Berlin Art Week: Openings and more…

So much art, so little time… Berlin is having so much art to offer this week, who knows where to start? So I’ve compiled just some of the many openings, pre- and after partys that fill my calendar:

Tuesday, 11/09

Opening of Rodney Graham: Canadian Humorist at Johnen Galerie, Marienstrasse 10, 10117 Berlin.

Opening of Thomas Schütte at Jarla Partilager, Lindenstraße 34 (4th Floor), 10969 Berlin, 19-21h.

Opening Cocktail of Studio Daniel Heer, Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 26, 10178 Berlin.

The inofficial family opening party of Neukölln legend, Times Bar, at St. Agnes, Alexandrinenstraße 118-121, 10969 Berlin.

Wednesday, 12/09

Open House, discussions and the official re-awakening of Times Bar at St.Agnes, the soon to be renovated church/cultural project/new home of Johann König, Alexandrinenstraße 118-121, 10969 Berlin.

Opening of Cyprien Gaillard: What it does to your City at Schinkelpavillon, Oberwallstraße 1, 10117 Berlin; with performance at 20h sharp!

Opening of Christian Jankowski: Monument to the Bourgeois Working Class at Klosterfelde, Potsdamer Strasse 93, 10785 Berlin.

Thursday, 13/09

From 18h, opening for everyone (entry 16,-) of abc – art berlin contemporary, Station-Berlin, Luckenwalder Strasse 4—6, 10963 Berlin. Bring patience. Or come back Friday, Saturday or Sunday and book a tour with Niche Berlin. After party at Times / St. Agnes, of course!

From 18h to 20h, opening for everyone of Preview Berlin (for free!), Flughafen Berlin Tempelhof Hangar 2 Columbiadamm 10, 12101 Berlin. After party at Prince Charles.

Friday, 14/09

From 18h, opening of the art book fair Miss Read at abc – art berlin contemporary, Station-Berlin, Luckenwalder Strasse 4—6, 10963 Berlin.

Opening of Laurence Weiner: Concentricity Per Se at Blaine Southern, Potsdamer Straße 77–87, 10785, Berlin.

Opening of Erik van der Wejde: Niemeyer and my Wife, at chert, Skalitzer Straße 68, 10997 Berlin.

ADD-ON: Sunday, 16/09

Monopol-Masters, the renown table-tennis-tournament of renown magazine Monopol, from 15h at St. Agnes (where else…), Alexandrinenstraße 118-121, 10969 Berlin.


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  1. Sasha on


    So much art! I wish that I was in Berlin this week. I’m really curious about the upcoming renovations at St. Agnes. Let us know which shows you enjoyed most!

  2. Derek on


    “A picture is worth a thousand words.”
    Napoleon Bonaparte

    Always loved Berlin for these magical displays. Do keep us posted about this year’s schedule as well.

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