Must-See Art Guide: Berlin

This week's guide includes Sterling Ruby, Fiona Rae, and Winston Chmielinski.

Fiona Rae, Installation view. Courtesy of Galerie Buchmann.

This weekend Art Berlin Contemporary will begin making the city a hotbed of artful activity. Organized in 2008 by a group of Berlin-based gallerists, each September abc showcases and hosts contemporary art exhibitions from around the world. We have compiled a list of solo and group exhibitions that include major players in Berlin’s contemporary art scene, including artists such as Sterling RubyFiona RaeWinston Chmielinski, and more. Let Berlin’s urban charm set the stage for a weekend of fresh and exciting art. Between gallery hopping, be sure to glimpse the richness of Berlin’s street art, a medium of expression that dates back to the erection of the Berlin Wall. Check out artnet News’ coverage of Berlin’s top five graffiti and street art murals. Between the city’s cultural edge and its street art gems, you won’t want to miss out on any of what Berlin has to offer.

Sterling Ruby, The Jungle (installation view). Courtesy of Sprüth Magers.

Exhibition: Sterling Ruby: The Jungle
When: September 17–October 29, 2016
Where:
Sprüth Magers, Oranienburger Straße 18, Berlin, Germany

Rune Mields, Zeichnung Nr. (1969) Courtesy of Galerie Michael Haas.

Rune Mields, Zeichnung Nr. (1969). Courtesy of Galerie Michael Haas.

Exhibition: Sternstunde 100 Zeichnungen
When: September 16–October 15, 2016
Where:
Galerie Michael Haas, Niebuhrstraße 5, Berlin, Germany

Exhibition:Die zu Sein Scheint, die bin ich
When: September 17–November 5, 2016
Where:
Galerie Thomas Schulte, Charlottenstraße 24, Berlin, Germany

“Berlin Masters 2016, 4th edition” installation view. Courtesy of Arndt Art Agency

Installation view. Courtesy of ARNDT ART AGENCY A3.

Exhibition: Silence as Attitude: An exhibition presenting the next generation of master talent in Berlin
When:
September 9–23, 2016
Where:
ARNDT ART AGENCY A3, Fasanenstrasse 28, Berlin, Germany

Neil Gall, Consort (2016). Courtesy of Aurel Scheibler.

Exhibition: Neil Gall: Paperhouse
When:
September 17–October 29, 2016
Where:
Aurel Scheibler, Schöneberger Ufer 71, Berlin, Germany

Winston Chmielinski, When We Catch Ourselves (2016). Courtesy of Magic Beans.

Exhibition: “Winston Chmielinski: How to Let Go
When: September 2–October 2, 2016
Where:
Magic Beans, Auguststrasse 86, Berlin, Germany

Iabadiou Piko, Jiwa Jiwa Awan Hitam (2016). Courtesy of Galerie Michael Janssen.

Exhibition: Labadiou Piko: Proporsi Biru – Der Anteil des Blaus
When:
September 10–October 21, 2016
Where:
Galerie Michael Janssen, Potsdamer Straße 63, Berlin, Germany

Fiona Rae, Installation view. Courtesy of Galerie Buchmann.

Exhibition: Fiona Rae
When: September 16–November 5, 2016
Where: Buchmann GalerieCharlottenstraße 13, Berlin, Germany

Jan Koch, Jardin Majorelle (2016). Courtesy of Werkstattgalerie.

Jan Koch, Jardin Majorelle (2016). Courtesy of Werkstattgalerie.

Exhibition: Nerven Behalten!
When:
September 16–October 3, 2016
Where: Werkstattgalerie, Eisenacher Straße 6, Berlin, Germany

Erwin Wurm, Pow! (Abstract Attack) (2013). Courtesy of König Galerie.

Erwin Wurm, Pow! (Abstract Attack) (2013). Courtesy of König Galerie

Exhibitions:abc art berlin contemporary
When: September 15–18, 2016
Where:
KÖNIG GALERIE at abc art berlin contemporary, St. Luckenwalder Str. 4-6, Berlin, Germany

 


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