As part of Berlin Art Week 2022, the art event Hallen #3 will open in Reinickendorf’s Wilhelm Hallen on 10 September 2022 with exhibitions, talks and a culinary offer. On the occasion of Berlin Art Week, the Wilhelm Hallen will be hosting an extensive art programme under the motto “Reinickendorf Rules” on 10 and 11 as well as from 14 to 18 September 2022. This will be complemented by a culinary offer in the spacious halls.
Fig. above: Wilhelm Hallen K 60, photo: Joe Clark
One of the highlights of the programme is the group exhibition K60: for the third time, the Wilhelm Hallen offer over 6,000 sqm of space for works by the K60 initiative. Launched in 2020 by the galleries alexander levy, BQ, ChertLüdde, Klemm’s, Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Plan B and PSM in response to the repeated cancellation of cultural events, it underlines the importance of collaboration between galleries and the Berlin art scene as a positive and ongoing practice. This year, the 15 Berlin galleries Alexander levy, Carlier | Gebauer, ChertLüdde, Efremidis, Esther Schipper, Klosterfelde Edition, HUA International, Klemm’s, Mehdi Chouakri, neugerriemschneider, NOME, PSM, Soy Capitán, Sprüth Magers and Sweetwater are participating in an extensive show of works.
Another group exhibition has been curated by filmmaker and designer Nathini van der Meer in collaboration with the Wilhelm Hallen-based creative agency Aboutkokomo in the spacious rooms of Oat Milk Studios. Temporary Chapter features works created during her residency at Wilhelm Hallen, as well as works by artists close to her.
The Cologne, Paris and Düsseldorf-based gallery Ruttkowski;68 presents a solo exhibition by the Parisian artist Antwan Horfee, who has assembled a new series of abstract paintings under the title Oz and Cobalt, inspired by graffiti as well as comics and science fiction from the 1970s and 1980s.
With “I See You“, the free and independent group exhibition by Berlin artist Anna Borowy is now moving to the Sleek Lounge, which has set itself up temporarily in the Wilhelm Hallen, after its opening in April 2022 on the Teufelsberg. The self-organised show of works is dedicated solely to the love of art and, in addition to works by Borowy, shows paintings, photographs, installations and video works by Peter Becker & Shapiro Vertikal, Jonas Burgert, Martin Eder, Lars Eidinger and Maximilian Schippmann.
The exhibition “How to Deal with the World” with works from the Art Collection Telekom provides an insight into the collection and the diverse cultural landscape of Eastern Europe. The starting point is a number of works by Ukrainian artists that were already acquired in 2014 / 2015. Added to these are works by artists from Georgia, Bulgaria, Slovakia and Kosovo. The Art Collection Telekom, with its focus on contemporary art from Eastern and Southeastern Europe, was established in 2010. The collection now comprises a good 300 works by around 80 artists and is an attempt to document the diversity of an art scene that makes a significant contribution to Europe’s diversity on its periphery.
Opening of Halls #3: Saturday, 10 September 2022, 10:00 a.m.
Saturday, 10.09., 10 a.m.— 8 p.m. Uhr
Sunday, 11.09., 10 a.m.— 8 p.m. Uhr
wednesday, 14.09., 3 p.m. — 8 p.m. Uhr
Thursday, 15.09., 3 p.m. — 8 p.m. Uhr
Friday, 16.09., 1 p.m. — 8 p.m. Uhr
Saturday, 17.09., 11 a.m. — 8 p.m. Uhr
Sunday, 18.09., 10 a.m. — 8 p.m. Uhr
Wilhelm Hallen, Kopenhagener Straße 60–72, 13407 Berlin-Reinickendorf
↘ S-Bahnhof Wilhelmsruh (S1) / ca. 50 m
↘ Bushaltestelle Linie 122 / ca. 100 m
↘ Anschluss zur Bundesfernstraße B96 / ca. 500 m
↘ S-Bahnhof Alt Reinickendorf (S8) / ca. 900 m
↘ U-Bahnhof Residenzstraße (U8) / ca. 1.000 m
Kurz Schumacher Platz (A111) / ca. 1.900 m
↘ Fahrradweg Grünes Band / ca.