Keeping true to its name Exile gallery in Berlin is closing its doors to Kreuzberg and moving after February 15.
Announcing they’ll be re-opening in New York in early September this year, people in the German city will have one last chance to see the space and view Martin Kohout‘s 5006 years of daylight and silent adaptation in the meantime.
Over the past five years, the gallery has featured work by Hanne Lippard, Jo-ey Tang, and Kathe Burkhart, while representing the likes of Kohout, Kazuko Miyamoto and Aggletek and becoming known for its annual SummerCamp group shows.
Read an interview with Martin Kohout and see the Exile website for info. **
Header image: Martin Kohout, 5006 years of daylight and silent adaptation (2014). Install view. Image courtesy of Exile.
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