Berlin Art Tour
"What can I say? It was like getting a MFA in three hours. [Our guide] was intelligent, funny and made me look at art in a new way. I can't say enough about how much I enjoyed it."
Space to Create
Due to gallery closures in July and August, we aren't able to offer this walk in the summer. But we can strongly recommend a custom tour of the Berggreuen Museum to immerse yourself in works by masters like Picasso and Klee, or of the Hamburger Bahnhof to get your fix of German and international contemporary art.
Absolutely. We can do custom experiences in other areas of the city. Please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and availability.
Jason studied studio art and art history at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and La Universidad Complutenese de Madrid before living in Spain for many years as an active professional artist. He has exhibited around the United States and Europe in alternative projects, commercial galleries, and museums, with several artworks having been acquired for private collections. In 2006 Jason moved to Berlin where he now lives and works as an artist and organizer for a variety of exhibitions and art-related events. He co-founded and is the art director of the WerkStadt Kulturverein Berlin e.V., a non-profit collective. Additionally, in 2010 he completed a degree at the UdK (Universität der Künste Berlin) in curatorial practice and often helps mount exhibitions in the major museums that dot the urban landscape of the new artistic capital of Europe. He has also participated in installing exhibits at the Neues Museum in Berlin.
Veronica Posth is an Art Historian and Dancer based in Berlin. She was born in Florence to Italian-German parents and traveled regularly to the UK. She has a BA in History of Art with a Specialisation in Contemporary Art and a MA in Curatorial Practices. She has worked in numerous, eclectic, artistic environments as a Curator, Writer, Art Liaison, Gallery Assistant, Festival Production Manager and Researcher in Florence, Glasgow, London and Berlin. Her interests range from socio-political art to urban ‘intervention’ to increase awareness about how art and dance can heal and solve personal, social and even global issues. Currently, she mainly works as an Art, Dance Critic, Dramaturge and Co-Choreographer. She is excited to share her passion, knowledge, and interesting stories with visitors on Context tours.
Anita is a Hungarian visual artist currently based in Berlin. She received her MFA in Painting at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 2011. In 2015 Anita was awarded the Merit Scholarship of Pratt Institute's MFA Program, which enabled her to complete her second master’s degree in New York City. She was also awarded the Hungary Initiatives Foundation Study Scholarship, The Hungarian National Cultural Fund Artist Grant in Rome, The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Artist Award, and The Nerken Scholarship Award of the UJA-Federation of New York. Bordering on abstraction and figuration, her artwork consists of drawings, paintings, and intaglio prints. She has participated in various solo and group exhibitions in Budapest, Rome, New York City, and Berlin.
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