Werkhalle Wiesenburg Berlin | A Room for the Arts in Berlin-Wedding

From April to November in the Werkhalle Wiesenburg Berlin, we have a great series of art exhibitions and interdisciplinary events for you.
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Please follow our health guidelines:

minimum distance of 1.5 metres from other people
wear an FFP2 mask without an exhalation valve 

Gabriele Dumkow and Darren Saady

Sunday 13th June 6pm

Imagine a beautiful summer evening… from about 18:00 mezzosopranist Gabriele and pianist Darren will perform classic songs and arias on the Rampe by the Panke. Introduced by Jörg Dumkow, it will be a wildly romantic experience at one of the most beautiful places in the middle of Berlin.

Free entry, donations welcome

current exhibition



Thomas Henriksson.

24.04.21 – 20.06.2021
Thursday – Sunday 12.00 – 18.00

Oil paintings and open studio

Thomas Henriksson opens the 2021 season in the Werkhalle Wiesenburg with the exhibition “The NATURE of NATURE – Overlays“On display will be Henriksson’s oil paintings from the COVID winter 2020/2021 as well as some paintings from earlier years. Since the Werkhalle is both an open studio and exhibition space for the duration of this exhibition, visitors can also follow the creation process of current works. The pictures painted in winter were created primarily out of a longing for spring, for the reawakening of life, for returning hope and joy of life. Trees as a symbol of life, which, after seemingly stagnating, regain new strength every spring and inexorably burst forth, were an essential source of inspiration. Viewed from above, they appear abstract, in forms that reflect the principles of growth and life. He is concerned with what colours and shapes really tell us and how they affect us, mentally and emotionally, even if we are not always aware of it.

The new paintings were made listening to improvisations by violinist and composer Chaschatur Kanajan. Henriksson and Kanajan share a deep personal relationship, and both experience working together as an inspiration. The paintings are readable for the painter and playable for the musician.

At the beginning of the exhibition, Kanajan will perform his composition made for the paintings in the Werkhalle. The recording of this premiere will then be available as a stream on our homepage and played in the Werkhalle during the opening hours of the exhibition.

The History of the Wiesenburg

available in book form

On sale in the Werkhalle 10 euros or on Etsy 14,50 incl p.&p.
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