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Virtual Event: LIVE ART AUCTION still connected

Weserhalle has curated a selection of 32 local artists from 26 countries all based in Berlin to auction their works online


Weserhalle presents its 5th auction with the open theme; still connected.

Event Title: LIVE ART AUCTION still connected

Private viewing: from May 8.

Online Bidding: from May 15 to 22 at


Weserhalle has curated a selection of 32 local artists from 26 countries all based in Berlin to auction their works online at From May 8th, the artworks will also be accessible for viewing at the gallery by booking private appointments through the same webpage.

The online bidding will open on the 15th May, closing on the 22nd at 6pm.

In order to maximise context, Weserhalle will create supporting content about each artwork included in the auction, sharing this on the artworks webpage and social media channels.

This is a fundraiser: when submitting an entry to the auction, the artist had the opportunity to choose the percentage of the final sales for donation to the gallery. Weserhalle will use these funds to ensure its ongoing programme. 


Selected Artists:

Alexander Norton

Anton Steenbock

Arthur Laidlaw

Azar Pajuhandeh

Ben Glas

Bilge Emir

Dagmar Schürrer

Diana Pacelli

Felix Bachmann

Franz Böhlke

Gosia Jagiello

Guiselt Thaiz

Hola Mono 

Ivana de Vivanco

Jasmine Bakalarz

Joanna Chwiłkowska

Johanna Dumet

Jose Romussi

Katharina Sophie Reinsbach

Lena Marie Emrich

Ludwig Schult

Maria Olivares Alfaro

Marie Celeste Lawrence

Michael Emerson & Sian Ford

Monika Gabriela Dorniak

Nils Köpfer

Octavio Garabello

Roberto Rivadeneira

Sanna Laaban

Selma Lindgren

Stephan Dybus

Susann Zielinski


Weserhalle is a space for art, sustainable engagement & active discourse, nestled within the Neukölln neighbourhood. Weserhalle produces, hosts and collaborates on a range of formats such as exhibitions, lectures, performances, screenings & working groups. We invite collectors to experience this new format and support our local art community.

Weserhalle is located in one of Berlin’s fastest gentrifying neighbourhoods. Long-established residents and businesses are at threat of being priced out of the area; as a young cultural space we understand our own complicity in this process. We regard it as our duty to remain conscious of our position within the neighbourhood, to ensure accessibility and to actively engage with the community. Through our programming, we aim to foster an exchange between neighbours, cultural producers and our audience. In order to root ourselves locally and give back to the community, we focus on local artists and aim to establish active forms of exchange with the neighbourhood, through formats of hospitality and (skill-)sharing.

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