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Saturday, 12 Sep

DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM are pleased to present the second solo exhibition of Andreas Greiner (b. Aachen, Germany, 1979) at the gallery. Titled Jungle Memory, the show will open on occasion of Gallery Weekend Berlin 2020. Private views commence on Wednesday, September 9, and continue through Friday, September 11, 2020, 10 AM to 7 PM. The gallery will have extended hours throughout the weekend and the exhibition is open for public viewing September 12...
DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM, 12.00h
Duration: 12 Sep31 Oct
-der Film zur Stadt

While the rest of Berlin-Mitte was being renovated and built up virtually everywhere, the area around Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz was overlooked. It wasn’t until the beginning of the 2000s that it too began to see rapid development. Around the same time, Wilhelm Schürmann moved from Aachen to Berlin. Ever since, and always with his camera at hand, the photographer has doggedly taken the same paths through the city on his way to Rosa...
L40, 13.00h
Duration: 12 Sep31 Oct
© Ewa Dziarnowska
Dance / Performance
For Berlin Art Week, Display invited the dancer Ewa Dziarnowska to perform in a solo format. Ewa Dziarnowska let herself be informed by her studio dispositive and improvisation practice. Raw, impulsive, sharp, sometimes elusive, her movements reduce to essential dance gestures. The corporeal experience, devoid of any narrative tension, seeking into the deepest bodily memories and non-rational knowledge is translated into space. “You...
Display, 19.00h
Duration: 12 Sep13 Sep

This Week

Friday, 18 Sep

with Clay AD - Niya B - Zhen Guo - Areej Huniti & Eliza Goldox - Maria Kulikovska with Uleg Vinnichenko - Zoë Marden - Fallon Mayanja - Joanne Newman  - Maxine Puorro, Eddy Levin & Helah Cooper - Heather Renée Russ - Anna M. Szaflarski
Curated by Oliver Dougherty, the Futureless group exhibition features the work of 14 international artists that imagine the possibilities of queer/feminist futures within our increasingly digitized and ecologically...
SomoS, 14.00h
Duration: 18 Sep10 Oct
with Inken Reinert and Gabriele Künne
Architecture, tectonic culture in furniture, landscape and scriptural systems form the basis from which Gabriele Künne and Inken Reinert combine urban and nature-oriented presentations. By shifting transitions and borders several times, the artistic transformation process becomes the actual topic in the works of this exhibition.
Axel Obiger – Raum für zeitgenössische Kunst, 19.00h
Duration: 19 Sep17 Oct

Next Week

Friday, 25 Sep

© Nina Torp
The SCOTTY exhibition space focused on the subject of territories in 2019/20. It is about questions of appropriation, expansion and about breaking through connections and constructions, if necessary also subversively.
This exhibition is about the history and story of places that is visible and current, but also about the underlying background for these places. The artworks are discussing the actual and the reinterpreted, even the invented, and the change...
SCOTTY, 19.00h
Duration: 25 Sep7 Nov

Saturday, 26 Sep

Albert Markert: Künst, 1979-2020  Wall installation 180x500 cm ab. 240 Text-Picture-Collages each 20x28,7 cm
Part of the 11 years of arT and impulsE at G.A.S-station Berlin + Between freedom and dictatorship | the wall
Collages, Fotos, Drawings, Newspaper clippings, Found objects on paper, Photocopies.
Since the beginning of his studies Albert Markert has been concerned with the relationship between art production and art reception, the art market and its artificially created values. His extensive wall installation Künst comprises around 240 collages created...
G.A.S-station, Tankstelle für Kunst und Impuls, 18.00h
Duration: 26 Sep17 Oct

The Week After Next

Wednesday, 30 Sep

EIGEN + ART Lab, 11.00h
Duration: 30 Sep24 Oct

Friday, 2 Oct

Norbert Bisky, Doppeldenk, 2019 (Detail), Foto: Bernd Borchardt
with Sibylle Bergemann, Norbert Bisky, Nina Fischer, Asta Gröting, David Polzin, Cornelia Schleime, Ulrich Weichert, Tobias Zielony,
The exhibition ZUSAMMEN (TOGETHER) invites visitors to look back 30 years, to remember and at the same time to look at the fractures in the history surrounding this great event of reunification in individual artistic confrontation.

Image Copyright: VG Bild-Kunst Bonn
Courtesy: the artist and KÖNIG GALERIE Berlin, London,...
Haus am Lützowplatz - Studio Galerie, 19.00h
Duration: 3 Oct29 Nov

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