On View at the Gallery

On View at the Gallery

and Concurrent Exhibitions in Berlin
July 18 – August 27, 2022
Closing in

Esther Schipper is pleased to present Summer ’22, a group exhibition with works by Sarah Buckner, Ann Veronica Janssens, Sojourner Truth Parsons, Cemile Sahin, Julia Scher, Sun Yitian and Tao Hui. On view are works in a range of media, among them installation, film, sculpture and painting.

 
Please note from August 1–14 the gallery will be open
Wednesday through Friday, 12–6pm.



 

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  • Summer ’22 Exhibition view: Summer '22, Esther Schipper, Berlin, 2022. Photo © Andrea Rossetti

    Summer ’22

    With Sarah Buckner, Sojourner Truth Parsons, Cemile Sahin, Julia Scher, Sun Yitian and Tao Hu

     

    Summer ’22
    With Sarah Buckner, Sojourner Truth Parsons, Cemile Sahin, Julia Scher, Sun Yitian and Tao Hui
    July 21 – August 27, 2022
    www.estherschipper.com

    Special opening hours August 1–14, Wed–Fri 12–6pm

    Please note that from August 1–14 the gallery will be open Wednesday through Friday, 12–6pm.

  • Concurrent exhibitions in Berlin

    With ongoing Covid-19 regulations it is recommended you check the visitor information of each respective institution when planning your visit.
  • '...' Exhibition view: '...', Tropez, Sommerbad Humboldthain, Berlin, 2022. Photos © Ink Agop

    '...'

    with Isa Melsheimer


    TROPEZ
    Sommerbad Humboldthain
    Wiesenstraße 1
    13357 Berlin
    Through August 19, 2022
    www.tropeztropez.de

    For their yearly summer exhibition, TROPEZ, a space for art inside the public pool Sommerbad Humboldthain, is featuring a group exhibition with works by Ana Alenso, Grit Burmeister & Franzi Kleinert, Samira Hodaei, Lungiswa Gqunta, Isa Melsheimer, Nadim Vardag, Shira Wachsmann, Mara Wohnhaas.

    Outdoor sculptures and (video) installations translate the effects of various crises and social injustice into tangible images. ... responds to the speechlessness in the face of current world events and quotes the three dots familiar from messenger services that appear whenever the person on the other side is writing. What could we answer?

  • Opera Opera. Allegro ma non troppo Rosa Barba, NO – Orchestra con nastro, 2022, installation, film loop 16mm, optical sound, piano strings, kinetics, dimensions variable. Commissioned by MAXXI, co-produced by Bertelsmann / Archivio Storico Ricordi MAXXI Collection. Rai Teche Material licensed by Rai Com S.p.A., Archivio Storico Ricordi © Ricordi & C. S.r.l. Milano. Photo: Mathias Schormann. © Rosa Barba, VG-Bild Kunst, Bonn 2022

    Opera Opera. Allegro ma non troppo

    With Rosa Barba


    Palais Populaire
    Unter den Linden 5
    10117 Berlin
    Through August 22, 2022
    www.palaispopulaire.db.com

  • Friendship. Nature. Culture. Karin Sander, Brushstroke, White, 1995, clip-frame, wallpaint on glass, 20 x 25 cm, edition of 25. Photo © Studio Karin Sander

    Friendship. Nature. Culture.

    With Karin Sander


    44 Years of the Mercedes-Benz Art Collection
    Works of the Collection 1920–2021
    Mercedes-Benz Contemporary
    Haus Huth
    Alte Potsdamer Straße 5
    10785 Berlin
    Through August 28, 2022
    www.mercedes-benz.art

  • Tresor 31 – Techno, Berlin und die große Freiheit Still: Hito Steyerl, Die leere Mitte (The Empty Center), 1998, 16mm shown on video, sound, 62 minutes. © the artists / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2022

    Tresor 31 – Techno, Berlin und die große Freiheit

    with Hito Steyerl


    Tresor Berlin
    Köpenicker Str. 70
    10179 Berlin
    Through August 28, 2022
    www.tresorberlin.com

    Techno, Berlin und die große Freiheit 
    is a personalised, audio-led exhibition-experience taking place in Kraftwerk. Through films, sculpture, archival objects and photography the exhibition explores the three decade long story contextualising techno’s ‘big bang’ in Berlin the early 90s. Specific historical conditions created the external circumstances for this movement to explode at that place and at that time. The exhibition examines Tresor’s winding journey in context - from its pre-history in the unusual economic and social conditions of West Berlin to its transition into the cosmopolitan capital city of today. Through archival material and artworks, combined with a spatialised headphone audio-system, Tresor 31’s exhibition explores the personal narratives that underpinned techno culture since its beginnings as an artistic and social movement.

  • Balance Ugo Rondinone, einundzwanzigstermaizweitausendundvier, 2004, acrylic airbrush on canvas, silkscreen on plexiglass plaque, Ø 270 cm. Photo © Studio Rondinone

    Balance

    With Ugo Rondinone


    Hamburger Bahnhof
    Invalidenstraße 50-51
    10557 Berlin
    Through October 9, 2022
    Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin
    www.smb.museum

  • at dawn Rosa Barba, This Space Populated by Infinite Colors, 2021, handblown glass, wood, 248 x 56 x 54 cm. © Rosa Barba, VG-Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2022. Photo © Andrea Rossetti

    at dawn

    With Rosa Barba
     
    Julia Stoschek Collection
    Leipziger Str. 60
    10117 Berlin
    Through December 4, 2022
    www.jsc.art
  • Under Construction | New Acquisitions for the Nationalgalerie’s Collection Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, ⊮, 2022, Kriska aluminium curtain, aluminium rail, powder-coated steel frames, 3,95 x 15 m (each, 3 parts). Exhibition view: Under Construction, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin, 2022, Nationalgalerie - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, 2022. Photo © Andrea Rossetti

    Under Construction | New Acquisitions for the Nationalgalerie’s Collection

    With Ceal Floyer and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané

    Hamburger Bahnhof
    Invalidenstraße 50-51
    10557 Berlin
    Through January 15, 2023

    www.smb.museum

    www.underconstructioninberlin.de


    The Hamburger Bahnhof holds an exhibition entitled Under Construction, presenting the latest additions to the Nationalgalerie collection, including works by Ceal Floyer and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané.

    Ever since the institution was founded in 1861, the collection of the Nationalgalerie has continually been expanded to include contemporary works from each passing era. The collection has been “under reconstruction” since the exhibition and research project Hello World: Revising a Collection (2018), which reflected on the political and cultural ramifications of the Nationalgalerie’s approach to collecting, and called for non-Western art movements and transcultural approaches to be incorporated into the museum’s practices and collections. In a presentation of selected new acquisitions, the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin is showing works by international artists in various media, including painting, installation, sculpture, video and works on paper.
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