Blog Entry by Monica Salazar – in Berlin; Thursday, March 17, 2011.
“We want to evaluate the direct and interconnected relationship between the artwork and the space, to transcend its physical borders by engaging with the city outside” they explain. Through experimental performances, research and exhibitions, Leap is a new and promising hybrid space for Berlin’s electronic art and performance scene.”
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Blog Entry by SP Williams – in Berlin; Wednesday, March 16, 2011.
During the first Gulf War, Ahmed Alsoudani fled to Syria before claiming asylum in America. Through his paintings and drawings he approaches the subject of war through aesthetics. Citing great artists of the past such as Goya and George Grosz whose work has become the lasting consciousness of the atrocities of the 19th and 20th centuries, Alsoudani’s inspiration…
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Blog Entry by Adam Roche – in Berlin; Tuesday, March 15, 2011.
Examines the theme of love through the lenses of gender, probably as established and enforced since the 1979 islamic revolution in Iran. In her two- channel video work, Fervor, 2000, Neshat seems not only to highlight the frustration and helplessness of Iranian women in this paridigm, but also to demonstrate how the negative view of love within the revolutionary culture affects the natural human feelings. [view all images…]
Blog Entry by SP Williams – in Berlin; Monday, March 14, 2011.
“Chloe Piene touches the dimension of myth through a fascinated contemplation of the relationship between man and animal, or the existential questioning of the points where eroticism and apprehension of death meet.”
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Blog Entry by Anna Russ in Berlin // Sunday, March 13, 2011
Inspired by Alexander McQueen’s “Butterfly hat” (presented in 2007 for his spring collection), Tom Schmelzer created a darker version, called…[view all images…]
Blog Entry by Danielle Griffin – in Berlin; Saturday, March 12, 2011.
Don’t forget to check out the StreetLab street art festival in Krezberg and Neukölln this weekend! The festivities started yesterday, but most of the major events are on today and tomorrow so it’s not too late.
Article by Clare Ros in Berlin // March 11, 2011
With the sun shining over Berlin this last week, the season’s hottest fashion trends have started to appear. Inspired by Frida Kahlo, photographer Antje Taiga Jandrig has captured Berlin-based actress, Eva Maria May in an homage to the passionate, vibrant…[view all images…]
Blog Entry by Monica Salazar – in Berlin; Monday, March 7, 2011.
This past Saturday, two new neighboring gallery spaces with a shared address opened their doors in Berlin-Mitte, Croy Nielson and BQ-Berlin. At BQ, a solo exhibition by photographer, Carina Brandes was introduced, while at Croy Nielsen, a group exhibition of the gallery’s artists was on display. This was the inaugural show for BQ at their new Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz location after having organized exhibitions at changing, temporary venues [read on…]
Blog Entry by Anna Russ – in Berlin; Sunday, March 6, 2011.
A Solo Show by ABSALON
Exhibition: Nov. 27, 2010 – Mar. 06, 2011
Auguststraße 69 (click here for map)
Interview by Danielle Griffin in Berlin // March 5, 2011
Saskia Hahn has made her mark playing guitar in Peaches’ band Sweet Machine, but she always knew she had a passion for visual arts as well as music. In an upcoming exhibition in New York titled ‘Outlaw Art,’ she will have the chance to…[read on…]
Blog Entry by Clare Ros – in Berlin; Friday, March 4, 2011.
Dear Gallery – A note from Despina Stokou
please don’t fuck up my chances of success by failing to promote me (my work) properly.
Be bold dear Gallery, be open minded, be generous, be fair!
Be tolerant with me, be understanding, be helpful!
Blog Entry by Clare Ros – in Berlin; Sunday, February 13, 2011.
Berlin Art Link – Event 01 – February 9, 2011.
“An Island” Screening with Efterklang!
Kim Bar, Berlin (Mitte)
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