Bidding Guide.
Book Visit.

We are delighted to present our final auction of the year, with the primary goal of raising funds for Berlin based artists and to ensure our ongoing programme. The works are available to view at Weserhalle via bookings, with the auction taking place entirely online. Sign up here to be notified of the next auction.

Guest Curators

All particapting artists are based in Berlin and have been selected from 600 entries to our recent open call. The work was selected by a panel of guest curators; Johanna Dumet, Andy Kassier and Christine Schmelter. French Painter Johanna Dumet (*1991) has exhibited at KEWENIG GALERIE, HVW8, and most recently at Weserhalle, marking her first solo show of 2020. Conceptual artist Andy Kassier (*1989) lives and works in Berlin. His work includes installations, performances, photography, videos, sculptures and painting. Christine Schmelter (*1990) studied Art History in Vienna and Berlin and is currently managing Edition König with a focus on fine art prints and multiples.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I make a bid?
1. Select the artwork you’d like to bid on.
2. Enter your bid (e.g €150).
3. You’ll be asked to Login/Register.
4. Follow the prompts.
5. That’s it—Happy bidding!
Can other people see my username in the bidding records?
No! Your username is hidden from other people. Only you can see it.
Do I need to enter my bank details?
No. We only require payment details if you win an item.
Can I visit exhibition?
Yes! You can make an appointment here. All visitors are required to wear a mask inside the gallery and maintain a distance of 1.5 meters.
What happens if I win
If you win, you will be notified by email and prompted to make a payment. Once we’ve received this, the artwork will be available for collection or delivery.
Does the delivery cost extra?
Yes. The cost is in addition to the price of the artwork, and will vary depending on your location and the size of the work. Collection is also possible!
If I win, can I have the artwork in time for Christmas?
Yes! From December 15th, 8pm, once the payment is made, the artwork will be available for collection. If you are unable to collect the artwork, we can arrange for a delivery. If you live outside of Europe, to be on the safe side, we can provide a certificate to download and print in case the work arrives after Christmas.
Does the work come framed?
Yes. All works on paper come framed, as pictured.
What about VAT/tax?
We charge no VAT because our gallery falls into the small business category (Kleinunternehmer nach § 19 UST), which is quite nice.
Oh no, I still have questions!
No problem! Get in touch here.