The exhibition Im Moloch der Wesenspräsenz is at once a freak show, a theatre stage, an experimental laboratory and a cinema. The objects, props and costumes which play a part in the proceedings, whether on film or as part of the live performances during the vernissage, mutate in Bock’s cosmos into unpredictable creatures, swelling, hatching, sprouting tentacles and seeking contact with the spectator.
Trailer for Andreas Greiner. Agency of the Exponent (GASAG Art Prize 2016). The themes of the exhibition are exponential growth, identity and transformation of living creatures.
To mark the 10th jubilee of Dada, the exhibition Dada Afrca. Dialogue with the other (05.08.-07.11.2016) shows the responses to Dada outside Europe.
Heidi Specker - IN FRONT OF
The exhibition Heidi Specker - IN FRONT OF. Photographs 2005/2015 (11.03.-11.07.2016) Heidi Specker's first venture into portrait photography.
Trailer for the exhibition Brandlhuber+ Hertweck, Mayfried. The Dialogic City : Berlin wird Berlin (16.09.2015–21.03.2016). The exhibition reveals perspectives of dialogic behavior in the city in seven chapters.
Trailer for the exhibition Radically Modern. Urban Planning and Architecture in 1960s Berlin (29.05.–26.10.2015). Architecture and urban design from the sixties still set their stamp on the Berlin townscape. The Berlinische Galerie presents the first ever comprehensive overview of this architectural heritage in both East and West Berlin.
The kitchen is a place for contact and communication. The Küchenmonument is a mobile social sculpture that places the kitchen within the public space. After Liverpool, Duisburg, Utrecht and Venice, the “kitchen monument” has come to Berlin. For four events (28.08., 15.09., 17.09. and 02.10.2014) the Küchenmonument was standing in front of the Berlinische Galerie.
Trailer for the exhibition Dorothy Iannone. This Sweetness Outside of Time. Retrospektive der Gemälde, Objekte, Bücher und Filme von 1959 bis 2014 (20.02.–02.06.2014). The aim of this retrospective is to illustrate the intermediality and radical subjectivity of this unique artistic opus, where image, text, film and sound constantly enter new relationships.
Trailer for the exhibition Vienna Berlin. The Art of two cities. From Schiele to Grosz (24.10.2013–27.01.2014). In their first major themed exhibition together, the Berlinische Galerie and the Österreichische Galerie Belvedere will show key works of modern art from Vienna and Berlin ranging from the Secessions via Expressionism to New Objectivity.
Trailer for the exhibition Tobias Zielony. Jenny Jenny (21.06.–30.09.2013). Tobias Zielony, who lives in Berlin, is one of the most talked-about German photographers of his generation. In a major one-man show, the Berlinische Galerie is the first venue to exhibit his latest project “Jenny Jenny” (2011-2013) together with his most popular series “Trona” (2008).
Trailer for the exhibition Katja Strunz. Torque (Much Time, Little Space). Vattenfall Contemporary 2013 (26.04.–02.09.2013). Berlin artist Katja Strunz is winner of the Vattenfall Contemporary art prize in 2013. For the exhibition , Katja Strunz has created a spatial composition, dominated by two monumental metal objects.
Trailer for the exhibition K. H. Hödicke. Painting, Sculpture, Film (22.02.–27.05.2013). The Berlinische Galerie holds a large and representative cross-section of his paintings, sculptures, objects and prints. These provide the basis for the first all-round retrospective to be devoted to the artist in Berlin for twenty years.
K.H. Hödicke Interview
Interview with the artist K.H. Hödicke. For more than half a century, the work of K. H. Hödicke has been firmly associated with Berlin.
Trailer for the exhibition The Shuttered Society. Art Photography in the GDR 1949–1989 (05.10.2012–28.01.2013). Twenty years after the Wall, the Berlinische Galerie is to stage an exhibition of art photography in the GDR. “The Shuttered Society” identifies traditions and trends while illustrating shifts.
Trailer for the exhibition Michael Sailstorfer. Forst. Vattenfall Contemporary 2012 (26.04.-08.10.2012). Five trees in the installation Forst, hanging upside down and revolving around their own axes, take up the whole of the 10-metre high exhibition space of the Berlinische Galerie.
Trailer for the exhibition Alfredo Jaar The way it is. An Aesthetics of Resistance (15.06.–17.09.2012). In cooperation with the Berlinische Galerie, the Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst (NGBK) is showing the first retrospective exhibition in Germany of the internationally acclaimed artist Alfredo Jaar.
Trailer for the exhibition Boris Mikhailov. Time is out of joint. Photography 1966–2011 (24.02.–28.05.2012). The exhibition is conceived as a show of his oeuvre and brings together a selection of works that encompass the experimental images of his earlier years as well as works produced recently in Berlin.
Art in Berlin
Director Dr. Köhler about the exhibition Art in Berlin 1880-1980. Presentation of the Collection (17.06.2011-12.08.2013). The Berlinische Galerie collects art produced in Berlin since 1870. From now on, the museum will be presenting internationally acclaimed works from the fields of painting, graphic art, sculpture, photography and architecture.
J. Mayer H.
Trailer for the exhibition J. Mayer H. RAPPORT. Experiments with Spatial Structure (16.09.2011–09.04.2012). Jürgen Mayer H. gained a national and international reputation for his innovative buildings, objects and interventions into space. For the museum’s 10-metre high entrance area J. MAYER H. has developed a walk-in installation.
Trailer for the exhibition Rainer Fetting. Berlin (15.04.–12.09.2011). Berlin has constituted one of the most important stages in the life and art of acclaimed painter Rainer Fetting. His “wall paintings” in glowing colours employ an expressive style of painting to show Berlin as a lively city open to alternative ways of life.
Rainer Fetting Studio tour
A visit to Rainer Fetting's studio.
Trailer for the exhibition Nan Goldin. Berlin Work. Photographs 1984–2009 (20.11.2010–28.03.2011). Her own life forms the focus of her artistic work. Goldin has repeatedly spent extended periods in Berlin since the 1980s. With around 100 photographs, the Berlinische Galerie is presenting a comprehensive insight into her work created in Berlin.
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