#Goodnews – BerlinViews pushes the local gallery scene
Enjoy a quick trip to the German capital
News07 May 2020
Several Berlin galleries have joined forces to create BerlinViews, a website presenting over 25 galleries and gallery models.
Due to the cancellation of the city’s gallery Weekend, the website is an initiative to promote the visibility of art in Berlin and strengthen the solidarity of the gallery scene in response to our current times. BerlinViews functions by offering a brief profile of each gallery, with the aim of giving easy access and insight into the diversity of the local gallery scene. The website is clear and straightforwards to use – the participating galleries introduce themselves with a short intro and present one featured artist and their work, along with prices (so you see immediately if your budget allows a purchase). Networking and collaborating is an important component of this open initiative, and so the website is also intended to be an experimental ground for exploring potential digital formats. The initiative was started by Galerie Tanja Wagner and OFFICE IMPART.
Enjoy your quick trip to the German capital.
Michael Müller Kleines Glück, 2013 Plastic spiral, MDF pedestal Pedestal: 60 × 70 × 30 cm Price: 10.000 Euro (excl. VAT)
Grace Weaver The Lobby, 2019 Charcoal on paper, framed 61 × 45,5 cm Price: 2.200 EUR (excl. VAT)
soycapitan.de Photo: Nick Ash, courtesy Soy Capitán, Berlin
Dennis Busch Paradise Now, 2019 Paper collage 19 × 29 cm In bespoke oak frame: 27 × 37 cm Price: 740 Euro (excl. VAT)
Maximilian Kirmse Exhibition view, “Jetzt • Junge Malerei in Deutschland”, Deichtorhallen Hamburg, 2020