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ART: The Museum of Modern Art’s first exhibition dedicated exclusively to the work of Yoko Ono surveys the decade that led up to her 1971 unofficial MoMA debut. more

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Interview: Esther Schipper. What's behind the decision to relocate from Mitte to Schöneberg Ufer? Is it the end of an era or a new beginning? For Schipper, it's all history. more

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Jochen Kienzle's show is centred on photographer Josef Kramhöller, cast as a Kafkaesque avatar of himself. more

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When it comes to the art world women seem to deploy more influence than power, as taste-shapers at home and key players on the international field. Part of our BERLIN'S TOP CHICKS package from THE BERLINER FRAU issue. more

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From Europe's largest shopping arcade to Nazi meeting rooms, Kunsthaus Tacheles has a very colourful history. more

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Come inside the graffiti covered walls of Berlin's most famous Kunsthaus (or tourist trap) with four of Tacheles' long-term residents. more

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Interview: Stephen Kovats. The transmediale artistic director is packing up his laptop following this year's fest after five years at the helm. Digital suicide and WikiLeaks are on the radar for his last year. more

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The Robert Mapplethorpe exhibition at C/O Berlin displays images of drooping penises, erect flowers, children and leatherboys but in classical form as only Mapplethorpe knew how. more

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A chat with... Björn Dahlem. Dahlem's exhibition, Die Theorie des Himmels III – Focus Imaginarius, explores the fertile gaps in the rational terms of reason. He explains his role as creator and where religion fits in for him. more

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"I find it exciting to make two entities clash." Berlin-based, Dutch-born artist Willem De Rooij discusses his latest exhibition, a project that took four years to realize. more

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A chat with... THOMAS STRUTH. The versatile, famed German photographer goes to the far sides of the planet to bring something to his newest exhibition in Berlin. more

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Interview: Billy Childish on being Childish. The English artist, punk rocker and prolific novelist explains that "any decent artist either lives outside England or is a weirdo". more

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The directors of the art fair that really captures what Berlin is about, Preview Berlin, sat down with us for a chat about how they keep it so fresh! more

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Now in year five, Preview Berlin will be holding its ‘cutting edge’ ground Tempelhof’s Hangar 2… with a new conceptual space and first-time exhibitors from postcommunist art scenes. more

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INTERVIEW: Yoko Ono’s solo show opened last month at Haunch of Venison with a polysemous title, Das Gift (the poison), and a bullet hole in shattered glass. more

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IN PICTURES! In the 1920s, a generation of women took charge of the freedoms offered between two world wars. Breslauer's photographs mastered the emergent style, “Neues Sehen”. more

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IN PICTURES! Berlin’s first major Nauman retrospective explores his “experience architecture”: corridors and rooms that create the impression of incarceration. more

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“I‘ll come back to the Museum of American Art when I find out where it is,” wrote one visitor in MoAA's guest book. Geographically, it’s at No. 91 Frankfurter Allee, but getting in isn’t so straightforward... more

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Sadly Ján Mančuška died in Prague at the age of 39 after struggling with illness for a long time. Sam Williams had a chat with him last summer regarding his 2010 Berlin exhibition. more

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Frida Kahlo's in town. So's Robert Capa. And don't forget Bruce Nauman, Louise Bourgeois and Art Spiegelman. Wondering who to see? more

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