Berlin Art Week is one of the highlights in the year of contemporary art in the German capital and annually takes place in September.
Berlin Art Week the big museums of contemporary art in Berlin, exhibition venues and art societies, two art fairs, private collections, and project spaces join forces and present a joint exhibition program. For almost a full week, the entire city opens up to art enthusiasts from around the globe: with openings, award ceremonies, talks, and special events, art tours through the city and the exhibition venues, with urban interventions, open studios, and galleries. During these days, visitors experience Berlin as a place for contemporary art, where German and international artists live and work, where art is created, and where current topics in art are being discussed.
Tickets for all chargeable exhibitions during Berlin Art Week will be available individually at the ticket counters of all partner venues. Standard admission fees and reductions generally apply; free admission to all exhibition openings.
Opening 36 €, day ticket 22 €, reduced 16 €
Family ticket (2 adults + children, valid only on Sun) 45 €, free admission for children up to the age of 12
Positions Berlin Art Fair
Opening 6 €, day ticket 12 €, reduced 6 €
Evening ticket 6 € (Fri + Sat from 6 pm, Sun from 4 pm)
Before you go
We visited Berlin Art Week last year, so in case you missed it…check out our blog post about it!