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June 11 - September 18, 2022
The Berlin Biennale is the international forum for contemporary art in Berlin.
The Biennale explores artistic developments and presents the unfamiliar against the backdrop of the city, its people and their relationship to art. It takes place every other year at varying locations in Berlin. Each time, it is organized according to the concepts and visions of well-known curators.
Discover the Unseen and Unknown at the Berlin Biennale
The Berlin Biennale is an "open space" that critically examines and experiments with the latest trends in the art world. The curators are called to engage in a dialogue with the city, its public, those interested in art, and the artists of the world. The Berlin Biennale explores artistic developments and presents the unseen and unknown. Its participating artists come from all over the world. The Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art 2022 is curated by Kader Attia.
Background of the Berlin Biennale
The Berlin Biennale was founded in 1998 on the initiative of Eberhard Mayntz and Klaus Biesenbach in order to promote an international forum for contemporary art in Berlin. The KW Institute for Contemporary Art has been the supporting organization of the Berlin Biennale since 2004. Its significance for the cultural landscape is reflected in the patronage granted by the German Federal Cultural Foundation.
- Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art 2022
- Akademie der Künste Hanseatenweg and Pariser Platz, pilot project Dekoloniale Erinnerungskultur in der Stadt, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum for Contemporary Art, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Stasi Museum
- 11. June 2022
- 18. September 2022
At a Glance
Venues of the Berlin Biennale 2022
Source: KW Institute for Contemporary Art Kunst-Werke Berlin e. V.
| Last edited: 13. June 2022