Must-See Art Guide: Berlin
This week's guide features Hubertus Hamm, Akim Monet, Anna Baklane, and more.
Guten tag, Berliners. This is a guide for an ambitious week of art sight-seeing, so let’s not waste any time: Head to Buchmann Galerie for a refreshingly focused exhibition of expressive charcoal drawings by the American-British artist William Tucker. For a critical exploration of portrait photography, visit Galerie Kornfeld Berlin for Hubertus Hamm’s wide away from conceptual interpretations of the genre—be sure not to miss the fingerprint portraits, especially. Then, make your next stop at Galerie Nordenhake for poetic sculptures made from discarded industrial materials. With minimal intervention, artist Meuser is able to get a lot of mileage out of materials that have been used to less inventive ends by many other artists, and achieve touchingly memorable results. If you’d rather look for some abstract painting, Jonathan Bragdon’s solo show at Aurel Scheibler features a range of approaches and techniques, from landscape-inspired compositions to densely patterned canvases.
Berlin is detestably Europe’s most arty city, so you know what to do: make the most of it and visit as many galleries as you can!
Exhibition: “Hubertus Hamm: Narziss und Goldgrund”
When: March 11–April 15, 2017
Where: Galerie Kornfeld Berlin, Fasanenstraße 26, Berlin, Germany
Exhibition: “MEUSER: Kann ich mich hier auch selbst einweisen?“
When: March 4–March 22, 2017
Where: Galerie Nordenhake, Lindenstrasse 34, Berlin, Germany
Exhibition: “Jonathan Bragdon: The Path”
When: January 21–March 18, 2017
Where: Aurel Scheibler, Schöneberger Ufer 71, Berlin, Germany
Exhibition: “Edgar Sarin: Hierarchisch angeordnete Edelgesteine, dreizehn“
When: March 3–April 13, 2017
Where: Konrad Fischer Galerie, Lindenstraße 35, Berlin, Germany
Exhibition: “William Tucker: Charcoal Drawings”
When: March 11–April 22, 2017
Where: Buchmann Galerie, Charlottenstraße 13, Berlin, Germany
Exhibition: “THREE POSITIONS. SIX DIRECTIONS. | CHAPTER II: DOOR TO THE FUTURE”
When: February 17–March 26, 2017
Where: KÖNIG Galerie, St. Agnes, Alexandrinenstr. 118-121, Berlin, Germany
Exhibition: “ART²√MAGIC + LOVE: Group Exhibition curated by Larissa Kikol”
When: February 17–March 19, 2017
Where: Magic Beans, Auguststrasse 86, Berlin, Germany
Exhibition: “Dirk Stewen”
When: March 10–April 20, 2017
Where: Gerhardson Gerner, Linienstraße 85, Berlin, Germany
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