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Gallery Weekend Berlin 2023 participating galleries and artists

April 28–30, 2023

Gallery Weekend Berlin 2023 presents participating galleries and artists.

Berlin’s annual Gallery Weekend is set to return this year from April 28 to 30, inviting art collectors, enthusiasts, and experts from all over the world to a wide range of exhibitions and events across the city. The 19th edition of the event will feature 55 participating galleries, showcasing approximately 80 international artists.

The program for the Gallery Weekend is spread over more than 50 locations, including established artists such as Alexandra Bircken, Cao Fei, Adrian Ghenie, Sheila Hicks, Jorge Pardo, Charlotte Posenenske, and Hito Steyerl. Additionally, emerging artists including Monia Ben Hamouda, Aziz Hazara, Samuel Hindolo, Frieda Toranzo Jaeger, Kaloki Nyamai, and Diamond Stingily will be featured.

This year, the event will highlight younger Berlin galleries presenting artists of their generation, such as Rhea Dillon from Sweetwater, Josefine Reisch from Noah Klink, Jordan Strafer from Heidi, and Leyla Yenirce from Schiefe Zähne.

Visitors can use the digital map on the Gallery Weekend Berlin website ( to navigate seamlessly between venues. Other digital formats, such as artist interviews, studio visits, gallery portraits, and exhibition tours, provide exciting insights into the Berlin gallery scene throughout the year.

Art lovers are urged to save the date for the 19th Gallery Weekend Berlin and immerse themselves in the vibrant artistic culture of this unique city.

Participating galleries and artists:
Galerie Bastian
, Cy Twombly / Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Björn Dahlem / Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Diamond Stingily / BQ, Alexandra Bircken / Galerie Buchholz, Samuel Hindolo / Buchmann, Jason Martin / Capitain Petzel, Malcolm Morley / carlier I gebauer, Lucia KochChertLüdde, Monia Ben Hamouda, Clemen Parrocchetti, Sandra Poulson / Mehdi Chouakri, Saâdane Afif, Konstantin Grcic, Charlotte Posenenske / Contemporary Fine Arts, Henning Strassburger / Crone Berlin, Simurgh. Ten Female Artists from Iran / Dittrich & Schlechtriem, Andrej Dúbravský / Ebensperger, Bjørn Melhus / Efremidis, Tony Just, Reba Maybury / Galerie EIGEN + ART, Olaf Nicolai, Elsa Rouy, Emilia Urbanek / Konrad Fischer Galerie, Paloma Varga Weisz / Lars Friedrich, Min Yoon / Galerie Friese, Thomas Müller / Galerie Michael Haas, George Rickey, Louise Nevelson / Heidi, Jordan Strafer / Max Hetzler, Katharina Grosse, Raphaela Simon, In defense of symbolic value, curated by Isabelle Graw / Hua International, Chen Dandizi / Galerie Judin, Lydia Pettit / Kewenig, Ted Stamm / Kicken, Sheroes of Photography Part V / Klemm’s, Renaud Regnery / Noah Klink, Josefine Reisch / Klosterfelde Edition, Jorinde Voigt / KOW, Hiwa K / Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Slavs and Tatars / LEVY Galerie, Max Neumann / alexander levy, Anne Duk Hee Jordan / Meyer Riegger, Sheila Hicks / Neu, Yngve Holen / neugerriemschneider, Andreas Eriksson, Jorge Pardo / Galerie Nordenhake, Sophie Reinhold / Galerie Georg Nothelfer, K.R.H. Sonderborg / Peres Projects, Dylan Solomon Kraus / Plan B, Adrian Ghenie / PSM, Aziz Hazara / Schiefe Zähne, Leyla Yenirce / Esther Schipper, Hito Steyerl, Sun Yitian / Galerie Thomas Schulte, Marina Adams / Société, n.n. / Soy Capitán, Paloma Proudfoot / Sprüth Magers, Cao Fei / Sweetwater, Rhea Dillon / Galerie Barbara Thumm, Kaloki Nyamai / Tanja Wagner, Kapwani KiwangaGalerie Barbara Weiss | Trautmann & Herleth, Frieda Toranzo Jaeger / WENTRUP, Britta Thie / Galerie Michael Werner, Gaston Chaissac / Kunsthandel Wolfgang Werner, Olle Bærtling, Gerhard von Graevenitz, Richard Mortensen / Barbara Wien, Michael Rakowitz

*The list of artists was last updated on February 15, 2023 and remains subject to changes.