What Did I (Not) Miss: Berlin Art Week 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 across Berlin that we checked out and feel are worth a visit.

Schutzgebiet by Antonia Low on view at EIGEN + ART Lab until October 14.

Schutzgebiet by Antonia Low on view at EIGEN + ART Lab until October 14.

Tarik Kiswanson, الزھور لوالدي Flowers for my father, on display until November 18 at carlier gebauer.

Site-Mutative Painting, an exhibition showing the work of Claudia Chaseling at Magic Beans Gallery until November 5.

At Meinblau Projektraum the exhibition Horizontal and Vertical Emptiness with the work of Andreas Burger is on display until September 24.

DVNST by Edmund Okstom can be visited at Rainbow Unicorn until October 6.

At König Galerie the work of Norbert Bisky can be seen in the exhibition Trilemma until October 8.

The exhibition Tropische Moderne with the work of Roberto Burle Marx on view at Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle until October 3.

Harun Farocki Retrospective can be visited at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein until January 28, 2018.

Chimera is an exhibition showing the work of Wilson Díaz on display at daadgalerie until October 29.

Opening of Bring Your Skin to the Market at Group Global 3000 with the performance What Are You Sorry For by Sarah St. Leger.

Bring your Skin to the Market, an exhibition featuring the work of 11 international artists on view at Group Global 3000 until November 10.

Installation by Azade Köker presented at Zilberman Gallery during Art Berlin Fair.

Painting by Tamuna Sirbiladze and chairs from Franz West at Charim Galerie during Art Berlin Fair.

Sprüth Magers with a room installation by John Bock during Art Berlin Fair.

Future Gallery presented the work of Femke Herregraven during Art Berlin Fair.

Selection of works inside Positions Box at Positions Berlin Art Fair.

Playground by Christian Claus at the exhibition booth of Bauhaus University Weimar at Positions Berlin Art Fair.

Opening of Berliner Liste at Postbahnhof on September 14 featuring THE TEMPLE, an audio-visual light and art installation with live painting and a contemporary dance performance from the Russian dancer and choreographer Valentin Tzin, with musical accompaniment from DJ Rødhåd.

Berliner Liste 2017 at Postbahnhof (artist unknown)

Berliner Liste 2017 at Postbahnhof (artist unknown)

Elements of Peaceful Engagement with works by Marlena Kudlicka at ŻAK I BRANICKA curated by Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk, until November 18.

Festival of Future Nows 2017 at Hamburger Bahnhof with the performative installation Mebrane by artist collective Thinking Hand.

Work by Hans-Henning Korb during Festival of Future Nows 2017 at Hamburger Bahnhof.

Performance by Care Less during Festival of Future Nows 2017 at Hamburger Bahnhof.

Video work A Hunger Artist by artist Daria Martin at Schering Stiftung.

Gordon Matta-Clark with 'The Notion of Mutable Space' at Galerie Thomas Schulte on display until November 4.

Solo exhibition 'Rider, Path, and Vehicle' by artist Nadira Husain inside the new space of PSM Gallery on view until October 21.

The group exhibition Black Matters. On view until November 4 at Galerie Barbara Thumm.

Jaguars and Electric Eels at the Julia Stoschek Collection with True North' by Isaac Julien, until November 26.


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