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The Akademie der Künste overwhelms us with death and despair in Uncertain States, but there may be hope for humanity yet. It's on through January 15. more

Art & Exhibitions

Take a look at this month's new art exhibits, leading you from an immersive reflection on waiting at the Ausländerbehörde to a medieval moral compass which works by way of illustrating its exact opposite. more

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"The English Years" celebrates the work of the over shadowed Bauhaus photographer. See some of the photographs that Walter Gropius stole and more at her retro at the Bauhaus-Archiv, on through Feb 27. more

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INTERVIEW! British artist Hannah Perry's hypnotic installation 100 Problems at Contemporary Fine Arts takes on gender formation, relationships and vicious cycles with video, spoken monologue and music. It's on through Dec 17. more

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INTERVIEW! Dickersbach has shaken up the art publishing scene with Prōtocollum, an annual publication that includes artists from all around the world and empowers them to become their own curators. The third issue is out this month. more

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Clues to a mystery that is perhaps non-existent... Meisenberg's installation uses video projection, secret recordings, and oddly shaped canvases to create an exhibit that leaves you scratching your head. Through Oct 19 at Wentrup. more

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Shiota returns to Berlin with an installation of red thread that begs to be instagrammed. On through Nov 12 Sun at Blain|Southern. more

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High-profile digital detective Constant Dullaart wages war with Facebook in Synthesising the Preferred Inputs. Read our interview with him and then catch it at Future Gallery in Schöneberg before it ends Oct 15. more

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INTERVIEW! Refugees... in space! Halil Altindere is hitting Berlin Art Week with a jarring dystopian proposal: send them to Mars. Check out "Space Refugee" opening at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein on Sep 14. more

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Through efforts from King Felipe VI of Spain and President Joachim Gauck, the exhibition El Siglo de Oro brings the biggest show of Spanish art outside Spain to Berlin. Check out Spanish Golden Age at the Gemäldegalerie through Oct 30. more

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Don’t let the screens and AI fool you – this edition of the Berlin Biennale draws warmth from the most surprising of places. more

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Berlin Art Week is upon us (Sep 13-18) but how do you handle it all? Fret not, whether you’re a snob, a trend-chaser or a hipster, here’s what to see and do at Berlin's six-day exhibition extravaganza. more

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You promised yourself to pack in a little culture this summer, but you're tired of the same ol' Mitte of the road spots? Head out west for three museums that won't disappoint. more

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Pick up the fork and the smart device! "Thirsting for Salt" is a multi-part experimental performance and installation tying together culture, family, technology and, of course, food Jul 20-21. Exberliner's Lily Kelting explains what's cookin'. more

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Wanna impress your Brooklynite tourist friends here on holiday this summer? How about a street art tour of some of Berlin's renowned graffiti? With the help of the artists from Alternative Berlin Tours, we've got six of the best pieces for you. more

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Without time for much reflection after Gallery Weekend, the Berlin Biennale is already here. What do art aficionados expect to see? More importantly, what do they want to see? You can judge the citywide installations yourself starting Jun 4. more

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The NYC-based collective brings its irony-infused, post-internet-dominated approach to the Berlin Biennale, kicking off Jun 4. more

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INTERVIEW. Whatever you do, don't call it music! Legendary Japanese experimental noise foursome Marginal Consort break their rule of only performing once a year and treat Berlin with a special concert on Jun 6 at St. Elisabeth Kirche. But why? more

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INTERVIEW! Copy, paste, voilà! Post-internet artist Petra Cortright makes "digital paintings" with Photoshop. She's gone from selling JPEGs to exhibitions at Frieze London. Catch the young artist's Berlin exhibition at Société before it ends May 27. more

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Berlin is so full of powerful, outspoken female directors, playwrights, artists and gallerists that you might think the gender gap doesn’t apply to stage and visual art. Our editors are here to tell you otherwise. more

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