Gallery Weekend returns at the end of this month, with 46 galleries hosting some of the year’s biggest openings. Here are our top seven picks.
1 British artist Becky Beasley presents her graceful photography and sculpture alongside a new floor work in Depressive Alcoholic Mother at Galeria Plan B.
2 Known for his surreal performances, Berlin-based Julius von Bismarck converts Gallery Alexander Levy into one enormous treadmill.
3 At Esther Schipper, don’t miss an overview of Canadian artist AA Bronson’s 50-year career, including work from his time as a founding member of the pioneering General Idea collective plus later solo works.
4 Andreas Greiner – the Olafur Eliasson protégé who made a dinosaursized skeleton of a chicken for the Berlinische Galerie in 2016 – presents a narrative sound installation for his first solo show at Dittrich & Schlechtriem.
5 Abstract painter and original YBA Fiona Rae presents a series of new paintings with titles referring to fairy tale characters at Buchmann Galerie.
6 At Galerie Max Hetzler, German photographer Thomas Struth displays portraits of dead animals taken at Berlin’s Leibniz Institute for Zoological and Wildlife Research.
7 American artist Kara Walker, best known for her epic black paper-cut silhouette scenes, premieres a new video work at Sprüth Magers.