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2016.04.25 Mon, by

House of Egorn

House of Egorn is located in the heart of Berlin’s ‘Potse’ gallery district, directly opposite Neue Nationalgalerie, on the corner of Schöneberger Ufer and Potsdamer Straße. Our exhibition programme will initially have two loosely-defined focuses: emerging/mid-career artists from Asia and Latin America as well as artists who work at the crossroads of various arts genres. >> Read more
2016.04.16 Sat, by

LIDL Works and Performances from the 60s

Michael Werner Gallery, London, is pleased to present Jörg Immendorff: LIDL Works and Performances from the 60s. >> Read more
2016.03.15 Tue, by


VW (VeneKlasen/Werner) is pleased to announce Jörg Immendorff: LIDL Works and Performances from the 60s. >> Read more
2015.06.04 Thu, by

Esther Schipper

In May 2015 the gallery merged with Johnen Galerie. After a two-year transitional period, both galleries are now housed under Esther Schipper. Integrating archives and operations, the two teams merged as well and the gallery now represents Martin Boyce, David Claerbout, Ryan Gander, Francesco Gennari, Rodney Graham, Andrew Grassie, Martin Honert, Prabhavathi Meppayil, Roman Ondak, Anri Sala, Tino Sehgal, Wiebke Siem and Liu Ye. >> Read more
2015.03.03 Tue, by


Gagosian Hong Kong is pleased to present recent paintings by Rudolf Stingel. >> Read more
2015.01.05 Mon, by

Best of 2014 Berlin

Abstraction is becoming the Western equivalent of the most masturbatory Literati work. Whether we call it “Zombie Formalism” (Walter Robinson) or “MFA-clever“ (Jerry Saltz), we end up bending for beige. >> Read more
2014.07.22 Tue, by

Otto Piene, ZERO Group Founder, dies at 86

Otto Piene, a group founder of ZERO Group and a famous German artist, died this Thursday at age 86. One cannot help but admire the perfection in the timing of his passing.
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2014.01.06 Mon, by

Absent Pleasure: Taryn Simon

Withholding all personal emotion, Taryn Simon has erected a highly elaborate stage. The irony of this acute, deeply researched and detailed site is that it defines negative space. In this un-delineated space, imagination, empathy, curiosity, suspicion, relief, horror, awe—indeed all potential reactions—play out. >> Read more
2013.09.25 Wed, by

Taryn Simon

The artist’s most extensive exhibition in China to date displays the culmination of four years of extensive research into 18 bloodlines and their individual stories. >> Read more
2020.09.27 Sun, by

Double Moon
Going for a walk with Yuan Yuan and Wang Zhibo
in Berlin and Hangzhou

It has been just over a year since we moved to Berlin. Yuan Yuan has finally made his first solo show (Edouard Malingue Gallery in Hong Kong) after moving his studio here, and I have been busy preparing our dual exhibition project, which was intended for this year’s Frieze London, now delayed of course. >> Read more

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