art berlin 2018: participating galleries

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art berlin 2018

September 27–30, 2018

Preview: September 27, 12–4pm

Tempelhof Airport
Tempelhofer Damm 45
10963 Berlin
Germany

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art berlin is delighted to announce its second edition, taking place from September 27–30, 2018.

Around 120 galleries from 21 countries offer the international art world a comprehensive overview of contemporary positions while also showcasing works of classic modernism. The fair takes place for the first time in two hangars of the historical Tempelhof Airport, since its decommissioning becoming a central Berlin location for a variety of cultural activities.

This year more than 90 galleries present highlights from their programs in the fair’s Galleries section. Of note are two collaborative initiatives: six Brazilian galleries join together to bring contemporary Latin American art to Berlin, while four Austrian galleries focus on the medium of sculpture.

The Special Projects section is reserved for 28 solo presentations and curated projects that offer galleries the opportunity to provide a more comprehensive introduction to an artist or to present a thematic juxtaposition of works and positions.

Also new this year is Salon: here, the curator Tenzing Barshee brings together numerous artists from multiple galleries. Participating galleries include:

Air de Paris, Paris / Arcadia Missa, London / Galerie Bernhard, Zurich / Maria Bernheim, Zurich / BQ, Berlin / Castiglioni Fine Arts, Milan, São Paulo / Fonti, Naples / Gnyp, Berlin / Lomex, New York / Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, Brussels, New York / Neu, Berlin / Norma Mangione, Turin / PPC, Frankfurt / Rüdiger Schöttle, München / Gregor Staiger, Zurich / Truth & Consequences, Geneva / Federico Vavassori, Milan / Weiss Falk, Basel / Zeller van Almsick, Wien

A multi-day accompanying program consisting of talks, exhibition openings, concerts and film screenings coincides for the 7th time with Berlin Art Week and its bundled institutional openings, expanding the fair into the city to provide a multitude of outstanding art experiences.

Participating galleries include:
A Gentil Carioca, Rio de Janeiro / Achenbach Hagemeier, Dusseldorf / Galerie Falko Alexander*, Cologne / Alma*, Riga / Rolando Anselmi, Berlin / Art+Text*, Budapest / Piero Atchugarry, Gazón / Balice Hertling, Paris / Bastian, Berlin / Guido W. Baudach, Berlin / Klaus Benden, Cologne / Bo Bjerggaard, Copenhagen / Blain|Southern, Berlin, London / Brutto Gusto, Berlin / Capitain Petzel, Berlin / Luciana Caravello, Rio de Janeiro / carlier | gebauer, Berlin / Charim, Vienna / Choi&Lager*, Cologne / Clages*, Cologne / Conradi, Hamburg, Brussels / conrads, Dusseldorf / Cosar HMT*, Dusseldorf / Crone, Vienna / Dittrich & Schlechtriem, Berlin / Ebensperger*, Berlin, Salzburg / Edition Block, Berlin / Edmond, Berlin / Eigen + Art, Berlin, Leipzig / Emalin*, London / Kai Erdmann, Hamburg / fiebach, minninger, Cologne / Filiale (Grässlin, Rüdiger & Webelholz), Frankfurt / Konrad Fischer, Berlin, Dusseldorf / Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, São Paulo / Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles, Paris / M + R Fricke, Berlin / Klaus Gerrit Friese, Berlin / Barbara Gross, Munich / Karin Guenther*, Hamburg / Michael Haas, Berlin / Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart / Philipp Haverkampf, Berlin / Jochen Hempel, Berlin, Leipzig / House of Egorn, Berlin / Ikeda, Berlin, New York, Tokyo / Jahn und Jahn, Munich / Michael Janssen, Berlin / Jo van de Loo, Munich / Kleindienst*, Leipzig / Klemm’s, Berlin / Klosterfelde Edition*, Berlin / KM*, Berlin / König, Berlin, London / Christine König, Vienna / Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin / Bernd Kugler, Innsbruck / M. LeBlanc, Chicago / alexander levy, Berlin / Levy, Hamburg / Jörg Maaß Kunsthandel, Berlin / Martinetz*, Cologne / Daniel Marzona*, Berlin / Hans Mayer, Dusseldorf / Mario Mazzoli, Berlin / Meyer Riegger, Berlin, Karlsruhe / Mul.ti.plo Espaço Arte, Rio de Janeiro / Tobias Naehring*, Leipzig / Nagel Draxler, Berlin, Cologne / Neu, Berlin / neugerriemschneider, Berlin / Nicodim, Bucharest, Los Angeles / Niels Borch Jensen, Berlin, Copenhagen / Nome*, Berlin / Nordenhake*, Berlin, Stockholm / Georg Nothelfer, Berlin / Alexander Ochs Private, Berlin / Opdahl, Stavanger / Osnova, Moscow / Plan B*, Berlin, Cluj / tanja pol*, Munich / Polansky, Prague / Berthold Pott, Cologne / Produzentengalerie*, Hamburg / Katharina Maria Raab, Berlin / Petra Rinck, Dusseldorf / Roehrs & Boetsch*, Zurich / Nikolaus Ruzicska, Salzburg / Samuelis Baumgarte, Bielefeld / Deborah Schamoni, Munich / Aurel Scheibler, Berlin / Esther Schipper, Berlin / Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle *, Munich / Michael Schultz, Berlin / Anita Schwartz, Rio de Janeiro / Gabriele Senn, Vienna / Setareh, Dusseldorf / Sexauer, Berlin / Slewe, Amsterdam / Société, Berlin / Soy Capitan*, Berlin / Sperling*, Munich / Sprüth Magers, Berlin, London, Los Angeles / paul stolper, London / Walter Storms, Munich / Luísa Strina, São Paulo / Studio Picknick, Berlin / Tore Süssbier, Berlin / Tabari Artspace, Dubai / Bene Taschen*, Cologne / Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman, Graz, Vienna / Barbara Thumm, Berlin / Van Horn, Dusseldorf / Vivid, Rotterdam / Tanja Wagner*, Berlin / Barbara Weiss*, Berlin / Zak | Branicka*, Berlin / Zilberman, Berlin, Istanbul / Zink*, Waldkirchen

*Special Project

art berlin is a partnership between abc art berlin contemporary and Art Cologne and is organized by Koelnmesse.


art berlin 2018: participating galleries

Gallery Ernst Hilger
The breeder
Carolina Nitsch
MIA Art Fair
Camera Austria
Aperture
flashart
P420
ArtAsiaPacific
Spike
Luisa Strina
Brooklyn Rail
X-TRA