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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/online exhibition/ Felix Gonzalez TORRES — at David Zwirner Gallery

The exhibition recognizes this unique moment in history and reflects the ever-relevant and flexible nature of the work of Felix Gonzalez-Torres. Many of Gonzalez-Torres’s works addresses the capacity for immortality through regeneration, heightened by the experience of loss within these works.

On view until July 5, 2020

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/online exhibition/ About TIME — at White Cube Gallery

Time is a concept embedded in everyday experience. Within the fields of philosophy, science and phenomenology, it has long been analysed as a rational construct, a mechanistic means of spatial measurement, as well as an abstract idea of indivisibly flowing movement dependant on consciousness.

On view (online) until July 16

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/online exhibition/ 21’st century landscape — at Petzel Gallery

While landscape painting dates back to antiquity, it only became a serious genre when artists began using landscapes as a retreat from the complexities of modern life. The landscape became a reflection of philosophical ideas when previously, landscapes were simply an image of pastoral idyll.

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John Miller: An Elixir of Immortality — at Schinkel Pavillon

This comprehensive show covers John Miller’s output from the 1980s to the present, demonstrating his astute, witty, and at times poignant commentary on the notions of identity, figuration, economics, social class, and value of art.

On view until 13 December

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Showroom Series: Petrit Halilaj — AT ChertLüdde

The world of birds has provided an endless source of inspiration for the Kosovar artist Petrit Halilaj, who since a young age found himself captivated by the flying creatures. Comprising several different bodies of works and spanning over seven years of research, this Showroom Series explores the particular fascination between Halilaj and birds.

On view (online) until 29 August

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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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ORIAN BARKI AND MERIEM BENNANI’S SERIES FROM SELF-ISOLATION

Artist Meriem Bennani and filmmaker Orian Barki made an Instagram sensation with the release of 2 Lizards, a meaningful and timely IGTV video series starring two inseparable anthropomorphized lizards going about the quarantine period, dubbed by Meriem and Orian themselves and rendered in 3-D set against real footage of New York City.

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How Can We Think of Art at a Time Like This?

The underlying question which seems to be on everyone’s lips now is How Can We Think of Art at a Time Like This? This is the question curators Barbara Pollak and Anne Verhallen are asking through a project launched online; an independent, open-ended platform.

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/VIRTUAL VIEW/ JUDD — MOMA

This exhibition is currently being presented as part of MOMA’S Virtual Views series.

On view (online) until July 11

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