Top 3 Openings & Events Oktober


Top 3 Openings & Events Oktober

This month we are leaving the mothership Berlin and extend our view to London and Hamburg, both cities are always worth a visit and easy to reach. Also what could be a better reason for travelling then to explore the Arts!

Frieze Art Fair 2016

Frieze London

Art Fair: 6 – 9 October 2016

It’s the 14th edition of Frieze Art Fair and visitors can expect more than 160 of the world’s leading galleries alongside a non-profit programme of ambitious new artist commissions and talks. A new gallery section will focus on our beloved 1990s showing works curated by Geneva-based Nicolas Trembley. Also we love to hear that female artists will be put into the spotlight: Goshka Macuga, Latifa Echakch, Channa Horowitz – just to name a few – can be seen across the main section.

Regent’s Park // Chester Rd, London NW1 4NR // United Kingdom

Sigmar Polke, Weißer Raum, 1995, Mischtechnik auf LeinwandBildmaß: 240 x 200 cm Foto: Egbert TrogemannCopyright: VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Aus der Sammlung Viehof:
Polke, SigmarWeißer Raum, 1995, Mischtechnik auf LeinwandBildmaß: 240 x 200 cmFoto: Egbert TrogemannCopyright: VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Viehof Collection / Deichtorhallen Hamburg

Until January 22, 2017

This month we will not only look at London’s art scene but also take on Hamburg, the city that’s always worth a visit. There you will be able to visit one of the most significant private collections, including works by Georg Baselitz, Neo Rauch and Daniel Richter. Altogether over 600 works by 75 artists will be on show, ranging from paintings, sculpture to photography and installations. Whoever will join us there, gets a Fischbrötchen!

Deichtorhallen Hamburg // Deichtorstraße 1, 20095 Hamburg

der rote morpheus_martina stock_2016_foto philipp wenning

Der rote Morpheus | Martina Stock

Finissage and artist talk: Sunday, 30 October 2016 at 4 pm

The artist Martina Stock turns the exhibition space into a dream sequence that confronts the viewer with her serigraphs and playing the harp, and thus can be part of the staging. During the term of the exhibition, she developed another series of serigraphs – based photographic self-portraits in the space created by it. This new work, their reflections on the issue, Martina Stock will premiere at the finissage on 30 October. The artist talk will be presented by Dr. Silke Krohn.

Stiftung Starke // Königsallee 30-32, 14193 Berlin