The fourth Berlin Art Week is taking over the German city this week, running from September 15 to September 20 at various locations throughout Berlin.
Like every year, the city explodes with art, with the abc art berlin contemporary and Positions Berlin art fairs both opening on Thursday, as well as over 20 institutional exhibitions, project spaces and private collections, and a stacked lineup of ceremonies, gallery nights, performances, talks and screenings.
The opening night brings the three different exhibitions with Redemption Jokes at nGbK, Ich kenne kein Weekend. The Archive and Collection of René Block at n.b.k., and the reception for Paul McCarthy‘s latest exhibition at Schinkel Pavillon. Other highlights include:
— 1 LUNATIC 1 ICE PICK with Clémence de La Tour du Pin and Antoine Renard at L’Atelier-ksr
— The openings of Carla Scott Fullerton’s If these walls had ears and Tyra Tingleff’s I gave the postman your name at Chert
— Tilman Hornig’s Looki Looki at abc art berlin contemporary art fair.
— Molly Nilsson‘s live show at Berghain’s Panorama
— Aaron Graham and Bryan Morello with Send Cycle at Neumeister Bar-Am, with an installation by Cécile B. Evans and Yuri Pattison.
— Matt Goerzen with Low Floor, No Ceiling at Future Gallery
— Slavs and Tatars with Dschinn and Dschuice at Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler
— Hito Steyerl with her first solo exhibition at KOW
— The Abjects group show at Import Projects
— Berlin Community Radio‘s Club of the Month
See the Berlin Art Week website for details. **