The Wait is Worth it: The Rescheduled Exhibition, 2025

The 13th edition of the Berlin Biennale, originally scheduled for 2024, has been postponed to 2025 due to pandemic-related organizational delays and concerns around a “biennial super art year” in 2024. The German Federal Cultural Foundation cited a potential competition for resources as other international biennials were also postponed to 2024 due to the pandemic.

The Berlin Biennale is a contemporary art exhibition that has been held every two to three years since 1998 at various locations in Berlin, Germany. The event explores artistic developments to present the unseen and the unfamiliar against the backdrop of Berlin’s stimulating atmosphere. The curator or curators choose the artists who will participate, and annual themes were introduced after the event became established. The Berlin Biennale serves as a crucial platform for contemporary art, providing artists with an opportunity to showcase their work to a global audience. The Biennale has established itself as an “open space” that experiments, identifies and critically examines the latest trends in the art world. The artistic and curatorial positions articulate cultural issues and trends that are prominent and significant internationally at the respective point in time.

The Berlin Biennale has always been concerned with an interdisciplinary approach in the exhibition of contemporary art aimed at an international audience, yet rooted in Berlin’s physical and cultural landscapes

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