This Week

Past Week

Wednesday, 15 Feb

NOME is pleased to present Kirsten Stolle’s first solo show in Europe, “Proceed at Your Own Risk”.
Kirsten Stolle explores the relationships between economy and ecology in her subversive collage works, which take ideas and imagery from post-war America as a springboard into the environmental politics of today. NOME will exhibit a selection of Stolle’s recent collages from the ongoing series Monsanto Intervention and Animal Pharm.
Through eloquent amalgams...
NOME, 18.00h
Duration: 16 Feb8 Apr
Panel discussion with the girls of Straight Mag and Krautreporter Founder Sebastian Esser. (To be held in German)
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Blogfabrik, 19.30h
Duration: 15 Feb

Friday, 17 Feb

Tulino - Isabella Fedele
Toscana-Halle, 14.00h
Duration: 17 Feb26 Feb
Photographers Anna Fiolka and Lena van Ginkel love the peculiar and absurd.
Anna Fiolka stages them in her portraits: in her pictures one encounters characters and everyday objects strangely lost in reverie, yet still hauntingly powerful and intense. Lena van Ginkel looks for serendipity in unadorned cityscapes, dehumanized architecture, melancholic decay, irritating reflections and silent details of street life.
Together they display profound scenes that...
HilbertRaum, 18.00h
Duration: 17 Feb26 Feb
’Silence in Fukushima’: a reading by Johannes Balve with Zen music by Peter Pütz
During the exhibition Silence (Stille)
Group Global 3000 e.V. , 19.00h
Duration: 17 Feb

This Week

Tuesday, 21 Feb

Abend ohne Land
It’s Called Perspective in Life; in Painting, Beauty 

The pictures that form the painterly universe of Filip Zorzor (b. Bucharest, 1974; lives and works in Berlin) synthesize his perceptions with the intuitions of his keen senses. They are paintings of human existence, social, political, rich in timbre and sensual. The artist always seeks to capture a visual-emotional whole, aiming for the utmost intensity of experience. His works are not mere depictions...
Guardini Galerie, 19.00h
Duration: 22 Feb15 Apr

Wednesday, 22 Feb

The project that will start in the next year questions the ways of planning and production of public mobiliar and searches for alternative methods and economical cycles. In a stretch of two years new approaches will be encountered by developing artistic interventions.
ZK/U Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik, 14.00h
Duration: 22 Feb24 Feb

Thursday, 23 Feb

René Wirths, Reifen, 2016, Öl auf Leinwand, 190 x 190cm
Guided exhibition tour with the curator. 
Haus am Lützowplatz, 19.00h
Duration: 23 Feb

Friday, 24 Feb

Carla Chan
Solo Exhibition with works by Carla Chan.When the World is only left black and grey is a poetic reflection on human intervention in nature as well as a creative experiment in constructing nature via various forms of human mediation.
The works in the exhibition originate in the artist's ambivalent relationship with nature, her entomophobia as well as her fear of being alone in the wild. Yet by putting herself in the position as a distant observer, the...
Sexauer Gallery, 18.00h
Duration: 25 Feb25 Mar
With Michel Platnic and Dan Allon. Curated by Revital Michali. 
This one time performance evening featuring Israeli artists and Berlin residents Michel Platnic and Dan Allon, deals with world order of power, war and economic struggle. Having both stems in Israeli provenience, the artists know how violence, war and money have the means of becoming integrated within a routine, and therefore it is only natural they would feel intrigued, attracted and...
Circle1 - Platform for Art & Culture, 19.00h
Duration: 24 Feb

Saturday, 25 Feb

Blogfabrik, 10.00h
Duration: 25 Feb
4 PERFORMANCES BY ICELANDIC AND SWEDISH ARTISTS
Key performances from CYCLE MUSIC & ART FESTIVAL 2016
AS PART OF TRANSMEDIALE AND CTM VORSPIEL 2017 presenting Áki Ásgeirsson, Erik Bünger, Steinunn Eldflaug, Ívar Emilsson, Ingi Garðar Erlendsson, Magnús Jensson, Egill Sæbjörnsson, Curver Thorodssen, Mundi Vondi & Ensemble Adapter.
Performances will start at 6.30pm
(each will last about 45min)
Suggested support: 5 Euro
 
Further information:
www....
Import Projects, 18.00h
Solo exhibition by Dina Khouri. 
SOX, 18.00h
Duration: 26 Feb25 Mar

Sunday, 26 Feb

Scriptings, 19.00h
Duration: 26 Feb

Next Week

Wednesday, 1 Mar

Ronewa Art Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Coupure / Cutting Through Spaces, an exhibition of works by young German artist Veit Schmidleitner.
The show that opens to the public Thursday, March 2 will showcase over a dozen mid-sized to large-scale works in addition to several more intimately sized works.
A Vernissage is scheduled for Wednesday, March 1 at 18:30 to 20:30 to highlight the first solo showing of the artist’s work in Berlin.
The...
Ronewa Art Gallery, 18.30h
Duration: 2 Mar5 Apr

Thursday, 2 Mar

Solo exhibition of work by Carsten Sievers
Galerie EIGEN + ART Berlin, 17.00h
Duration: 2 Mar15 Apr
With Stefan Römer
L40, 19.00h
Duration: 3 Mar31 Mar

Friday, 3 Mar

Hanna Mauermann, Marie-Michelle Letelier, Da Wang Gang, Matsi
Toscana-Halle, 14.00h
Duration: 3 Mar12 Mar
Maja Gade Christensen, Exponential Square, 2016
With works by Benjamin Andersson, Arngrímur Borgþórsson, Maja Gade Christensen, Andreas Knag-Danielson, Madeleine Sillfors, Linus Svensson, Sofia Wickman. 
The exhibition Switch explores placement and how it affects artworks by changing the context in which they appear. Each artist contributes one work which has been exhibited at their solo-exhibition at Galleri CC in Malmö (SE). This means that all the works have a shared history, they’ve been shown,...
HilbertRaum, 18.00h
Duration: 3 Mar12 Mar
Solo exhibition by Simon Wachsmuth.
Zilberman Gallery Berlin , 18.00h
Duration: 4 Mar20 Apr
© Alke Brinkmann and Sencer Vardarman
With works by Alke Brinkmann and Sencer Vardarman. 
Galerie Axel Obiger, 19.00h
Duration: 4 Mar25 Mar
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