This weekend in Berlin a gigantic cultural event will be taking place. Over 50 galleries in Berlin invite you to visit for three days for the Gallery Weekend 2016. From Friday, the 29.4.2016 to Sunday, the 1.05.2016 exhibitions can be viewed from all over Berlin from important and reputable artists alongside new and fresh talent.
Already this Wednesday this Art Weekend was opened with two events. In the Schinkel Pavillon the exhibitions of the artists Adam Linder, Shahryar and Hannah Weinberger were opened with a glamourous vernissage. At the same time at the beginning of the Gallery Weekend was also celebrated at the Gallerie Zak / Branicka. Here visitors can admire the exhibition “The Monument without a Passport” by the artist duo KwieKulik. To round off the exhibition, a documentary on the artists KwieKulik was shown in a nearby cinema. This can also be viewed over the next few days at various times of day.
Aside from exhibitions from well-known artists, young talent is also being exhibited at the Gallery Weekend. For example, at the Brewery Willner, students from the class of Ina Weber at the University of Arts exhibit their work and show that Berlin will remain a Mecca of the international art scene far into the future. Not only lovers of classical painting and photography come to the Gallery Weekend. Also the Fans of Performance Art can enjoy these at events at the DAAD Gallery and at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art. A special part of this exciting weekend can be found at the Berlinischen Gallerie. Here “The Artist Cinema Project” will be presented as part of the event “Videoart at Midnight”.
There is something for every visitor at the Gallery Weekend and guests of the hotel Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz can enjoy a huge variety only a few minutes walk away. Galleries such as BQ, CroyNielsen, Delmes & Zander or Nagel Draxler are only few minutes walk from the hotel and invite guests to enjoy a cultural treat.
Visitors of the Gallery Weekend can look forward to an exiting weekend, which can even include viewing the hotel’s very own art exhibition at “artplace” on the ground floor. Don’t miss this wonderful experience here in Berlin.