Berlin Art Week
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The Berlin Art Week is a great opportunity for art enthusiasts to discover and discuss the works of international and local artists exhibited in hundreds of galleries.
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Statista, Haus der Statistik, Sign Allesandersplatz (2019)
In the Berlinische Galerie, a woman looks at pictures from the series "A Visualization of the Threat" by the artist "Nemes", which shows blurred photographs of trucks (2018).
On 14.09.2017, a visitor photographs the sculpture "Kendall" (2014) by the artist Carole Feuerman with his smartphone at the "Positions Berlin Art Fair 2017" in Berlin.
Bronze sculptures by Hannes Helmke are on display at the "Positions Berlin Art Fair 2017" on 14.09.2017 in the Arena in Berlin.
On 13.09.2017 in Berlin, a woman photographs a work of art by the artist Hans Weigand during the final preparations for ArtBerlin.
For five days in September, art lovers from all over the world gather in Berlin for the Art Week. The Berlin Art Week combines several events that take place every September, for instance the two art fairs "art berlin" and "Positions Berlin". Furthermore, a number of Berlin-based institutions for contemporary art use the opportunity to collaborate with many artists and galleries for a series of events, promoting the city as a place for making, celebrating and discussing art.
Berlin Art Week - Stamping Ground for the International Art Scene
Major events of the Berlin Art Week such as opening receptions, talks, performances and art installations offer collectors, gallerists, media representatives, international guests and of course artists the opportunity to meet. At discussions, artists, collectors, gallery owners, curators and art enthusiasts from all over the world debate the latest artistic positions, adding yet another dimension to the Berlin Art week.
Participating Galleries and Venues
Among the participating venues are Tempelhof Airport, Postbahnhof at Ostbahnhof, Akademie der Künste, ESMT European School of Management and Technology, C/O Berlin, Deutsche Bank KunstHalle, Haus am Waldsee, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, me Collecetors Room, Nationalgalerie, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.), Neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (nGbK), Schering Stifitung, and Schinkel Pavillon.
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Berlin Art Week 2018
Berlin Art Week 2017
Berlin Art Week 2015
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Last edited: 7. October 2019