On View at the Gallery

On View at the Gallery

and concurrent exhibitions in Berlin
September 2 – October 30, 2021
Closing in

Esther Schipper is presents Liu Ye’s Internationale Architektur, the artist’s first exhibition with the gallery. On view are twelve recent paintings, created between 2017 and 2021. Open through October 23, 2021.


Esther Schipper is pleased to present It Would Have Taught Me Wisdom, Cemile Sahin’s first presentation with the gallery, through October 30, 2021.


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  • Internationale Architektur – Liu Ye

    Internationale Architektur – Liu Ye

    September 11 – October 23, 2021



    Esther Schipper is pleased to present Liu Ye’s Internationale Architektur, the artist’s first exhibition with the gallery. On view will be twelve recent paintings, created between 2017 and 2021.



  • Cemile Sahin – It Would Have Taught Me Wisdom

    Cemile Sahin – It Would Have Taught Me Wisdom

    September 17 – October 30, 2021



    Esther Schipper is pleased to present It Would Have Taught Me Wisdom, Cemile Sahin’s first presentation with the gallery. 



    Sahin’s new installation creates an environment in which text and image are entangled: it is composed of colored plexiglass panels with digital prints, which form a sculptural structure, set against a wallpaper representing the signing ceremony of the Sèvres contract. In both the imagery and its underlying narrative, the new work draws on the artist’s research into the treaties of Sèvres (1920) and Lausanne (1923) and their ongoing impact a century later. A major motif is a digitally reconstructed 3D model of a porcelain statue of the goddess Minerva, which was the centerpiece on the table where the Sèvres treaty was signed.

  • Concurrent exhibitions in Berlin

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  • Ceal Floyer

    Ceal Floyer


    September 18 – October 16, 2021
    Saturdays, 2–6 pm


    The project space goebenberlin presents a solo exhibition with new and existing works by Ceal Floyer, intervening and subtly marking the exhibition space.



    Goebenstraße 22
    10783 Berlin

  • Anri Sala

    Anri Sala

    Ode to a Tail

    September 16 – October 16, 2021
    Fridays and Saturdays, 2 pm – 7 pm 

    Opening: September 16, 6 – 10 pm with an opening performance at 8 pm

    Special opening hours:
    September 17 – 19, 2 – 7 pm


    Ode to a Tail is a new work by Anri Sala, a performative installation that is an elegy to the extension of perception. Playing around with the notion of absence, of what used to be but ineluctably still exists, a docked dog with an augmented tail immerses itself into a vinyl to become a living chemistry of digital and analog life.


    Yellow Solo
    ag–prop digital studio
    Danziger Straße 162a
    10407 Berlin



    With Isa Melsheimer

    September 17 – November 7, 2021
    By appointment


    Fugen, a group exhibition with works by Isa Melsheimer opens at the artist-run space Die Möglichkeit einer Insel. On view will be works from her 2018 series We are concrete, We are bodies, We have sex, We are neoretroactive, We are relative VII.

    Die Möglichkeit einer Insel
    Inselstraße 7
    10179 Berlin, Mitte

  • NOTHINGTOSEENESS – Void/White/Silence

    NOTHINGTOSEENESS – Void/White/Silence

    With Rosa Barba, Ceal Floyer, Pierre Huyghe and Karin Sander

    September 15 – December 12, 2021 


    Bringing together the works of 75 international artists, “NOTHINGTOSEENESS - Void/White/Silence” draws on John Cage description of the equivalent of silence in the visual arts as “nothingtoseeness” and circumscribes nothingness through seeing and feeling. The exhibition is dedicated to this experience of seeing and the broad spectrum of meanings of the colour white, emptiness and silence.


    Akademie der Künste
    Hanseatenweg 10
    10557 Berlin-Tiergarten

  • Concurrent exhibitions in Berlin – Ongoing

  • 6 out of 60 / Black and White

    6 out of 60 / Black and White

    with Isa Melsheimer

    Through September 26, 2021



    Two new ceramic works by Isa Melsheimer are on view in a group exhibition entitled 6 out of 60 / Black and White at the Käthe Kollwitz Museum located in Fasanenstraße in Berlin’s Charlottenburg neighborhood, next to Literaturhaus Berlin and Villa Grisebach, the venue of Grisebach auction house. 


    Käthe Kollwitz Museum

    Fasanenstr. 24

    10719 Berlin





    with Thomas Demand

    Through December 12, 2021



    A FIRE IN MY BELLY is a large collection exhibition, featuring over thirty artists from different generations and backgrounds, including Thomas Demand, who in a variety of mediums and contexts examine the ways in which experiences of violence and loss are enacted, witnessed, and transformed. Comprising film, video, photography, painting, sculpture, and poetry, the exhibition explores how artists negotiate and transcend these experiences through personal and political gestures of protest and resistance. The works included in A FIRE IN MY BELLY thus alternate between moments of tension, poetry, and release.




    Julia Stoschek Collection Berlin
    Leipziger Straße 60
    10117 Berlin


  • Rosa Barba – In a Perpetual Now

    Rosa Barba – In a Perpetual Now

    August 22, 2021 – January 16, 2022


    Watch our exclusive exhibition film here 


    For the reopening of the Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin-based artist Rosa Barba will present various works under the title In a Perpetual Now. In addition to key pieces from her oeuvre created between 2009 and 2021, a new film produced for the exhibition will also be shown.

    With its architectural structure the large steel construction makes reference to Mies van der Rohe’s early project Brick Country House, while also displaying 15 of her cinematic and sculptural works. Specially produced for the architecture of the Neue Nationalgalerie, the expansive installation follows the prinicple of cinematic montage, which plays a pivotal role in the artist’s work.



    Neue Nationalgalerie

    Potsdamer Straße 50

    10785 Berlin


  • Diversity United

    Diversity United

    with Roman Ondak, Ugo Rondinone and Anri Sala

    Through October 10, 2021



    At Flughafen Tempelhof an expansive group exhibition with works by Roman Ondak, Ugo Rondinone and Anri Sala is on view. Entitled Diversity United, the trans-national exhibition with paintings, sculptures, videos, new media, photographies, installations, drawings and object of art by about 90 artists from 34 countries.


    Flughafen Tempelhof, Hangar 2+3

    Entrance from Columbiadamm 10

    10965 Berlin


  • Ways of Seeing Abstraction – Works from the Deutsche Bank Collection

    Ways of Seeing Abstraction – Works from the Deutsche Bank Collection

    with Karin Sander

    Through February 7, 2022



    Aspects of contemporary abstract art, coupled with historical reminiscences, are the focus of the third exhibition showcasing works from the Deutsche Bank Collection at the PalaisPopulaire. The selection includes some 168 works from 1959 to 2021.


    Karin Sander's work Wandstück / Wall piece is created by removing an extremely thin layer of paint with all its irregularities, about one-tenth of a millimeter thick, from the wall surface. By sanding the wall down numerous times using increasingly fine sandpaper, the wall beneath, which is covered with emulsion paint, is polished to a high gloss. The picture is created not by applying material but by removing it. The polished surfaces of the wallpieces mirror sections of their surroundings and alter their composition according to the position from which they are contemplated.


    Palais Populaire

    Unter den Linden 5

    10117 Berlin


  • Sculpture Park

    Sculpture Park

    with Angela Bulloch



    Heavy Metal Stack of Six: Greige is from a series of sculptures—assembled from modular shapes—that combine Angel Bulloch's interest in the logic of geometry and seriality with graphic and sculptural qualities. The surface of the vertically assembled rhomboid shapes, painted in three colors, creates an optical illusion of pushing and pulling planes, giving the work an almost abstract quality, shifting between two and three dimensions.


    Haus am Waldsee, Sculpture Park
    Argentinische Allee 30

    14163 Berlin

  • Concurrent exhibitions around Berlin

  • Sculpture Park Schwante

    Sculpture Park Schwante

    with Angela Bulloch

    Through October 31, 2021



    At Schlossgut Schwante, in Oberkrämer, about 45 minutes north of Berlin’s city center, a new presentation of outdoor sculptures was inaugurated on June 4. Among them is a beautiful new work by Angela Bulloch, Heavy Metal Stack of Six: Trichrome Purple, from 2021. The sculpture park’s play of sculptures and pastoral setting is well worth an excursion! There also is a restaurant attached to the site.


    Schlossgut Schwante

    Schlossplatz 1-3
    16727 Oberkrämer

    Fridays through Sundays only, 11 AM – 6 PM


  •  I am Nature – Of Vulnerability. Survival in the risk society

    I am Nature – Of Vulnerability. Survival in the risk society

    with David Claerbout, Etienne Chambaud, Philippe Parreno and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané

    Through October 13, 2021



    Schloss Lieberose host its summer exhibition, entitled I am Nature – Of Vulnerability. Survival in the risk society. Works from Etienne Chambaud, David Claerbout, Philippe Parreno and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané are installed in intriguing spaces full of shabby gentility at this Baroque castle located about 120 km southeast of the city center.


    Schloss Lieberose

    Schlosshof 3, 15868


    Saturdays and Sundays only, 12 – 6 pm


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