The Weekly Event Guide

Kim Ann Foxman

What does this week have to offer? Many things as usual, concerts, art events, designer sales, parties and film screenings. Have a look at our selection after the jump.

Wednesday, Nov. 23

NADJA and [sic] live at Marie-Antoinette, Bogen 47, Holzmarktstr. 15-18, starting at 21h.

Mindpirates is presenting the documentary film night Action In Asia about social problems in Eastern Asian countries with a talk right after the screening. Schlesische Strasse 38, Haus F (3rd Hinterhof), starts at 19h.

Berlin-based band MIT playing a DJ set at Shade at Flamingo, Kleine Präsidentenstrasse at Monbijoupark. Starts at 23h.

Thursday, Nov. 24

See the work of 66 young artists from art schools from all over Germany in this unique big art show Kunstschau by JungArt at Alte Münze, Am Molkenmarkt 2. The exhibition is open daily from 14h until Saturday and is accompanies by several workshops, talks, performances, concerts and events. See the program here.

Friday, Nov. 25

It’s time for the third and final Mort à la Différence at Chez Jackie. Live performances by Maria Minerva, aMINUS and Kaleid and DJs Pretra Flurry, Joey Hansom and Kool Thing. Starts at 23h, An der Schillingbrücke.

Saturday, Nov. 26

The sixth Voodoo Market is taking place at Chez Jackie from 11-19h. They’ll bring us once again designer clothes, vintage pearls, food, fun and whatnut. An der Schillingbrücke.

Young artist Osca-Fabian Jentsch is opening his solo show Empathie Berlin 2011 with paintings and drawings at Galerie im Kunsthof, Oranienburger Straße 27. Vernissage starts at 20h. After party at Soho House with Sandra Amarie live (this girl has some serious talent, just saw her at Mindpirates last week) starting at 22:30h, public also for non-members, Torstr. 1.

The DJ sets of Kim Ann Foxman (Hercules & Love Affair) in NYC are legendary I hear. Now she is gracing us with one of them here in Berlin at Flamingo, this Saturday. Kleine Präsidentenstrasse at Monbijoupark. Doors at 21h.

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Frank is the founder and editor-in-chief of iHeartBerlin. He takes photos, makes videos, and writes texts mostly about what's going on in Berlin. His vision and interests have shaped iHeartBerlin since its conception back in 2007 - and he hopes to continue bringing you the best of Berlin for many years to come.