Special Print Editions

Once again, there is lots to read about Berlin Art Week! Newspapers and magazines are presenting the diverse programme of exhibitions, openings, performances, art fairs, and award ceremonies from 15―19 SEP 2021 and report on artists and protagonists. This year, we would like to draw your attention to three extensive and content-rich special publications.

Accompanying the September issue of Monopol which is already available at your local newsagent’s a special edition booklet about Berlin Art Week has been published. Here you can read all about Berlin Art Week and the autumn of art in Berlin. There will be insights and information, as well as extensive interviews and portraits: The artist Alicja Kwade, whose work will be shown during Berlin Art Week in the Berlinische Galerie, spoke about everything under the sun. The artist Alexandra Bircken is exploring the limits of the body during the Berlin Art Week at Kindl―Center for Contemporary Art and the artist Thea Djordjadze will be playing with the order of everything in the Gropius Bau. An extensive overview of all events is also included, which includes the Monopol-Talk on the Green Deal for Culture. Sustainability in Practice: Experiences and Perspectives‹. If you enjoyed the read, look forward to 14 issues of Monopoly for the price of 11. Click here for the offer! 

Der Freitag will publish a comprehensive special for Berlin Art Week on 9 SEP 2021. The eight special pages will cover exciting interviews with the artists Katharina Sieverding and Emeka Ogboh, as well as a detailed article on the KW Institute for Contemporary Art, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. You can also look forward to: Reviews of the exhibitions ›HR Giger & Mire Lee‹ in the Schinkel Pavillon, on ›… oder kann das weg? Fallstudien zur Nachwende‹ in the nGbK and ›Time Without End‹ at Fluentum―a group exhibition dedicated to the textures of time, history and moving images. With an exclusive Berlin Art Week subscription, you can now read the weekly newspaper free of charge for 3 weeks and receive the special edition straight to your home! Click here for the subscription. 

For Berlin Art Week tipBerlin is setting an example: the cover story of issue No. 18 portrays five female artists who are now exhibiting in the city’s major venues—in order to strengthen the position of female artists. They have been hit even harder by the pandemic than their male colleagues. The enclosed booklet ›Art in Berlin‹ also presents the highlights of Berlin Art Week and Gallery Weekend as well as other special exhibitions and activities. Look forward to news on exciting exhibitions in the city every 14 days and save 15% with an annual subscription. Subscribe now!