Kevin Abosch, Calculator, Synthetic photograph / Courtesy of Galerie Nagel Draxler
Berlin Art Week 2023
September 12–17, 2023
12th Edition
Berlin, Germany

Berlin Art Week is a festival week and major collaboration between important institutions in the Berlin art world. Once a year, we present a diverse program with over 50 partners ranging from museums to exhibition houses, fairs, private collections, project spaces, and numerous Berlin galleries. Our partners open their doors together and invite the public to discover something new and to immerse themselves in ongoing developments in the world of contemporary art. Art experts and art lovers from Berlin, Germany, and around the world are invited to exhibitions, performances, screenings, and an extensive festival week program.

The 12th edition of Berlin Art Week will take place from September 12 to 17, 2023.

Berlin Art Week is a project of Kulturprojekte Berlin. It is made possible with the support of the Senate Department for Culture and Community, the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises, and realized with funding from Berliner Volksbank eG.

  • Mvtaforma
    Sep 29 – Oct 15, 2023
    Palazzo Atelié
    San Raffaele Cimena Alto, Italy

    MVTAFORMA, a collective exhibition promoted by Palazzo Atelié and curated by Elisabetta Moiraghi for DRIM Contemporary Art Ground opens on Friday 29 September at 6pm. In the setting of San Raffaele Cimena Alto, a charming village in the Turin area, the works by Lorenzo Fontana, Hetty Ann Laycock, Miriam Marafioti, and Beatrice Sacco will interact with the space and each other. MVTAFORMA aims to investigate the ‘plural-directionality’ of matter, considered as entity and brand of a thought as well as an action. (more…)

  • Anita Steckel: Lust
    Sep 8 – Oct 14, 2023
    Wonnerth Dejaco
    Wien, Austria

    For this year’s Curated by festival, WONNERTH DEJACO presents the first European solo exhibition to focus on the work of American feminist artist, political satirist and activist Anita Steckel as well as a series of readings by French writer Constance Debré and British artist, writer and political dominatrix Reba Maybury. Curated by writer and curator Juliette Desorgues, LUST, a term suggestive of both desire and play, is an interdisciplinary programme, which places three transgenerational figures in dialogue to reflect on questions of power, gender and sexuality. (more…)