Gallery Weekend Berlin

29 Apr 2016 — 01 May 2016

Julian Charrière, The Blue Fossil Entropic Stories (3), 2013. © Julian-Charrière, VG Bild kunst, Bonn. Courtesy of Dittrich Schlechtriem, Berlin


Berlin from an artist’s perspective: an interview with Julian Charrière


In occasion of our Focus dedicated to the Gallery Weekend Berlin, we asked artist Julian Charrière to share with our readers his artist’s perspective on the city of Berlin. During the upcoming special weekend, Julian is having his third solo show with the gallery Dittrich & Schlechtriem,  “Into the Hollow”  in which the artist transforms the space into a sort of cabinet of geological curiosities. Carla Ingrasciotta: Let’s start with your exhibition “Into the Hollow”. You work a lot with different kind of materials (stones, pieces of metal, technological gadgets…). Could you tell us more about your installation? Where did you get your inspiration from? Julian Charrière:... Read More
Julian Charrière, photo © eddy mottaz
Wolfgang Tillmans, “Lampedusa", 2008, Courtesy Galerie Buchholz Berlin/Cologne

Meeting Place: A Project by Wolfgang Tillmans

Between Bridges 

During opening times Meeting Place will serve as a visual showcase of information and exhibits. Every Thursday evening the space will host social get-togethers where the three key issues identified by Tillmans can be discussed. “Since last autumn... Read More
VideoArt at Midnight, Berlin

Videoart at Midnight – an Artists’ Cinema Project

Berlinische Galerie
29/04/2016 - 01/05/2016 

The IBB Video Space at the Berlinische Galerie has been running its 12×12 programme for five years now. It is a regular showcase for both promising young talent and eminent names from Berlin’s vibrant video art landscape. This in itself has... Read More
Sprüth Magers during Gallery Weekend 2013, Photo: Marco Funke, © George Condo

Gallery Weekend Berlin


29/04/2016 - 01/05/2016 

An established entry on the international art calendar, Gallery Weekend Berlin presents the work of emerging and established artists in conjunction with 54 Berlin galleries taking place from April 29 – May 1, 2016. Initiated and organized twelve years... Read More
Robert Montgomery, "The City Is Wilder Than You Think," AJL Art, Berlin, 2013

The 20 Best Shows to Visit during Gallery Weekend Berlin


We asked Monica Salazar, founder and director of the Berlin based online magazine Berlin Art Link, to select for us the twenty not-to-be-missed exhibitions to visit if you’re in Berlin during the Gallery Weekend. Here the full list of the top 20... Read More


Kate Steciw: Things of Shapes

Neumeister Bar-Am
30/04/2016 - 25/06/2016 

On the occasion of Gallery Weekend Berlin, Neumeister Bar-Am presents their second solo exhibition with new work by Kate Steciw (1978, Bethlehem, PA, lives in New York).  Several hanging sculptures and four large rectangular wall works (127x101cm and 101x76cm) make up the exhibition. The works are composed of multiple image cut-outs, in both positive and negative form, as the result of CNC routing shapes – such as; hands, hats, cogs and squiggles – from a single rectangular printed image on aluminium and mounted to Dibond.  Unlike in her past practice where Steciw manipulated images in photoshop to create complex abstraction from stock images, her new work creates compositions by hand,... Read More
Kate Steciw, Construction 1022, 2016. Courtesy of Neumeister Bar-Am
Carsten Nicolai, Installation, 2007

Carsten Nicolai: Reflektor Distortion

Galerie EIGEN + ART
21/04/2016 - 28/05/2016 

Carsten Nicolai is a both an artist and musician. The visualization of apparently imperceptible phenomena in art, music, and science form the main focus of his interdisciplinary work. He uses electronic sound and visual art as a hybrid toy. His work is... Read More
Tomás Saraceno, Aerocene 5,2m, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Esther Schipper.

Tomás Saraceno: Aerocene

Esther Schipper
21/04/2016 - 28/10/2017 

Esther Schipper presents Tomás Saraceno’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. Saraceno’s Aerocene project manifests as a choreography around the world, as traces in the air, as a series of airborne sculptures that will achieve the longest emission-... Read More
Ghada Amer, You Are A Lady, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Kewenig.

Ghada Amer

29/04/2016 - 25/05/2016 

Kewenig Gallery presents the first solo exhibition of Ghada Amer (*1963 in Cairo, lives and works in New York) in its Berlin gallery. Internationally known for her embroidered canvases, Ghada Amer focused in the last years on creating works out of clay.... Read More
Harland Miller, Overcoming Optimism, 2016. Courtesy of the artist and BlainSouthern. Photo by Peter Mallet.

Harland Miller: Tonight We Make History (P.S. I Can’t Be There)

Blain|Southern Berlin
30/04/2016 - 30/07/2016 

Tonight We Make History (P.S. I Can’t Be There) is Harland Miller’s first solo exhibition in Germany. Departing from his use of appropriated imagery, the exhibition comprises many new large-scale paintings that incorporate his own designs, which is... Read More

Featured Artists

Julian Charrière, photo © eddy mottaz
Alicja Kwade

Alicja Kwade



Katja Strunz


Sol Calero

Anja Schrey


Art Spaces

Installation View of the show Interstellar, 2015
Ingeborg Lüscher, "300 Million Years" Exhibition view
Courtesy Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart
Arnold Crane, exhibition view at Camera Work, Berlin, 2011.

Camera Work


Blain|Southern, Berlin, Morellet Banner.
Wolfgang Tillmans at Galerie Buchholz

Galerie Buchholz


Courtesy of Arratia Beer.

Arratia Beer


Courtesy of Galerie Guido W. Baudach. Photo by Roman März.
Courtesy of Buchmann Galerie.

Buchmann Galerie


Courtesy of Capitain Petzel.

Capitain Petzel


Courtesy of Carlier | Gebauer.
Courtesy the artist and ŻAK I BRANICKA Photo: Marcus Schneider

Zak |Branicka