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Anne Imhof, "Untitled (Wave)," 2021, Installation view, "A FIRE IN MY BELLY," JSC Berlin; photo by Alwin Lay, courtesy of the artist.
Cyprien Gaillard, film still from "Cities of Gold and Mirrors," 2009, 16 mm film, 8'52″, color, sound; courtesy of the artist and Sprüth Magers, Berlin / London / Los Angeles.
David Wojnarowicz, still from "A Fire In My Belly (Film In Progress) and A Fire In My Belly (Excerpt)," 1986–87, Super 8 film transferred to video, color & b/w, no sound; courtesy of the Estate of David Wojnarowicz and PPOW Gallery, New York.
Sophia Al-Maria, video still from "Beast Type Song," 2019, video, 38'03 '', color, sound; courtesy of the artist and Project Native Informant, London.
Berlin, Friedrichstadt

A FIRE IN MY BELLY

Julia Stoschek Collection’s exhibition “A FIRE IN MY BELLY” features works from the collection by 36 artists exploring experiences of loss and violence.

February 6, 2021 - December 12, 2021

Julia Stoschek Collection’s exhibition “A FIRE IN MY BELLY” features works from the collection by 36 artists including names like Cyprien Gaillard, Barbara Hammer, Sophia Al-Maria and Anne Imhof. Named for David Wojnarowicz’s unfinished film A Fire In My Belly (Film In Progress) and A Fire In My Belly (Excerpt) from 1986–87, the show explores experiences of loss and violence through media like film, photography, painting, sculpture, poetry, and more.

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Leipziger Str. 60, 10117 Berlin, Germany
Feb 6 - Dec 12
Julia Stoschek Collection
A FIRE IN MY BELLY
Julia Stoschek Collection’s exhibition “A FIRE IN MY BELLY” features works from the collection by 36 artists exploring experiences of loss and violence.

Exhibitions

Berlin, Mitte |Exhibitions

Matthew Lutz-Kinoy: Window to the Clouds

Titled “Window to The Clouds,” Museum Frieder Burda Salon Berlin’s exhibition of Matthew Lutz-Kinoy features new and recent works installed in a playfully dreamlike setting.

Xinyi Cheng: The Horse with Eye Blinders

On view at Hamburger Banhof is “The Horse with Eye Blinders,’’ Paris-based artist Xinyi Cheng’s first institutional solo exhibition

Bunny Rogers: Self Portrait as Clone of Jeanne D’Arc

On view at Hamburger Bahnhof is Self Portrait as Clone of Jeanne D’Arc (2019), an installation by Bunny Rogers, addressing the complexities of youthful femininity.

Soulages

On view at Museum Frieda Burda is an exhibition of abstract paintings by Pierre Soulages.

The Burda Brothers

Museum Frieder Burda presents “The Burda Brothers,” an exhibition offering masterpieces of Expressionism from the collection of the 3 brothers Frieder, Hubert and Franz Burda.

Magical Soup

On view at Hamburger Bahnof is “Magical Soup,” a group exhibition featuring key works and loans representing the latest generation of artists and centred around the nexus of sound, image and social space.

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