Must-See Art Guide: Berlin

Berlin Gallery Weekend is debuting its first-ever fall edition this weekend with a focus on emerging artists.

Installation view
Installation view "Sarah Crowner: Plant Based," 2021. Courtesy of Galerie Nordenhake GmbH.

This year, an annual Berlin favorite is back—for the second time. After a postponement in 2020 and a triumphant return in April of this year, Berlin Gallery Weekend is launching its first-ever fall edition this month.

Deemed Gallery Weekend *Discoveries, this version of the event will focus on artists being presented in a larger context for the first time. Approximately 50 galleries are participating officially, but many others will open their doors with new fall exhibitions at the same time. 

Below, we’ve put together a list of exhibitions in Berlin that won’t disappoint. 

Donald Baechler, Arrangement (2021). Courtesy of Galerie Crone.

Donald Baechler, Arrangement (2021). Courtesy of Galerie Crone.

Exhibition:Donald Baechler: Flowers
When: Through October 23, 2021
Where: Galerie Crone, Fasanenstraße 29, 10719 Berlin

 

Liu Ye, Book Painting No. 30 (Internationale Architektur Bauhaus Bücher No. 1, Albert Langen Verlag, München, 1925) (2020). Courtesy of the artist.

Liu Ye, Book Painting No. 30 (Internationale Architektur Bauhaus Bücher No. 1, Albert Langen Verlag, München, 1925) (2020). Courtesy of the artist.

Exhibition:Liu Ye: Internationale Architektur
When: Through October  23
Where: Esther Schipper, Potsdamer Strasse 81e, 10785 Berlin

 

Uwe Wittwer, Dritter Wanderer (2021). Courtesy of Galerie Judin.

Uwe Wittwer, Dritter Wanderer (2021). Courtesy of Galerie Judin.

Exhibition:Uwe Wittwer: Schwarzer Schnee
When: Through November 27, 2021
Where: Galerie Judin, Potsdamer Strasse 83, 10785 Berlin

 

A still from Sim Chi Yin's One Day We Will Understand, a two-channel video installation (2017). Courtesy of Zilberman.

A still from Sim Chi Yin’s One Day We Will Understand, a two-channel video installation (2017). Courtesy of Zilberman.

Exhibition:Sim Chi Yin: One Day We’ll Understand
When: Through November 27, 2021
Where: Zilberman Gallery, Goethestraße 82, 10623 Berlin

 

Installation view "Louise Lawler: Lights Off, After Hours, In the Dark," 2021. Courtesy of Sprüth Magers.

Louise Lawler, Untitled (Reflection) (2021). Courtesy the artist, Sprüth Magers and Metro Pictures, New York.

Exhibition:Louise Lawler: Lights Off, After Hours, In the Dark
When: September 17–October 31, 2021
Where: Sprüth Magers, Oranienburger Strasse 18, 10178 Berlin

 

Erasmus Schröter, Frau 2 (1985). Courtesy of Jörg Maass Kunsthandel.

Erasmus Schröter, Frau 2 (1985). Courtesy of Jörg Maass Kunsthandel.

Exhibition:Erasmus Schröter: Portraits From The ‘Extras’ Series
When: Through October 21, 2021
Where: Jörg Maass Kunsthandel, Rankestraße 24, 10789 Berlin

 

Sarah Crowner, Fruitful (2021). Courtesy of Galerie Nordenhake.

Sarah Crowner, Fruitful (2021). Courtesy of Galerie Nordenhake.

Exhibition:Sarah Crowner: Plant Based
When: Through October 23, 2021
Where: Galerie Nordenhake GmbH, Lindenstraße 34, 10969 Berlin

 

Richard Deacon Twofold Way CD (Black) (2021). Courtesy Galerie Thomas Schulte Photo: Stefan Haehnel

Richard Deacon, Twofold Way CD (Black) (2021). Courtesy Galerie Thomas Schulte. Photo by Stefan Haehnel. 

Exhibition:Richard Deacon: Fourfold Way
When: Through November 9, 2021
Where: Galerie Thomas Schulte, Charlottenstraße 24, 10117 Berlin

 

John Isaacs, The Cyclical Development of Stasis (2015). Courtesy of Galerie Michael Haas.

John Isaacs, The Cyclical Development of Stasis (2015). Courtesy of Galerie Michael Haas.

Exhibition:John Isaacs: Today I Started Loving You Again
When: Through October 9, 2021
Where: Galerie Michael Haas, Niebuhrstraße 5, 10629 Berlin

 

Kathrin Linkersdorff, Fairies V/2 (2020). Courtesy of Galerie Springer Berlin.

Kathrin Linkersdorff, Fairies V/2 (2020). Courtesy of Galerie Springer Berlin.

Exhibition:Kathrin Linkersdorff: Fairies
When: Through September 25, 2021
Where: Galerie Springer Berlin, Fasanenstraße 13, 10623 Berlin


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