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galerie probst

Berlin West

until 23.10. offbeat. aus dem Rhythmus. Julia Sossinka.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  Repro gallery installation view, Julia Sossinka, 2021, Photo: Annette Gericke

until 23.10. offbeat. aus dem Rhythmus. Julia Sossinka.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  Repro gallery installation view, Julia Sossinka, 2021, Photo: Annette gericke

until 23.10. offbeat. aus dem Rhythmus. Julia Sossinka.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  Repro o.T., Julia Sossinka, 2018, Öl auf Leinwand, 180 x 80 cm, Photo: Julia Sossinka

until 23.10. offbeat. aus dem Rhythmus. Julia Sossinka.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  Repro o.T. , Julia Sossinka , 2021, Öl auf Leiwand , 30 x 24 cm , Photo: Annette gericke

until 23.10. offbeat. aus dem Rhythmus. Julia Sossinka.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  Repro melody of growth III, Julia Sossinka , 2021, Collage, Schelllacktusche auf Papierriss, 90 x 70 cm , Photo: Carsten Beier

 

mianki.Gallery

Berlin Süd

until 23.10. Difference of Waiting. Gefördert von Neustart Kultur, Stiftung Kunstfonds. Tina Heuter.  sculpture–installation  Repro difference of waiting #2, Tina Heuter, 2020, Bronze, Beton, Glas, 30 cm (38 cm), Photo: Nikolaus Fürcho

Tina Heuter concentrates on moods, expressions and situations, yet without getting lost in detail. These sentiments are by no means in your face, however, or even striking. Due to the rough surface, which denotes a skilful combination of facial expressions, gestures and posture, Tina Heuter succeeds in telling stories through her sculptures.

until 24.10. HaL-Hofskulptur #6. Rebound Rotation. Tilman Wendland, Susanne Lorenz.  sculpture–installation

In the garden of the Haus am Lützowplatz, remodeled in the late 1980s, on a square field in the center of the courtyard lies a capsule composed of trampolines. The jumping sheets of the one-person sports equipment are directed inside, an arrangement in which no one can jump. Impact and rebound as endless rotation?
Simultaneous to the collaborative work HaL-Hofskulptur #6 at HaL, Lorenz and Wendland show their exhibition Rotation Rebound at the Haus der IG Metall.

until 29.10. Splitter Faser Akt. Katerina Belkina, Tobias Deicke, Rainer Ehrt, Inge H. Schmidt, Claudia Hauptmann, Marc Junghans, Rainer Kurka, Benjamin und Dominik Reding, Michael H. Rohde, Peter Schulz Leonhardt, Monika Schulz-Fieguth, Marcel Teske, Sandra Vater, Sabine Wild.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  Repro Hip I, Marc Junghans, 2014, Fotografie

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until 30.10. Shapes and Shadows. Claudia Doderer.  graphic–paper works  Repro shadows no. 4, Claudia Doderer, 2021, Paper work, 11 x 41 cm

Galerie Pugliese Levi is delighted to present the first solo show in Berlin with recent paper works by artist and scenographer Claudia Doderer.

Though the base material is still the model board of earlier days, slightly colored, layered in so many different shades of white, what is of interest to Claudia Doderer today is the little, the pure, the contours, the shadow, the cautiously unwieldy, the quiet resistances.” (Gertrud Leutenegger, 2020)

until 30.10. Fleischmann. Sven Marquardt, Nicholas Mockridge, Esther Perbandt.  photography  Repro aus der Serie: "Fleischmann", Mockridge / Marquardt /Perbandt, 2016/21, FineArt HM Baryta-Print, 180 x 120 cm, Photo: Sven Marquardt

"Fleischmann" is a collaboration between Sven Marquardt, Esther Perbandt and Nicholas Mockridge, creating a series of scenes with film and theater legend Volker Spengler: mise-en-scènes inspired by Christian mythology. Marquardt designed the image composition and lighting, director and interdisciplinary artist Mockridge conceived the dramatic setting based on Spengler's oeuvre, and fashion designer Perbandt created 15 costumes for the production.

until 31.10. In The First Place. Elín Jakobsdóttir.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  audio–video art  Repro Body Split Constellation, Elín Jakobsdóttir, 2020, oil on canvas, 200 x 180 cm, Photo: Courtesy Elín Jakobsdóttir

Elín Jakobsdóttir's solo exhibition, curated by Christine Nippe, is entitled "In the First Place" and goes back to the artist's biographical origins. The Icelandic-born artist's childhood home was buried in the ashes of a volcanic eruption. Themes concerning the power and beauty of nature are woven into the artworks. Elín Jakobsdóttir's ouevre is characterised by strong poetics and intensity with references to the unconscious.
 

until 31.10. AArtist in Residence - Represented by Zilberman. Isaac Chong Wai. 

until 31.10. Make it Home. Göran Gnaudschun, Andy Heller, Oliver Krebs, Minna Rainio, Mark Roberts, Alec Soth, Juliane Zelwies.  photography  Repro ohne Titel, Oliver Krebs, 2014, Fotografie, 40x60cm, Photo: Oliver Krebs

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Haus am Kleistpark

Berlin Süd

until 31.10. Junimond. Fotografien von Anna Lehmann-Brauns.  photography  Repro Sputnik Kino, Berlin, Anna Lehmann-Brauns, 2006, 100 x 100cm

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until 31.10. New Normal - Normalität und künstlerische Arbeit. Tendenzen – Prozesse – Strategien. Sara Assadi, Ulrike Flaig, Angelika Frommherz, Mirija Gastaldi, Andrea Imwiehe Andrea Imwiehe, Nancy Jesse, Jürgen Kellig, Matthias Stuchtey, Sasa Tatic, Lan.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  photography  audio–video art  Repro Europa 2020, Sara Assadi, 2020, Malerei, Photo: Sara Assadi

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until 06.11. Zum 80. Geburtstag: Ich überhole mich selbst. Neue Arbeiten auf Leinwand. Reinhard Metz.  painting–drawing  Repro Blauer Elefant, Reinhard Metz, 2019, Acryl auf Leinwand, 120x100 cm, Photo: Rainer Bär

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until 07.11. Scratching the Surface. Werke aus der Sammlung der Nationalgalerie, der Friedrich Christian Flick Collection im Hamburger Bahnhof und Leihgaben.  Repro Anthropocentrism Series: I am a Technocrat, Detail, Rhonda Roland Shearer, 1990, Photo: Friedrich Christian Flick Collection im Hamburger Bahnhof © Rhonda Roland Shearer / Seth Joel

Zitadelle Spandau

Berlin West

until 14.11. Im Gleichgewicht und in Bewegung. Kinetische Skulpturen auf den Wällen von Spandau. Michael Hischer.  sculpture–installation  Miscellaneous  Repro Kinetische Skulptur, WV, © Michael Hischer, 2017 , Aluminium, Edelstahl, silber eloxiert, 269 / 335 cm, Photo: Michael Hischer

Over the summer months, Michael Hischer's kinetic large-scale sculptures turn the citadel into an outdoor art space. 20 works from a multi-year cycle will be shown.

They are designed for the outside space, the wind moves them and allows them to be recognized as kinetic sculptures. The movement of its elements is left to chance due to the weather. In this way, time is inscribed in the sculptures and not only made tangible as four-dimensional objects.

until 14.11. Mit eigenem Blick. Ehemalige Student*innen der früheren Meisterklasse Achim Freyer an der Universität der Künste Berlin (1976-1999).  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  Miscellaneous

until 14.11. Mit eigenem Blick. Ehemalige Student*innen der früheren Meisterklasse Achim Freyer an der Universität der Künste Berlin (1976-1999).  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  Miscellaneous

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until 21.11. Redemption Now. Yael Bartana.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  Repro Stand­bild aus Malka Germania, Auftrags­arbeit für das Jüdische Museum Berlin, Yael Bartana, 2021

From 26 April 2021, the Jewish Museum Berlin will present Yael Bartana: Redemption Now. This large-scale solo exhibition of the contemporary artist investigates the power of imagination and art’s redemptive potential. For more than twenty years, Bartana has been inquiring into grand historical narratives that help to constitute national and other collective identities.

The show brings together more than fifty works, including video installations, photographs, and neon works.

until 31.12. Utopie Kulturforum. Transformation eines Stadtviertels.  Repro Blick vom Landwehrkanal in die Matthäikirchstraße. Im Hintergrund die Kirche St. Matthäus. Aufnahme 1930er Jahre, Photo: © Bildarchiv Foto Marburg

Zitadelle Spandau

Berlin West

until 09.01. Jein danke!. Spandau und die Gründung von Groß-Berlin 1920.  Miscellaneous  Repro Einladungskarte "Jein danke" Stadtgeschichtliches Museum Spandau, Sven Lindhorst-Emme, 2020

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until 16.01. In a Perpetual Now. Rosa Barba.  Repro From Source to Poem, Rosa Barba , 2016, Film still, 35mm film, color, optical sound, 12 min, Photo: © Rosa Barba

PalaisPopulaire

Berlin Mitte

until 07.02. Ways of Seeing Abstraction. Works from the Deutsche Bank Collection.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  photography  Repro WP 412, Rana Begum, 2020, Zeichnung mit Pauspapier, 45 x 70 cm

Aspects of contemporary abstract art, coupled with historical reminiscences, are the focus of the third exhibition showcasing works from the Deutsche Bank Collection at the PalaisPopulaire. The selection includes some 180 works from 1959 to 2021. In keeping with the collection as a whole, the works on view are globally oriented, created by 51 artists from fourteen countries. 

until 13.02. Minimal/ Maximal. Alexander Calder.  Repro Têtes et queue, Alexander Calder, 1965, Stahl, Bolzen, Farbe, 550 x 470 x 330 cm / 216 1/2 x 185 x 130, Photo: © 2021 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / Foto: Stephanie von Becker

until 29.05. 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.

until 02.07. Die Kunst der Gesellschaft 1900–1945. Sammlung der Nationalgalerie.  Repro Potsdamer Platz, Detail, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, 1914, Photo: © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie / Jörg P. Anders

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