How to find dates in the event calendar of ART@Berlin
Our calendar contains events on the date on which they begin (e.g. the opening of an exhibition) or on which they end (e.g. closing of an exhibition / “Last Chance to see”) or take place (e.g. an artist talk or a performance etc.). You will thus find the start or the end of an exhibition or a single event on the colour-coded calendar days (blue = exhibition start, red = exhibition end, black = event).
If you would like to check the calendar for whether your exhibition of choice is still running, please search the start date or the end date of the exhibition. In between they are on show. From experience, exhibitions usually run for approx. 1.5 months. If you look for this period in the calendar on the day prior to your visit of the exhibition, you will most probably find the exhibitions listed that are still running on the day of your visit. You can also find the exhibition durations in the detailed descriptions under the menu item EXHIBITIONS.
Why we show the duration of an exhibition about the vernissages and the finissages (Last Chance to see) in the calendar
Please consider that around 350 to 400 Berlin galleries exhibit almost every day. Even without listing the daily dates, this would make the calendar completely confusing, because we would have at least 400 dates online every day. In this way, we limit the calendar to exhibition start dates, end dates and of course daily dates for special events, such as evening events, discussions with artists, special tours etc.
This way back to the CALENDAR.