Zilberman Gallery Berlin

  • by Adela Lovric, 28 Feb 2018
    Our freshly assembled Tips take you through some of the most interesting art exhibitions and events in Berlin. See what's really worth seeing in the following weeks. THURSDAY 01.03 19.00 Falkenrot Prize 2018 + “Out of Touch / Out of Time” @ Künstlerhaus Bethanien WHY: Künstlerhaus...
  • by Adela Lovric, 28 Feb 2017
    Our tips are a wave goodbye to long and arduous winter, and a warm welcome to longer days packed with lovely events. Here is our selection for the first days of March, in which, among other things, you shouldn't miss to get your hands on our brand new March/April printed issue.    WEDNESDAY 01.03 18....
  • by Adela Lovric, 10 Jan 2017
    New year has barely begun, and we are already popping new bottles of champagne: daadgalerie invites for a housewarming party to the new home in Kreuzberg and KW reopens its renovated chambers for its 25th birthday. Meanwhile art's birthday is celebrated worldwide and the Fashion Week makes a round in...
  • by Adela Lovric, 22 Nov 2016
    In these troubled worrisome times, we recommend boosting your immune system with art and engaging ideas. No better place than Berlin to undergo this kind of therapy - here's where, when, and why.    WEDNESDAY 23.11 19.30 Conversas Berlin #9 @ Naunynstr. 53 WHY: Conversas Berlin is a series of...
  • by Adela Lovric, 4 Oct 2016
    While there's sadly less sun these days, the fun stays the same. Navigate fully focused through October's rain of invitations with our best-of event guide.  THURSDAY 06.10 18.00 Conversas @ Herzbergstrasse 123 WHY: Conversas Berlin is a series of weekly informal meetings introducing different...
  • by Adela Lovric, 12 Jul 2016
    There is no time to get lazy this month; exhibition openings, lectures, screenings, artist talks, pop-up art stores, and so many other occcasions to experience new things and meet new summer friends. Here is our must-shortlist for the following weeks.    THURSDAY 14.07 18.00 Lisa Tiemann - "...

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