Berlin Gallery Zweigstelle Berlin is offering international curators and institutions the gallery space on Lehrter Str. 37, D-10557 Berlin from November 2013 to April 2014. Realize your exhibition concept in this interesting surrounding*, and benefit from the established location, our logistics, the personnel structure and the international network of the gallery.
For further information please send us an e-mail before applying !
Application Deadline: October 31st, 2013
We are looking forward to your response!
Andreas Stucken (Director)
Zweigstelle Berlin Lehrter Str. 37
Fon: +49(0)30 / 39 88 55 99
Gallery opening hours: Wednesday to Friday 2pm to 7pm and Saturday 11am to 4pm
* In March 2008, Zweigstelle Berlin moved to Lehrter Str. 37 in the centre of Berlin, close to the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart, and has since then exhibited the gallery’s own artists, curated group projects and participated in different art fairs (Scope Basel, Preview Berlin, Art Karlsruhe etc. ). In the immediate neighbourhood of Zweigstelle Berlin you find the headquarters of Sauerbruch Hutton, as well as the studios of Katharina Grosse, Karin Sander etc., an important collection, contemporary galleries and the new home of Kaspar König, the well-known curator and former director of Museum Ludwig, Cologne.
Zweigstelle Berlin is thus positioned in a place where cultural synergies are produced and is integrated in the wide urban structures of Berlin-Moabit. The exhibitions are presented in the light and liberally divided 100 m2 large space – a dynamic meeting place for contemporary art.
Curators@Zweigstelle Berlin began 2012 with „Toronto/Berlin 1982-2012“ (curated by Henrjeta Mece / Rae Johnson), Kanada, „Found Memories“, (curated by Coren Cooper), USA and Galerie Bart @ Zweigstelle Berlin (curated by Moni Siegfried), Netherlands.