From 13–18 September 2016, Berlin will once again become the centre of the international art world. The fifth Berlin Art Week will attract collectors, gallerists, museum directors, and all those interested in art and culture to the German capital. Visitors will be directly drawn into Berlin’s art world and can choose from a wide variety of special offerings for this week, immersing themselves in Berlin’s sites of exhibiting and producing art, individual exhibitions by Halil Altındere, Anne Imhof, Andreas Greiner, Sven Drühl, Yvonne Roeb or Gordon Parks, in one of the group shows at me Collectors Room or Deutsche Bank KunstHalle or the private collections of Julia Stoschek, Marc Barbey, Ivo Wessel or Erika Hoffmann.
Everything will revolve around contemporary art and what moves, influences, and motivates artists today: from science and technology, social processes and political developments, to the worlds of advertising surrounding us.
featured image: KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Spekulative Raumwirkung / Speculative Ambience, 2016, Video still, produziert von / produced by Iconoclast, Courtesy Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art
abc Austellungsansicht / Installation view, 2015, Sprüth Magers, Ryan Trecartin / Lizzie Fitch, 2015 Foto: Stefan Korte
Zwitschermaschine, Adela Souckova Performance © Adela Souckova,
Art-Lab Berlin im iPhonedoctor, © Larissa Sansour, Olivenbaum / Olive Tree, 2013