post-title Flashback: paper positions 2018 | international art fair for works on paper

Flashback: paper positions 2018 | international art fair for works on paper

Flashback: paper positions 2018 | international art fair for works on paper

Flashback: paper positions 2018 | international art fair for works on paper

Paper positions berlin 2018 was held for the second time during Gallery Weekend in April. Her big sister, the now established art fair POSITIONS, has been enriching the Berlin art scene since 2014 and, in particular, the art autumn, the”Kunstherbst” of the captial as part of Berlin Art Week.

In the spring of 2018, the paper positions moved from their first, still relatively small location in Charlottenburg’s concept mall BIKINI Berlin to the east of the city: namely to the impressive atrium of the former telegraph office in Jägerstraße in Berlin-Mitte. With significantly more space and an elegant, classy atmosphere, the art fair gave gallery owners from all over the world the opportunity to present an overview of the diverse range of paper works to interested visitors during the gallery Weekend.

paper positions 2018 at telegraph office (Telegraphenamt) – © ART at Berlin, Stephanie Schneider

From April 26 to 29, 2018, a total of 47 selected international galleries from 11 countries presented their most important positions in contemporary and modern art with a focus on the material of paper. On display were drawings, collages, silhouettes, texts, photographs, artists’ books and objects, which were to be inspected in the best lighting conditions by the daylight ceiling of the atrium in combination with punctual lighting.

Booth of the Berlin gallery Galerie Horst Dietrich – © ART at Berlin, Stephanie Schneider

By abandoning classic berths in an open exhibition format, the exhibition was able to create an open, downright airy sense of space. It was the declared aim of the art fair organizer to create the character of a large group exhibition.

Booth of the Berlin gallery galerie gerken – © ART at Berlin, Stephanie Schneider

This spatial design provided the visitors with an open overview of large parts of the fair as well as the opportunity to engage in individual artistic works in mutual dialogue.

Booth of the Berlin gallery Semjon Contemporary – © ART at Berlin, Stephanie Schneider

These galleries showed works on and with the material paper
of their represented artists at the paper positions 2018

a gallery named sue. the hague
aquabitart gallery. berlin
art edition-fils. dusseldorf
art mûr. berlin / montreal
galerie bernet bertram. berlin
bernheimer contemporary. berlin
galerie born berlin. berlin
davisklemmgallery. wiesbaden
galerie horst dietrich. berlin
galerie dukan. paris / leipzig
galerie benjamin eck. munich
epicentro art collection. berlin
samuel freeman. los angeles
galerie thomas fuchs. stuttgart
galerie gerken. berlin
golestani. dusseldorf
gräfe art.concept. berlin
kunsthandel ralph r. haugwitz. berlin
holthoff-mokross. hamburg
jarmuschek+partner. berlin
galerie jordanow. munich
anna klinkhammer galerie. dusseldorf
galerie anja knoess. cologne
galerie inga kondeyne – raum für zeichnung. berlin
galerie kremers. berlin
kunkel fine art. munich
galerie isabelle lesmeister. regensburg
māksla xo. riga
galleria massimodeluca. venice
galerie martin mertens. berlin berlin
micheko galerie. munich
nosbaum reding. luxembourg
alexander ochs private. berlin
kunsthandlung osper. cologne
galerie peters-barenbrock. ahrenshoop
galerie nanna preußners. hamburg
puxagallery. madrid
sandau & leo galerie. berlin
semjon contemporary. berlin
j.a.stargardt. berlin
galerie tammen und partner. berlin
taubert contemporary. berlin
galerie von&von. nuremberg
westphal berlin. berlin
xc.hua galleries. berlin / beijing
zs art galerie. vienna


The next paper positions will take place from 12 to 17 June 2018 in Basel and from 18 to 21 October 2018 in Munich.


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