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Friday, 11 Oct

Jake Kent & Monika Grabuschnigg deep storage
Penultimate ode
Not allowed to rest, neither to fulfil the prophecy of inherent fears. Molten, entangled bodies of meaninglessness, weeping over the remnants of irrelevance. A meadow of bitter-tasting flowers, all withered just before finding salvation, facing the eternal gloom of limbo. Stars and moons cast shadows that protect us from death. Say goodbye, my two lonely friends, for you will grow from the roots of berry bushes and apple trees. No life-...
SOX, 18.00h
Duration: 12 Oct15 Nov
with Mariam Haji, Nural Moser, Alessandro Rauschmann, Natalia Korotyaeva
Guest Curator: Georgie Pope
Female identity and empowerment under political, religious and gender power structures is the exploration of the next project on view at Exgirlfriend from 11.10 – 01.11 2019. Titled From The Portfolio Of Freewill, curator Georgie Pope has focused on veiling as the specific tool for exhibition making, birthed from the visual language that is often...
Exgirlfriend, 19.00h
Duration: 11 Oct1 Nov

This Week

Friday, 18 Oct

Molt, Neha Kudchadkar, 2019
Neha Kudchadkar 
In continuity with the show “Pinch Your Thumb and Three Fingers”, in 2018, in  Bombay, India and directly following the residency and group show at CAN, Centre d’art de Neuchâtel, Switzerland, “ Cette Question qui vous Brûle les Lèvres”, early 2019, our collaboration with the Bombay-based artist Neha Kudchadkar continues as we feature the exhibition “All That is in This Thing” at Display.   Periodic shedding of an outer skin surface, the...
Display, 18.00h
Duration: 18 Oct27 Oct

Saturday, 19 Oct

with works by Norbert Bisky, Julius von Bismarck, Candida Höfer, Jonathan Meese, Karin Sander, Rosemarie Trockel, Miriam Vlaming, Bettina WitteVeen and 40 other contemporary artists want to support the charitable work of Terre des Femmes e.V. an organisation preventing and fighting violence against girls and women.Take a first look at the participating artists and their works at
Program from 3.00 pm: Preview of artworks and...
Berlinische Galerie – Museum of Modern Art, 15.00h
Duration: 19 Oct

Next Week

Wednesday, 23 Oct

In conversation with:
Johanna Ackva – Dancer and Choreographer, Berlin
Display, 19.00h
Duration: 23 Oct

Thursday, 24 Oct

Galerie EIGEN + ART Berlin, 17.00h
Duration: 24 Oct30 Oct
with Marie-Louise Andersson, Melo Börner, Marlene Denningmann, Eva Dittrich, Eva Funk, Martine Heuser, Ana Hupe, Mareike Jacobi, Astrid Kajsa Nylander, Marion Orfila, Mila Panic, Fiene Scharp, Millie Schwier, Lena Skrabs, Sara Wahl
Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt, 18.00h
Duration: 25 Oct8 Dec
Marco Schmitt
*special location: IG-Metall, Alte Jakobstr. 149 - 10969 Berlin
Haus am Lützowplatz, 19.00h
Duration: 25 Oct29 Nov

Friday, 25 Oct

Alison Woods and Alke Brinkmann
The human mind is constantly occupied with questioning the circumstances of our existence. From the metaphysical to the scientific, the mind demands an explanation. Science becomes the new religion as the rational mind eclipses the superstitious one. Quantum physics is often touted to be the place where the scientific and the metaphysical intersect to form an alternate view of reality, which is simultaneously irrational...
Axel Obiger, 19.00h
Duration: 26 Oct16 Nov
with Avner Sher, Mariana Vassileva
Curator: Drorit Gur Arie
Avner Sher's works are typified by an act of violent wounding. He works with cork boards and cork peels—a porous, resilient woody substance. The external tissue cells of the cork oak trunk die and are replaced every few years. New cells emerge out of the trauma, preserving the tree's appearance, which continues its physiological rejuvenation and growth. A material capable of surviving wood fire...
Circle1 - Platform for Art & Culture, 19.00h
Duration: 26 Oct10 Dec

Saturday, 26 Oct

In conversation with:
Yasmin Bassir – Artist, Berlin
Display, 11.00h

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