Hamburger Bahnhof

The late US painter’s first European survey, at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, is a missed opportunity

By Kito Nedo

With exhibitions at more than 45 official participating venues, here’s our guide of what not to miss during Berlin Art Week

By Emily McDermott
Agnieszka Polska, The Demon’s Brain, 2018, film still. Courtesy: © the artist, ŻAK | BRANICKA, Berlin and OVERDUIN & CO., LA


27 Sep
3 Mar

Exploring the lingering effects of war, censorship and colonialism on art collections – where do museums entangled in complex histories go from here?

By Jörg Heiser

German museums are being pushed to diversify their canons and respond to a globalized world – but is ‘cleaning up’ the answer?

By Kristian Vistrup Madsen
Hanne Darboven, environment > 80 <, posthumously, 1987, detail, pen on paper and collage, 56-section, National Museums in Berlin, Nationalgalerie, 1988 acquired by the State of Berlin © National Gallery in the Hamburger Bahnhof, SMB / property of the State of Berlin / Jörg P. Anders Hanne Darboven Foundation, Hamburg / VG Image Art, Bonn 2017


19 May
27 Aug
Adrian Piper, The Probable Trust Registry: The Rules of the Game #1-3, 2013-2017. Courtesy: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin Collection, Nationalgalerie's Friends, Adrian Piper Research Archive Foundation Berlin and APRA Foundation Berlin

Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin

By Pablo Larios

Artists' Film - 31 Oct 2016

For frieze, Nathan Corbin provides an exclusive video showing the latest work by Anne Imhof, who will be representing Germany at the 2017 Venice Biennale

Essay - 25 Oct 2016

Pablo Larios explores Anne Imhof's exhibition-as-opera at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin

Why bother with art prizes or residencies?

By Daniel Baumann

Google returns Dennis Cooper's blog data; Gagosian to throw a benefit auction for Hillary Clinton

Gülsün Karamustafa, Double Reality, 1987/2013. Photograph: Mustafa Hazneci

The patriarchal house of cards underlying the Turkish coup and Brexit

By Övül Durmuşoğlu