Contemporary Art in Berlin
Would you like to discover current trends in art? Visit Berlin this autumn! From 26 until 30 September 2018 the capital invites all art lovers to Berlin Art Week 2018. It is the biggest event of the art year – for visitors are waiting exhibitions, opening receptions, talks, performances and art installations. During Art Week 2018 institutions and galleries, private collectors and project spaces will present a new dimension of contemporary art.
Exhibitions in the Hangars
Berlin Art Week attracts not only art lovers, but also collectors, gallery owners, and museum directors from all over the world. For professionals Berlin Art Week 2018 offers panel discussions – it is a great opportunity to meet and work together. This year exhibitions of galleries and Positions Berlin Art Fair will be held in the Hangars of the former Tempelhof airport. And it will be quite an interesting frame for the overall picture of modern art!
Highlights of the Art Week
During the Berlin Art Week 2018 you can see how versatile and lively Berlin art scene is. In addition to well-known artists, visitors can also expect exciting new discoveries. The most interesting events are the exhibitions of Agnieszka Polska at the Hamburger Bahnhof, Lee Bul at Gropius Bau, Nicholas Nixon at C/O Berlin, Lawrence Abu Hamdan at the DAAD gallery, Karin Sander at the Haus am Waldsee and Evelyn Taocheng Wang at the KW Institute for Contemporary art. The detailed program you can found here: http://www.berlinartweek.de
Art of coziness
Contemporary art is sometimes too extravagant to understand it. But the art of comfort and coziness… It’s a classic! Choose our hotel pension Classic – we are located on Wittenbergplatz in district Schöneberg, and it is a perfect place for all art lovers. Events of Berlin Art Week 2018 can be reached from us very quickly. The most interesting sights of Berlin are also not far from here, and our rooms are decorated with exquisite artistic taste!
We are glad to see you in the hotel pension Classic!
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