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Wilkommen, bienvenue, welcome all contemporary art enthusiasts, dealers and collectors... it's time for Berlin's largest art fair, on its 8th go-round this fall. Once again, more than 100 international galleries, projects and artists will present their most innovative and promising works, Berliner Liste, takes place this September 8 - 11, 2011.
Berliner Liste covers a broad spectrum ranging from contemporary sculpture, painting, drawing to installation, video art, performance and photography.
If last year's 13,000 international guests are any indication, you can expect it to be big, at least that much so. Over the past years, Berliner Liste has expanded its photography section, which was also a resounding success, and 2011 will be no exception; Berliner Liste will again present exhibitors who exclusively show photography.
More than 100 promising international galleries, projects and artists from 23 countries will show their most innovative and sophisticated works. The fair has exhibition spaces from 10 sqm to 100 sqm for galleries, art projects and individual artists. The wide range of booth sizes is done so that especially young gallery owners and individual artists can initiate their first fair participation and offer access to international collectors and journalists.
For more established art dealers and galleries there are new options for more choice and flexibility in design of the fair spaces.
Located in the centre of Berlin, the fair will be host to more than 13.000 international visitors, with over 400 journalists. It presents the opportunity to make new contacts, international networking, establish a professional public presence plus support and advice in meeting international collectors and making sales.
The 8th edition of Berlin's largest art fair takes place in the big halls of the TRAFO Berlin. TRAFO is an unique location that provides more than 7000sqm exhibition space. Located in an impressive former power plant, TRAFO will give all participating galleries, artists and projects enough space to present their works in an extraordinary architectural surrounding.
In addition to the regular viewing hours, there is a First Choice viewing on Sept 7, 3 pm. The opening night is Sept 7, 2011, 6 pm to 11 pm
.Subway: U8 Heinrich-Heine-Strasse
Rapid Transit: S3, S5, S7, S75 Jannowitzbruecke
For more information, in English or in German, visit: http://www.berliner-liste.org/
September 8 - 11, 2011TRAFO BerlinKöpenicker Straße 70
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