POSITIONS BERLIN ANNOUNCES PARTICIPATING GALLERIES

© Positions Berlin Art Fair 2019

With a total of 58 national and international galleries from nine countries, the exhibitors of Positions Berlin Art Fair have been announced

The seventh edition of Positions Berlin Art Fair will take place again this year as part of the Berlin Art Week. From 10—13 SEP the art fair will present a broad spectrum of artistic positions of contemporary and modern art. Special this year: In addition to Positions Berlin Art Fair, paper positions, which was postponed from April to September, will show numerous international works with a special focus on drawing and paper. Also, photo basel/berlin will be held for the first time in Berlin-Tempelhof, thus placing a further focus on photography.

With a total of 58 national and international galleries from nine countries, the exhibitors of Positions Berlin Art Fair have been announced. Part of the art fair in 2020 are: Galerie Albrecht Berlin, Artco Aachen/Berlin/ Cape Town (South Africa), (AV17) Gallery Vilnius (Lithuania), Bark Berlin Gallery Berlin, Baroti Gallery Klaipeda (Lithuania), Galerie Biesenbach Cologne, Rutger Brandt Gallery Amsterdam (Netherlands), Brennecke Fine Art Berlin, Galerie Brusberg Berlin, Luisa Catucci Gallery Berlin, Galerie Commeter | Persiehl & Heine Hamburg, DavisKlemmGallery Wiesbaden, Galerie Horst Dietrich Berlin, drj art projects Berlin, Galerie Eigenheim Weimar/ Berlin, Epicentro Art Berlin, Galerie Friedmann-Hahn Berlin, Galerie Thomas Fuchs Stuttgart, Gräfe art.concept Berlin, Kunsthandel Ralph R. Haugwitz Berlin, Hilgemann Art Berlin, Galerie Helga Hofman Alphen aan den Rijn (Netherlands), Galerie Holthoff Hamburg, Galerie Hübner + Hübner Frankfurt, Immaginaria | arti visive gallery Florence (Italy), Galerie intershop Leipzig, Jarmuschek+Partner Berlin, Karl Oskar Gallery Berlin, Galerie Kleindienst Leipzig, Kleinervonwiese Berlin, Lachenmann Art Konstanz/Frankfurt, galerie ulf larsson Cologne, Livingstone Gallery Den Haag (Netherlands), Galerie Reinhold Maas Reutlingen, Maksla XO Riga (Latvia), Galerie Maurer Frankfurt, Meno Nisa Gallery Vilnius (Lithuania), Meno Parkas Gallery Kaunas (Lithuania), Galerie Martin Mertens Berlin, mianki.Gallery Berlin, Migrant Bird Space Berlin/Beijing (China), Galerie Georg Nothelfer Berlin, oqbo—raum für wort bild und ton Berlin, Galerie Nanna Preussners Hamburg, Pythongallery Erlenbach/Zurich (Switzerland), Galerie Schindler Potsdam, Schmalfuss Berlin—contemporary fine arts Berlin, Galerie Sievi Berlin, Eva Steynen. Deviation(s) Antwerps (Belgium), Galerie Heike Strelow Frankfurt, Galerie subjectobject Berlin, Galerie Supper Baden-Baden, Galeria Szydlowski Warschau (Poland), Galerie Tammen Berlin, Vijion Art Gallery Ortisei (Italien), VisuleX—Gallery for Photography Hamburg, Galerie Von&Von Nuremberg, White Square Gallery Berlin und X-Pinky Berlin.

Courtesy of Galerie Kleindienst & the artist
Sebastian Speckmann, Staub, 2018, Linolschnitt, 42,8 x 47,5 cm, courtesy of Galerie Kleindienst & the artist

Courtesy of Imraan Christian and Artco Gallery
Imraan Christian, Ohne Titel, 2020, Archivdruck auf Fotopapier, 119 x 84 cm.

Works by Mona Ardeleanu, Imraam Christian, Richard Serra, Sebastian Speckmann, Franziska Maderthaner and Stephen Wilks will be on display. Mirijam Tölke, among others, will be shown at Paper Positions. Galerie Thomas Schulte will also exhibit at paper positions and present current drawings by Spanish artist Juan Uslé and new works by Berlin-based artist Iris Schomaker.

Courtesy of Brennecke Fine Art & the artist
Franziska Maderthaner, Tulipmania 3, 2020, Öl, Acryl auf Leinen 150 x 120 cm.

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