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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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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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“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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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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On the 100th anniversary of Penn’s birth, this exhibition of 240 works at C/O is drawn from a major retrospective at New York’s Metropolitan Museum. more

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An ongoing exhibition pits Chagall postcards and tea towels against some of the modernist titan's originals. more

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INTERVIEW. Berlin-based German multi-media artist Christian Jankowski on why he’s elevating art from China’s biggest copy village to the auction house at Grisebach. Catch it through May 12. more

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New Zealander and Berlin-based artist Frater presents a 40-minute film made up of 330 photographic stills, taken by himself, Georgina Steytler and Scott Rogers. Catch it at Oracle before May 12. more

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Gallery Weekend returns Apr 27-29, with 46 galleries hosting some of the year’s biggest openings. Here are our top seven picks. more

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This month sees an infusion of fresh blood into Berlin’s dusty old institutions, starting with Rimini Protokoll’s Top Secret International (Staat 1) on Mar 1. more

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INTERVIEW! Ahmet Öğüt on the seriousness of his miniature buildings in his exhibition Hotel Résistance, on at KOW through Jan 28. more

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Like the offspring of Edward Snowden and Banksy, Italian artist Paolo Cirio’s own “performative hacks” mine internet data to create critical works at the intersection of privacy, copyright, democracy and finance. This hack is on through Feb 17. more

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For this exhibition at Berlin’s premier space for Polish art, the 72-year-old conceptual artist presents a thoughtful selection of works from the last five decades. It's on through Feb 10. 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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A new exhibition makes Walter Crasshole wonder: whatever happened to gay sex in public toilets? more

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Freshly arrived from the Tate Modern, the first major retrospective of Fahrelnissa Zeid highlights her role as a pioneering Turkish modernist who challenged a Eurocentric male-dominated art world. On at Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle through Mar 25. more

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This year’s four Preis der Nationalgalerie finalists exhibit side by side at Hamburger Bahnhof. They’ll be coming together for an artist talk on Oct 12 (19:00, in English) before the prize is awarded on October 20. more

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