Magnus Frederik Clausen, Débora Delmar, Laurent Dupont

February 15 – March 31, 2024

Super Super Markt, Brunnenstr. 22, Berlin


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  • Print edition: Oliver Osborne

    Oliver Osborne's first-ever etching depicts an intriguing character that is derived from a work originally attributed to Belgian painter Robert Campin (1378-1444).

  • Moving in

    Moving in is a group exhibition of new paintings and sculptures by a cross generational group of artists at Mulackstr. 26.

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  1. In the studio: Débora Delmar

    In the studio: Débora Delmar

    The London-based artist Débora Delmar talks about her roaming studio practice, projects that she is currently working, and the inspiration behind her Liberty Roses works that are part of our exhibition Magnus Frederik Clausen, Débora Delmar, Laurent Dupont.
  2. In the studio: Özgür Kar

    In the studio: Özgür Kar

    With a string of recent museum and Biennale shows in 2022, the young, Amsterdam-based artist Özgür Kar is working at an impressively prolific rate. We spoke with Kar about his work Bearer of bad news that is part of our group exhibition 24h, early artistic influences, what he is currently working on and the ‘death’ character that reappears in his work.
  3. In the studio: Ser Serpas

    In the studio: Ser Serpas

    Learn more about Ser Serpas, the LA-born, Paris-based artist who has been making waves in recent years, with major institutional and gallery shows in both Europe and the USA. Through autobiographical canvases and installations, she brings new life and meaning to materials found discarded on city streets.