Galerie Buchholz
Alvin Baltrop, “The Piers (man sitting on windowsill)”, n.d. (1975-1986), ©Courtesy Galerie Buchholz, Berlin/Cologne/New York


Each year, Gallery Weekend Berlin showcases the cityʼs best gallery exhibitions: this year from April 30 to May 2, the 17th Gallery Weekend Berlin will present new works from emerging artists and established positions across 49 participating galleries.



Esther Schipper
Almut Heise, Bar, 1970, ©Courtesy the artist © Almut Heise & VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2021
Photo: © Andrea Rossetti


More than ever, Gallery Weekend Berlin is characterised by a strong sense of community and the close collaboration among Berlin galleries, strengthening Berlin’s status as a city of galleries, dedicated to the unwavering support of its artists.



Galerie Thomas Schulte
Rebecca Horn, Bees Planetary Map, 1998, Installation view, Centre Pompidou-Metz, 2019, Photo: Jacqueline Trichard


Gallery Weekend Berlin can also be explored in its digital format. The website presents each exhibition, offering virtual tours of the galleries, introductions of both artists and gallerists, as well as insights into current art discourse.



Installation view, Grit Richter at Tanja Wagner Gallery, Gallery Weekend Berlin 2020, Photo: Stefan Korte



Participating Galleries and Artists

Guido W. BaudachThomas Zipp

Borch Gallery – Julie Mehretu

Galerie Isabella BortolozziGiuseppe Desiato

BQCathy Wilkes 

QBBQ’s – Leda Bourgogne

Galerie Buchholz Alvin Baltrop

Buchmann – Tony Cragg



Galerie Guido W. Baudach
Thomas Zipp, A.O.: Checkered Up, 2020, ©Courtesy the artist and Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin, ©Photo: Roman März



Capitain Petzel –  Matt Mullican, Christopher Williams, Monika Sosnowska, Samson Young

Carlier I Gebauer – Tarik Kiswanson, Emily Wardill

ChertLüdde – Agnes Scherer

Bungalow – Doruntina Kastrati

Mehdi Chouakri – Gerwald Rockenschaub

Crone – Ashley Hans Scheirl



carlier | gebauer
Tarik Kiswanson, Respite, 2021, ©Courtesy of the artist and carlier | gebauer, Berlin/Madrid, Photo: Vinciane Lebrun



Dittrich & Schlechtriem – Thomas Liu Le Lann

Ebensperger – Heiner Franzen

Efremidis – Mathis Altmann, Lisa Jo

Eigen + Art – Tim Eitel, Malte Bartsch

Konrad Fischer Galerie – Susan Philipsz

Lars Friedrich – Christian Philipp Müller, Ricardo Valentim

Galerie Friese –  Claire de Santa Coloma



Tim Eitel, La Séance, 2021, ©Courtesy of Galerie EIGEN + ART Leipzig/Berlin



Max Hetzler –  Albert Oehlen, Raymond Hains

Michael Haas – Jakob Mattner, Ernst Wilhelm Nay

Galerie Judin – Adrian Ghenie

Kewenig –  Christian Boltanski, Cabrita

Klemm ́sGeumhyung Jeong

Noah Klink – Gerrit Drohne-Brinkmann


Mario Pfeifer, Zelle 5 – 800° Celsius: Act 1, 2021, ©Courtesy of the Artist and KOW, Berlin



Klosterfelde Edition – Rirkrit Tiravanija

KOW – Mario Pfeifer, Sophie Gogl, Sonia Leimer

Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler – Anna Uddenberg

alexander levy – Ella Littwitz

Daniel Marzona –  Sofia Hultén

Meyer Riegger – Ulla von Brandenburg

NeuManfred Pernice



Installation view, Ambera Wellmann at Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Gallery Weekend Berlin 2020, ©Photo: Stefan Korte



neugerriemschneider – Pae White, Noa Eshkol

Michel Majerus Estate – Takashi Murakami

Galerie Nordenhake – Ann Edholm

Peres Projects – Nicholas Grafia, Paolo Salvador

Plan B –  Navid Nuur

Gregor Podnar – Ivan Kožarić



Mariela Scafati, Para Mariela. que me deja que la visite en seuños. Roy Orbison, 2018
Installation view: Collection Juan and Patricia Vergez, 2018, ©Courtesy: Mariela Scafati & PSM, Berlin, ©Photo: Fotografía de obra



PSM – Mariela Scafati

Schiefe Zähne – Richard Sides

Esther Schipper – Sarah Buckner, Cui Jie, Cordula Ditz, Almut Heise, Hannah Höch, Leiko Ikemura, Tala Madani, Isa Melsheimer, Sojourner Truth Parsons, Paula Rego, Shahzia Sikander, Tsai Yi-Ting, Yeesookyung

Galerie Thomas SchulteRebecca Horn

Société – Andrea Fourchy

Sprüth MagersGilbert & George, George Condo, Robert Elfgen



Kunsthandel Wolfgang Werner
Birgitt Bolsmann, Lady with parrots, 1990, ©Courtesy: Kunsthandel Wolfgang Werner / Kurt Haug (Nachlaß Birgitt Bolsmann), Neumünster, ©Photo: Angeline Schube-Focke



SweetwaterKayode Ojo

Barbara Thumm – Diango Hernández

Tanja Wagner – Annabel Daou

Galerie Barbara Weiss – Jannis Marwitz

Wentrup – Natalie Ball

Barbara Wien – Elisabeth Neudörfl

Kunsthandel Wolfgang Werner –  Birgitt Bolsmann, Almut Heise, Paula Modesohn-Becker, Rissa




Heiner Franzen, Installation simulation of W A K E, 2021



APRIL 30 – MAY 2  2021



*Opening hours: May 1-2, 12am-19pm

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