16.07 - 18.07.2015  


Berlin’s top art events (16th-18th July 2015): Zwinger Galerie, Kunsthochschule Weißensee, Universität der Künste Berlin, Atelierhof Kreuzberg, and Rudolf11 Workspace

Vernissage / Zwinger Galerie

Friday 17th July — 7pm until 9pm

In a swirling vortex of memory and meaning, nostalgia and fantasy, action and artifact, Tabea Blumenschein, Kerstin Drechsel, and Nancy Jones come together to explore the concept of the holiday. Before you leave Berlin for your own summer getaway, don’t miss a chance to meditate on the act of getting away with this sublime group show at Zwinger Galerie.

Zwinger Galerie // Mansteinstraße 5, 10783 Berlin

Vernissage / Kunsthochschule Weißensee

Friday 17th July — 7pm

There’s no way to get closer to the raw creative power of artists at work than visiting the end-of-year vernissage of a renowned art institution. For aficionados in search of the avant-garde, the exhibition Cool Runnings holds out the promise of pure, unfettered creative production.

Kunsthochschule Weißensee // Bühringstraße 20, 13086 Berlin

Vernissage / Universität der Künste Berlin

Friday 17th July — 11am until 10pm

While you’re on the hunt for the next big thing, don’t miss a chance to explore the offerings from Universität der Künste. Wander through the legendary halls and linger in open studio space as you get to know the artists and the work that will transform our shared cultural future.

Universität der Künste Berlin // Hardenbergstraße 33, 10623 Berlin

Conference / Atelierhof Kreuzberg

Friday 17th July — 6pm

Performance, installation, exhibition, and artist talks bridge the gap between art and technology at this unique, one-night-only conference celebrating the complex, multi-faceted relationships between makers. Arrive early for the culture and stay late for the celebratory extravaganza marking the end of Tech Open Air.

Atelierhof Kreuzberg // Schleiermacherstraße 31-37, 10961 Berlin

Launch Party / Rudolf11 Workspace

Friday 17th July — 7:30pm

Berlin is no stranger to charming independent publications making international debuts, and yet even within a crowded field Rosegarden makes its mark. With sensuous photography, elegant editorials, and genuine charm, Rosegarden brings something special to the world of art on paper, and with live music from Swedish singer-songwriter Charlotte Eriksson, the launch party premiering Rosegarden’s first print edition promises to extend that je ne sais quois to your Berlin art weekend.

Rudolf11 Workspace // Rudolfstraße 11, 10245 Berlin

Top Image Credit: Maria Dabow "Woodland" Courtesy of Kunsthochschule Weißensee