Next Berlin Art Week will take place from 9—13 SEP 2020.
In this highly unusual year, Berlin Art Week beckons once again with an exciting programme of contemporary art with our programme partners: exhibitions and events at familiar and new venues await our visitors. The decentralized concept of Berlin Art Week and new digital forms of access allow to implement a city-wide event with a large number of participating partner institutions despite the coronavirus pandemic. But the health and safety of all take priority.
Berlin Art Week, launched in 2012 as an collaboration of various partners, is all about contemporary art and brings together the most important players in Berlin's art scene: from art institutions, an art fair and private galleries to private collections, project spaces, and artists. Joining forces, the entire art scene opens up to art enthusiasts from around the globe with a programme of openings, award ceremonies, interventions in public space, guided tours, and discussions. Berlin Art Week reflects what the city is all about: a source where art is created, a laboratory where topics in art are being discussed, a place for new impulses and many discoveries.
Berlin Art Week is a project by Kulturprojekte Berlin. It 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.
Marc Bauer at Berlinischen Galerie, four exhibition openings at Kindl—Centre for Contemporary Art, Symposium ›(EC)CENTRI|CITY—Die exzentrische Stadt‹, and the artistic intervention ›We (all) are the people‹ by Hans Haacke...More
Online Viewing Rooms at Art Basel & Basel by Berlin, an Instagram Take Over with John Miller, a live stream by PalaisPopulaire and the Instagram format „One week, one artist‟ by The Feuerle Collection...More
The PROJECT SPACE AWARD 2020 will be presented during Berlin Art Week in September. Today the Senate Department for Culture and Europe announced the 10 award winners...More
Instagram tour at PalaisPopulaire, online gallery plattform BerlinViews, and online collection of the Julia Stoschek Collection...More