Berlin, one of Europe’s largest and most diverse culture hubs, offers a variety of
unique and interesting art experiences, designed for a broad range of individual tastes.
This summer, after a season of empty galleries and museums, numerous galleries and exhibitions were able to reopen and present the work of many talented artists. From Studio Berghain Berlin, an art exhibition located in Berlin’s notorious nightclub Berghain, to Diversity United at the old Tempelhofer airport,
Berlin offers countless unique experiences that are definitely worth checking out!
Listed below are a few galleries and ongoing exhibitions to explore.
(9 June-19. September 2021) – Tempelhof Airport halls 2 and 3
This exhibition, located at Tempelhofer Airport showcases 90 artists from 34 different countries, exploring Europe’s diverse art scene
(18. June- 29. August 2021)- Berghain club Am Wriezener Bahnhof, 10243 Berlin
Located in Berlin’s iconic nightclub Berghain, this exhibition explores the work of various Berlin artists, focusing on photography, sculptures, painting, video, and sound installations. On top of the art, visitors are able to experience the exclusive nightclub, with rules like “no photos in the club” still set in place
(From July 2021) Humboldt Forum
This exhibition is located in a 4,000 m space with several rooms exploring Berlin’s diversity through various forms of art. The focus of the exhibition is placed on our socially networked environment. Go check out their website, where you are able to take a 360° online tour of the exhibition.
(From 4. June- 5. September 2021) Köpenicker Chaussee 46, 10317 Berlin
This “multidimensional parallel world of light, space and sound”, in pitch balck rooms situated in a factory setting, presents various shapes and colors through digital constellations and interactive 3D structures
Art Galleries to check out (exhibitions vary):
C/O Berlin – specializes on photography and digital media (Hardenbergstraße 22-24, 10623 Berlin)
Galerie Thomas Schulte- international conceptual art (Charlottenstraße 24, 10117 Berlin)
Haus der Kulturen der Welt – international contemporary art and
debate (exhibitions, performances, concerts etc.)
(John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10, 10557 Berlin)
Schinkel Pavillon– contemporary sculpture, installations and media
art (Oberwallstraße 32, 10117 Berlin)
Neue Nationalgalerie – museum for modern art in Berlin (newly reopened)
Potsdamer Straße 50, 10785 Berlin
KW Institute for Contemporary Art – focused on contemporary art (Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin)
Sprüth Magers – contemporary art gallery with other locations in
London and Los Angeles (Oranienburger Str. 18, 10178 Berlin)
Written by Cilia Trendelenburg