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It's your last chance to see Canadian and French artist and anthropologist Kapwani Kiwanga’s "Under the Cover of Darkness" at Galerie Tanja Wagner through Jan 25, a mix of abstraction and collage that sheds light on persisting patterns of oppression. Read more

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REVIEW! On now through Feb 2 at Potsdam's Museum Barberini, "Van Gogh: Still Lifes" features 27 of the Dutch artist's works in a visceral exhibition that provides an opportunity to see his signature thick paint swirls and singing colours in person. Read more

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It's your last chance to see GDR photographer retrospective "Helga Paris, Fotografin" at Akademie der Künste through Jan 12. Plus three more must-see provocative GDR photography exhibitions on now! Read more

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INTERVIEW! It's your last chance to see "Latent Being", the first show of new art foundation Light Art Space, through Jan 5 at Kraftwerk. Director Bettina Kames tells us more about LAS and its mission to bring Berliners cutting-edge light-based art. Read more

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Our critic takes a look at HKW's two shows tackling the colonial-era and 20th century white gaze, "Spectral White" or "Love and Ethnology", both through Jan 6 and explores how the problem is still present in today's big state museums. Read more

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REVIEW! KW’s small but brilliant show "The Making of Husbands" on now through Jan 5 illustrates the lasting relevance of Chicago Imagist Christina Ramberg, whose career-long focus has been on the female body. Read more

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REVIEW! It's your last chance to see the brilliant "Rochade" at Kreuzberg's Soy Capitán through Dec 21. Kristin Loschert and Lisa Herfeldt's show combines sculpture and photography to present intriguing independent dialogues. A must-see! Read more

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REVIEW! It's your last chance to see Ryan Trecartin's "Re’Search Wait’S" through Feb 29 at Mitte's Sprüth Magers. Tragicomic video art for an Orwellian age! Read more

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REVIEW! It's your last chance to see C/O Berlin's "No Photos on the Dance Floor! Berlin 1989 – Today". Through Nov 30 the exhibition shows works by 25 photographers capturing the many facets of Berlin nightlife. Read more

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With 1988 art hall Galerie Loock opening an exhibition on East German photographer Christian Borchert on Nov 23, our critic explores this month's top exhibitions at galleries that grew out of the post-Wende buzz. Read more

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REVIEW! On now through Jan 5, the Jewish Museum's "This Place" was initiated by French photographer Frederic Brenner and features the work of 12 photographers depicting Jerusalem and the West Bank. A slick and thought-provoking exhibit. Read more

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REVIEW! On now through Jan 19, Gropius Bau’s magnificent exhibition marking 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall includes standout works by 28 international artists and provocatively tackles the effects of walls, real and metaphorical. Read more

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INTERVIEW! Ahead of his two new Koenig Galerie shows opening Nov 9 and 10, we met the painter and epitome of a Berlin artist at his studio to chat politics, partying and painting away his GDR childhood nightmares. Read more

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INTERVIEW! With a last chance to see French installation artist Laure Prouvost's "In Reflection We Rest" at Kreuzberg's Carlier | Gebauer (through Nov 9), we met Prouvost to talk Venice Biennale, relaxation, boobs and working with her grandmother. Read more

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Open now through Jan 27 at the Berlinische Galerie, "Original Bauhaus", the Bauhaus Archiv's official centenary exhibition shows why the art and design movement is still relevant today and creatively tells the Bauhaus story through 1000 objects. Read more

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Last chance to see our critic's choice ceramics double bill Figures de Décoration and Transfiguration at Art Mûr through Oct 19, plus more of our pottery exhibition top picks open now. Read more

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With the opening of Neither Black/Red/Yellow Nor Woman on Sep 28 at The Times Art Centre Berlin, we pick out our favourite exhibitions on now at Berlin's new indie art institutions - from experimental art to sustainable energy to beer gardens! Read more

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Last chance to see The Blue Room, through Sep 21 at DECAD. Berlin-based Hungarian artist duo Tehnica Schweiz present an installation of film and ceramics that elegantly juggles neoclassicism with themes of replication and reproduction. Read more

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INTERVIEW! Scandal! Myth! Modernism! wraps up at the Bröhan Museum on Sep 15, its curator Anna Großkopf tells us more about Berlin's 19th century art rebels, the museum and upcoming shows. Read more

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Last chance to see Space is the Place, through Sep 15 at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, a 23-artist exhibit drawing heavily on sci-fi themes with works ranging from big minimalist monochrome statements to those exploring a more hopeful side of the genre. Read more

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