Wolfgang Tillmans, Heartbeat/Armpit, 2003. Video still. Courtesy of the artistWrapped Appliqués, 1963 © Christo Tobias Hoffknecht, Placca 11, 2020. Courtesy Galerie Crone, Berlin Wien. Foto: Denis Laner, Berlin



Instagram tour at PalaisPopulaire
The PalaisPopulaire is currently hosting the exhibition ›Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Projects 1963—2020‹. Works from the Jochheim Collection portray the impressive shrouding of buildings and the installations in large landscape spaces by the famous artist couple. A visit to the museum is again possible since 6 May – but what cannot yet take place is the programme of events surrounding the exhibition. The PalaisPopulaire will therefore be streaming a live guided tour of the exhibition on Thursday 28 May at 8 pm on their Instagram channel. Follow the art historian Dr. Lisa Klotz through the exhibition and along early objects, large-format drawing tableaus, editions, and prints by the artist duo!
Online gallery plattform BerlinViews 
Over 25 galleries and gallery models have joined forces to create BerlinViews – a plattform to promote the visibility of art in Berlin, strengthen the soli­dar­ity of the gallery scene, and offer an online space for network­ing and collab­o­rat­ing in the current  times. Each gallery is portrayed with a short introduction along with works of one of their artists. Also prices are mentioned so that enthusiasts can directly make inquiries. Participating galleries are 68 Projects, alexander levy, Amazing Editions, Åplus, artflash, AXS ART, CRONE, Daniel Marzona, Duve Berlin, Ebensperger Rhomberg, Edition Block, FeldbuschWiesner­Rudolph, Galeria Plan B, Galerie Anton Janizewski, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Galerie EIGEN + ART, Galerie Kornfeld, Galerie Kuckei + Kuckei, Galerie Tanja Wagner, Galerie Thomas Fischer, Galerie Thomas Schulte, Klemm's, left gallery, mianki.Gallery, NOME, OFFICE IMPART, Philipp Haverkampf Galerie, SCHWARZ CONTEMPORARY, Soy Capitán, the Curve and Zilberman Gallery. The initia­tive was started by Galerie Tanja Wagner and OFFICE IMPART. Stop by!
Online collection of the Julia Stoschek Collection 
The online collection catalogue of the Julia Stoschek Collection is a true addition to a real museum visit: More than 63 film and video-based works by 21 artists are already available here free of charge and can be accessed at any time! More than 860 works by 282 artists are to be included – the entire media collection. Weekly in ›Julia’s Most Wanted‹ the collector personally introduces one of the featured works. This covers works by John Bock, Kate Gilmore, Cao Fei, and Wolfgang Tillmans, among others, which can be viewed directly from home and in full length. They are presented on the website on some kind of black stage, which reminds of a black box situation. Just search, click, and watch!