Weekend Opening Tour 3rd-5th May

Openings Thursday 3rd May:

Kreuzberg Pavillon Alexandr Rodin “Recent Works Destroyed by Security Guards” 2-7pm
Capitalism’s effect on art can be seen in the works of Alexander Rodin an artist at Tacheles. At the beginning of the year the artist’s works were destroyed by a private security company and are now on display in a political context!

Haus der Kulturen der Welt Group Exhibition “Korean Cinema Today: Films from the Busan International Film Festival”, 7pm
Poetry on screen! Film-buffs can get excited for the opening of the Korean film festival! Starting with the film “Poetry (Shi)”.

Galerie Hiltawsky Serge Marcel Martinot “un–deux–trois”, 7pm
Streets are seen through the lens of the Parisian photography Martinot in his triple sequence reflecting France, Germany and the USA.

Navigate the art-jungle for Thursday’s Openings with the Thurday Openings Tour Map.

Openings Friday 4th May:

Kunstraum Kreuzberg Bethanien Group Exhibition “Presume“ 7pm
It is safe to presume there will be high quaily art at this group exhibition of the prize winners of the Mart Stam Förderpreis 2011!

C/O Berlin Florian van Roekel, Nisaar Ulama “Talents 27: How Terry Likes His Coffee”, 7pm
However you like your coffee, it’s often seen as part of the daily work routine! The everyday office life is reflected in this exhibition!

Alfred Ehrhardt Stiftung Alfred Ehrhardt “Alfred Ehrhardt: Portugal 1951–1961”,  7pm
Ever wanted to visit Portugal in the fifties and sixties? Get closer to the dream through photos and films of the beautiful country.

Galerie Axel Obiger Vadim Schäffler und Gabriele Worgitzki “HALTUNG-KINESIK-KONTEXT”, 7pm
Do you speak, understand or listen to the language of the body? This exhibition may bring you a bit closer to this unique dialogue.

L’origine du Monde Isabelle Spicer “American Dream”, 7-9pm
 Spicer is now living the Berlin Dream with her first exhibition in the city!

Find your way on Friday with our Friday Openings Tour Map.

Openings Saturday 5th May:

General Public Antonia Baehr “For Ida. A Self-Portrait. A Micro-Choreographic Quartet for the Face”, 7pm
Choreographer and film-maker Baehr offers a self-portrait through this installation. Filmed via Skype it examines a single repeated face.

Souterrain  Group Exhibition “Timed Up And Go Test”, 6pm
Time is limited at this exhibition, so don’t miss it and check out the opening!

Exile Goran Tomcic & Ze Coeupel “2012”, 7-10 pm
This exhibition aims to examine the situation of the arts in Berlin in this wonderful year of 2012! An art exhibition about art!

Stedefreund Anne Gathmann, Katja Pudor “Kreuze! Triff eine Unterscheidung!”, 7pm
Three times a charm! Don’t miss part 3 of the exhibition series “difference a bend”

Kaleidoskop Sabrina Casadei, Giulio Zanet “Growing in Lightness” 7pm
The artists find themselves in a new space and a new city. Reflecting of one another, different opinions and experiences are captured and accompanied by texts from Rossella Farinotti and Carolina Lio.

Savvy Contemporary Group Exhibition “Packet Soup”, 7pm
Ditch the TV-dinner for some Packet Soup instead! Get interactive at this installation exhibition.

Find the best Opening Parties on our Saturday Openings Tour Map