Berlin Art Week

The Perfect remedy for the post summer Blues.

If you still can’t believe the summer is gone , like many of us , then you should join the post summer Blues fever that  ” abc , CO berlin , KW institute , n.b.k “ and many more have brought us this week ; its all a basic but clever Idea that consist in the following : You buy a ticket which allows you to enjoy over 20 exhibitions and a vast number of events in one week ; if that didn’t convinced you wait untill you hear about the price , this group conformed by  most of Berlin’s major art institutes decided to charge only 28 Euros for the week ticket . Although the exhibitions aren’t going to be a week long as the festival will , many of the exhibitions are having their openings on this week .

Now if you think that so many events are gonna take too much of your time we have made a selection of  the some of the our Recomendations that  you should really try not to miss , is also worth saying that some of them are cheap or free but you’ll need to buy a ticket if you want to see a bit more of the gallerie .

Timeless beauty – at C/O Berlin

100 years of fashion photography from Man Ray to Mario Testino ,The exhibition provides a representative overview of  a photographic collection of paramount quality and traces the development of fashion photography .

Opening hours C/O Berlin: Daily 11 am – 8 pm Exhibition until 28.10.2012

Paul McCarthy. The Box at Neue Nationalgalerie

Paul McCarthy’s “The Box” reveals one of the artist’s key works: an oversized wooden box, into which McCarthy has built his entire studio .
Opening hours Neue Nationalgalerie: Tue, Wed, Fri 10 am – 6 pm, Thu 10 am – 10 pm. Sat and Sun 11 am – 18 pm

Exhibition until 04.11 2012

Alfredo Jaar – The way it is at Berlinische Galerie Wael Shawky. Al Araba Al Madfuna

In cooperation with the Berlinische Galerie, the Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst (NGBK) is showing the first retrospective exhibition in Germany of the internationally acclaimed chilean artist Alfredo Jaar

Wael Shawky. Al Araba Al Madfuna at KW Institute Berlin PREVIEW BERLIN ART FAIR – Video screening

We made a review of this exposition  some post ago , if you haven’t beeing there is perfect time to go ; the films, installations, and performative works of the Egyptian artist Wael Shawky explore the ways in which social and political systems have been restructured in Arab countries over the past several decades.

Opening hours KW Institute for Contemporary Art: Tue – Sun noon – 7 pm, Thu noon – 9 pm Exhibition until 21.10.2012

 PREVIEW BERLIN ART FAIR – Video screening  at Potsdamer Platz.

Supported by the Sony Center Berlin, participating galleries have the opportunity to show selected artist works on a 28 square metre-large LED video wall at Potsdamer Platz.

11. – 16.09.2012, 6, 7 ,8 pm  at Potsdammer Platz

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