Zilberman Gallery, founded in Istanbul in 2008, stages 10–12 exhibitions every year at its main gallery spaces in Istanbul and Berlin and at the project space. The gallery occupies two separate floors of Mısır Apartment, one of the most famous examples of art nouveau architecture in Istanbul.Read More
In 2016, Zilberman Gallery opened its new Berlin space in a turn-of-the-century building in Berlin's Charlottenburg neighbourhood.
The gallery has a strong presence at international art fairs, forging close relationships with collectors, curators and art professionals, and creating opportunities for gallery artists. With the firm belief that a commercial gallery should also assume its social responsibility of education and audience development, Zilberman Gallery organises artist talks, lecture performances, book launches, as well as round table discussions.
Zilberman Gallery also provides the artists with the opportunity to live and work in Berlin through it's new artist-in-residency program.
Concluding each years' exhibition season, Zilberman Gallery curates Young Fresh Different, a group show with a selection of works chosen by an independent jury from applications made to a nationwide open call.
Gallery Weekend Berlin launches its second event of the year with galleries presenting artists whose work is lesser known to the broader public.
The exhibition includes works by Aníbal López and Paz Errázuriz that deal with rape, armed robbery, and assassination.
Ashley Lee Wong and Andrew Crowe, the founders of digital studio MetaObjects, discuss their approach to knowledge sharing and collaborative processes.
The delayed decision left some galleries unsure whether they would take part.
One of the ways we learn to think is by differentiating—a cat from a dog, black from white, humans from chimps, morality from immorality. The Human Body: Measure and Norms, the latest group exhibition at Hong Kong’s Blindspot Gallery, which features works of seven local artists, is French curator Caroline Ha Thuc’s attempt to...
Blindspot Gallery’s new exhibition features works by seven artists who have used very different media to tackle the same issue: how do you use art to break down hardened social norms about the human body? A clinical, detached air runs through the first part of a show that parodies the objectification of bodies. On arrival, visitors are...