Fotografiska Berlin, the Contemporary Museum of Photography, Art and Culture, is delighted to extend an invitation to all Berliners and beyond for the Fotografiska Berlin Opening Week.
The Opening Week’s public program will allow visitors the chance to embark on daily guided tours, held three times a day from 3 to 7 pm. Led by mediators, these tours provide a 1.5-hour 2 exploration of our new location, offering insights into the inaugural exhibitions and the stories behind the lens.
Additionally, join renowned multimedia artist writer and performer Juliana Huxtable, who will be premiering the –USSYPHILIA show at Fotografiska Berlin, for an intimate talk and catalog signing. Candice Breitz, a critically acclaimed contemporary artist whose solo presentation Whiteface will also be part of our inaugural exhibitions, will also join us for an artist talk.
Schedule Overview Opening Week, 2023
Monday, September 11, 2023, 7 pm, Ballroom
Unleash Your Imagination: Journey into the Unknown with Juliana Huxtable Marina Paulenka in conversation with Juliana Huxtable
Tuesday, September 12, 2023
Artist Talk – to be announced.
Thursday, September 14, 2023
Grand Opening Fotografiska Berlin – more details coming soon.
Saturday, September 16, 2023, 4 pm, Ballroom
Some of my Best Friends are White. A conversation with Candice Breitz.
Berlin Fotografiska, the Contemporary Museum of Photography, Art, and Culture, was founded in Stockholm with a strong commitment to showcasing thought-provoking and cutting-edge visual art. Fotografiska champions talents from diverse backgrounds, both locally and internationally, fostering a dynamic and inclusive artistic community. Fotografiska Berlin offers a captivating program of carefully curated exhibitions, events, concerts, workshops, and talks, complemented by on-site amenities such as a bakery, bars, and a fine-dining restaurant across its six floors. The museum extends its opening hours every day to 11 pm, allowing visitors to explore and engage with the museum’s offerings at their own pace. The new location in Berlin’s Mitte district spans an impressive 5,500 square meters on Oranienburger Straße. Fotografiska Berlin will be the fourth museum of the Fotografiska group, following Stockholm, Tallinn, and New York. Fotografiska humbly contributes to the global art community while providing an enriching experience for all who visit through its unwavering dedication to showcasing outstanding artistic talent and embracing its historical context.
Alex Möller | Hans Krestel
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