DUVE Berlin is relocating.
DUVE Berlin is excited to announce a change of location for 2018.
The gallery has been located in the space in Kreuzberg for over five years, but like all great romances, this too must come to an end! We are looking forward to a fresh perspective and the fresh faces that will come with the changes ahead of us. Our confirmed new location will be announced at the beginning of 2018, so keep your ear to the ground - we may become your new neighbour.
17/10/2017
What to See at Berlin Art Week: CHRISTOPHER FÜLLEMANN & LEONHARD HURZLMEIER
From Penny Rafferty for Elephant Magazine.
"DUVE does it again. This year the gallery presents two young artists, Christopher Füllemann and Leonhard Hurzlmeier with a press text from Karim Crippa, or perhaps it’s more fitting to say a press order from Crippa." (excerpt)
11/09/2017
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MAXIMILIAN ARNOLD
Maximilian Arnold was nominated as a Berlin Master 2017.

Exhibition on view from September 11 - 20, 2017.
06/09/2017
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*the new liquid model*
One night, five artists:
July 27, 7-11 p.m.
DUVE Berlin is pleased to present *the new liquid model*, the first in a series of trans-disciplinary one-night shows, featuring the work of Jala Wahid, Shade Therét, Rindon Johnson, Julia Colavita and Adam Chad Brody.
Curated by Naomi Bisley and Harriett Henderson.


13/07/2017
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MAXIMILIAN ARNOLD & IRIS TOULIATOU
We are pleased to announce our booth at Zona Maco México Arte Contemporáneo, *NEW NATURALS*, with Maximilian Arnold & Iris Touliatou.


View the booth here.


Find the Facebook event here.
02/02/2017
HALINA KLIEM
Halina Kliem's work *Three still lifes (with pink, yellow and blue)* is part of this year's Benefit Auction at NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein. The triptych will be auctioned on Saturday, December 12.
10/12/2016
MARGUERITE HUMEAU
Marguerite Humeau featured as #25 on Artnet's list, 'The 50 Most Exciting Artists in Europe Right Now, Part I'.
'In a year dominated by major political upheavals—in Europe and beyond—this wasn’t the moment for a round-up that obediently reflected sales figures and institutional exhibitions. Not to say we’re ignoring them, but we also wanted to look beyond, to the art world’s disruptors, influencers, agitators, and organizers. We need their input, now, more than ever.'
30/11/2016
The full review can be found here
DEBORA DELMAR CORP.
Debora Delmar Corp.'s exhibition *Headquarters* is featured on Artforum picks.
Author Arielle Bier says: "If genuine health and wellness are the goal, take Delmar’s market mimicry as a warning not to get drowned by the temptation of a few green drinks".
28/06/2016
The full review can be found here
MARGUERITE HUMEAU
Marguerite Humeau's exhibition *FOXP2* at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, FR has been reviewed in the New York Times.
Author Kat Herrimann says about the exhibition: "Humeau brings this idea to life with a funeral procession of 10 to-scale pachyderms, which occupy a platform in the center of the space. Like her past projects, the sculptures are incredibly stylized, working as both functional and symbolic objects. Each elephant represents an emotion, and Humeau has injected substances into each structure to evoke them — ranging from real elephant tears, to alcohol, to hormones associated with euphoria."
28/06/2016
The full review can be found here
DEBORA DELMAR CORP.
Debora Delmar Corp. will participate in the 9th edition of the Berlin Biennale, opening on Friday, June 3, 2016. This year's edition is curated by the New-York based collective DISS.
For her intervention in the frame of the Biennale, Delmar will transform the restaurant of The Akademie der Künste at Pariser Platz into a juice bar, highlighting her interest in inspirational lifestyles, marketing strategies aimed at the middle classes of globalized economies as well as the visual and semiotic strategies that trigger feelings of envy and possession.
The 9th Berlin Bienniale runs from June 4 to September 18, 2016. Image courtesy Berlin Biennale.
25/05/2016
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IRIS TOULIATOU
Iris Touliatou will launch her fragrance FLORIDA, produced in cooperation with perfumer Jahnvi Dameron Nandan for Five & Dime today at 7 p.m at Potsdamer Straße 92, Berlin.
How will peonies smell in zero gravity? Florida takes its name from the scent’s last point on earth before take-off.
To mark its release, Five & Dime will present their first ever physical store, establishing for a limited time an exhibition boutique in a very special locale on Berlin's Potsdamerstrasse.



Source: Five & Dime, 2016



Image: NASA/Scott Kelly/@StationCDRKelly
04/05/2016
MARGUERITE HUMEAU
Marguerite Humeau is on the cover of the current edition of Mousse Magazine.
Additionally, an interview of the artist and her colleague Cally Spooner by Nothingham Contemporary Director Sam Thorne can be found in the issue.
14/04/2016
ROMAN LIŠKA
Roman Liška is included in the exhibition *FACE TO FACE: Works from Ernesto Esposito Collection* at Palazzo Fruscione in Salerno, Italy. Curated by Eugenio Viola and opens on Tuesday, March 22.
22/03/2016
IRIS TOULIATOU
Iris Touliatou is part of the exhibition *NOW/WHERE*, curated by Marlies Wirth, opening January 29 at FRANZ JOSEFS KAI 3 in Vienna.
Artists include Andy Boot, Marilia Furman, Flora Hauser, Raphael Hefti, Lisa Oppenheim, Sarah Pichlkostner, Lucia Elena Prusa, Fred Sandback Max Schaffer, Sarah Schönfeld and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané.
30/01/2016
More information can be found here
IRIS TOULIATOU
Iris Touliatou will be part of the exhibition *In Formation*, opening on January 29 at Sexauer Gallery in Berlin.
The following artists are also included in the show: Dirk Bell, Slater Bradley, Harry Burden, Adrian Buschmann, Inge Dick, Rolf-Gunter Dienst, Janine Eggert & Philipp Ricklefs, Amira Fritz, Amélie Grözinger, Flaka Haliti, Jay Hines & Daniel Newman, Erik Schmidt, Kate Terry, Anna Virnich and Ettore Sottsass.
19/01/2016
EVAN GRUZIS
DUVE Berlin is pleased to announce *Condensed Matter Community*, a site-specific curatorial project organized by Evan Gruzis and Kristof Wickman. Designed to generate a dialogue about science, aesthetics, progress and entropy, the project will use the Synchrotron Radiation Center’s (SRC) “vault” in Stoughton, Winsconsin as an exhibition space to frame a selection of artworks during a transitional period, prior to forthcoming experiments.
Public reception: Saturday, December 12, 2015, 5–8 p.m.
By appointment into January 2016

Synchrotron Radiation Center: Home of Aladdin
3731 Schneider Dr.
Stoughton, WI 53589-3097 USA

More information about the show can be found here.

Image: courtesy University of Wisconsin-Madison Archives
12/12/2015
MARGUERITE HUMEAU
DUVE Berlin is pleased to announce Marguerite Humeau's participation in the exhibition *Sous La Lune / Beneath The Moon*, at ICA Institute of Contemporary Arts, Singapore. Humeau's complete solo show *Echoes*, exhibited in May 2015 at DUVE Berlin during Berlin Gallery Weekend, will be restaged in Singapore. The exhibition, co-produced by the Palais de Tokyo, Paris and the ICA Singapore, presents major works by eleven artists from Southeast Asia and France, focusing on their singular approach to materials, techniques and ideas.

Sous La Lune / Beneath The Moon
with works by Aung Ko, Hicham Berrada, Ade Darmawan, Marguerite Humeau, Dusadee Huntrakul, Emmanuelle Lainé, Lou Lim, Oanh Phi Phi, Vivien Roubaud, Yee I-Lann and Raphaël Zarka
Opening: Friday, December 11, 2015, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Duration: December 12, 2015– February 3, 2016
08/12/2015
More information about the show can be found here
EVAN GRUZIS
Evan Gruzis's work *Assorted Cosmetics*, which is part of the Milwaukee Art Museum's collection, is on view in the museum's newly renovated and reopened collection galleries. After a six-year renovation and and expansion, the MAM's collection reopened to the public on November 24.
More information about Evan Gruzis and his work can be found on his website and his artist page on the DUVE Berlin website.
26/11/2015
More information about the Milwaukee Art Museum's reopening can be found here
DEBORA DELMAR CORP.
Debora Delmar Corp. will be part of the exhibition *New Group Materialism*, hosted by tank.tv and opening on October 10, 6 p.m. Curated by Justin Polera, Jack O'Brien and Jeppe Ugelvig, the show "gathers works that mimic or negotiate the dangerously alluring aesthetics of neoliberal capitalism, through its favourite medium: the moving image".
Participating artists include General Idea, Bernadette Corporation, LuckyPDF, AIDS3D, DIS, Hito Steyerl, Shanzhai Biennial and Yuri Pattison.

Image: Debora Delmar Corp., Project for relaax.in as part of A Female Touch series:
07/10/2015
More information about this event can be found here
MARGUERITE HUMEAU
In the frame of this year's edition of *curated by_vienna*, Marguerite Humeau is part of the exhibition *Days of Future Just Past* at Charim Gallery in Vienna. Humeau will exhibit her sound piece *Cleopatra That Godess*. The show is curated by Brigitte Huck and Martin Gut and opens tomorrow, September 10, at 6pm; it will be on view until October 17, 2015.

More information about the exhibition *Days of Future Just Past* here.

More information about *curated by_vienna* here.
09/09/2015
JENS EINHORN & EVAN GRUZIS
In the frame of the exhibition "MACROCOSMI - ORDNUNGEN ANDERER ART. Ein Dialog zwischen Berlin und Bologna", works by Jens Einhorn and Evan Gruzis will be on view at Altes Postfuhramt West, Berlin, from September 14–20.
03/09/2015
More information about the show can be found here
ROMAN LIŠKA
Roman Liška will be part of the show *Can't Hug Every Cat* at Kunstquartier Bethanien, from September 18–20.
The show includes works by Florian Baudrexel, Dani Jakob, Manuela Leinhoß, Roman Liška, Florian Schmidt, Alexander Wolff and Michaela Zimmer.
03/09/2015
IRIS TOULIATOU
Iris Touliatou will participate in this year's edition of PARALLEL Vienna from September 22 – 27th.
The event takes place at the Alte Post on Dominikanerbastei, remaining true to PARALLEL's principle of using abandoned property in Vienna's city centre as a presentation platform for new and established art. Touliatou's works *Refreshment (What is the perfect length for a break?)* and *Workwear* are part of Jelena Seng's "curator statement", exclusively featuring Greek female artists.
09/04/2015
More information about PARALLEL Vienna can be found here
IRIS TOULIATOU
Iris Touliatou and Duve Berlin are featured in the Artspace's summing-up article from the last edition of art berlin contemporary.
Written by Carmen Stolfi, the article can be read in its entirety here.
09/04/2015
IRIS TOULIATOU
Iris Touliatou is participating in the show Open Corner: Listado poético de una colección at the Biblioteca Central de Cantabria, ES.
03/12/2014
CHRIS SUCCO & JENS EINHORN
Kasper Sonne, Chris Succo and Jens Einhorn will be presenting works in The Go-Between, an exhibition of works from the collection of Ernesto Esposito, opening at the Museo de Capodimonte - Naples, IT on 14 December. The show is curated by Eugenio Viola.
27/11/2014
EVAN GRUZIS
DUVE Berlin is delighted to announce that the Milwaukee Art Museum has acquired Evan Gruzis's work Assorted Cosmetics (2013) as part of their permanent collection.
27/11/2014
EVAN GRUZIS
Evan Gruzis is participating in the show SHA BOOGIE BOP at Anonymous Gallery - New York, NY, with Lala Abaddon, Miya Ando, Kadar Brock, Deb Covell, Robert Davis, Koen Delaere, Michael Dotson, Erik Foss, Gringler, Evan Gruzis, Geoff Hippenstiel, Matt Jones, Austin Lee, Jennie Jieun Lee, Pryce Lee, Evan Robarts, Jamie Sneider, Russell Tyler, Wendy White and more.
30/10/2014
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ROMAN LIŠKA
Roman Liška is taking part in the group exhibition New Abstraction at Leila Heller Gallery, NY. Featuring works by Tauba Auerbach, Christopher Wool, Lucien Smith, Ethan Cook, David Ostrowski, KAWS, Israel Lund, Ned Vena, Kasper Sonne, Sam Falls, Joe Bradley and more.
22/10/2014
IRIS TOULIATOU
Iris Touliatou is participating in the group show The Space Between at Locus Athens - Athens, GR with Pawel Althamer, Jonathas de Andrade, Cevdet Erek, Basim Magdy, Eftihis Patsourakis, Hrair Sarkissian, Hiraki Sawa, Vangelis Vlahos. Curated by locus athens / Maria-Thalia Carras & Olga Hatzidaki.
24/09/2014
ROMAN LIŠKA
Roman Liška is taking part in 'Closer to Gaza', a Benefit auction for medical aid to Gaza.

The auction will be available for bidding online on Paddle8 from September 10 through 21 and the artworks will be displayed at KÜHLHAUS Berlin from September 17 through 21 in collaboration with L40 Verein zur Förderung von Kunst und Kultur am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz e.V and its Director Susanne Prinz.
11/09/2014
ROMAN LIŠKA
Roman Liška is participating in the group show COVERED at NK Gallery in Antwerp, BE. Curated by Ariel Roger-Paris.
02/09/2014
ROMAN LIŠKA
Roman Liška is participating in the group show Tile at Kunstquartier Bethanien in Berlin, DE with Astali/Peirce, Andreas Helfer, Nathat Hylden, Henry Kleine, Julie Oppermann, Hannu Prinz, Michael Rockel, Elmar Vestner, Johannes Weiss, Michaela Zimmer. Curated by Stephan Koehler / frontviews.
26/08/2014
THE BRUCE HIGH QUALITY FOUNDATION SCREENING
DUVE Berlin is pleased to present a screening night of *L'eau de Vie, Un Film de Jean-Luc Godard*, The Bruce High Quality Foundation's landmark 2006 film.
10/05/2014
ROMAN LIŠKA
Roman Liška is featured in DIS Magazine article on Bloomberg New Contemporaries.
04/12/2013
Full article here
CHRIS SUCCO
Chris Succo has work in the group show organized by tasj magazine at the the M Building - Miami, FL.
26/11/2013
CHRIS SUCCO
Chris Succo is participating in the group show the go between at Sprovieri in London, UK with Joshua Abelow, Sebastian Black, Andy Boot, Etienne Chambaud, Graham Collins, Ethan Cook, Nick Darmstaedter, Robert Davis, Simon Denny, Sam Falls, Piero Golia, Greg Gong, Brendan Lynch, Helen Marten, Hugo McCloud, Oliver Osborne, Grear Patterson, Marco Perego, Dan Rees, Joe Reihsen, Ryan Conrad Sawyer, Kasper Sonne, Chris Succo, Yonatan Vinitsky.
14/09/2013