Photo Recap: Berlin Art Week 2023
Of trees, digital art and lots of performances
As a special highlight, this year’s festival centre ›BAW Garten‹ will be a at the Neue Nationalgalerie. During the entire festival week, visitors are invited to discover an extensive programme of performances, talks, interventions, workshops and music—free of charge and in the open air. A temporary artistic installation of trees along the exhibition building in collaboration with atelier le balto puts the topic of sustainability at the heart of the festival centre. Under thematic focal points such as representation and institutional critique, AI and digitalisation in art production or artistic reflections on war, the more than 1,000 artists in the Berlin Art Week programme deal with social, political and economic movements of our present. From young individual positions such as Sally von Rosen or Anan Fries to established artists such as Mary Ellen Mark and Ai Weiwei to collaborative projects such as ›If the Berlin Wind Blows My Flag‹ by daadgalerie, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein and Galerie im Körnerpark or ›The Assault of the Present on the Rest of Time‹ by Schinkel Pavillon and Brücke-Museum, the various partners represent the entire spectrum of contemporary art in their programmes. Special performance programmes such as those at Neue Nationalgalerie or Haus am Waldsee, a five-day Digital Art Lab at Haus am Lützowplatz, the HAU4 digital stage at Hebbel am Ufer or a film programme on the roof of The Feuerle Collection will surprise visitors with very special events specifically for Berlin Art Week.
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