Berlin Art Week in the fall alongside Gallery Weekend in the spring are the major highlights of the Berlin art year. Founded six years ago as a consortium of various partners, it has now established itself as an important date on the international art calendar. For five days, Berlin Art Week addresses the latest developments in contemporary art and brings together many important players from Berlin's art world-the art fairs art berlin and Positions Berlin Art Fair as well as the major institutions of contemporary art, private collections, and project spaces. Under the auspices of Kulturprojekte Berlin, responsible for the coordination and communication of this event, they invite the public to a packed programme of exhibition and gallery openings, performances, award ceremonies, and numerous special guided tours. In September 2018, Berlin Art Week attracted around 120,000 art enthusiasts and art professionals from Berlin and around the world. Next Berlin Art Week will be held from 11 - 15 September.

The seventh Berlin Art Week took place from 26-30 September 2018. The varied program focused once again on the art fairs art berlin and Positions Berlin, which for the first time this year both took place in the hangars of the former airport Tempelhof. In 2018, visitors were able to enjoy large solo shows by Agnieszka Polska, Julian Charrière, and Lawrence Abu Hamdan, as well as performances and artistic interventions in urban space. In 2018, there was a special focus on photography, with the EMOP Opening Days of the European Month of Photography Berlin, also organized under the auspices of Kulturprojekte Berlin.

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Simone Leimbach, Head of Department for Projects & Events

Anja Vogel, Projektleitung Berlin Art Week

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Fairs
art berlin
Positions Berlin Art Fair

Institutions
Akademie der Künste
Berliner Festspiele/Immersion 
Berlinische Galerie 
C/O Berlin 
daadgalerie 
Gropius Bau 
Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin 
HAU Hebbel am Ufer 
Haus am Waldsee 
Haus der Kulturen der Welt 
Jüdisches Museum Berlin 
KINDL - Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst 
KW Institute for Contemporary Art 
me Collectors Room 
neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (nGbK) 
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.) 
PalaisPopulaire 
Schering Stiftung 

Cooperations
EMOP Opening Days 
Hannah-Höch-Preis 
VBKI-Preis Berliner Galerien 2018 
Berlin Art Prize 

Private collections
EAM Collection 
Julia Stoschek Collection 
Kienzle Art Foundation 
Kunstsaele Berlin 
Museum Frieder Burda / Salon Berlin 
Salon Dahlmann 
Sammlung Boros 
Sammlung Ivo Wessel 
SØR Rusche Sammlung Oelde/Berlin 
The Feuerle Collection 
Wurlitzer Pied à Terre Collection 

Project Spaces and Initiatives
Ashley Berlin 
Auditive Social Network 
ausland / Projekt Archiv e.V. 
Axel Obiger 
b_books 
Büro BDP / Broken Dimanche Press 
COPYRIGHTberlin 
Decad 
die raum 
Display 
Fotogalerie Friedrichshain 
GSL Projekt 
Kinderhook & Caracas 
Mavra 
NON berlin sign, ciat 
Sonntag 
Spektrum art science community 
stay hungry 
Zwanzigquadratmeter (zqm)

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