Vernissages / Helmut Newton Foundation
Thursday 31st October – 8pm
There will be not only one but two vernissages happening on Thursday evening at the Helmut Newton Foundation, the first of which will celebrate the institution’s nine year anniversary. ‚Helmut Newton: Paris Berlin‘ will focus on the exhibition of Newton’s work previously shown in the French capital, bringing a slice of Parisian chic to Berlin with over 200 photographs. Opening alongside this will be an exhibition of works by American portrait artist Greg Gorman entitled ‚Men‘, showcasing a series of male nudes taken between the late 80s and 2012.
Helmut Newton Foundation // Jebensstrasse 2 , 10623 Berlin
I heart Berlin Party / House of Haunted Hearts
Thursday 31st October – 9pm
It’s that time of year again – All Hallows‘ Eve is back, bringing with it the pressure of finding a good costume and a good party. We have the second half of this tall order covered with the House of Haunted Hearts by our friends over at I Heart Berlin. The night will include a costume workshop, outfit competition, ghoulish haunted house performances and a haunted photo booth by the talented folk at Pornceptual. For those of you who want to start the night in a manner less ordinary, get to the venue early for an English language comedy special with The Fish Bowl.
Naherhong Sternchen // Berolinastraße 7, 10178 Berlin
Urban Spree Gallery / Little Dudes Exhibition
Friday 1st November – 7pm
For around two months now the Little Dudes project has been growing. Founded by graphic designer Alexis Bainger, the project is a collaboration between designers, illustrators and creatives worldwide, all of whom have created their own Little Dude from a simple uniform template. This Friday sees all 100 dudes from over 25 different countries on display at Urban Spree, followed by a charity auction of each piece.
Urban Spree // Revaler Straße 99, 10245 Berlin
Neukölln Art Festival / NachtundNebel
Saturday 2nd November – 6pm
If 48 hours Neukölln left you yearning for more Neukölln based art festivals then you’re in luck – this weekend Nachtundnebel will take place across over 80 venues in the district between 6 and 12pm. Spanning painting, sculpture, multimedia installations, readings, performances, theatre, dance /music showcases and more, there will also be an after party to follow at former movie theatre Villa Neukölln.
Opening at Import Projects / Invisible Measure
Saturday 2nd November – 7pm
In our ever evolving society transparency can be hard to find. In Beny Wagner’s upcoming exhibition at Import Projects the artist attempts to explore how our relationship with transparency has evolved over the last century, from the use of transparent materials in architecture through to politics, and the positive connotations ‚being transparent‘ usually conveys despite transparency merely referring to appearance.
Import Projects // Keithstrasse 10, 10787 Berlin