Hallen 4 Opening

Wilhelm Hallen Berlin

Hallen 4 is opening their Gate with a performance by Göksu Kunak on Friday 8 September 2023, 7pm
Wilhelm Hallen, Kopenhagener Str. 60-72, 13407 Berlin

The fourth annual art event in Berlin’s borough of Reinickendorf spanning two weekends this September. After three successful editions Hallen 4, a partner of Berlin Art Week, expands to include performances, art talks, curated exhibitions, alongside 19 contemporary art galleries.
Hallen 4 will be inaugurated by a live exhibition entitled HUNGRY by Göksu Kunak, who together with Nomi Sladko, Bilgesu Akyürek (pole), Tischa The Tigress (bodybuilding- burlesque), and Markus Hausmann (bodybuilder) will perform a once-off sequence on the opening evening celebrating Hallen 4 and the launch of a limited edition poster book by King Kong Studio.
museum Berlinische Galerie | collection Art Collection Telekom | Art’Us Collectors’ Collective | HK Collection | exhibition Claire Koron Elat & Shelly Reich (angels.sc3) | talks ArtReview | performance Göksu Kunak | Nik Nowak | gallery Capitain Petzel | carlier gebauer | ChertLüdde | Mehdi Chouakri | Ebensperger | Efremidis | HUA International | Jan Kaps | Klemm’s | alexander levy | PSM | Galerie Max Mayer | Meyer Riegger | NOME | Esther Schipper | Sies + Höke | Soy Capitán | Galerie Thomas Schulte | Tanja Wagner | poster book King Kong Studio

About Hallen
Hallen 4 is the fourth instalment of the autumn art event hosted at Wilhelm Hallen in Reinickendorf since 2020. It originated when a small group of Berlin gallerists approached entrepreneur and art collector Philipp Solf and Omer Arbel (Bocci) in the summer of that same year to join forces and to host them for an exhibition at Wilhem Hallen. Within a month they put together the first edition of what is now an annual art event. The first and second editions comprised of a group of commercial galleries showing large-scale art works in the mostly unrenovated spaces at Wilhelm Hallen. The third instalment, subtitled Reinickendorf Rules, expanded and welcomed 15 galleries and other partners in a more festival-style setting celebrating contemporary art.
About Wilhelm Hallen
The former Winkelhof iron foundry, now Wilhelm Hallen, consists of a listed ensemble of various halls, loft spaces and offices in a beautiful red brick architecture with a total floor space of over 20,000 square meters. Designed between 1898 and 1918 by the Pankow mason Christian Friedrich Malingriaux and built 1902 by the architect Hermann Streubel, the factory halls actually underwent only a few changes - in the 1950s, a few fixtures were added as well as the addition of a gatehouse. Since the foundry's closure in 2014, the existing structure of the ensemble has remained untouched.