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From the big Bauhaus anniversary to local newcomers, this year promises plenty of exciting art exhibitions to look forward to. Read more

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Rosa Lux reloaded! 100 years after Rosa Luxemburg's death, Exberliner rediscovers the vibrant woman and prophetic thinker behind the revolutionary Berlin icon, and what makes her inspiring for generations of women today. Out now! Read more

The Berlinische Galerie pays tribute to the Novembergruppe with a comprehensive retrospective to the Weimar-era association of artists. Through Mar 11. Read more

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This city is a serious hub for video art – and December is spoiling fans of the medium with a whole festival and two not-to-be-missed solo exhibitions. The Videoart at Midnight Festival is on Dec 12-16 at various venues. Read more

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The occult is back! Exberliner tracked down the Berliners behind the trend: from a DIY tarot reader to a real-life ghostbuster, from techie astrologers to an old-school fortuneteller and our devilish cover boy. Out now! Read more

Sequins, a labyrinth of infinity mirrors, leather, mother of pearl and metal – Lee Bul, one of the most important South Korean artists of her generation uses a futuristic mix of materials. Read more

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The Olbricht collection is presenting what easily qualifies as a “best of” from its expansive inventory of photography, interspersed with sculptures and paintings by art history’s big names (Jan Brueghel among others). Read more

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The inaugural show of Deutsche Bank’s brand new art space, PalaisPopulaire, spreads over three floors, with 300 works from post-war Modernism to the era of digital technologies, and even to the graphic novel. Read more

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Human figures behind drying laundry photographic close-ups of textile and the skin of commuters – this show at KINDL Zentrum presents 10 international contemporary photographers and their take on the absurdity of everyday processes. Read more

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Curator Janina Nentwig on showcasing the fearlessly radical art of the November Group 100 years down the road. Read more

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A single wheel is trapped in a block of concrete, stuck in time and passage. It is part of Gary Hume’s series Wonky Wheels, which includes 14 imperfectly shaped, colourful free-standing wheels... Read more

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Exberliner investigates one of Berlin's most pressing issues: housing. From exploding rents to the companies cashing in on the student housing crisis; from former squatters fighting over property to alternative house sharing options. Out now! Read more

Cornelius Gurlitt famously hid a vast collection of art works which he had inherited from his father, an art dealer servicing the Nazi regime. The current exhibition at Gropius-Bau features 200 of the paintings found in his Munich apartment. Read more

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Participating in the European Month of Photography Berlin, Mitte’s Alfred Ehrhardt Foundation blends the lens-work of its 20th century German namesake with that of Japanese artist Yamamoto Masao. Read more

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Rembrandt or not Rembrandt? The approximately 100 drawings on show at the Kupferstichkabinett are a combination of some of the master’s best work mixed with that of his apprentices, assistants and amateurs possessing varying degrees of skill. Read more

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Berliner-of-nearly-a-decade Sam Handley is saying goodbye to Berlin with his wonderful video "the Phantasy Magier". We present you with both his video and a final "parting" interview. Read more

Culture

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

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With London 1938 the Liebermann-Villa is marking the 80th anniversary of the London response to Nazi Germany’s infamous Degenerate Art exhibition in 1937. Curator Lucy Wasensteiner speaks about its relevance today. Read more

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

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From party drugs to mental health, from artificial intelligence to sautéed Hirn – this October Exberliner is all about the brain! Plus: A scientist puts sleep myths to bed and we round up the month's festivals in film, music, art and stage. Out now! Read more

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

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