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Céline Poulin works exclusively with art in communal areas and outdoor artistic practice, and with Berlin's abundance of transformable spaces, she has something new to present Berliners at her workshop on Nov 27 at DAZ. more

Art & Exhibitions

Berlin Art Week is on Sep 16-21, with the three big fairs – Positions, ABC and Berliner Liste – starting the 18th. But it's not what it used to be. Camille Moreno explores the loss of our Kunstherbst. more

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Get ready for Project Space Festival, a month-long extravaganza exhibiting the treasures of the indie, underground art scene in Berlin. Throughout August, 30 different spaces give a new platform to the under-appreciated artists of the city. more

Art & Exhibitions

Art collective ZERO co-founder and prolific 86-year-old installation artist and professor Otto Piene sadly passed away Thursday, the first day of his exhibition "More Sky". Don't miss the legend's last living contribution at Neue Nationalgalerie. more

Art & Exhibitions

INTERVIEW. Debuting June 13 at Pavlov's Dog, Berlin-based artist, performer and curator Andrés Galeano presents an exhibition of found photography that transcends without trying to be funny. But you may find humour nonetheless. more

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Fête descends once more on the streets of Berlin this Sat, Jun 21. Big names like Caribou compete for your attention and feet with over 100 different stages giving carte blanche to the city's buskers and musician wannabes. Here's our guide. more

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Since 1998 the Berlin Biennale, the near cult-level art fair, has surfaced biannually with new curators, themes, and locations, on the heels of Documenta as one of Germany's most important art events. It kicks off May 8 and runs through Aug 8. more

Art & Exhibitions

Celebrating a decade of existence, this year's 72-hour, city-wide orgy of consecutive art parties and exhibition vernissages is bursting at the seams, with many unofficial events joining in. Overdose on the Berlin art scene May 2-4, all for free! more

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Schuldt's disturbing oil paintings are part of highball Berlin gallery Eigen+Art's Take Five blitz exhibition series this week. Catch the work of our February artist to watch there only from Feb 18-22. more

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Hungry freaks and gory disco skulls, the ambassadors of a city and a subculture, peer out of vibrantly coloured posters. Through symbolic illustration, the Greek-German artist creates faces that tell stories. He's January's artist to watch. more

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Picassophile? The legendary Spanish painter's artwork is now showcased at two simultaneous exhibitions not to be missed. Soak up the master's multifarious work and celebrate his 132nd birthday at two different museums. more

Art & Exhibitions

INTERVIEW. With much post-1945 historical focus on the Cold War and Eastern Bloc, Africa's position in the world order is unfortunately often overlooked. In After Year Zero, HKW and Anselm Franke explore the continent from a new perspective. more

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Berliner Kunstkontakter

Photo by Tania Castellví

INTERVIEW. Konstantin Schneider, aka the Kunstkontakter, is a Berlin artist, activist and journalist who has acquired quite a following. Schneider describes his mission and unorthodox way of reaching the public. more

Opinion

A few Banksy(esque) pieces at Preview Berlin stir up controversy over their authenticity. more

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British graffiti artist Banksy pops up at the G&G booth at Preview Berlin through his art, sending a message regarding murdered street artist Reefa in Miami. more

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INTERVIEW. With technically complex paintings that articulate light and colour as clearly as an LCD screen, Jung's appreciation for contemporary technology is obvious. His exhibition at Exile opens Sep 6. more

Art & Exhibitions

INTERVIEW. Lauded sculptor (Sir) Anish Kapoor's first solo show in the city explores changing states through his imposing, emotive works and use of crimson. See deep red on the entire ground floor of the Martin-Gropius Bau, running until Nov 24. more

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LAST CHANCE. Pharmaceutical giant Bayer boasts a sparkling collection of modern art – is it enough to shine up their less-than-gleaming image? Check out this roll-call of artistic innovation and decide for yourself before June 9. more

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El Segundo, opening May 31, at Urban Spree explores Berlin's myths and reinvention as libertine playground. A cosmopolitan yet rustic, edgy yet quaint, den of dregs. A take-the-best-and-leave-the-rest stance of predisposed, supervised street culture. more

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OUT NOW! Berlin's beloved Kiez has a heritage deeper than just Berlin. The district shines in CANIM KREUZBERG, with a family story originating in Turkey. more

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