Marcin Liminowicz is a multidisciplinary artist from Warsaw, PL. Mainly working with photography, video and publishing. His practices focuses on how physical space reveals itself in its socio-political consequences. Marcin has studied in Film School in Lodz, Poland. At the moment he is also a student at The Institute Of Creative Photography in Opava, Czech Republic and resident at FABRICA Communication Research Centre in Treviso, Italy. This September Marcin Liminowicz released a self-published photography book “No Shoes in the House” on inhabiting in post-war Berlin.
At its 14th edition, Gallery Weekend turned the German capital into an art fest. Across Berlin, during the three-day event, officially 47 galleries, museums, and private collections opened their doors to the public. In parallel, new exhibition spaces were celebrating their inauguration, while private and public events, dinners, and parties would fill the agenda.
A large number of exhibition openings take place in galleries and art institutions, and in parallel the two main art fairs, Art Berlin and Positions, open their doors to the public. Words by Maria Nitulescu