Genres

until 02.07. 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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Bode Projects

Berlin Süd

until 10.07. Subversive/Art. Kudzanai Chiurai, Roberto Diago, Bonolo Cavula, u.a.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Miscellaneous  Repro Untitled 1, Bonolo Kavula, 2022, Shweshwe, thread, wood, 84 x 65 x 1.5 cm, Photo: Dominique Suberville

Special event Berlin Art Week
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

until 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.

until 16.07. Objects of Desire / Objekte der Begierde. Stephan Hann.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  glass–light–textile art  Repro Ausstellungsansicht, Stephan Hann

until 16.07. Objects of Desire / Objekte der Begierde. Stephan Hann.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  glass–light–textile art  Repro Aurevoir, Stephan Hann, 2014, 80 x 170 cm

until 16.07. Objects of Desire / Objekte der Begierde. Stephan Hann.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  glass–light–textile art  Repro Blaues Quadrat, Stephan Hann, 2019, 70 x 70 cm

For 35 years, Stephan Hann has been concerned with the demise and survival of materials. Long before the appreciative view of people and materials had even reached the consciousness of many. And yet we are still faced with the question of how a new appreciation, a desire, a craving for something seen as worthless can arise.

until 17.07. Konvergenzen - Divergenzen. Hans-Jürgen Gabriel, Hella Horstmeier, Joax, Regina Roskoden-Ikels, Robert Schmidt-Matt.  sculpture–installation

On display are primarily the three dimensional works of five sculptors and/or object artists. For this exhibition larger exhibits will be presented in the garden grounds of the art association. Accompaning them, two dimensional works will be presented in the gallery as the the artists see fit.

until 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

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

until 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

until 30.07. Multimediale Installation (Skulptur und Animation) mit Klanglandschaften von Paul Behnam. Jan Luis Gottwald.  sculpture–installation  audio–video art  Repro Turquoise Bird | Draht, Styropor, Naturmaterialien, Bienenwachs, Aluminium, Plastik | 15 x 30 cm | 2022, Jan Luis Gottwald, 2022, Draht, Styropor, Naturmaterialien, Bienenwachs, Aluminium, Plastik , 15 x 30 cm

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Migrant Bird Space

Berlin Mitte

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

02.07. – 12.08. Atlantes & Cariatides. John Cornu.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Atlantes et Cariatides, John Cornu, 2021, Skulptur, Holz, Tusche, Wachs, 35 x 30 x 40 cm, Photo: John Cornu

French artist John Cornu (*1976) 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). Whether sculptural, pictorial, or installation-based, they blend paradoxical forces, setting up a multiplicity of meanings and readings.

SANDAU & LEO GALERIE

Berlin Mitte

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

until 13.08. Von allen Seiten - die unentwegte Mitte. Hans-Hendrik Grimmling, Jörg Bach.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Hans-Hendrik Grimmling in seinem Atelier

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

galerie probst

Berlin West

07.07. – 18.08. many titles. Gruppenausstellung.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro Baltikum, Erik Schubert, 2022, Malerei, Öl auf Leinwand , 100 x 80 cm

07.07. – 18.08. many titles. Gruppenausstellung.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro Palmenzweig, Viktoria Meiler, 2022, Malerei, Öl auf Leinwand , 40 x 30 cm

07.07. – 18.08. many titles. Gruppenausstellung.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro o.T., Elisa Lohmüller , 2021, Glycerin, Stärke, Wasser, Essig, Pigment auf Holz, 140 x 100 cm

07.07. – 18.08. many titles. Gruppenausstellung.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro Schrebergarten der Lüste, Carl Hugo Hahn, 2022, Malerei, Acryl auf Leinwand , 225 x 335 cm

With the exhibition many titles, galerie probst is presenting this summer a group show in which seven young artists, each with an individual focus and form of expression, enter into dialogue for the first time. On display are figurative, abstract and monochrome works from the genres of painting, mixed media and sculpture. As the title suggests, there is not one overarching theme, but many, or at least seven, resulting from the sum of the artistic positions.

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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until 20.08. The Peacock Machine. Rebecca Horn.  sculpture–installation  Repro Pfauenmaschine (Peacock Machine), Rebecca Horn, 1982, Aluminum, steel, motor, h = 200, Ø 560 cm | h = 78 3/4, Ø 220 1/2 in, Photo: Stefan Haehnel

Once, Rebecca Horn placed her Peacock Machine inside a classicist temple on an island in a park. The artist created this large mechanical sculpture in 1982 for documenta 7 in Kassel. For the 40th anniversary, the artwork will be on display in the Corner Space of Galerie Thomas Schulte. 

until 20.08. Fred Sandback.  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  Repro Untitled (Sculptural Study, Mikado), Fred Sandback, 1993 / 2019, Yarn, Spatial relationships established by the artist; dimensions vary with each installation

Galerie Thomas Schulte is pleased to present the second exhibition of sculptures and works on paper by Fred Sandback. Interactive and transparent as they are, his sculptures, which are made of yarn stretched between two fixed points, are basically outlines that develop their presence in space and can be physically experienced – as "a drawing that is habitable”, as Sandback once said.

07.07. – 20.08. Sonntagmorgen. Rainer Kurka, Carsten Kaufhold.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Loops, Rainer Kurka, 2017, Terrakotta, farbig gefasst, 76 x 39 x 33 cm, Photo: Rainer Kurka

07.07. – 20.08. Sonntagmorgen. Rainer Kurka, Carsten Kaufhold.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  Repro Straße am Sonntag, Carsten Kaufhold, 2022, Acryl auf Leinwand, 70 x 50 cm, Photo: Christine Knauber

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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

until 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, Maija Kurševa, Christophe Laudamiel, Ev Pommer, Katharina Schnitzler, Constanze Vogt.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  Repro Black Line.Mirror, Maija Kurseva, 2022, Gouache, Acryl auf Papierausschnitten, 32 x 19 cm (Papier A3), Photo: Foto: Maija Kurseva, courtesy: Galerie Māksla XO

Summer is coming and with it the time for our exhibition series mianki & friends in which we show the artists of the gallery once a year who are not represented with a solo exhibition in the respective exhibition year. This year we have invited the artist Maija Kurseva from Riga, who caught our eye at the Ma–ksla XO Gallery, Riga. Look forward to the individual positions and the dialogue in juxtaposition with each other.

Sprüth Magers

Berlin Mitte

02.07. – 27.08. Opaque Surfaces. Michail Pirgelis.  sculpture–installation  Repro Nature Study III, Michail Pirgelis, 2021, Photo: © Michail Pirgelis

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

ifa-Galerie Berlin

Berlin Mitte

until 18.09. Spheres of Interest*. *nach Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt. Isaac Chong Wai, Lizza May David, Wilhelm Klotzek, Ofri Lapid, Adrien Missika, Gitte Villesen.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  audio–video art  happening–performance  Repro Spheres of Interest, Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt, 1975, Zincography, 21 × 29.5 cm, Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Chert Lüdde, Berlin

The historic idiosyncrasies and structures of the ifa art collection, and its composition specifically via the partial preservation of the collection that once belonged to the German Democratic Republic’s (GDR) Zentrum für Kunstausstellungen all become opportunities for a collaborative artistic-curatorial investigation. The artists interrogate the collection based on their own “Spheres of Interest”, searching for overlaps, parallels, and omissions.

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

Galerie Hartwich Rügen

Außerhalb Berlins

02.07. – 24.09. NOUVELLE VAGUE Die Sommerschau. Mette Björnberg, Martin Dammann, Veronika Dobers, Sven Drühl, Slawomir Elsner, Christian Henkel, Markus Huemer, Michael Johansson, Aneta Kajzer, Matthias Kanter, Hans Knospe, Malene Landgreen, Jeewi Lee, Jan Muche, Tina Maria Nielsen, Gudrun Petersdorff, Mette Björnberg, Martin Damman, Veronika Dobers, Sven Drühl, Slawomir Elsner, Christian Henkel, Markus Huemer, Michael Johansson, Aneta Kajzer, Matthias Kanter, Hans Knospe, Malene Landgreen, Jeewi Lee, Jan Muche, Tina Maria Nielsen, Gudrun Petersdorff, Luzia Simons, Dan Stockholm, Christian Thoelke, Daniel Maria Thurau, Maik Wolf, Annett Zinsmeister.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  Repro Kleine Blenderin, Martin Dammann, Aquarell, gerahmt 57,5 x 57,5 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.