In one week’s time, the Berlin Art Week will once again turn the capital into an international meeting place for art from 15 to 19 September 2021.
In this anniversary year, ‘Explore Berlin Art Week’ will be presented for the first time alongside the partner programme as an extensive educational programme for visitors of all generations: On the grounds in front of the Kindl Centre for Contemporary Art in Berlin-Neukölln, a temporary meeting place, the ‘BAW Garden’, is being created, which will inspire with workshops, talks and artistic actions and encourage exchange and participation. There will also be a varied tour programme – visitors can explore exciting places on foot, by bike or by bus, take a look behind the scenes and talk to gallery owners.
Berlin Art Week is once again made possible with funding from the Senate Department for Culture and Europe and the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Operations and sponsored by Gasag AG. Senator for Culture Dr. Klaus Lederer: “The Berlin Art Week is an asset for Berlin! It brings together almost all the players in Berlin’s art world, from artists to galleries to project spaces, from fairs to museums. Every year it provides an opportunity to discover Berlin as a city of art in a special …
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IMage caption: Berlin Art Week 2021, Press conference from 7. September 2021, Photo: Silke Briel
f.l.t.r.: Lisa Marei Schmidt, Direktorin Brücke-Museum, Maike Cruse, Direktorin Gallery Weekend Berlin, Dr. Thomas Köhler, Direktor Berlinische Galerie, Dr. Klaus Lederer, Senator für Kultur und Europa, Moritz van Dülmen, Geschäftsführer Kulturprojekte Berlin, Ramona Pop, Senatorin für Wirtschaft, Energie und Betriebe, Georg Friedrichs, Vorstand GASAG AG, Dr. Thomas Oberender, Intendant Berliner Festspiele, Simone Leimbach, Leitung Abteilung Ausstellungen & Veranstaltungen Kulturprrojekte Berlin, Oliver Most, Mitglied Netzwerk freier Berliner Projekträume und -initiativen