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For the tenth time in the German capital: the jubilee edition of Berlin

Berlin Art Week 2021 will take place from 15 to 19 September. Berlin Art Week will celebrate its jubilee year with several special events and programmes. An expanded visitors’ programme this year will make possible even more access to art—locally in the city’s neighbourhoods across the entire city.

Veranstaltungen in Berlin: Berlin Art Week
© visitBerlin, Illustration: Klio Karadim

In collaboration with many participating partner institutions, Berlin Art Week 2021 will once again present a unique programme with positions and artists from all over the world.

Partners of this year’s Berlin Art Week include among others:
Akademie der Künste, Berliner Festspiele/The New Infinity, Berlinische Galerie, Brücke-Museum, Gropius Bau, Haus am Lützowplatz, Haus am Waldsee, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, ifa-Galerie Berlin, Kindl—Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Nationalgalerie/Hamburger Bahnhof—Museum für Gegenwart—Berlin, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst, PalaisPopulaire, Savvy Contemporary, Schinkel Pavillon und Times Art Center Berlin.
Art fairs and galleries: Positions Berlin, MISA Discoveries, Gallery Weekend *Discoveries, VBKI-Preis Berliner Galerien.
Project spaces: ABA Air Berlin Alexanderplatz, Club der polnischen Versager, Coven Berlin, Creamcake, diffrakt | zentrum für theoretische peripherie, Directors Lounge, Liebig12, NOrthEurope / WestGermany, Spoiler Aktionsraum und U144 Untergrundmuseum.
Collection Regard, EAM Collection, Fluentum, haubrok foundation, Julia Stoschek Collection Berlin, Kienzle Art Foundation, Miettinen Collection | Salon Dahlmann, Sammlung Ivo Wessel, Seibert Collection, The Feuerle Collection.
The Berlin Art Week in autumn, along with the Gallery Weekend in spring, is the highlight of the Berlin art year.

Launched in 2012 as an amalgamation of various partners, it focuses on contemporary art and brings together the major players in Berlin's art scene: from art institutions, galleries and an art fair to private collections and project spaces initiated and run by artists.

Every autumn, the entire art scene opens up to its national and international visitors with a programme of openings, award ceremonies, interventions in public space, art tours and discussions.

Berlin Art Week represents what the city of art is all about: a source where art is created, a laboratory where themes are set and negotiated, a place for new impulses and many discoveries.
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