The Hoffmann’s began collecting contemporary art in 1968. Today, this vast collection is housed in Ms. Hoffmann’s stunning private workspace and residence. Each Saturday she opens her home to visitors, offering them the opportunity to immerse themselves in art. The current installation features works by Tracy Emin, Monica Bonvicini and Chiharu Shiota, among others. Exhibitions are updated each July. Visitors must register in advance. The collection is closed in August
Housed in a strikingly beautiful 19th-century hall, the Kreuzberg marketplace has become a Berlin institution. Local farmers and food stands converge for the Friday and Saturday markets, and the deliciousness of Street Food Thursday should not be missed. Highlights include the Naschmarkt (Dessert market) on 4 June and the Berlin Coffee Festival, 1-3 September.
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Gallery Weekend Berlin is one of the leading events for contemporary art in Germany. Up to 20,000 visitors descend on over 50 galleries. Berlin Art Week coincides with the abc art berlin contemporary and Positions Berlin art fairs. Featuring exhibitions, talks, films and tours.
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