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Neue Galerie: The Black Years: Histories of a Collection: 1933–1945

21 Nov-31 July. Exhibition showing works which were either created or acquired by the Nationalgalerie between 1933 and 1945, or else seized by the Nazi regime during this dark period in German art....
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Hajra Waheed: Still against the sky

10 Oct-22 Nov. Conceptual exhibition in which Californian artist Hajra Waheed rearranges found materials from the realm of space research, surveillance documents and anonymous memoirs to create an ima...
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Emeka Ogboh: Playback. The African Union: 20 to 20,000 Hz

22 Oct-10 Jan. Exhibition based on sound and archive materials compiled by Nigerian sound artist Emeka Ogboh for his installation in the Peace and Security building at the African Union (AU) headquart...
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Radically Modern

The Berlinische Galerie compares the post-war architecture of east and west Berlin in a comprehensive exhibition that examines the building styles on both sides of the once-divided city. The plans...
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Newton. Horvat. Brodziak

Helmut Newton (1920-2004) was one of the most influential and controversial photographers of the 20th century, achieving international fame in the 1970s as a celebrity photographer while working for V...
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Impressionism

A comprehensive exhibition focusing on Impressionism and Expressionism is being held at Berlin’s Nationalgalerie which, in 1896, became the world's first museum to acquire Impressionist works....
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Mary Heilmann & David Reed: Two By Two

The first joint exhibition of New York-based artists ­Mary Heilmann and David Reed, two key figures in American post-Abstract Expressionism, takes place at the Hamburger Bahnhof. The exhibition...
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Channa Horwitz: Counting in Eight: Moving by Color

The KW Institute for Contemporary Art presents a retrospective charting the career of Californian artist Channa Horwitz (1932–2013). The comprehensive exhibition traces the journey that led H...
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Mario Testino: In Your Face

The work of Peruvian fashion photographer Mario Testino is presented for the first time in Berlin, at the Kunstbibliothek. The 125 photographs on display represent the innovation and diversity of T...
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VKhUTEMAS

Exhibition providing an overview of the work of the Vkhutemas art school of Modernism, focusing mainly on its architecture designs from 1920-1930. This is the first exhibition in Germany dedicated...
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Between Dix and Mueller

Exhibition highlighting the work of a group of early 20th-century German artists whose lives and careers were interrupted by one, in some cases two, world wars. The show comprises works by acclaime...
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Helmut Newton

Helmut Newton (1920-2004) was one of the most influential and controversial photographers of the 20th century, achieving international fame in the 1970s as a celebrity photographer while working for V...
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Gottfried Lindauer: The Māori Portraits

The Alte Nationalgalerie displays paintings by Gottfried Lindauer (1839-1926) who recorded New Zealand's Māori culture in the late 19th- and early 20th-century. The Berlin exhibition is signif...
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Menzel's Soldiers. Images of War

Exhibition showcasing the work of Adolph Menzel (1815-1905) with a particular focus on his poignant watercolours and drawings in response to his direct encounters with soldiers. Along with Caspar D...
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Pasolini Roma

The Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin joins cultural venues in Barcelona, Paris and Rome in celebrating the Italian film director, poet, writer and intellectual Pier Paolo Pasolini (1922-1975). A contro...
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The World c. 1914. Colour Photography Before the Great War

The Martin-Gropius-Bau presents an exhibition featuring rare colour photographs and films commissioned by the French banker Albert Kahn. Excited by the advances in colour photography being develope...
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Rembrandt Bugatti

The Alte Nationalgalerie dedicates a major exhibition to the lesser-known Italian artist Rembrandt Bugatti (1884-1916) whom it describes as "one of the most remarkable and artistically independent scu...
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Hans Richter: Encounters from Dada to Today

For the first time since the 1980s Berlin pays tribute to Hans Richter (1888-1976) whose artistic career spanned almost seven decades. Richter was a predominantly a painter and draughtsman whose oe...
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Andreas Schlüter and Baroque Berlin

The Bode-Museum stages an exhibition dedicated to the work of German Baroque sculptor and architect Andreas Schlüter (1664-1714). Referred to in his own lifetime as the "Northern Michelangelo"...
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Marsden Hartley: The German paintings 1913-1915

American modernist painter, poet, and writer Marsden Hartley (1877-1943) lived in France and Germany from 1913 to 1916. After spending some time in Paris, where he mingled with Gertrude Stein's ava...
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