Belgian artist François hangs this exhibition on French philosopher Foucault’s notion of heterotopia: enclosed environments such as ships and prisons, sometimes mirroring society but often at odds with the world outside. It's on through Sep 15. more

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In the German papers this week: Vexing and perplexing news stories from Berlin and beyond... more

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Back to school! Here's our 13-page special on learning in Berlin with a guide to bilingual education, Germany's failing integration concept and coming out as trans in school. Also: prepping for the end, writing workshops, Chilly Gonzales and more... more

Built in 1909, German impressionist Liebermann’s villa on Wannsee is where he spent his summers. Opened as a private museum, currently on show are oils and pastels by Liebermann of his garden at Wannsee presented alongside Paul Klee’s. more

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Taking in art, dance, history, architecture, performance, archaeology, food, science, music and technology, this year’s Long Night of the Museums will happen across 80 of Berlin’s museums. Don't miss it Aug 25, starting at 18:00. more

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Is Berlin's favourite Canadian expat still relevant in 2018? Ava Johnson went to Sunday's performance art event to find out. more


Romanian-born Loredana Nemes gets solo retrospective treatment at the Berlinische Galerie. It's on through Oct 15. more

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INTERVIEW: Meet Robbie Antonio, the billionaire real estate entrepreneur who wants to bring Germany 21st century prefab – the luxury version! more

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The title of this first Berlin solo show for Gréaud is two anagrams of his own name, an opening telling of a certain self-regard – a first impression later sustained by a string of pseudo-highbrow references. See it before it closes Jul 21. more

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From the 1970s to the 21st century: this summer we get to revisit three women’s boundary-pushing work in film. more

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Summer is here! Check out our guides to the creamiest vegan gelato, the best and worst bike-sharing schemes and hot summer reads. Plus: The new faces of Spandau, krays in Tiergarten, allergy attacks and more... on newsstands now! more

Taking over the entirety of the Hamburger Bahnhof space, this vast exhibition consists of over 150 works taken from the Nationalgalerie’s inventory. Through Aug 26. more

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Is the plot at the northern end of Tempelhof supposed to be an art exhibition or some sort of urban recycling dump? Spoiler: nuture Mini ART Golf is a bit of both. And you get to play mini golf around its 18 sculptures made from “reused materials". more

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Behind Peres Project’s red-tinted windows a community of oversized humanoid plaster-cast figures by British artist Ackroyd are sprawled, reclining and lounging across the floor. more

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Located in the 1960s-built Schinkel Pavilion, this selection of later “sack form” works by the French-American grand dame of 20th-century art Louise Bourgeois includes pieces produced from 2003 until her death at 98 in 2010. more

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Known in Berlin for his neon-light installation in the Dorotheenstadt Cemetery, and outside the art world for inspiring Drake’s 2015 Hotline Bling video, American light artist James Turrell presents a commissioned installation at the Jewish Museum. more

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INTERVIEW! The Berlin Biennale kicks off Sat, Jun 9. We talked to South African educator and curator Gabi Ngcobo about how she put together Berlin’s 10th Biennale for Contemporary Art. more


It was an artists’ utopia, a cultural institution, a tourist magnet: after over two decades on Oranienburger Straße, Tacheles was shut down, the artists kicked out. Five and a half years on, Taylor Lindsay finds out what happened next. more

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Three Berlin exhibitions chronicle the peril and prosperity that befell the city during the interwar era. more

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Spread over two floors of the converted brewery that is the KINDL are over 30 works by Swiss artist pair Onorato and Krebs. more

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At the Museum for Communication, Hermann Vaske’s Why Are You Creative? offers an existential quick fix for the arty set. more

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