berlin art week

  • 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...
  • by Julianne Cordray, 14 Sep 2017
    The first iteration of art berlin – a new partnership between abc art berlin contemporary and Art Cologne – has opened its doors this Berlin Art Week. The elaborately configured network of stalls filling STATION-Berlin's vast space will spill out into an accompanying, and no less densely...
  • by Julianne Cordray, 13 Sep 2017
    This year's Berlin Art Week is underway, and we've met with the Netzwerk Freier Berliner Projekträume Und –Initiativen – which comprises a crucial part of the independent scene in BAW's program. Board member Chris Benedict, who also runs WerkStadt project space, spoke to us about...
  • by Adela Lovric, 13 Sep 2017
    Back for its sixth year, this edition of Berlin Art Week runs from September 13 to 17, showing off the very best of art in Berlin and beyond. Galleries, project spaces, private collections, and various other art venues across the city are participating with exhibitions, art fairs, art awards, talks, films, tours,...
  • by Adela Lovric, 11 Sep 2017
    For its 19th edition of "Appropriating Language" series, organised in partnership with the Berlin Art Week, Manière Noire shows an installation by the media artist and composer Arnold Dreyblatt. We spoke with Arnold about his ongoing show "Replica" and a number of...
  • by Adela Lovric, 4 Sep 2017
    Katharina Maria Raab posesses a rare, almost romantic devotion to art. This passionate art lover, who runs her own gallery since 2015, has launched herself among the most prominent gallerists in Berlin in the last two years of working on her exhibition program. Her "all-in" approach to building a bridge...
  • by Adela Lovric, 30 Aug 2017
    We're slowly drifting away from holiday feels and into a hectic month priding on the most exciting art week of the year. Before the Berlin Art Week officially kicks off, many of the galleries will have an early opening to avoid the fuss. Our tip is to take the same approach and see what's on in a relaxed pre-...
  • by Adela Lovric, 25 Aug 2017
    A fresh curatorial approach and new artistic positions might give you an impression of Galerie im Turm as a fairly recent member of Berlin's art scene. The gallery is, in fact, more than 50 years old, and has existed with the current program format since 2011. Today, as a communal gallery of the district...
  • by Andrea Palacios, 5 Nov 2016
    There’s no place for dignity in this world. A powerful, yet uncomfortable statement introduces you to “Space Refugee”,  the exhibition by Halil Altindere presented at n.b.k. for this year’s Berlin Art Week. As for the news headlines, the city’s day to day life, Berlin is now filled...
  • 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...
  • Caption: Alona Rodeh, Safe and Sound (High Visibility), 2016, installation view at abc. Courtesy Grimmuseum and the artist.
    by Sarie Nijboer, 19 Sep 2016
    On Sunday afternoon we met with Enrico Centonze from Grimmuseum at his booth at ABC. This year he is showing the work of Alona Rodeh. The Israeli artist created for ABC the work Safe & Sound High Visibility. A presentation of 21 graphic works that trace various work-wear designs. How is it going? Are you still...
  • 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 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 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, 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. 

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