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Gallery Weekend Berlin 2024

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Gallery Weekend Berlin 2024: Participating galleries and artists Gallery Weekend Berlin is celebrating its 20th edition from April 26–28, 2024, under the new direction of Antonia Ruder. Every spring, over 50 participating galleries showcase the diversity and quality of Berlin’s art scene and gallery landscape, presenting high-calibre exhibitions by both emerging and established artists.

In the past few years, a handful of exciting, young(ish) galleries have forced their way onto the list of Gallery Weekend. Run by an array of international gallerists, their distinctive style and fresh perspectives have rejuvenated Berlin’s most prestigious contemporary art event. Galerie Molitor, Noah Klink Galerie, Schiefe Zähne, Sweetwater and Heidi are all at the forefront of a wave of young galleries, and their inclusion doesn’t just underscore the quality of the city’s commercial landscape but speaks to the overall vitality of the Berlin art scene. With their ability to amplify diverse voices and to find ways to respond quickly to the social, cultural and political contexts of our ever-changing world, these often more experimental galleries can play a pivotal role in appealing to new art audiences and to uncover artists who may have been overlooked.

That’s certainly the case with Galerie Molitor who, before opening, had already identified several unrepresented Berlin-based artists they wanted to work with. “We knew we could bring something new to the city’s vibrant scene,” Says Marie-Christine Molitor, who founded the gallery in 2022. In the short time Galerie Molitor has been around, it has put together a diverse, intergenerational program, mixing much-admired artists such as Margaret Raspé – who experienced a late career boost just before her death last year aged 90 – with younger, mid-career artists like Lisa Jo and Jesse Darling – last year’s winner of the Turner Prize. The gallery’s readiness to extend their exhibitions with poetry readings, performances and even a QiGong practice has been instrumental in raising its profile while reinforcing its conceptually driven program that “reflects on the contingency of making and exhibiting art.”

Participating galleries and artists:
Galerie Bastian, Andy Warhol / Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Markus Selg / Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Morag Keil; Hannah Quinlan & Rosie Hastings / BQ, Jochen Lempert / Galerie Buchholz, Wolfgang Tillmans / Buchmann, Pedro Cabrita Reis; group show: Greg Bogin, Tony Cragg, Gajin Fujita, Jason Martin, Bettina Pousttchi / Capitain Petzel, Xie Nanxing / carlier | gebauer, Iman Issa / ChertLüdde, Gabriel Chaile, Sofia Salazar Rosales / Mehdi Chouakri, Fredrik Værslev, Charlotte Posenenske / Contemporary Fine Arts, Eliza Douglas / CRONE, Hanne Darboven, Rosemarie Trockel / DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM, Haley Mellin / Ebensperger, Heiner Franzen; Harry Hachmeister; Gundula Schulze Eldowy; Franz West / Efremidis, Marte Eknæs / Galerie EIGEN + ART, Kristina Schuldt; group show: Nyakallo Maleke, Sethembile Msezane, Slindile Mthembu, Thandiwe Msebenzi, Cazlynne Peffer / Konrad Fischer Galerie, Rachel Harrison / Galerie Lars Friedrich, Peter Wächtler / Galerie Friese, Franziska Holstein / Galerie Michael Haas, group show: Hans Peter Adamski, Peter Bömmels, Walter Dahn, Jiří Georg Dokoupil, Gerard Kever, Gerhard Naschberger / Heidi, Akeem Smith / Galerie Max Hetzler, Mark Grotjahn; Tal R; Sean Scully / Hua International, Jenkin van Zyl / Galerie Judin, Cornelia Schleime / KEWENIG, Bertrand Lavier; Jose Dávila; Michael Sailstorfer; Marcelo Viquez / Kicken Berlin, group show: Jaromír Funke, André Kertész, Werner Mantz, Lisette Model, Helga Paris, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Jaroslav Rössler, Josef Sudek, Umbo and others / KLEMM’S, Jonas Roßmeißl / Noah Klink, Gerrit Frohne-Brinkmann / Klosterfelde Edition, More than once: John Bock, Hanne Darboven, Christian Jankowski, Matt Mullican, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Rosemarie Trockel, Jorinde Voigt, Lawrence Weiner and others / KOW, Clemens von Wedemeyer / Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Alex Carver / Tanya Leighton, Oliver Laric; Elizabeth McIntosh; Nicole Ondre / alexander levy, Julius von Bismarck / Meyer Riegger, Santiago de Paoli / Galerie Molitor, Lisa Jo / Galerie Neu, Cosima von Bonin / neugerriemschneider, Andreas Eriksson; Renata Lucas; Rirkrit Tiravanija; Michel Majerus Estate: Cory Arcangel, Michel Majerus / Galerie Nordenhake, Frida Orupabo / Galerie Georg Nothelfer, Inna Levinson, Walter Stöhrer / Galeria Plan B, Mircea Cantor / PSM, Nadira Husain / Schiefe Zähne, Angharad Williams / Esther Schipper, Ann Veronica Janssens; Julius von Bismarck / Galerie Thomas Schulte, Matt Mullican / Société, Trisha Baga; Helen Chadwick / Soy Capitán, Matthias Dornfeld / Sprüth Magers, territory: Mire Lee, Liu Yujia, Gala Porras-Kim, Tan Jing, Zhang Ruyi / Sweetwater, Constantin Thun / Galerie Barbara Thumm, María Magdalena Campos-Pons / Galerie Tanja Wagner, Pınar Öğrenci / Galerie Barbara Weiss, Sung Tieu / WENTRUP, Nevin Aladağ / Galerie Michael Werner, Francis Picabia / Kunsthandel Wolfgang Werner, tba / Barbara Wien, Dan Lie

The list of artists was last updated on February 28, 2024 and remains subject to changes.

Gallery Weekend Berlin is kindly supported by the Senate Department for Economic Affairs, Energy and Public Enterprises, long-term partners BMW and Audemars Piguet as well as the recently established and continued partnership with Gucci.


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