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Following our comprehensive guide to this year’s Berlin Gallery Weekend, we present a recap of this past weekend’s most popular exhibitions. Beginning in Mitte, we checked out Katja Novitskova’s latest post-Internet work at Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler Gallery before moving on to Sprüth Magers where an entire wing was dedicated to Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s iconic Hustlers series.

Afterwards, we stopped by CFA Gallery, located directly across Berlin’s famous Museum Island, to take in “Maximalism” featuring the work of Borden Capalino, Sachin Kaeley, Rosy Keyser, Sam Moyer and Kaari Upson. Located one floor above, Christian Rosa’s solo presentation “Love’s Gonna Save the Day” left a lasting impression on us. Later on, we headed to Johann König to see Michael Sailstorfer’s Antiherbst in full before checking out Coming II by Jessica Jackson Hutchins.

Of course much more was seen throughout and with most shows running for at least a few more weeks, we recommend checking out a few more exhibitions.

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