Posts with tag Berlin

Exhibitions

Ugo Rondinone – Burn Shine Fly

On the occasion of the 59th La Biennale di Venezia,
the Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista presents a major solo exhibition of work by…

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Paul Hutchinson

In his photographic practice and in his writing, Paul Hutchinson (*1987 in Berlin, GER) considers phenomena of modern day urban life such as contemporary youth…

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Rebecca Horn – Bee’s Planetary Map

As part of this year’s Gallery Weekend Berlin, Galerie Thomas Schulte presents a solo exhibition by Rebecca Horn. Alongside Horn’s recent works, the gallery is…

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Endnote, yellow – Ian Kiaer

For his second solo exhibition at Galerie Barbara Wien, Ian Kiaer brings together several works he has been developing and adjusting over a period of…

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John Coplans & Michael Schmidt – The Lingering Drama of the Body

This exhibition brings together the work of two artists who’s photographic oeuvres challenge normative representations of the human body and lay bare a corporality that…

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Reijiro Wada – Embraced Void

The exhibition brings together works from three distinct, but related series which point to various philosophical, sociological, and art historical aspects of the “void”.

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Andrew Grassie – Still Frame

Entitled ‘Still Frame’ the exhibition includes 24 new paintings. Both title and number of paintings obliquely acknowledge the conceptual affinity to cinematic story-telling that informs the new…

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Sinta Werner

Sinta Werner’s work deals with the relationship between reality and image, two- and three-dimensionality, and the connection between digital and analogue space. In her photographic…

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Martin Kähler – Campo

“WHEN I STATE THAT I AM AN ANARCHIST, I MUST ALSO STATE THAT I AM NOT AN ANARCHIST IN ORDER TO BE IN KEEPING WITH…

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John Miller – An Elixir of Immortality

The Schinkel Pavillon is pleased to present An Elixir of Immortality – a long overdue Berlin survey of the work of the internationally acclaimed artist,…

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Calla Henkel and Max Pitegoff

In my eyes, the core of Calla and Max’s work is the idea of community and shared experience. It examines the ways in which these…

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Carlo Benvenuto

Carlo Benvenuto’s research is determined by the desire of communicating as little as possible. The artist works at home, with his furniture and belongings, reducing…

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