NEWS 2022


Fragmentierte Realitäten
Collage als Kulturtechnik im 20. Jahrhundert

3 December 2022 – end of February 2023
Brandenburgisches Landesmuseum für moderne Kunst, BLmK, Cottbus

The Mystic

is a collaboration with Robert Fitterman. It comes out soon as a Collective Task Edition; a vinyl LP 12“, 8 copies, sleeve design in screen printing technique and with a booklet. For more information, the video and the music click here

Klaus Killisch, The Mystic, 2022, oil on canvas, 50 x 50cm

Aufbrüche. Abbrüche. Umbrüche.
Kunst in Ost-Berlin 1985 – 1995

16 September – 11 December 2022
From late summer 2022, the Stiftung Kunstforum Berliner Volksbank, together with the Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin, is showing the exhibition Aufbrüche. Abbrüche. Umbrüche. Kunst in Ost-Berlin 1985‒1995. Both institutions are featuring not only an exciting decade in art but two important art collections in Berlin at the same time. Using examples by 55 artists from the extensive Kunstsammlung der Berliner Volksbank and the inventory of the Stadtmuseum Berlin’s (Berlin City Museum) art collections, the presentation looks back at the lively and diverse art scene in East Berlin before and after the changes brought about by the fall of the Berlin Wall. The exhibition can be viewed at three locations: at the Stiftung Kunstforum Berliner Volksbank in Charlottenburg and at two venues of the Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin in Mitte, the Museum Nikolaikirche (St. Nicholas’ Church Museum) and the Museum Ephraim-Palais.

Klaus Killisch, Bonjour Monsieur, 1989, oil on canvas, 245x280cm, collection Stiftung KUNSTFORUM der Berliner Volksbank

I am an Artist. What I don’t understand in Contemporary Art Today?

responses from 20 artists. a project by Vadim Zakharov. published оn iKono TV. watch here

Learning to fly

2 April – 31 July 2022
with Eddie Bonesire, Dieter Goltzsche, Sabine Herrmann, Klaus Killisch, Anna Slobodnik, Mathieu Zurstrassen, curated by Marie-Thérèse Huppertz
Berlin Brussels Art Projects, Place de la Vieille Halle au Blé 25/26, Brussels

Klaus Killisch, Dio, 2021, oil on canvas, 30 x 30cm


15 April – 29 October 2022
20 Positionen von KünstlerInnen aus Mecklenburg-Vorpommern und Berlin, kuratiert von Reinhard Buch
Galerie BLACKBOX, Zum Wallbach 15, Hirschburg

Klaus Killisch, Die Welt ist eine Scheibe, 2013, mixed media on canvas, 100 x 80cm

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15 – 18 April 2022
with Marion Andrieu, Nadine Fecht, Moritz Frei, Carla Guagliardi, Klaus Killisch, Petra Kübert / Christina Zück, Jurgen Ostarhild, curated by GLUE
Gewerbehof, Saarbrücker Straße 24, 10405 Berlin

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Klaus Killisch, Das Ende des 20.Jahrhunderts, 2008, mixed media on canvas, 200x250cm



Zerbrechlich! Ton, Scheibe, Bild: Künstlerkeramik

12.3. – 26.6.22
Brandenburgisches Landesmuseum für moderne Kunst, Cottbus

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Klaus Killisch, Fayance, Vase, 1995, Werkstatt Wilfriede Maaß



19 Mar – 16 Apr 2022
In collaboration with artists and friends the gallery LAGE EGAL dedicated a FREE SPACE open to exhibit art works in reaction to the current situation and to donate them to help Ukraine endangered by the aggression of the forces directed by Putin. All funds raised will go to the Berlin-based non-profit association MitOst e.V. Also on view for the very first time is my painting Revolution, 1989, oil on canvas, 215 x 100cm.
LAGE EGAL [GW34/35] Greifswalder Str 34 10405 Berlin

FREE SPACE (FOR UKR) @ LAGE EGAL in Berlin, 19 Mar – 16 Apr 2022



23 Feb – 27 Feb 2022
Alekos Hofstetter, Klaus Killisch @ LAGE EGAL ooth 18], Palacio de las Alhajas, Plaza San Martín, 28013 Madrid

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Klaus Killisch, The Last Day Of Summer, 2022, ink, acrylic paint on paper, 29,5x21cm, 11.6×8.3inch



25 January – 21 March 2022

is a temporary installation in collaboration with Markus Rheinfurth at St. Nicholas’ Church in Berlin. Nikolaikirche is the oldest church in Berlin and serves as a museum and a concert venue, administered by the Stadtmuseum Berlin.

Stadtmuseum Berlin, Nikolaikirche

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fragments, 2022, Krautkapelle, Nikolaikirche Berlin


18 December 2021 — 29 January 2022
The title of the exhibition refers to the Rolling Stones’ album December’s Children (And Everybody’s), released in December 1965. It was the last of the band’s early albums, on which covers and original songs were still mixed. The exhibition also presents a mix of styles, generations and media, combining paintings, photographs and installations.


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Klaus Killisch, Inner Vision Studio, 2021, LED-light, oil on canvas, 200 x 250cm


Release of my new digital album Adorno on bandcamp, Spotify and more. The tracks have been recorded in 2020 in my painter studio with guitar, iPad and effect pedals.
My interest in Adorno, philosopher and musicologist, grew when I saw a photo of him hanging out by a river and listening to music with headphones on. I know he was critical towards jazz and pop music and saw it as a product of the “capitalist machine”, but I like the image of someone relaxing and meditating to music.

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