Charlottenwalk | Gallery Walk in Charlottenburg and Wilmersdorf | 26.01.2019

34 galleries for contemporary art and art-related venues in the Berlin districts of Charlottenburg and Wilmersdorf invite you to visit them on 26 January 2019 from noon to 4:00 p.m. Some open their doors even longer.

The map in detail
Overview of all participants

In many galleries participating in the Charlottenwalk, special events take place within this framework. Here is a selection:

Bermel von Luxburg Gallery (Fasanenstraße 29, 10719 Berlin-Charlottenburg) opens the exhibition Space made by Color with Cristina Ghetti and Arnd Kaestner on 26.01.2019 with a vernissage directly after the tour from 18:00 to 21:00 hours. In the Art Cabinet: The Bridge in Dialogue with African Tribal Art.

Bermel von Luxburg Gallery: Cristina Ghetti, Double Wave Series, 35 x 70 cm, Acryl auf Holz

ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE (Schillerstraße 15, 10625 Berlin-Charlottenburg) is currently showing the exhibition ORNAMENT + ABSTRAKTION by the artists COLIN ARDLEY + TANJA ROCHELMEYER + BRIGITTE SCHWACKE + ANJA SCHWÖRER. Registration for a visit to this special gallery (as this is the private premises of the gallery owner) is not necessary during the Charlotten Walk.


EFREMIDIS GALLERY (Ernst-Reuter-Platz 2, 10587 Berlin-Charlottenburg) invites you to present the book that was created on the occasion of the current exhibition “Content is a Glimpse”. At 4:30 p.m. the curator of the exhibition, Juriaan Benschop, will give a speech. Works by Anna Tuori, David Schutter, Fiona Rae, Jorge Queiroz and Mark Lammert will be shown.


Galerie Brockstedt (Mommsenstraße 59, 10629 Berlin-Charlottenburg) is currently showing Hans Scheib with sculptures and drawings and the Dutch painter Lou Loeber.

Galerie Brockstedt: Hans Scheib, Guter Morgen, 2012

Galerie Eigenheim Weimar/Berlin (Kantstraße 28, 10623 Berlin-Charlottenburg near Savignyplatz) currently presents the UfK (ultrafreier Künstler = ultrafree artist) Benedikt Braun in solo with the exhibition SHOOTING STAR and accompanying in the newly designed salon of Galerie Eigenheim the artist Lars Wild with drawings in the exhibition GOLDLAUTER. Benedikt Braun’s exhibition also offers a work of art with which the visitors can interact (expected reference without guarantee).

Galerie Eigenheim Berlin: Benedikt Braun, Nightshot

GALERIE SPRINGER BERLIN (Fasanenstraße 13, 10623 Berlin-Charlottenburg) ends her exhibition of photographs by Ute and Werner Mahler with a finissage from 12:00 to 4:00 as part of the Charlottenwalk.

GALERIE SPRINGER BERLIN: Ute Mahler, für Sibylle Tierserie, Thüringen, 1977, Vintage Print, 40 x 50 cm

At the Galerie Kornfeld (Fasanenstraße 26, 10719 Berlin-Charlottenburg) and at 68projects (Fasanenstraße 68, 10719 Berlin-Charlottenburg) Jan Tichy is currently presented both as an artist in a solo show and as a curator of a group exhibition.

68projects: Plakat zur Ausstellung Chicago Grid, kuratiert von Jan Tichy

Galerie Michaela Helfrich (Bleibtreustraße 3, 10623 Berlin-Charlottenburg) opens its large group exhibition “Charlottenburger Hängung” with a vernissage directly after the Charlottenwalk – with the artists Gerard Waskievitz, Pina Rath, Simon Rosenthal, Jutta Kritsch, Jens Kloppmann, Simon Czapla, Nanako Shikata, Ulrike Pisch, Thomas Gatzemeier, Oliver Dehn, Gilbert Brohl, Pola Polanski, Horst Kistner, David D. Lauer, Stephan Seitz, Fabian Freese, Thomas Jüptner, Christina Gay, Stephan Paul Schneider, Bernhard Ailinger, Roland Behrmann, Andreas Koch, Oliver Estavillo, Lucas Oertel, Eva Maria Horstick, Heike Mardo and Jan Ziegler.

Overview of all participants and exhibitions of the Charlottenwalk on 26 January 2019 (12:00-4:00 p.m.):

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