From 26.09.2018 to 01.04.2019, with some 300 works by approximately 60 artists on display, The Moment is Eternity shines the spotlight on the photographic works in the Olbricht Collection, showing them in dialogue with other artworks from the collection, as well as artefacts from the Wunderkammer.
As the recipient of the GASAG Art Prize 2018, Julian Charrière will create a multimedia spatial installation for the Berlinische Galerie that takes visitors underwater in the Pacific Ocean.
Growing up in Colombia in the 1940s and 50s, during an era of political unrest known as La Violencia (The Violence), González became a pivotal figure in the Latin-American art scene. The exhibition features 60 years of González’ internationally acknowledged work and displays a selection of 120 works created between 1965 and 2017.
Lee Bul is one of the most important Korean artists of her generation, having received significant international recognition for her formally inventive and intellectually provocative work.
Carla Sozzani, former editor-in-chief of the Italian Elle and Vogue magazines, has collected photographs for many years.(…) Between Art & Fashion not only presents numerous icons, it also contains plenty of surprises.
Agnieszka Polska (narozená 1985, rodačka z Lublaně) je loňskou laureátkou Preis der Nationalgalerie (více v sekci Letem). V Hamburger Bahnhof představuje svou video instalaci The Demon´s Brain.
In the exhibition at the Gropius Bau, the Bundeskunsthalle Bonn and the Kunstmuseum Bern present some 200 works from the estate of art dealer Hildebrand Gurlitt (1895–1956) and a wide range of original documents and historical photographs.
From the age of the second temple to the Roman conquest, from Ottoman rule and the British mandate until the present day, the exhibition Welcome to Jerusalem investigates the history of a city where daily life, religion, and politics are inextricably interwoven. It includes precious objects and models that are on display for the first time in Berlin. They are complemented by media installations developed especially for the exhibition.
In February 2018, for the residency format A Year with …, P. Krishnamurthy opened a space called K, (“K-Komma”). Located outside of KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin-Schöneberg, this “workshop for exhibition-making” proposes a space between “studio and cube”.