Berlin Art Week is a highlight on the contemporary art calendar in the German capital. The rich variety of the programme is made possible by the joint collaboration of institutions, galleries, artists, private collectors, and project spaces and draws international attention.
For the seventh time, from 26-30 September 2018, the Berlin art scene is hosting art fairs, exhibition openings, award ceremonies, artist films, and numerous special events. Visitors can expect large-scale exhibitions on established artists as well as countless presentations in a wide range of genres by artists yet to be discovered. Once again, a main focus of attention is on the art fairs art berlin and Positions Berlin Art Fair, which this year both present their galleries in the hangars of the former Tempelhof Airport. A special focus on photography is introduced with the EMOP Opening Days of EMOP Berlin — European Month of Photography 2018 at C/O Berlin, one of many highlights of this year's Berlin Art Week.
The partners of Berlin Art Week 2018 are: art berlin, Positions Berlin Art Fair, Akademie der Künste, Berliner Festspiele/Immersion, Berlinische Galerie, C/O Berlin, daadgalerie, Berliner Festspiele/Gropius Bau, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Haus am Waldsee, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, KINDL — Center for Contemporary Art, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, me Collectors Room, Nationalgalerie — Staatliche Museen zu Berlin/Hamburger Bahnhof, neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (nGbK), Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.), PalaisPopulaire and Schering Stiftung.
Highlights of this year’s programme include solo shows by Lee Bul at Gropius Bau, Agnieszka Polska at Hamburger Bahnhof, Julian Charrière at Berlinische Galerie, Nicholas Nixon at C/O Berlin, Karin Sander at Haus am Waldsee, Lawrence Abu Hamdan at daadgalerie, Cecilia Jonsson at the project space of the Schering Stiftung and Evelyn Taocheng Wang at KW Institute for Contemporary Art.
Learn more about partners and programme of Berlin Art Week 2018 in the coming weeks: Register now to receive our newsletter or follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Berlin Art Week is made possible by the support of the Senate Department for Culture and Europe as well as the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises, and realized with the support of GASAG AG. Kulturprojekte Berlin is responsible for coordination and communication.
Many participating private collections are already opening their exhibitions at the weekend.More
Some of the 20 winners of the Project Space Art Awards are already opening their exhibitions for Berlin Art Week this weekend.More
Tonight, the Wentrup Gallery in Kreuzberg will open the solo exhibition "Ein Zimmer im Raum" with works by Gregor Hildebrandt.More
After 17 months of construction, the Haus am Waldsee was scheduled to reopen on 26 September 2018 as part of Berlin Art Week.More
Today, the Schinkel Pavillon is opening the group show "Proof of Work".More