Gallery Weekend Berlin 2019

(1) Raphaela Vogel, Mogst mi du ned, mog i di, 2014. Courtesy of the artist and BQ, Berlin, Photo: Simon Vogel. (2) Camille Henrot, Tuesday, 2017. Courtesy of the artist, KÖNIG GALERIE, Metro Pictures and Kamel Mennour. (3) Jana Euler, Female Jesus crying in public, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Neu, Berlin. Photo: Stefan Korte.


Gallery Weekend Berlin 2019

April 26–28, 2019

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Each year, Gallery Weekend Berlin showcases the current state of contemporary art. In this, its 15th edition, the 45 participating galleries present the latest output of young emerging artists alongside more established positions. Here, the multi-faceted and important work of galleries becomes visible as they help build up and support their artists over their careers while working alongside them to facilitate and conceive innovative and thought-provoking exhibitions of their work. Besides being an opportunity to discover new names or deepen old passions, the weekend provides numerous occasions to experience the city anew: the gallery scene, like art production, remains in motion, continuously opening itself to new spaces—in 2019, particularly in Charlottenburg. The 15th Gallery Weekend thus offers various paths through a unique mix of current art and contemporary discourse, special events and encounters, and ever-changing impressions of the city.

Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Björn Dahlem / Blain I Southern, Bernar Venet / Niels Borch Jensen Galerie, Matt Saunders / Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Veit Laurent Kurz / BQ, Raphaela Vogel / Galerie Buchholz, Michael Krebber / Buchmann Galerie, Nigel Cooke / Capitain Petzel, Stefanie Heinze / carlier I gebauer, Asta Gröting / Crone Berlin, Clemens Krauss / Contemporary Fine Arts, Tal R, Eberhard Havekost / ChertLüdde, Sol Calero, Juan Antonio Olivares / Dittrich & Schlechtriem, Julian Charriére / Galerie Eigen+Art, Martin Eder / Konrad Fischer Galerie, Richard Long / Galerie Friese, William N. Copley, Saul Steinberg / Galerie Michael Haas, Abraham David Christian / Kewenig, Imi Knoebel / Kicken Berlin, Robert Frank, Saul Leiter / Klemm´s, Elizabeth Jaeger / Klosterfelde Edition, Jorinde Voigt / König Galerie, Camille Henrot, Matthias Weischer, Jeppe Hein / KOW, Franz Erhard Walther, Clegg & Guttmann / Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Pieter Schoolwerth / Tanya Leighton, Math Bass / alexander levy, Fabian Knecht / Daniel Marzona, Axel Hütte / Meyer Riegger, Daniel Knorr / Michel Majerus Estate, Michel Majerus, Andy Warhol, Christopher Wool / Galerie Neu, Jana Euler / neugerriemschneider, Thomas Bayrle / Galerie Nordenhake, Rémy Zaugg / Peres Projects, Beth Letain / Galeria Plan B, Horia Damian / Gregor Podnar, Anne Neukamp / PSM, Daniel Lergon / Aurel Scheibler, Ernst Wilhelm Nay / Esther Schipper, Ryan Gander / Galerie Thomas Schulte, Jonathan Lasker, Alice Aycock / Société, Kaspar Müller / Sprüth Magers, Peter Fischli/David Weiss, Reinhard Mucha, Andrea Robbins/Max Becher / Galerie Barbara Thumm, Anne-Mie van Kerckhoven, Fiona Banner / Galerie Barbara Weiss, Frieda Toranzo Jaeger / Wentrup, Florian Meisenberg, David Renggli / Barbara Wien, Jong-Ik Kim / Kunsthandel Wolfgang Werner, Richard Oelze


Gallery Weekend Berlin 2019

Cardi Black Box
Spike
Luisa Strina
galeria nara roesler
Peres Projects
sp-arte
Carolina Nitsch
Blum&Poe
GALLERIA MASSIMODELUCA
Afterimage
MIA Art Fair
Gallery Ernst Hilger
Friedrich Petzel