What Did I Miss

…and what did I not miss. A recap of the week's events, exhibitions, performances, dinners, openings, and parties.

  • Christina Dimitriadis on Dietrich-Bonhoeffer-Straße (Foto: Christian Lohse)
    by bpigs team, 14 Apr 2020
  • Ekkisens - Image credits: Amr Hamid
    by Sarie Nijboer, 15 Apr 2018
    The annual international artist-run art fair - SUPERMARKET is bringing together a showcase of artists’ initiatives from all over the world with the aim to display their unique projects and ideas, create opportunities for new networks on the Swedish and international art scene, and share the passion and vitality...
  • Painting by Tamuna Sirbiladze and chairs from Franz West at Charim Galerie during Art Berlin Fair.
    by Inês Correia, 18 Sep 2017
    Last week the Berlin Art Week filled the city with countless exhibitions, art fairs, art awards, talks, films, tours, parties, and more. Here is a collection of mobile photos that show our highlights of this years Berlin Art Week, from galleries to project spaces, private collections, and various other art venues all...
  • Social Geometrism Image Credits: Kunst Am Spreeknie Festival
    by Sarie Nijboer, 3 May 2017
    This year's events taking place during the Gallery Weekend are even more spread out and diverse than before. As the city is growing, so are the locations of the exhibitions. From Schöneweide to Charlottenburg and Neukölln, we made a 'klein aber fein' selection of exhibitions and events that we...
  • by bpigs team, 2 May 2016
    Bpigs team was out and about attempting to capture as much of the Gallery Weekend magic as possible. Take a virtual stroll through our snaps from the last week's events.
  • by Maria Santos, 26 Apr 2016
    Libros Mutantes is arguably one of the most interesting dates for art book lovers and independent publishers from every corner of Europe. The Madrid based fair is one of the youngest and international ones dedicated to independent printed matter and their intricated relationship with audiovisual arts. On its seventh...
  • by Adela Lovric, 27 Oct 2015
    Last week in Paris: FIAC, OFFICIELLE, and the new-born Paris Internationale. See what we did or did not miss at these three fabulous art fairs. 
  • by bpigs team, 21 Sep 2015
    Some of you surely agree with us - this year's Berlin Art Week was impressive as ever, and possibly more positively exhausting than ever. Although the intense art & party week ended, the good times can be streched way further -- we hope that our bits of impressions will encourage you to visit all of the...
  • by bpigs team, 17 Sep 2015
    Bpigs team was out and about last night for the abc gallery hopping.  Our little adventures pointed at many reasons to visit Berlin’s biggest art fair, and reminded us of many different possible meanings of “a”, “b”, and “c”. See where we wondered half-drunkenly (open bar...
  • by bpigs team, 19 Sep 2014
    The Berlin Art Week saga continues - so far, so good! Although a lot of events are already behind us, it is still not too late to catch up. Check out our highlights and venture into the art jungle. 
  • by bpigs team, 18 Sep 2014
    Berlin Art Week is stirring up the spirits once again with six days of events all around the city. Confusion and excitement, the crowds and the queues, free drinks, gossips, wacky outfits and cool shows. Here's what we did not miss so far; Part 1. 
  • by Cyrus Smith, 15 Sep 2014
    September is upon us. Berlin Art Week is upon us. Grab your art goggles and come get messy. Empty your schedules, grab a partner, and leave your life by the way side. This was the warm up for what awaits...
  • by bpigs team, 4 Aug 2014
    The sign that says "Vacation" still decorates many entrances around the city; nevertheless, we are back on track, just to prove that it is always a good idea to stay in Berlin. Many were lured last week back into the gallery crawl routes by the brand new Project Space Festival Berlin, which had a very...
  • by bpigs team, 30 Jun 2014
    Our 48 hours were well spent last week not only in Neukölln, but not very far either. Openings at KLEMM'S, Circle1 and Studio Chérie, as well as the performance at SomoS, were our main destinations, with many stops around the artists' favorite neighborhood. 
  • by bpigs team, 23 Jun 2014
    Music lovers and football fanatics had a special kick out of last week's events. Us art folks did not feel deprived in any way; we did concerts at Mauerpark, we know the relevant results, and we still did not miss the most interesting events of the week: openings at Alte Kindl Brauerei, Das Gift and Kuckei +...
  • by bpigs team, 16 Jun 2014
    Last week nobody missed the Berlin Art Prize, which evidently turned into one of the most important cultural events in Berlin. Cheers to the winners and the organisers for this great get-together for the entire art scene. Besides the big ceremony, plenty of other events kept us entertained from Thursday till...
  • by bpigs team, 8 Jun 2014
    Hey, it is Monday, believe it or not! The Bpigs team is here to gently remind you that the prolonged weekend is close to its end. If it comforts you: the fun is not over as long as the memory is alive. Let us remember (before we forget) last week's lovely events.
  • Jeremy Shaw The Quickeneres Johann König opening
    by bpigs team, 2 Jun 2014
    Rain and endless queues aside, last week will be remembered for widely dispersed exhibitions well worth visiting; from Auguststrasse to Krumme Lanke, or in the walkable distance - from Johann König, Berlin to Schinkel Pavillon.

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