BERLIN.- abc art berlin contemporary
is set to take place for its sixth edition in September 2013. Around 130 emerging and established galleries from all over the world have been invited to exhibit individual presentations of contemporary art at the four-day show.
The line-up includes works from the following artists:
Johannes Albers, Musead Alhulis, Julieta Aranda, Vasil Artamonov, Alexey Klyukov, Alexandra Bachzetsis, Ivan Bazak, Nina Beier, Eva Berendes, Stefan Bertalan, Andrea Bowers, Björn Braun, Wolfgang Burat, Nina Canell, Mona Annetta Chisa & Lucia Tkacova, Andy Coolquitt, Daniel Gustav Cramer, Meg Cranston, Dina Danish, Alessio delli Castelli, Michele di Menna, DiS, Thea Djordjaze, Hansjoerg Dobliar, Paula Doepfner, Tatjana Doll, Maria Eichhorn, Jens Fänge, Andreas Fischer, Mark Flood, Kasia Fudakowski, Laetitia Gendre, Florian Germann, Ruben Grilo, Ellen Gronemeyer, Matthew Hale, Jan Peter Hammer, Uji Handoko, Eric Hattan, Florian Hecker, Samuel Henne, Klara Hobza, Vladimír Houdek, Tom Humphreys, Pauline Cornier, A Kassen, Daniel Keller, Stefan Kern, Andrew Kerr, Timo Klöppel, Josh Kolb, Thomas Kratz, Susanne Kriemann, James Krone, Annika Larsson, Sonia Leimer, Anni Leppälä, Marie Letkowski, Derek Liddington, Laura Lima, Roberta Lima, Maria Loboda, Thomas Locher, Robert Lucander, Rene Luckhardt, David Lynch, Ryan McGinley, Olaf Metzel, Muntean/Rosenblum, Elisabeth Neel, John Henry Newton, Heide Nord, Navid Nuur, Mie Olise, Julian Opie, Tony Oursler, Patric Fabian, Fritz Panzer, Michael Part, Antonio Paucar, Walter Pfeiffer, Bernard Piffaretti, Kantinka Pilscheur, Julia Prezewosky, Chloe Quenum, Anahita Razmi, Erich Reusch, Robin Rhode, Michael Riedel, Kirstine Roepstorff, Ricarda Roggan, Michael Sailstorfer, Tomas Saraceno,Lasse Hansen Schmidt, Anne Schneider, Tilo Schulz, Santiago Sierra, Danyanita Singh, Diana Sirianni, Erik Schmidt, Natalia Stochon, Sean Townley, Luca Trevisani, William Tucker, Nasan Tur, Ulrich Vogl, Julius von Bismarck, Brigitte Waldach, Hannah Weinberger, Pae White, JD Williams, Michael Williams, Thomas Zipp.
The majority of the works on view will be new, enjoying their debut at abc. This year's line-up will feature a variety of performative and time-based works that will create a stimulating panorama. Throughout the entire exhibition area, visitors will come across a lively and engaging program of performances, musical contributions, choreographies, artist talks and discussions.
The rich and varied show will be topped off with two further highlights: the artist book fair Miss Read and Upcoming Exhibitions, a program introduced by Shanaynay (Paris), in which a new exhibition produced and initiated by 15 invited international project spaces will occur every two hours in abc's entrance area.
2013 also heralds the second time abc has teamed up with Berlin Art Week, which will again combine exhibition openings and related art events in the city into an attractive program.