03.09 - 05.09.2015  


Berlin’s top art events (3rd-5th September 2015): Jens Walther, König Galerie in St Agnes, Kewenig, DAT Galerie Berlin, and DOKU.ARTS.

Vernissage / Jens Walther

Thursday 3rd September — 7pm until 10pm

Hannah Hallerman’s poetic, meditative installations employ the material tactics of minimalism in the service of grand ideas. Sensuous, captivating, and conceptually rich, Hallerman’s ouvre lures viewers into a lush contemplative state brimming with allegory and allusion.

Jens Walther // Luckenwalder Straße 15, 10963 Berlin

Vernissage / König Galerie / St Agnes

Friday 4th September — 6pm until 9pm

Camille Henrot’s eclectic practice encompasses sculpture, installation, drawing and digital manipulation, all of which are on display with the opening of The Pale Fox at König Galerie this Friday night. Exploring the existential questions at the heart of modern life through the ciphers of everyday objects, Henrot interrogates our understanding of creation and destruction with grace and wonder.

Photo on top of this article.

König Galerie, St Agnes // Alexandrinenstraße 118-121, 10969 Berlin

Vernissage / Kewenig Galerie

Friday 4th September — 6pm until 9pm

Sean Scully’s lush, rich, color-block paintings bring depth and soul to the canvas. Taking up a palette both earthy and jewel-toned, Scully embraces the magic of pure pigmentation and the true power of painting.

Kewenig Galerie // Brüderstraße 10, 10178 Berlin

Vernissage / DAT Galerie Berlin

Friday 4th September — 7pm until 9pm

With humor and whimsy, Ivan Prieto probes the story of Icarus through a sculptural series both intimate and expansive, fragile and grandiose. Theatrical, flamboyant, and achingly alive, Prieto’s figurative explorations defy convention and dance along the boundary between narrative and iconography.

DAT Galerie Berlin // Pestalozzistraße 105, 10625 Berlin

DOKU.ARTS/ Zeughauskino

Wednesday 9th September — 8pm

With the joys and exultations of the weekend behind you, indulge in a little mid-week art and culture with DOKU.ART’s Architectures in Motion. Presenting 20 films from 13 countries with a focus on architecture, doku.arts seamlessly merges disparate realms of aesthetic inquiry for a genuinely immersive experience.

Zeughauskino // Unter den Linden 2, 10117 Berlin

Top Image Credit: Camille Henrot, Courtesy of König Galerie Berlin