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INTERVIEW! Simon Fujiwara on examining the curiosities of capitalism in his upcoming show at Hamburger Bahnhof. You can catch the show – alongside the work of other three finalists for the Preis der Nationalgalerie – starting Aug 16. Read more

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In the summer of 1967, set against the backdrop of the Vietnam War, a young generation was making itself heard as around 100,000 of them flocked to San Francisco in a climax of the hippie movement. Catch it at PalaisPopulaire through Oct 28. Read more

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In 1892, a group of rebel German painters, disillusioned by Berlin’s juried and failing exhibition circuit, decided to mount their own shows. They called themselves the Group of XI. Check out their work at the Bröhan Museum through Sep 15. Read more

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For her second show at König Galerie, American artist Kathryn Andrews has created an installation mainly consisting of a seven-metre tall circus big top tent. Catch her exhibition before it's over on Aug 4. Read more

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The small Schinkel Pavillon delivers on a big promise. Catch "Straying from the Line" before it ends on Jul 28. Read more

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Hamburger Bahnhof reassesses the pro-Hitler Expressionist. Through Sep 15. Read more

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American multimedia artist Theaster Gates has mined four million plus images in the Johnson Publishing Company’s archives to present 10 large format photographic prints, over 100 other photos and magazines, alongside his own video. Through July 28. Read more

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British conceptual artist Ryan Gander’s second show with Esther Schipper presents sculptures, installation and video, all in greyscale. Through Jun 15. Read more

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Berlin curators are finally rediscovering interwar female artists. Read more

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INTERVIEW! Taking Bauhaus as a starting point, photographer Robitz and visual artist Szert have come together to present a selection of their work at the Collegium Hungaricum Berlin’s galleries in Light | Form | Photogram – Bauhaus Reductions. Read more

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KW Institute for Contemporary Art curator Gritz on finding fresh voices from older generations, their upcoming Schering Art Award show and why London feels much smaller than Berlin. Read more

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Gropius Bau’s group show And Berlin Will Always Need You lives up to its promises. Read more

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Want to learn about contemporary art without all the reading? Three guided tours serve you old favourites and new finds on a silver platter. Read more

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INTERVIEW! New York sculptor Elizabeth Jaeger on the art of making glass sculptures that look like rotting fish and her fascination with mourning rituals. Catch her exhibition "Brine" at Klemm's Gallery through Jun 8. Read more

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In its 15th edition, Berlin's Gallery Weekend sees the international art world descend on the city for three days of hard-arting. From the smallest project space to the big institutions, 45 galleries open their shows over the weekend (Apr 26-28). Read more

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This month, take on a different level of Berlin art including subterranean murals, U-Bahn art and Wannsee’s new underpass mosaic. Read more

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INTERVIEW! Syrian multi-media artist Ammar al-Beik gets his first German solo exhibition at Haus am Waldsee (through May 5). We spoke to him about revolution, exile and the thrill of meeting Diego Maradona at a dinner party. Read more

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