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Art & Exhibitions

This month, check out the CTM exhibition (Uncanny Valleys of a Possible Future) minus the queues for the hug machine. Get hugged through Apr 2 at Kunsthaus Bethanien. more

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A filmmaker who has worked with Spike Lee, John Akomfrah and Solange Knowles, Arthur Jafa moved into art fairly recently. Catch his new work at the Julia Stoschek Collection through Nov 25. more

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The founding father of British Pop Art spent a year living and working in Berlin in the mid-1970s, giving the Berlinische Galerie an excuse for this colourful spotlight. It's on through May 28. more

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Labelled a feminist artist at a time when “feminism” was still a dirty word, Ellen Cantor is known for autobiographical narratives expressed through fictional female protagonists. Catch her exhibition through Mar 24. more

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INTERVIEW! Right after the final swing of her mechanised flogger at the Berlinische Galerie, Monica Bonvicini’s provocative work comes to König Galerie’s chapel starting Mar 3. more

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Marianne Wex’s encyclopaedic analysis of manspreading is back through Feb 17 at Tanya Leighton. more

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This month, curator Patricia Kamp presents Indian artist Bharti Kher’s first solo exhibition in Germany at Museum Frieder Burda, on through Feb 17. more

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Ancient gadgetry is the best part of Martin-Gropius-Bau’s library-like new exhibition, "Jews, Christians and Muslims", on through Mar 4. more

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Three painting exhibitions this month incorporate tech with a 1990s vibe, achieving vastly different results. Corinne Wasmuht’s at König Galerie ends February 25, so read on and then don't miss! more

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Starting this Feb 3 (through Dec 16!), American artist Krishnamurthy opens up the creative process to the public in Schöneberg. more

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This month is your last chance to see Thinking in Extremes, the extensive exhibition at AdK that catalogues the relationship between philosopher Walter Benjamin and playwright Bertolt Brecht. more

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The southwestern suburb still has a lot to offer a museum-going day tripper – but for how long? Your last chance to check out the Ethnological Museum down there before it's all in Mitte is Jan 14. more

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The American model, actress and (first and foremost) artists's exhibition at Schinkel Klause has wide ranging appeal with its references of everything from Cookie Monster to expressionist strokes. Through Jan 21. more

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Our culture editors take a look back at the highlights (and lowlights) of 2017. more

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The IBB Prize winner brings the fruits of his two year journey through South America to Kreuzberg, sharing his desolate landscapes and profound portraits through film, photography and text. more

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The Kiel-born visual artist and Turner Prize winner shows off her latest abstract yet ingenious oil paintings in this head-turning solo exhibition. more

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The Berlin-based conceptual artist brings her latest series of works to Kreuzberg, but its jumbled structure feels thrown together, and fails to do its venue justice. more

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This holiday season, ditch the smartphone and rediscover the joys of books, vinyl records, Super 8 camcorders, letterpress printers and more. Plus: #MeToo in Berlin, the best and worst of 2017 and much more, on stands now! more

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Plaid plastic bags, non-native plants, falafel... The migration conversation dominates December's recommended exhibitions. Here's our art editor's take. more

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Preis der Nationalgalerie finalist Sol Calero talks about the politics of representation and creating art out of a strip mall. more

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