Art Consulting Berlin
"Art does not reproduce what is visible. It allows for things to become visible," according to Paul Klee.
In a city like Berlin with over 350 galleries and 20,000 artists, you can discover newcomers as well as follow up on the development of established artists – from selected gallery and studio visits to the process of buying artworks. The range and variety in this area have never been greater. Miriam and her team are looking forward to advising you in art consulting setting up and extending your collection, which will increase in cultural as well as economic value over time. It is possible that artists who have so far only been known to a few insiders can suddenly exhibit at major museums.
OUR SERVICE: ART CONSULTING IN BERLIN
As an art historian and curator, Miriam Bers is qualified and eager to guide your exploration of the international contemporary Berlin art scene. Miriam has followed the advancement of established artists and watched the growth of young artists for more than 20 years.
On the basis of her first hand knowledge of the contemporary art world and of the many contacts she has established over the years, Miriam functions as an advisor in art consultanting helping art enthusiasts, current and future collectors to connect with gallery owners and artists.
As your consultant, she pays close attention to the type of art that appeals to your imagination and, if applicable, to your investment strategy, helping you to establish or extend your art collection. Studio and gallery visits will be planned with your tastes in mind.
Her intention is to guide you artistically as well as financially. Artists have so far only been known to a few insiders can suddenly exhibit at major museums. Works by Anselm Reyle, Neo Rauch, or Luc Tuymans – whose work Miriam has followed over the years – have become extremely valuable in a short time.
Miriam launched GoArt! in 2006 with the vision of making art experiencable. Before founding the agency, Miriam has worked as gallery manager in Berlin for many years, curated numerous exhibitions in and out of Berlin, and was a freelance art journalist. She also served as a curator to international artist programs / art institutions such as ZKM Karlsruhe, Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, or Allianz Kulturstiftung in Berlin. Working with curators such as Peter Weibel or Christoph Tannert, Catherine David and Rudolf Frieling, Miriam arranged contemporary art shows. She worked with the now acclaimed artists Robin Rhode, Chiharu Shiota, Maja Bajevic, Mircea Kantor, or Marc Bijl.
Miriam has been recommended as a guide specializing in the works of established and aspiring artists by The New York Times, The National Geographic, Michelin, Baedecker, and Vogue and occasionally publishes expert articles in renowned magazines such as Home and Domus.