post-title NEWS: Berlin Art Week 2022 – Galleries in the city and at the art fair at Tempelhof Airport | 14.09-18.09.2022

NEWS: Berlin Art Week 2022 – Galleries in the city and at the art fair at Tempelhof Airport | 14.09-18.09.2022

NEWS: Berlin Art Week 2022 – Galleries in the city and at the art fair at Tempelhof Airport | 14.09-18.09.2022

NEWS: Berlin Art Week 2022 – Galleries in the city and at the art fair at Tempelhof Airport | 14.09-18.09.2022

They promise a brilliant start to autumn: Numerous galleries throughout the city, in Berlin’s Wilhelm Hallen as well as at the Positions Berlin fair on the grounds of Tempelhof Airport are part of Berlin Art Week.

Berlin Art Week. Art happens here. Every year in September: exhibitions and mediation offers, projects and performances, screenings, talks and many encounters under the sign of art. For 5 days, major players on the scene present a diverse festival programme of contemporary art. Museums and institutions, galleries in the city and at the fair, private collections and project spaces: they all make an appearance. Art experts and friends, artists and curators, Berliners and their guests from all over the world. They all celebrate art. Because in Berlin, art is not only made, it is lived.

The galleries are an essential part of Berlin’s art scene: internationally active and spread throughout the city, they are a permanent fixture of Berlin Art Week. During the festival week, over 50 galleries …

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Image above: Positions Berlin Art Fair 2021, photo Clara Wenzel-Theiler, Courtesy of Positions Berlin GmbH

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