abc art berlin contemporary

  • by Adela Lovric, 21 Sep 2016
    During her appearance in Berlin last Friday at the abc – art berlin contemporary, we caught Laure Prouvost for a quick chat about her work showed at the fair by the gallery Carlier Gebauer. The presentation included a brand new tapestry piece, as well as a performance related to the installation. Same as...
  • by Adela Lovric, 16 Sep 2016
    This year sees the ninth edition of abc art berlin contemporary, with 63 galleries from Germany and around the world presenting individual positions and curated projects inside and outside the exhibition halls. As promised in the foreword of this year's programme, the focus of Berlin's biggest art fair is on...
  • by Adela Lovric, 7 Sep 2016
    The new season is about to begin, and the Berlin Art Week is the one to toll the bell. From September 13 to 18 Berlin becomes the center of the art world and shows off all of its best features. Galleries, project spaces, private collections, and various other art venues across the city are gathering for the Week of...
  • by Adela Lovric, 15 Sep 2015
    While simultaneously participating at the Lyon Biennale and getting ready for the Berlin Art Week, Marinella Senatore reached back to us and shared some thoughts on her upcoming solo show “Scenografia” at Peres Projects, and the related installation at the abc art berlin contemporary art fair....
  • by Adela Lovric, 8 Sep 2015
    We are counting down the days till the Berlin Art Week – starting on September 15th and gathering art lovers from all over the world for six days in Berlin. This year’s edition includes abc – art berlin contemporary, Positions Berlin, the project Stadt/Bild, as well as more than 20...
  • 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 Adela Lovric, 17 Sep 2014
    Being overwhelmed with art is one of the finer feelings in life. You never know when and how it is going to hit you, but it never fails to appear during the Berlin Art Week. The long awaited week is happening now and in full speed, so be quick and catch up before its gone till next September.   WEDNESDAY 17.09...
  • by Cyrus Smith, 14 Sep 2014
    In this series, Bpigs highlights artists and their work in progress just before their openings. An inside look into the studio practice and many other irrelevant thoughts that go through an artists mind before their proverbial 15 minutes of fame. Artist-to-artist, Berliner-to-Berliner, these are their stories. We...
  • by Cyrus Smith, 30 Aug 2014
    In this series, Bpigs highlights artists and their work in progress just before their openings. An inside look into the studio practice and many other irrelevant thoughts that go through an artists mind before their proverbial 15 minutes of fame. Artist-to-artist, Berliner-to-Berliner, these are their stories. Revving...
  • Pantone Emerald Paint
    by Nathan M., 24 Sep 2013
    While we waited at Michael Janssen gallerie last week for John Baldessari to arrive (late, against all odds) at the preview reception, Meg Cranston, his work partner, filled us in on the collaborative pieces they had made for their show Real Painting (for Aunt Cora). The colors, she said, were intentionally...
  • Figge von Rosen booth with Diana Sirianni
    by Despina Stokou, 20 Sep 2013
    And action! First thing I did on the fair was a step back, fretting from the crazy whip lady, one of the many shows/actions to be set up and taken down in the course of 2 hours in the Upcoming Exhibitions section right by the entrance. Is she performing a Julius von Bismarck? What I thought was as...
  • by Nathan M., 19 Sep 2013
    art berlin contemporary’s sixth edition opens today at Station Berlin! Following the success of last year’s art fair format, galleries across the world were invited to demonstrate their ability as producers for artists at this year’s fair. With 133 galleries representing around 18 countries, around...
  • by Adela Lovric, 17 Sep 2013
    Berlin Art Week, ladies and gentlemen, is starting right about NOW!  In the next few days time is the most precious currency - don't waste any of it - there is a lot not to be missed!  Tune in our facebook and twitter pages for daily events tips and live comments from our team and of course our NEW!...
  • by Nathan M., 16 Sep 2013
    In the sixth edition of abc art berlin contemporary, first-time director Maike Cruse presents over 130 galleries and 18 countries, with the three-day-long fair pushing each gallery and institution to demonstrate their abilities as producers for artists.  With many pieces made specially for the fair, abc features...
  • by Adela Lovric, 16 Sep 2013
    Upcoming Exhibitions is a conditional project space developed within the parameters of abc art berlin contemporary 2013. Existing wholly for the duration of abc, Upcoming Exhibitions will constitute a program made up of contributions by 14 invited international project spaces. It will allow each participating space...
  • by Despina Stokou, 2 Sep 2013
    Imagine you finally get invited to the Venice Biennale and you end up in this mess, in the upper left corner no less….That is what I thought about Sgarbi’s (mostly) painting cluster Arte no est Cosa Nostra, which appalled the art world in the Italian pavilion of the Venice Biennal two years ago. That was...
  • by Despina Stokou, 29 Aug 2013
    So what has been going on? Berlin Art Week is getting ready for its second edition. It got bigger, better and if possible... Berlin_er! The 10 main institution partners, abc and Preview art fairs are now joined by ten temporary partners, chosen by the judicious qualities of Monica Bonvicini, Claudia Wahjudi (Zitty),...
  • by Despina Stokou, 19 Sep 2012
    Rosa Barba (carlier gebauer) how many gallerists are needed to make something work? To be perfectly honest, I thought abc was kind of blah. Ok let me rephrase that. abc was fine, people liked it, quite a few LOVED IT (our editor Maria Santos for example), it was new, fresh, airy*, very well made, in fact I can...

Berlin Independents Guide is an artist run communications platform. The exhibition guide comes out every two months and is distributed for free in project spaces, galleries, institutions, and bookstores. Listings are accepted from project spaces, galleries, art institutes and art related venues in Berlin.
For more information and prices have a look here.
info(at)bpigs.com - Postal address: BPIGS at Blogfabrik, Oranienstrasse 185, 10999 Berlin / Respect the environment, please do NOT send printed invitations or posters.