For this year’s Berlin Art Week, Acute Art are delighted to present multiple projects:
Nina Chanel Abney at Berghain
Visitors to Berghain, the notorious Berlin nightclub turned exhibition space, will discover Nina Chanel Abney’s Imaginary Friend floating outside the entrance.
Having officially launched earlier in the summer, visitors will have the opportunity to view this monumental AR work by downloading the Acute Art app below.
Koenig Gallerie presents My Trip by Bjarne Melgaard
Bjarne Melgaard’s My Trip is now on view at Koenig Gallery’s second iteration of Messe in St Agnes at their Berlin space.
Originally designed as an experiment to compensate for the cancellation of this year’s ART BASEL, the first fair counted more than 400 visitors in 12 days. Tickets are available here or at the gallery.
Read more about Bjarne Melgaard’s work here.
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