On Sunday, May 24, 11 am – 5 pm, Berlin Galleries open their doors.
Many art lovers are currently hardly able to view gallery exhibitions at their leisure during the week, for the well-known reasons, such as home office and home schooling. The initiative SUNDAY OPEN has been launched, in order to improve this situation and to create an exchange. The Berlin art public is invited to visit galleries once a month during a rather relaxed Sunday in summer, and to engage with and about art with others again after a long time.
For this first edition of SUNDAY OPEN on May 24, 42 galleries in Kreuzberg, Mitte, Tiergarten and Charlottenburg will open their doors from 11 am to 5 pm.
Galerie Thomas Fischer is presenting Irmel Kamp’s exhibition “Zink” at Soy Capitán. The exhibition is on view at Soy Capitán, Prinzessinnenstrasse 29 in Berlin-Kreuzberg. Further information.
Dirk Braeckman – KINDL Berlin
Photographs by Dirk Braeckman will be featured in a shared exhibition with Anna Barriball at KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art which is eventually open to the public now. In this double show curator Eva Eicker brings together new and recent work by two artists whose practice is deeply embedded in process and working with the surface and tactile qualities of paper. The exhibition will be on view until 5 July 2020. Further information.