I went last week to the Tomás Saraceno exhibition; Cloud Cities, at the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum für Gegenwart.
It is brilliant and I recommend any one who is in Berlin to see it before it closes on the 15th of January next year. I loved the way that the geometric, albeit fluid shapes interact with the incredible space that is the main hall; still clearly visible as it’s former use housing for the main train platforms.
You can also go inside two of the larger structures and in these you can really grasp that feeling of weightless utopia that is the main theme behind this work.
There is also lots and lots of other amazing exhibitions on at the same time, the programme for the Hamburger Bahnhof seems to be enormous and I spent five hours or so in there, not seeing all of it.
Another favourite of mine was Architektonika; a collection of work shown from many different artists, all of which have some connection or relationship to architecture.
I was thrilled to see work there by Gordon Matta-Clark who is one of my absolute favourites.
Go go go!