Solo Exhibitions

Group Exhibitions

Images from Preparing for Darkness Group exhibition at Kühlhaus Berlin

Kühlhaus Berlin
Luckenwalder Straße 3, 10963 Berlin
Thursday, 10 May, 2018 to Monday, 21 May, 2018

Curated by Uwe Goldenstein
Ground floor: solo exhibition by Attila Szűcs
Kubus, 3 floors: main exhibition & video installation by Adam Magyar
top floor: installations by Douglas Henderson, Edith Kollath & Andreas Lutz,
curated by Mario Mazzoli

List of Artists: Per Morten Abrahamsen, Danja Akulin, Giampiero Assumma, Daniel Behrendt, Radu Belcin, Robert Bosisio, Adam Bota, Astrid Brandt, Sergii Chaika, Konstantin Déry, Gregor Gaida, Simone Haack, Douglas Henderson, René Holm, Manfred W. Jürgens, Fritz Koch, Edith Kollath, Maurizio L´Altrella, Andreas Lutz, Adam Magyar, Nikolai Makarov, Gabor A. Nagy, Enda O’Donoghue, Alejandro R. Gonzàlez, Flavia Pitis, Nicola Samorì, Alice Stepanek & Steven Maslin, Richard Stipl, Attila Szűcs, Alexander Tinei, Miriam Vlaming, Alexander Zakharov, Josef Zlamal

Images from the Xmas Xhibition at Bernheimer Contemporary, Berlin

Bernheimer Contemporary
Oranienburgerstr. 32 - Heckmann-Höfe 10117 Berlin
Wednesday, 6 December, 2017 to Saturday, 20 January, 2018

Featured Artists: 

Andreas Blank, Karol Bethke, Alexander Deubl, Swaantje Güntzel, Sebastian Klug, Jan Kuck, Bertram Landwerlin, Pierre Louavar, Alessandro Lupi, Enda O’Donoghue, Dario Puggioni, Daniele Sigalot, Johannes Vetter

In collaboration with Artitious

Frieze - Group exhibition at Kunsthalle m3

Kunsthalle m3
Mengerzeile 1-3, 12435 Berlin
Saturday, 18 June, 2016 to Sunday, 3 July, 2016



"Frieze" in architecture refers to a long band of carved, modelled or painted decoration, usually adorning buildings just under the roof or ceiling. This form of architectural ornamentation had its origins in Antiquity and was particularly widespread in Ancient Greece, Egypt and Rome.

The frieze is the chosen format for the fourth annual exhibition of the Berlin-based artists' group, InFormat. The members of this international collective are Paul Barnett (NZ), Nicole Heinzel (UK/GER), Michelle Lloyd (IRL), Ivan Lacaze (FRA), Karla Marchesi (AUS), Enda O'Donoghue (IRL), Cameron Rudd (UK) and Alex Tennigkeit (GER).

Contrary to narrative friezes in art history such as the Athenian life scenes in the Parthenon Frieze or Gustav Klimt's homage to the composer in his Beethoven Frieze, InFormat did not set themselves a designated "theme". A common height of 80cm and each individual's interpretation of "frieze", were the project's only stipulations. This optical common denominator and the hanging itself will determine the dialogue between the artists' panels and the space of the hall - an on-site story unfurls.

The Mobility Project at The Meter Room, Coventry, UK - 2012

Thursday, 19 January, 2012 to Sunday, 19 February, 2012

The Mobility Project at the Meter Room, Coventry, UK.

Exhibition runs until 19th February 2012.

Curated by Elly Clarke/Clarke Gallery

With work by Simon Clark, Elly Clarke, Enda O’Donoghue, Kerstin Honeit, Rebecca Pittam, plan b/Sophia New & Dan Belasco Rogers, Fedora Romita and Kym Ward

Review of this exhibition by Adele Mary Reed on This Is Tomorrow | Download press release with info about individual works | Specially commissioned, Limited Edition Prints