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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Hassan Sharif: I Am The Single Work Artist — at kw berlin

This retrospective is the culmination of Sharif’s long history with the Emirate of Sharjah and is produced in close collaboration with Sharjah Art Foundation. The show presents around 150 works, including early newspaper caricatures and comic strip drawings, paintings, sculptural installations, and assemblages.

On view until 19 July

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OUT OF THE DARK II — at KOW Gallery

Works of art that no one sees are tragic creatures. Locked away, languishing in obscurity, pictures, sculptures, and videos can’t meditate on what they mean, can’t quietly grow and mature—indeed, they can’t even despair.

On view until 15 July

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ELMGREEN & DRAGSET: SHORT STORY — at König Galerie

For their first solo exhibition at König Gallery in Berlin, opening May 16th, Elmgreen & Dragset will present three new figurative sculptures within an immersive setting that transforms the visual appearance of the upper gallery, the Nave, at St. Agnes.

On view until 2 August
Booking required

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Clemens von Wedemeyer: THE ILLUSION OF A CROWD — at KOW Gallery

Clemens von Wedemeyer’s new films undertake a probing exploration of the phenomenon of human crowds. What happens when they grow exponentially? How can their behavior be predicted, and how can it be controlled? What distinguishes digital hordes from physical ones?

On view until 31 May

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/ONLINE VIEWING ROOM/ Rhizome — Capitain Petzel

Capitain Petzel launches a series of online exhibitions inspired by the concept of Rhizome, originally a botanical term appropriated by the French philosophers Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari.

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A YEAR WITHOUT THE SOUTHERN SUN — at XC.HuA Gallery

The future of humanity is in question. In response to this unprecedented crisis, “A Year Without the Southern Sun” has gathered 9 artists to investigate the relationship between decolonization and current climate change.

On view until 4 April

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