Posts Tagged ‘Gropius Bau’

Berlin Art Week: The Hit List 2019

Article by Ernela Vukaj // Sep. 02, 2019
The eighth edition of Berlin Art week begins this month to showcase the best that Berlin’s creative scene has to offer, from project spaces to museums to commercial galleries[read on]


THE WEEK Sept. 02–08, 2019

Openings and events at Berlinische Galerie, Berliner Festspiele, Kulturforum, Hamburger Bahnhof, Gropius Bau, Zilberman Gallery, Katharina Maria Raab, neugerriemscheinder, Kienzle Art Foundation, Museum Frieder Burda | Salon Berlin,[read on]


THE WEEK: Gallery Weekend

Openings and events at Decad, Éclair, Erratum, Esther Schipper, Galerie Barbara Weiss, Galerie Mazzoli, Gregor Podnar, Isabella Bortolozzi, KM, König Galerie, Konrad Fischer Gallery, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, NOME, Peres Projects, Wentrup,[read on]


THE WEEK Mar. 18–24, 2019

Openings and events at HKW, Gropius Bau, Galerie Eigen+Art, DAAD Galerie, Future Gallery, Hamburger Bahnhof, Haus am Waldsee, Haus am Lützowplatz, Kreuzberg Pavilion, OQBO, Wichtendahl Galerie, Contemporary Fine Arts, Tête, Hebbel am Ufer – HAU1,[read on]


Cyborg Architecture: Lee Bul at Gropius Bau

Article by Alison Hugill // Dec. 22, 2018
Korean artist Lee Bul’s artistic oeuvre is permeated with theoretical musings tied to a specific era of feminist thinking. While her current large-scale solo exhibition ‘Crash’ at Gropius Bau[read on]


THE WEEK Dec. 10–16, 2018

Openings and events at Collegium Hungaricum, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Akademie der Künste, Volksbühne, Greenhouse Berlin, Kanya Kage, Hamburger Bahnhof, Kunstraum Kreuzberg Bethanien, Arsenal Kino, König Galerie, Nome, Grisebach,[read on]


Berlin Art Week: The Hit List 2018

Sept. 24, 2018
Berlin Art Week is back for its seventh year, offering an ever expanding program of award ceremonies, exhibitions, special events, as well as the city’s major art fairs Positions and Art Berlin[read on]


Anticipating Berlin Art Week 2018

Aug. 23, 2018
In just over a month, Berlin Art Week will commence with a program that includes 20 project spaces, 15 museums and exhibition spaces, 11 private collections, two Kunstvereine, two art fairs and one[read on]