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INTERVIEW! The world sees its first-ever comprehensive exhibition on the queer history of video games, Rainbow Arcade, at the Schwules Museum Dec 14-May 13. Co-curator Adrienne Shaw explains what went into it. more

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Geta Brătescu, exhibition view Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, 2018 © Neuer Berliner Kunstverein  Jens Ziehe_2.jpg

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Finally, Berlin sees its first solo exhibition of iconic Romanian artist Geta Brătescu. It's on through Jan 25 at n.b.k. more

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Under the themes of mobility, exchange, conflict and innovation, and spanning 200,000 years from the Palaeolithic to the 20th century, over 1000 archaeological finds from across Germany aim to tell the story of cultural interactions in Europe. more

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With London 1938 the Liebermann-Villa marks the 80th anniversary of the London response to Nazi Germany's infamous Degenerate Art exhibition is 1937. On display: Kandinsky, Nolde, Modersohn-Becker among others. more

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

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. more

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What three Berlin gallerists make of this year’s huge Art Week success. Eicker explains... but hurry, gallery Sweetwater is already closing the doors on "Closer" on Sat, Nov 17. 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... 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! more

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! more

This summer, two Russian photographers and zine publishers added another space to Berlin's vast creative specialty shop/event space landscape: Zoopark, this one focussing on print work and photography zines. more

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The works to look out for this year masterfully tackle today's postcolonial legacies. Catch it before it's over Sep 9. more

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Berlin’s one and only gay museum pays a small but serious tribute to a century of female queer art. We check out the exhibition to see what sets “lesbian visions” apart from the dominant male artistic gaze. On through Aug 20. more

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INTERVIEW! Artist Wolfgang Lugmair on spicing up Manteuffelstraße with a bold new mural. It's on for the duration of his exhibition "TagNachtLuftWind" at KWADRAT, through Sep 1. 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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Miss Pipis Blue Tale

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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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The new exhibition at Potsdam's Museum Barberini displays more than 90 abstract paintings, collage, prints and sculptures by the auction record-setting German artist. Through Oct 21. more

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It’s not easy to find a convenient and welcoming space to work as an artist – especially if you’re weary of pretentious male techies. The Workshop is an inviting alternative to just that. more

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“By-Products of Love” champions three giants – Rosa von Praunheim, Elfi Mikesch and Werner Schroeter – of German underground cinema. It's on at Akademie der Künste through Aug 12. Here's our tips for this month. more

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