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London based Kristin Hjellegjerde to open new gallery in Berlin

Kristin Hjellegjerde is opening a new new gallery space in Berlin, located on Linienstraße 130 in Mitte. The gallery will open with a two-artist exhibition on the 26th of April 2018 and will also mark the Gallery’s 6th year anniversary.

London based Kristin Hjellegjerde to opens new gallery in Berlin

Coinciding with Berlin Gallery Weekend the inaugural exhibition will present paintings by Norwegian Martine Poppe and video sculptures by British James Alec Hardy.

“I have been working towards opening a second place for over two years”

says founder Kristin Hjellegjerde.

“Berlin felt like a natural extension of our main space in London, reflecting the diversity and international activities of our artists and collectors alike. I am thrilled to begin promoting our artists in this exciting new environment, as well as to access and discover emerging and established talent in Berlin, which is such a thriving, cutting-edge arts destination in itself.”

INAUGURAL EXHIBITION OPENING Gallery Weekend Berlin Thursday the 26th of April 18:00 – 21:00
Presenting Martine Poppe & James Alec Hardy



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