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The artists of Germany’s capital city devoted six days in September to showing art lovers from all around the world what they have to offer – and for the fourth time. Art magazine Sleek and Lufthansa First Class issued the invitations for the exclusive VIP opening event.
At Haus Ungarn, formerly the Hungarian Cultural Institute, Sleek and Lufthansa First Class welcomed some 1000 invited guests, among them international art collectors, gallerists, artists and high-ranking representatives of the worlds of business and culture. Lufthansa First Class Lounge provided a space for art lovers to exchange ideas, and an exclusive pop-up gallery curated by Sleek Art showed works by American photographer Hadley Hudson, Hamburg-based photographer Anatol Kotte and French photographer Maxime Ballesteros.
The limited, five-part photo series MOVEMENTS of the internationally sought-after photo artist and director Mayk Azzato was also on show in Berlin. The product of a collaboration between Azzato and Lufthansa Private Jet, MOVEMENTS takes an artistic look at the subject of movement and travel.
The party guests also had the chance to enjoy the breathtaking view of St. Mary’s Church, the Red City Hall and the TV tower both from the terrace and through the 50-meter-long window front.
Berlin Art Week set a new record this year with a total of some 100 000 visitors, for whom a first-rate and varied program of more than 140 events was lined up. Exhibitions, art fairs, installations and also glimpses into private art collections demonstrated the full spectrum of Berlin’s exceptionally vibrant art scene. Highlights of the week were the fairs abc – art berlin contemporary and Positions Berlin – Art Fair, as well as the collaborative project Stadt/Bild. Image of a City. abc alone provided a platform for some 100 galleries from 17 countries. The works of well-known artists Cindy Sherman, Alicja Kwade and Paul McCarthy proved to be real audience magnets. With Art Week, Berlin was hailed as one of the most agile centers of contemporary art in Europe.
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