVE, 2020, DENISE WERTH, Tide, 2021, ANDREAS STEINBRECHER, Zerbrochenes Schild, 2022

From April 22 to June 4, Jarmuschek + Partner presents five artists from the class of Prof. Thomas Scheibitz of the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf. Under the title "Accurate Glitch", paintings and three-dimensional works by Filip Gudović, Luc Palmer, Katharina Stadler, Andreas Steinbrecher and Denise Werth will be shown.

until 04.06. Works: 1970 - 1973. Allan McCollum.  sculpture–installation  Repro Susan Holtz, Allan McCollum, 1971, Canvas, dye, boat caulking, 228,6 x 228,6 cm, Photo: Courtesy of Allan McCollum and Petzel, New York

until 04.06. Your Fate. a collaborative project. Allan McCollum, Matt Mullican.  sculpture–installation

until 04.06. Textile Arbeiten. Sofie Dawo.  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro XII 1987 (Detail), Sofie Dawo, 1987, Weiße baumwolle und weißes Streichgarn, 140 x 115 cm, Photo: Stadtmuseum St. Wendel

Sofie Dawo's (1926-2010) textile works emerge predominantly from the material itself: its properties, its possibilities. To discover there is an artist whose works were long forgotten, who made an important contribution to concrete art with her experimental approach.

JRGallery

Berlin West

until 11.06. neuste Arbeiten. El Bocho.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  urban art  Repro Urban Love - Mudjahedin, El Bocho, 2022, Acryl auf Leinwand, 150 x 100 cm, Photo: El Bocho

Since El Bocho's transition from the street to the canvas, the JRGallery has regularly exhibited his latest work in solo exhibitions. Thanks to this long-term collaboration, the gallery is lucky to be the first place to present the latest developments in his work. Look forward to new works by the by now iconic Berlin street artist.
 

ifa-Galerie Berlin

Berlin Mitte

until 12.06. Gods Moving in Places. The Day Reader. Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc.  sculpture–installation  audio–video art  Repro Wacapou, a Prologue or a Room in My Mother’s House, Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc , 2018, Super8 film transfered to HD, 26mn

The second part of the exhibition "Gods Moving in Places. The Day Reader" will dive deeper into the relationship of  living landscapes to memories, histories and colonial trauma. Through the works of French-Guyanese artist Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc the exhibition will take the Amazonian forest of the Guiana Shield as a starting point to explore the interwoveness of times and place.

until 12.06. Kunst & Kooperation. Susanne Ring, Oliver Möst, Stefan Roigk, Daniela Fromberg, Elisa Dierson, Katja Marie Voigt.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  Repro Beside The Liquid Mirror, Daniela Fromberg & Stefan Roigk, 2011, Video Loop, 9"

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SANDAU & LEO GALERIE

Berlin Mitte

until 18.06. Neue Arbeiten. Sylvia Hagen, Ulrike Hahn.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Tanz, Sylvia Hagen, 2016/17, Bronze, 66 x 29 x 11 , Photo: Bernd Borchardt

until 18.06. Neue Arbeiten. Sylvia Hagen, Ulrike Hahn.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Arboretum, Ulrike Hahn, 2021, Öl auf Leinwand, 120 x 90 cm

Zitadelle Spandau

Berlin West

until 19.06. fünf plus x. Studierende der Szenografie hinterfragen Thoraks Bronze-Pferde für Hitlers Reichskanzlei. Hannah Beeck, Doruk Çiftçi, Noelia Contreras, Laura Lara, Lena Mehner, Andrea Palacios, Lara Scheuermann, Prapatsorn Sukkaset, Yasemin Tural.  sculpture–installation  audio–video art  Miscellaneous  Repro fünf plus x © Zitadelle Spandau | Grafik: studio lindhorst-emme+hinrichs

In cooperation with the Stadtgeschichtliches Museum Spandau, students of the master’s program “Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum” of the TU of Berlin have taken part in the project “Idea Seminar for the Expansion of the Exhibition: ‘Enthüllt. Berlin und seine Denkmäler’ in connection with Josef Thorak’s pacing horses'” in the winter semester 2021/22. They dealt with the development and testing of new forms of narrative spatial design.

until 19.06. pain/t/h/ing – ausser Haus. konzipiert von Elisabeth Sonneck und Stefanie von Schroeter.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro Berlin, 17. Februar 2022

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28.05. – 19.06. Klimakipppunkte. Dinos, Aliens und Elektroschrott. Tom Albrecht, Conrad Brockstedt, Barbara Czarnojahn, Lupe Codoy, Rosika Janko-Glage, Maria Korporal, Lina Schobel, Paul Reßl, Andrea Streit, Nancy Happ, Burchard Vossmann, Helga Wagner.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  audio–video art  Repro Maria Korporal

When dinosaurs meet aliens and bags of garbage, it can only be about one topic: climate change. The phenomenon is so complex that it permeates all areas of our lives. And without consistent and decisive countermeasures, all changes head to a critical point - the "tipping point" or Klimakipppunkt in German. In their works, the artists deal with the causes and effects of climate change.

until 25.06. Die Kunst des Vergessens - die Kunst des Erinnerns. Hoa Dung Clerget, Lucas Gabellini-Fava, Mohamed Lekleti, Fatiha Zemmouri.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  Repro Fragility, Fatiha Zemmouri, 2022, Textilcollage auf Papier , 30 x 30 cm, Photo: Fatiha Zemmouri

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mianki.Gallery

Berlin Süd

until 25.06. Weisst du was?=Freitag. Claudia Kallscheuer.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Miscellaneous  Repro Kissen_LOVE..., Claudia Kallscheuer, 2022, Nessel, Baumwolle, Stickerei, Füllwatte und Fäden, 36 x 30 cm, Photo: Nikolaus Fürcho

Claudia Kallscheuer has an unusual way of expressing art – writing and drawing using the sewing machine, embroidery and sewing and sometimes just leaving threads hanging. Highlighting little things as valuable, things we mostly no longer appreciate. Claudia Kallscheuer transports the seemingly inconsequential, processual, repetitive, linked with calculated chaotic thread. The works obtain strong relevance through the implementation of embroidery.

until 26.06. Replace the Space. Noa Heyne, John von Bergen.  sculpture–installation  Repro City spread its limbs 2, Noa Heyne, 2019, mixed media, Photo: Noa Heyne

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06.07. – 10.07. art Karlsruhe. Ruo Bing Chen, Steffen Diemer, Sylvie Enjalbert, Silke Leverkühne, Zoran Minić, Michael Toenges, Peter Tollens.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Wolken, von rechts unten nach links oben , Silke Leverkühne, 1998, Eitempera auf Leinwand, 160 x 130 cm

JRGallery

Berlin West

17.06. – 12.07. Marquettes and outdoor monumentals. Mia Fonassagrives Solow.  sculpture–installation  Repro Eggplomb, Mia Fonssagrives Solow , 2016, Black enamel on Fiberglass, 244 x 76 x 120 cm , Photo: Mia Fonssagrives Solow

Mia Fonssagrives Solow is an established and internationally celebrated artist. As the daughter of renowned photographer Fernand Fonssagrives and iconic super model Lisa Fonssagrives, as well as the step-daughter of fashion photographer Irving Penn, Mia was born into and molded by a world of art and design. She continues to build upon this legacy as a celebrated sculptor. Fonssagrives Solow has exhibited work throughout the U.S. and been published in Elle, Harper's Bazaar and Artnet.

17.06. – 15.07. Modewelten / Fashion Worlds. Stephan Hann.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  glass–light–textile art  Repro Ausstellungsansicht, Stephan Hann

25.06. – 17.07. Konvergenzen - Divergenzen.  sculpture–installation

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17.06. – 22.07. Solo. John Cornu.  sculpture–installation  Repro Untitled, John Cornu, 2016, Metal, 70 x 100 cm

French artist John Cornu works with an aesthetic inherited from minimalism and modernism (monochromy, seriality, modularity), while maintaining a strong relation to context (historical, architectural, societal) and a form of contemporary romanticism (a penchant for degradation, blindness, violence, and destruction).

 

CONRADS

Berlin West

18.06. – 23.07. konkret. werke seit 1970. Diet Sayler.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro Studio, Diet Sayler, 2021, Photo: Galerie

18.06. – 23.07. konkret. werke seit 1970. Diet Sayler.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro Inst. Neues Museum Nürnberg, Diet Sayler, 2021, Wandmalerei, variabel, Photo: Conrads

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Galerie Mutare

Berlin West

17.06. – 30.07. Skulptur und Videoinstallation. Jan Luis Gottwald.  sculpture–installation  audio–video art  Repro bird blue, Jan Luis Gottwald

Migrant Bird Space

Berlin Mitte

25.06. – 06.08. Intermediate. Yuya Suzuki.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  audio–video art  Repro Garbled Letter, Yuya Suzuki, 2021, Acrylic Board, 100 X 82 cm

SANDAU & LEO GALERIE

Berlin Mitte

23.06. – 13.08. Momentum Wirklichkeit. Harald Metzkes, Elrid Metzkes, Robert Metzkes.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  glass–light–textile art

20.07. – 13.08. Ocean Stories. Malerei, Skulptur, Zeichnung. Albrecht Genin.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro o.T., Albrecht Genin, 2011, Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 50x60cm

07.07. – 18.08. Rainer Kurka und Carsten Kaufhold. Rainer Kurka, Carsten Kaufhold.  sculpture–installation

Hilleckes Gallery

Berlin West

until 20.08. "Be the presence that puts realities into autocorrect". Emotionale Wärmefelder. Barbara Anna Husar.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  happening–performance  Repro Skins of Life, Barbara Anna Husar, 2021, Mischtechnik auf Rettungsdecken

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nüüd.berlin

Berlin Mitte

22.07. – 20.08. Nuit 2.0. Bo Larsen, Marco Kaufmann, Daniela Finke, u.a.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  Repro Berghain II, Bo Larsen, 2020, Öl auf Leinwand, 140 x 200 cm, Photo: Bo Larsen

After two epically long pandemic years, we long for a summer of new freedoms and nights of revelry. But can we break out of the rehearsed crisis mode, of loneliness and emptiness, and surrender again to life, to sensuality that has become uncanny? Or do we have to think of the next morning and the busyness and distances of the day even in the liberating night? Artists of the gallery seek, find and give inspiration.

until 21.08. Friendship. Nature. Culture. 44 Jahre Daimler Art Collection. Werke der Sammlung 1920–2021. Heba Y. Amin, John M. Armleder, Willi Baumeister, Hicham Berrada, Mbali Dhlamini, Haris Epaminonda, Isabell Heimerdinger, Dayanita Singh, Guy Tillim, Franz Erhard Walther, uvm.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art

The anniversary exhibition ›Friendship. Nature. Culture. 44 Years of the Daimler Art Collection‹ looks back on the development of an internationally renowned corporate collection. From over 3,000 artworks in the collection, founded in 1977, about 100 works by ca. 70 artists have been selected. Relating, in a broad sense, to contemporary phenomena in the context of friendship, nature and culture, the artistic works form networks and explore the interplay between art and human coexistence.

02.07. – 21.08. Forcierte Relikte. Kuratiert von SALVE Berlin.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Miscellaneous  Repro Forcierte Relikte, SALVE Berlin, 2022

Relic: remnant from a past time, or remnant from a previous of a former state, indicates being left behind, abandoned (Latin: rēlinquere). The curated works show traces of something greater or something that has disappeared. In doing so, the art production imitates, on the one hand, traces of past epochs. On the material plays an essential role. As a medium used are used: quotes, collage, installation, sculpture, drawing, film, textile works.

06.08. – 21.08. Die Neuen 2022. Michael Heyers, Kama Jackowska, Michael Koch, Matthias Leeck, Fumiari Ogawa, Kirstin Rabe, Katrin Salentin, Ulrike Martha Zimmermann.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography

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PalaisPopulaire

Berlin Mitte

until 22.08. Opera Opera. Allegro ma non troppo. Contemporary Art from the MAXXI Collection.  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  happening–performance  Repro Quadro di fili elettrici, Michelangelo Pistoletto, 1967, Photo: Patrizia Tocci

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until 22.08. Tectonic Tender. Nina Canell.  sculpture–installation  Repro Muscle Memory (7 Tonnes), Nina Canell, 2022, Hardscaping material from marine molluscs, Photo: Robin Watkins

Nina Canell’s artistic practice deals with process, transformation and material agency. It does not revolve around the finished artwork, instead foregrounding synergy, entanglement and unpredictability. Her work is recognised for its experimental nature and its questioning of matter as inert, dead or instrumentalised. It is the overlapping trajectories of energetics, material vitalities and spatio-durational convergences that bring the work into existence.

GALERIE HELLE COPPI

Berlin Mitte

23.06. – 25.08. Profil zeigen. Katharina Gerold.  sculpture–installation

mianki.Gallery

Berlin Süd

01.07. – 27.08. mianki & friends. Marc Dittrich, Silke Katharina Hahn, Halfa, Tina Heuter, Jakob Kupfer, Christophe Laudamiel, Ev Pommer, Katharina Schnitzler, Constanze Vogt, u. a.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography

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until 28.08. Barbara Kruger.  sculpture–installation  Repro Untitled (Blind idealism is ...), Barbara Kruger, 2016, Wandgemälde, High Line, New York , Photo: © Courtesy of the artist, Friends of the High Line, and Sprüth Magers / Timothy Schenck

03.07. – 28.08. Reset. Stipendiat*innen der Krull Stiftung 2021/22. Ronny Lischinski, Ya-Wen Fu, Konrad Mühe, Stella Meris, Manaf Halbouni.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  happening–performance

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13.07. – 04.09. To Protect Us From What We Seek. Lucia Kempkes.  sculpture–installation

05.07. – 11.09. Dreidimensional. Skulpturale Kunst. Lukas Liese, Zoë Claire Miller, Mary-Audrey Ramirez.  sculpture–installation

Galerie Sievi

Berlin Süd

19.08. – 18.09. Trois Chemins / Drei Wege. Darko Lesjak, Olivier Messas, Berit Christina Weiss.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Grüne kristalline Formen 3, Darko Lesjak, 2011, Pastell und Graphitkohle auf Papier, 42 x 30 cm

20.07. – 01.10. Simply The Best. Patricia Waller.  sculpture–installation

SANDAU & LEO GALERIE

Berlin Mitte

18.08. – 08.10. Neue Arbeiten. Michael Jastram, Denise Richardt.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro La grazia sul cavallo, Michael Jastram, 2019, Bronze, 20 x 20 x 8 , Photo: Bernd Borchardt

18.08. – 08.10. Neue Arbeiten. Michael Jastram, Denise Richardt.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Weg nach oben, Denise Richardt, 2022, Eitempera auf Leinwand, 75 x 100 cm

until 30.10. 280 °C. HaL-Hofskulptur #7. Monika Goetz.  sculpture–installation  Repro 280 °C, Monika Goetz

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mianki.Gallery

Berlin Süd

Ulrich Haug's works are image and object. They are plan and rectangular – thus reminiscent of the contours of paintings. At the same time, they unfold an object-like and sculptural presence in space.

25.11. – 09.01. Klassenfragen. Kunst und ihre Produktionsbedingungen.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  urban art  Repro "an artist who cannot get funding is no artist“, public intervention on Dudenstrasse 15, Berlin, June 2021, after Mladen Stilinović and Anca Benera and Arnold Estefan, Vlad Brăteanu, 2021, acrylic on artificial silk, 153 x 253 cm

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Semjon Contemporary

Berlin Mitte

until 05.03. X : Y – KioskShop berlin (KSb). ein Gesamtkunstwerk. Semjon H. N. Semjon.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  photography  urban art  Miscellaneous

"KioskShop berlin (KSb)" by H. N. Semjon has shaped the face of central Berlin for 11 years from 2000 to 2011. The white shop as a minimalist work of art that connects the art and retail world. The strangely remote "Product Sculptures" from everyday goods, with a painterly structured white beeswax coat, seem to have stopped time. Nicolas Berggruen's Holding kills him. The great collector pretends to be ignorant, or is it.