Tips This Week

Find out where to go, when, and most importantly WHY. The Tips of the week - every Wednesday at 12h

  • by bpigs team, 31 Oct 2019
    The 4. Berliner Herbstsalon adopts Bilgin Ayata’s call and claims »De-heimatize it!« in order to oppose the strengthening of nationalist movements and the resulting backlash in the distribution of roles between gender and origin. The Herbstsalon has invited artists to dissect and dispel, bend and...
  • SIMONE C NIQUILLE / TECHNOFLESH
    by bpigs team, 11 Oct 2019
    Housing the Human unveils the results of five projects that tackle questions on how will we live in the near future. The collaboration brings together art, science, and technological innovation to explore speculative concepts for the future of living and coexistence. Certain Measures present a domestic setting that...
  • by bpigs team, 9 Oct 2019
    Bpigs is happy to support the Terre des Femmes Charity Art Auction with works by Norbert Bisky, Julius von Bismarck, Candida Höfer, Jonathan Meese, Karin Sander, Rosemarie Trockel, Miriam Vlaming, Bettina WitteVeen and 40 other contemporary artists. All proceeds will go to the charitable work of Terre des...
  • Award winner © Apartment Project
    by bpigs team, 13 Sep 2019
    Let's talk guided tours. Berlin is perfect for drifting along with the crowds and ending up having walked for miles but sometimes you need that extra push to hop on the bike and experience the city from new perspecitves. The Network of Berlin Independent Project Spaces and Initiatives is celebrating 10 years (...
  • Foto: Victoria Tomaschko for Monopol Magazin
    by bpigs team, 12 Sep 2019
    From May to December 2019, STATISTA has been testing whether working "in the spirit of the Commons" is an option today, even within the context of city development. With the aid of ten distinct playing fields, STATISTA will generate artistic prototypes for a civil society built on collective principles. The...
  • Selina Traun, Pneu (2018)
    by Despina Stokou, 12 Sep 2019
    Art Berlin opens today with an extensive parallel program in collaborations that reach from the local iniative Berlin Art Prize to Liste ART FAIR BASEL. The program concentrates on the usual three options, talks, screenings and an extensive performance program which we will be presenting in detail here.  On...
  • A canary called Cassandra  2017-ongoing
    by Despina Stokou, 21 Aug 2019
    The sixth edition of the Berlin Art Prize, the city’s independent art award, takes place in September 2019. This year, the 9 nominees will be exhibited in 9 project spaces of the city for 9 solo shows. The non-profit seeks to collaborate with some of the many places in the city where independent art occurs. With...
  • graphic design by Charlotte Hansel in collaboration with Susi Hinz
    by Despina Stokou, 7 Jul 2019
    Kleine Humboldt Galerie is turning TEN!!! and is celebrating by curating the exhibition festival unselect from 12 July through July 21, 2019 Vernissage is on Friday, July 12th at 6:30 pm at Lichthof Ost, Unter den Linden 6, 10117 Berlin Through its ten exhibitions, during nine days and one night, the festival...
  • by bpigs team, 19 Jun 2019
    web residencies by Solitude & ZKM curated by Jonas Lund
  • by bpigs team, 6 Jun 2019
    Constant Dullart installation at Amour - Tropez open daily 10-18h pool admission 5.5/3.5 Summer in Berlin! Oh the season of long outdoor day parties and riding back home amidst dramatic thunderstorms... It seems like June is the new May in Berlin with not one, but two project space festivals around town. This year...
  • by bpigs team, 31 May 2019
    B-LA CONNECT understands itself as an international cultural exchange on a grass roots level. It brings together members of different art spheres and scenes from two cities: Los Angeles and Berlin. In June 2019, 20 art spaces from Los Angeles will exhibit in 22 art spaces from Berlin. The interdisciplinary program...
  • by bpigs team, 31 May 2019
    This year's international edition of the Project Space Festival Berlin will take place under the title "When The Hunger Starts" from June 1-30th at public places in Berlin that change daily. With their open, translocal and often virtually transferred spatial practices, 29 project spaces were invited to...
  • by bpigs team, 7 Dec 2018
    We don't write often about music, but when we do, it's because we simply cannot shut up about it. It's really that good. It's Heroines of Sound! The fifth edition of this unique and thoughtfully curated festival is celebrating women’s contribution to the musical landscape past and present over...
  • by Adela Lovric, 19 Sep 2018
    The Berlin Art Week is about to lift off — now for the seventh time, it invites visitors to join various exhibition openings, art fairs, award ceremonies, urban interventions, and numerous special events that will inhabit Berlin's venues, from the well-known to the unexpected. The diversity of the program is...
  • by Sarie Nijboer, 4 Jul 2018
    Summer has arrived, and it doesn’t seem that art takes a break from it. We picked July’s finest exhibitions and events, perfect for a stroll through Berlin summer. WEDNESDAY 04.07 11.00 Rundgang 50Hertz, the Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin @ 50Hertz Netzquartier WHY: For the...
  • Cover image © Anna Steele, Separation Stream, 2018
    by Adela Lovric, 11 Apr 2018
    Spring seems to be awakening the best in the art scene, too: this month we are treated with quite a few art fairs & festivities, at home in Berlin and in the neighborhood abroad. Check out what is not to be missed.    THURSDAY 12.04 19.00 Plotting the Path @ Romanian Cultural Institute (RKI Berlin...
  • by Adela Lovric, 24 Mar 2018
    Regardless of the ways you intend to manifest indulgence this coming holiday, we strongly suggest to mind some food for thought, too. Our tips include a variety of stimuli: exhibition openings, closings, readings, lectures & talks, plus an evening of techno sounds for the thinking heads to wrap up the round....
  • by Adela Lovric, 14 Mar 2018
    As the long-awaited Spring finally graces Berlin – well, sort of – we're mapping out the route for you to start enjoying it outside your homes. As per usual, it's a gallery round packed with worthy exhibition openings and talks, as well as the fabulous MaerzMusik Festival events taking place...

Berlin Independents Guide is an artist run communications platform. The exhibition guide comes out every two months and is distributed for free in project spaces, galleries, institutions, and bookstores. Listings are accepted from project spaces, galleries, art institutes and art related venues in Berlin.
For more information and prices have a look here.
info(at)bpigs.com - Postal address: BPIGS at Blogfabrik, Oranienstrasse 185, 10999 Berlin / Respect the environment, please do NOT send printed invitations or posters.