What drives us?
We want Art@Berlin to become THE art portal for Berlin. A platform for current dates in the Berlin art scene. A platform for young and established galleries, young and established artists as well as for the museum landscape in Berlin.
What does Art@Berlin want?
Art@Berlin wants to inform all art-lovers about the work of Berliner galleries, artists, culture institutes and museums. We also want to contribute to empowering Berlin to be an art metropolis. We want to help support the art market in Berlin against the international competition. That is why one of our most crucial goals is to make the presentation and advertisement on Art@Berlin affordable for every artist. Since only then can you create a comprehensive picture of contemporary culture landscape and artistic potential, regardless of how heavy your purse is. At Art@Berlin we want to help everybody, who lives for or off of art, to strengthen their financial state that you need to create.
What can ARTatBerlin do for me as a gallerist?
ARTatBerlin provides information for those interested in art about your art exhibitions in Berlin. The diversity of art, its presentation and staging in the capital is overwhelming. Up to 2,000 exhibitions take place every year in Berlin.
From Berlin galleries, open studios, art collections, cultural institutions and museums to artists, art lovers will find everything they need to know about the culture scene and its events on ARTatBerlin.
One of the main features of ARTatBerlin consists of special exhibition dates at Berlin galleries such as yours, what visitors can expect to find and even the fastest way to reach your gallery from their current location.
QBBQ’s is the project space of Galerie BQ by Jörn Bötnagel and Yvonne Qirmbach. It is located in Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße in Mitte. QBBQ’s was founded in 2019. Project space in Berlin: QBBQ’s | ART at Berlin
Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 15, 10178 Berlin-Mitte
Crone Side is located at Tempelhofer Damm in Tempelhof. These are extended rooms of the Galerie Crone Berlin in Charlottenburg, which can only be visited by appointment. Crone Side was founded in 2018. ART at Berlin: Art Gallery in Berlin Crone Side
Tempelhofer Damm 2, 12101 Berlin-Tempelhof
Kristin Hjellegjerde opened her gallery in London in June 2012, followed by a first branch in Berlin in April 2018. The Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, named by Blouin (2015) as one of the 500 most influential galleries in the world and by Londonist (2014) as Independent Gallery of the Year, presents innovative contemporary art by emerging and established international artists. Kristin Hjellegjerde is also an art consultant to collectors and will curate the 2019 African Art Summer Exhibition at the Vestfossen Art Laboratory in Norway. Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery is located in Linienstraße in Berlin-Mitte, in the second courtyard of the building. Image caption: Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery – Exhibition View Chris Agnew and Marcel Buehler – Photo: Markus Bachmann / kombinat Art Gallery in Berlin: Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery | ART at Berlin
Linienstraße 130, 10115 Berlin-Mitte