Wolfgang Tillmans at Galerie Buchholz

In addition to new photographs and works from well-known series such as the “Silver” and “Greifbar”, the show marks the debut of Tillmans’s 4K projection “Beleuchter in the Sky” (2020) and includes the audio piece “I want to make a film” (2018).

On view until 27 February
Temporarily closed

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what fruit it bears at Peres Projects

An exhibition project presenting work by artists whose practices are radically individual, defying categorization, and yet together represent our time.

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Cindy Sherman at Sprüth Magers

In the ten large-scale photographs on view, the artist impersonates a cast of androgynous characters, all dressed in elegant, gender-neutral designer menswear.

On view until 13 February
Temporarily closed

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Juliette Sturlése, Sophie Ullrich — at REITER

This exhibition brings together new work by two young female artists. Juliette Sturlèse’s large paintings oscillate between figuration and abstraction. The paintings of Sophie Ullrich are characterized by a comic-like figure.

Temporary closed

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Klára Hosnedlová: NEST — at Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler

Nest does not follow a traditional coding of time. The human attendees seem to be adrift, unmoored, caught in a feedback loop of desire for a future. Their gestures reveal the inherent strangeness of constructs such as futurity.

On view until 20 February
Temporarily closed

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Rusudan Khizanishvili: Rooms & Beings — at 68 Projects

The fourteen works on view were all created in 2020 while the artist was living in Tbilisi, and can be thematically divided into two categories: works centred around sacral transformations, and those featuring theatrically staged interactions within rooms.

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Andrew Grassie: Still Frame — at Esther Schipper

Grassie’s paintings effectively shape the observers experience of looking. With their tightly framed compositions, his works subtly play with our captivity: what is beyond the daffodils?

On view until 27 November

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KATHARINA GROSSE: IT WASN’T US — AT HAMBURGER BAHNHOF

The painting, which exists only for the duration of the exhibition, seamlessly connects the interior of the museum and the outdoor space and transforms the site into a new space of imagination and possibility.

On view until 10 January, 2021

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