Berlin What? A Book on 102 Contemporary Artists in Berlin

Berlin-Art-Link-BerlinWhat_Cover Berlin What? Cover; photo courtesy of the publisher

Uwe Neu and Oliver Thoben, curators of Neonchocolate Gallery in Berlin, have published a book offering a personal snapshot of artists that they feel characterize the Berlin art scene. The compilation, Berlin What?, shows the work of both established and up-and-coming contemporary artists based in Berlin.

Since opening their gallery in 2010, the curators have collaborated with over 250 artists in Berlin and their intimate knowledge of the art community led to the idea of creating a book. Organized by medium, the book invites art connoisseurs and amateur enthusiasts alike to delve deeper into the wealth of artistic practice flowing through Berlin.

The book Berlin What? is currently being presented at international book fairs worldwide by the publisher Die Neue Sachlichkeit.

Berlin-Art-Link-BW_07 Herr Müller – “His whereabouts never were an issue, only the souvenirs!” (2010), 215 x 287cm, Paper and tape collage; page 140/141 view courtesy of the publisher

Berlin-Art-Link-BW_04MYMO – “MYMOs MONSTER TREE” (2009), 250 x 130cm, assemblage sculpture; page 100/101 view courtesy of the publisher

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For more information check out the BERLIN WHAT? website

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Blog entry by Alison Hugill in Berlin; Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013.


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