The Bastian family are to establish a new gallery space in Berlin Dahlem, Taylorstraße. With construction already underway, the opening of the gallery space is scheduled for Autumn 2021.
The Michel Majerus Estate new exhibition is Takashi Murakami: Michel Majerus Superflat, curated by Tobias Berger. Takashi Murakami (b. 1962) and Michel Majerus (1967–2002) both started exhibiting widely in the mid-1990s and can be considered the first generation of artists who fully embraced post-analog.
Galerie Max Hetzler has announced a comprehensive solo exhibition with works by internationally acclaimed artist Bridget Riley on view across all three gallery locations in Berlin. This is the artist’s seventh solo exhibition with the gallery.
This Autumn, E-WERK Luckenwalde will launch two new permanent commissions: a sculpture for the city providing free electricity for citizen’s bicycles and TRAFO, a low carbon public kitchen bar.
For the Un_Becoming group exhibition, SomoS presents performative projects and ephemeral installations as critical and radical responses to the overlapping of sexuality and the body with technology; and dystopian and utopian perspectives on our technologically mediated view of sexuality.
‘Parasites’ is a solo exhibition by Berlin-based artist Martin Eder (b.1968, Augsburg), featuring major new paintings alongside work spanning over a decade of Eder’s career.
I thought that the more interesting thread to tackle was that running from Gropius Bau’s Ana Mendieta and Philippe Parreno to Fleisch at the Altes Museum.
This week I flew over to Berlin for the first time to buy a few records, learn how to wear a bum bag as a cross body bag, and, most importantly, to see some wonderfully curated shows. As I had time to consider these in the past few days I realised that tactility and memory were threads connecting Henrique Neves, Louise Bourgeois and Philip Wiegard as each artist presented traces of his or her past through their chosen medium.
The Store X Berlin launch new exhibition space this month with European Premiere of Fly Paper by Kahlil Joseph
The Store X Berlin will officially launch its new exhibition studios with the European premiere of Fly Paper by acclaimed artist and film-maker Kahlil Joseph this April
Synthesis Gallery, the first Virtual Reality art gallery, makes its debut on April 5th in Berlin with ‘Same but Different’ by renowned Swiss artist Marc Lee.
Kristin Hjellegjerde is opening a new new gallery space in Berlin, located on Linienstraße 130 in Mitte. The gallery will open with a two-artist exhibition on the 26th of April 2018 and will also mark the Gallery’s 6th year anniversary.
We caught up with German artist Armin Bohm in his studio in Berlin and asked a few questions.
For Gallery Weekend Berlin 2017, painter Jonas Burgert returns to exhibit in his hometown, presenting his largest work to date: a 22m landscape painting that spans almost the entire length of the gallery.
The group show “Carpet for a Lord” at the Berlin gallery of Supportico Lopez takes its name
from a 1991 work by Henri Chopin (1922-2008), the avant-garde artist, poet and musician, and features the work of eight artists, including early career artists, Charlie Billingham, Than Hussein Clark, Daniel Milvio, Jill Mulleady and Ola Vasiljeva, and established artists, Judith Hopf, Ettore Spalletti and Haim Steinbach.
CFA Berlin in collaboration with Two Palms are challenging the notion of what print is today, with works by Mel Bochner, Cecily Brown, Chuck Close, Peter Doig, Carroll Dunham, Ellen Gallagher, Chris Ofili, Elizabeth Peyton, Richard Prince, and Dana Schultz.
Regen Projects presents the United States premiere of Three Sisters, a new film and installation by Berlin-based German artist John Bock.
The centerpiece of the exhibition presents a large-scale installation featuring the props and stage set for Three Sisters, the accompanying film playing in the side gallery. The film tells the story of three siblings who come together to avenge the untimely death of one of the sisters’ young daughters. Evoking tropes of slapstick and farce, the narrative explores themes of repressed desire, fear, loss, anger, and tragedy.
London show will feature modern artwork, fashion, film and music inspired by the Renaissance artist, as well as large collection of original Botticelli paintings