Berlin Art Week 2015 – Our highlights of the week that shouldn’t be missed

Berlin art lovers! It’s that time of the year again – next week marks the return of Berlin Art Week. The fourth edition of Berlin Art Week kicks off on Tuesday 15th September and is set to be six days of citywide exhibitions, private collections, performances and so much more. Some of the highlights of the week that shouldn’t be missed:


‘Cindy Sherman – Works from the Olbricht Collection’. This upcoming exhibition can be seen at me Collectors Room from the 16th. Featuring more than 60 of Sherman’s photographs, the exhibition gives a vivid overview into the career of one of the most significant photographers alive today. Sherman has a unique approach to her photography – taking the role of both photographer and model. Sherman’s photography is both striking and poignant – offering a compelling critique of female stereotypes within media, film and television.
me Collectors Room // Auguststraße 68, 10117 Berlin


Another must-see is Laure Prouvost’s installations at carlier | gebauer, Thursday 10th from 4pm – 8pm. A solo exhibition featuring a selection of works from the 2013 Turner Prize winning conceptual artist. Proust’s installations explore profoundly atmospheric environments intertwined with themes of escapism and the past – definitely not one to miss.
carlier | gebauer // Markgrafenstraße 67, 10969 Berlin

New Museum, NYC, 2014, Laure Prouvost ©Benoit Pailley

Anne Imhof, one of the nominees for this year’s Preis der Nationalgalerie 2015, showing at Hamburger Bahnhoff. Imhof is a young, contemporary performance artist living and working in Frankfurt. There’s a very good reason she’s been nominated for the Preis der Nationalgalerie 2015 – we recommend you find out why.
Hamburger Bahnhoff // Invalidenstraße 50-51, 10557 Berlin


‘Double Room’ Exhibition Series- A four-part exhibition series created by a group of MA students at Goethe University, Frankfurt. Presented by two of those students – George Rippon and Anina Troesch. This exhibition highlights the juxtaposition of the varying artists’ visions as well as exploring the collaborative process involved in curating the project.
KW Institute for Contemporary Art // Auguststrasse 69, 10117 Berlin


acb Art Berlin Contemporary taking place from the 17th to the 20th at Station Berlin at Gleisdreieck and showcasing work from hundreds of contemporary artists. Of the many featured-artists worth checking out Berlin-based Jorinde Voigt is a name that stands out from the crowd. Voigt’s ability to encapsulate themes of music and philosophy within her art is second to none, and the result is that of a real intricacy and originality.

Text By Rosie Bounsall