In Bildern Seeds Shall Set Us Free II (detail), 2017-2019 © Munem Wasif, Courtesy of Project 88, Mumbai In Bildern, In Pictures IMAGE ECOLOGY—PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE CLIMATE CRISIS 06.09.2023 — C/O Berlin & BAW Editorial Team The thematic exhibition ›Image Ecology‹ presents twelve new artistic approaches that go beyond pictorial representations of the climate crisis while critically reflecting on their own conditions of production. Kissing in a bar, New York, 1977 © Mary Ellen Mark, Courtesy of The Mary Ellen Mark Foundation and Howard Greenberg Gallery In Bildern, In Pictures The World of the ›Unfamous‹—Mary Ellen Mark’s Encounters 31.08.2023 — C/O Berlin & BAW Editorial Team The retrospective ›Mary Ellen Mark . Encounters‹ presents a cross section of the oeuvre of the American photographer. 1 I Lin May Saeed, Teneen Albaher Relief / Sea Dragon Relief IV (V2), 2018 Styrofoam, steel, acrylic paint 37 x 52 x 17 cm, Photo: Wolfgang Günzel, courtesy Jacky Strenz, Frankfurt and the artist In Bildern, In Pictures Lin May Saeed 24.08.2023 — Kathleen Reinhardt In Paradise, the Snowflakes Fall Slowly. A Dialogue with Renée Sintenis Gropius Bau, Kader Attia, On Silence, 2021, Prothesen, variable Maße, Courtesy: der Künstler, Galerie Nagel Draxler und Lehmann Maupin, beauftragt von Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Foto: Markus Elbaus In Bildern, In Pictures Taking the World to the Repair Shop 29.08.2022 — Dominikus Müller Gropius Bau is opening a major exhibition around themes of repair, healing, and care during Berlin Art Week. C/O Berlin, Zackary Drucker, Rosalyne, 2019 © Zackary Drucker In Bildern, In Pictures Queerness in Photography—C/O Berlin 24.08.2022 C/O Berlin puts the spotlight on queer photography with three parallel, complementary exhibitions on view during Berlin Art Week. Here is a preview. Philippe Van Snick, Dag/Nacht, 1984–fortlaufend, Installationsansicht Eingangstor KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Foto: Frank Sperling, Courtesy Tatjana Pieters In Bildern, In Pictures 30 Years of KW 26.08.2021 — Jenny Dirksen KW Institute for Contemporary Art turns 30 this year. Jenny Dirksen, who has been organising the archive of this influential post-1989 Berlin art institution since 2018, presents and comments on a specially compiled assortment of invitation cards from the KW’s various phases—from 1991 to 2021.