Paloma Varga Weisz. Courtesy of the artist and Konrad Fischer Galerie
Gallery Weekend Berlin
April 28–30, 2023
Berlin, Germany

Every spring, we renew our art-filled appointment in our calendars as we invite collectors, artists, museum directors, curators, journalists, and art lovers from all over the world to a wide array of concurrent events and exhibitions opening in the city. This year, the 19th Gallery Weekend Berlin will take place from April 28–30 with 55 participating galleries.

An extensive program, spread over more than 50 locations, will showcase about 80 international artists. In addition to established names such as Louise Nevelson, Cy Twombly, Olaf Nicolai, Alexandra Bircken, Cao Fei, Adrian Ghenie, Sheila Hicks, Jorge Pardo, Charlotte Posenenske and Hito Steyerl; emerging artists such as Monia Ben Hamouda, Aziz Hazara, Samuel Hindolo, Frieda Toranzo Jaeger, Kaloki Nyamai and Diamond Stingily will also be on show. Particularly noteworthy is the roster of younger Berlin galleries taking part in the forthcoming Gallery Weekend edition that will present artists of their generation – such as Rhea Dillon (Sweetwater), Josefine Reisch (Noah Klink), Jordan Strafer (Heidi), and Leyla Yenirce (Schiefe Zähne).

The digital map on the Gallery Weekend Berlin website ( offers seamless navigation between venues. Other digital formats such as artist interviews, studio visits, gallery portraits or exhibition tours give exciting insights into the Berlin gallery scene all year round.

Berlin, Germany

  • Donald Rodney: Visceral Canker
    May 25 – Sep 8, 2024
    Spike Island
    Bristol, UK

    Spike Island presents a major survey exhibition of late British artist Donald Rodney (b. 1961, West Bromwich; d. 1998, London). Rodney worked across sculpture, installation, drawing, painting, and digital media, experimenting with new materials and technologies throughout his life. His work is known for being incisive, acerbic, and evocative in its analysis of the prejudices and injustices surrounding racial identity, Black masculinity, chronic illness, and Britain’s colonial past. (more…)

  • Eric Bachmann: The One-Man Water Cannon Test

    Following several violent clashes between youths and city police in Switzerland’s largest city during the summer of 1968, the city council, in consultation with the state council, decided to purchase four modern water cannon vehicles, two each for the city and cantonal police. However, by doing so, the city council overstepped its authority and bypassed the municipal council. In the already politically heated atmosphere, the purchase immediately developed into a scandal (more…)

  • Miranda July: New Society
    Mar 7 – Oct 14, 2024
    Fondazione Prada
    Milan, Italy

    Curated by Mia Locks, Miranda July: New Society is the first solo museum exhibition dedicated to Miranda July’s work. Spanning three decades, from the early 1990’s until today, the exhibition includes early short films, performance, and multimedia installations. The exhibition debuts F.A.M.I.L.Y (Falling Apart Meanwhile I Love You), a multi-channel video installation July made in collaboration with seven strangers via Instagram. (more…)

  • Critical Infrastructures
    Jun 12 – Aug 3, 2024
    Vi Per
    Prague, Czech Republic

    By definition, a critical infrastructure is one that is crucial for the operation of society and the economy. If it is threatened, a crisis situation may arise. However, such situations undoubtedly accompany its planning and construction, which involve political negotiation, economic transfers and the distribution of human resources. The construction of infrastructure such as oil and gas pipelines or fibre-optic cable reflects the geopolitical situation of the time (more…)

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