Bernar Venet, 1961 – 2021

Bernar Venet, 1961 – 2021

29 January to 30 May 2022

The exhibition «Bernar Venet, 1961-2021. 60 years of performance, paintings and sculptures» shows over 150 works by the French artist Bernar Venet at the former Tempelhof Airport.

Bernar Venet

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Archive: Visitors look at works by Bernar Venet at Blain|Southern Gallery in 2019.

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The Venet exhibition is the largest and most comprehensive retrospective of the French artist worldwide to date. It encompasses his entire complex and wide-ranging oeuvre as a sculptor, painter, performance artist as well as a radical conceptual artist. The exhibition brings together over 150 works that reflect the artist's uncompromising, almost obsessive approach to constantly reshaping his environment through art. The impressive retrospective will be shown in the large hangars 2 and 3 of Berlin's former Tempelhof Airport.

At a glance

Bernar Venet, 1961-2021. 60 years of performance, paintings and sculptures
Tempelhof Flughafen
29. January 2022
30. May 2022
Opening hours
Monday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday closed.
Admission Fee
10 Euro, red. 5 Euro (children up to 16 years free)
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Former Tempelhof Airport

Source: Stiftung für Kunst und Kultur Bonn/edited

| Last edited: 13. January 2022