We just got back from Berlin, where we made it to 47 participating galleries of the 13th edition of Berlin Gallery Weekend. Here are the highlights:
Germany’s art scene travels to Vienna, and viennacontemporary, in the last week of September. These galleries from Berlin and Munich, Düsseldorf and Dresden, as well as other cities in between, will be present at vc16.
What an intense weekend it was! We went to the 12th edition of Berlin Gallery Weekend and captured the highlights for you.
“There are some 200 art fairs in the world today. Including the travel, I could spend every day showing up at some fair. We don’t do that. It has almost become too much. But where we go to every year is Vienna. It’s not only about the fair, but also about the city, and the people. We’re …
Last weekend I went to the 11th edition of Gallery Weekend Berlin. Along with 20 000 people I visited 47 participating galleries and couple of other cool places. Click to see what caught my attention.
Berlin based gallerist Volker Diehl talks about the curated solo presentation of Olga Chernysheva at his booth during the fair in 2014 and his interest in Russian art.
I met the curator of the 8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art Juan A. Gaitán after his talk at the Kunsthalle Wien to find out more about the upcoming 8th Berlin Biennale and his opinion on the contemporary art scene in Berlin.
“Vienna – Berlin. The Art of Two Cities ” – a must see exhibition at the Belvedere – has already drawn a lot of attention. Curator Alexander Klee answered how the dialog between these two cities evolved throughout the years and pointed on their differences.
The special project VIENNA Duet will present two insightful exhibitions from Poland and Georgia at VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary from October 10 to 13. With the invaluable support of The Polish Institute Vienna, you have the opportunity to see a selection of the most exciting young contemporary artists from Poland, curated by Klara Czerniewska and Vita Zaman.
The project Public Face I (Stimmungsgasometer) by Julius von Bismarck, Benjamin Maus & Richard Wilhelmer is about a smiley on a huge screen from which one can read the average mood of the Berlin citizens.
We are happy to announce the galleries of VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary 2013!
Who is this man with these expressive black eyebrows? A lot people might know who, as this German is a big name in the art world: Nicolaus Schafhausen, the new director of Kunsthalle Wien (*1965 in Düsseldorf) and curator of the 6th Bucharest Biennale 2014. The New Contemporary met him for a cup of coffee …