Article by Jeni Fulton in Berlin // Apr. 29, 2012
Charlottenburg beckoned with one of three of Cerith Wyn Evans exhibitions at Galerie Daniel Buchholz – the other two are at the Schinkel Pavillion and at Galerie Neu’s Mehringdamm location. Entitled Derive,…[read on]
Blog post by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Saturday, Apr. 28, 2012.
A strong line-up for this year’s gallery weekend has implications for one’s sanity, footwear, and visual deciphering abilities (you know, when a piece stops being a piece by an artist, but starts blending into an underlying noise, so that all that is registered is “painting” or “neon” or “large-scale installation with a guillotine”). Actually, speaking of neon, there is rather a lot of it around at GW. Jonas Burgert, Andreas Golder, [read on…]
Blog post and photos by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Thursday, Apr. 26, 2012.
Miami’s Charest-Weinberg Gallery is currently host to ‘Eclipse’, an exhibition by Berlin-based artist Hannes Bend. In 1972, the Broward Artificial Reef Inc. Company (BARINC) began dumping car tires off the coast of Fort Lauderdale, in the hopes that they would foster marine life through the introduction of a manmade reef. Comprised of close to 2,000,000 tires today [read on…]
Blog post and photos by Anna Smith – in Berlin; Wednesday, Apr. 25, 2012.
Paintings, Objects and Installations from twelve artists. Space as habitat, space as experience and space as a notion.
Blog post by Marie-Louise Crona – in Berlin; Sunday, Apr. 22, 2012.
On the 25th of April Momentum Berlin will launch their new public video art space called ”Sky Screen”. From from 10pm – 4am every night the space on Rosenthaler Platz will become a public art space, encouraging people to shift their view of the popular intersection and “look up”.
Blog post by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Friday, Apr. 20, 2012.
Franziska Holstein has a thing for the seventies. Her large-scale diptych vibrates with geometric lozenge-like forms in that decade’s favourite semi-tone colours: washed-out blues, dirty greys, pinks and oranges.
Blog post by Elizabeth Delfs – in Berlin; Thursday, Apr. 19, 2012.
Sur la Montagne (SlaM) presents a series of exhibitions by North American artists for their new Artist-in-Residency Program Auberge sur la Montagne. A total of 9 artists will participate in this unique program which allows them to live, produce and exhibit their work at SlaM on Torstrasse. The series is curated by artist Drew Simpson, who is the newest member of the SlaM Collective. [read on…]
Blog post by Anna Smith – in Berlin; Thursday, Apr. 12, 2012.
Three artists, three different approaches to contemporary art, and several media are currently exhibited at Galerie Open in an exhibition titled “Details”.
Blog post by Marie-Louise Crona – in Berlin; Thursday, Apr. 12, 2012.
Ambra Pittoni and Paul-Flavien Enriquez-Sarano together make up the artist duo Ze Coeupel, a collaboration that started out as an investigation of questions regarding culture.
Blog post and photos by Anna Smith – in Berlin; Tuesday, April 3, 2012.
Upon entering the gallery one is confronted with a collection of what appear to be scrappy materials, elements and techniques, only to realize after a while that “Azione meccanica” is exactly that: a collection of elements.
Blog post Florence Reidenbach – in Berlin; Monday, April 2, 2012.
Berlin-Island is an art residency program for Sardinian artists in Berlin. The project was developed by the Sardisches Kulturzentrum in Berlin, and by the artist and curator, Giovanni Casu, in collaboration with the curator Giusy Sanna, and the residency program, Culturia.
Blog post and photos by Anna Smith – in Berlin; Wednesday, Mar. 28, 2012.
Peres Projects currently presents a collection of Dorothy IANNONE’s works that spans over four decades. The American artist (born in 1933) has lived in Berlin since the mid 70s.
The small collection of paintings and collages, some of which interact with video as well as audio elements, explore male-female sexual practices and invite us to imagine the relationships and the stories behind them. [read on…]