Blog entry by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Wednesday, Sep. 14, 2011.
Blog entry by Samantha Manton; Photography by Jules Webster – in Berlin; Monday, September 12, 2011.
For the last four days, we at Berlin Art Link have had the great pleasure of mingling amongst 61 exhibitors from 15 nations in the fantastically huge, historic space of Hangar 2 at Tempelhof Airport, soaking up the fervent atmosphere of ‘the emerging art fair’ Preview Berlin.
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Blog entry by Samantha Manton – in Berlin; Monday, September 05, 2011.
This week, art-lovers of Berlin will be welcoming the beginning of a very busy autumn and coming out en-mass for some fantastic fairs and events that are offered as part of opening week of Berlin’s 2011 Kunstherbst.
Blog entry by Florence Reidenbach – in Berlin; Sunday, September 4, 2011.
Heit, a new “hidden” exhibition space, opened last Sunday in the basement of a residential building on Eichendorffstraße. Their first show Auch wir waren in Arkadien (We were also in Arcadia) is a photography show exhibiting the work of four young Berlin artists.
Sept. 02, 2011
A new artist collective is seeking like-minded participants. And amidst the very many artist-manifestations this city seems eager to support, the name does spark some intrigue…[read on]
Blog entry by Florence Reidenbach – in Berlin;Wednesday, August 31, 2011.
As part of his fellowship at the International Research Center « Interweaving Performance Cultures » at the Freie Universität Berlin, live-artist Nikhil Chopra is currently researching and performing in his Berlin studio; a former shop in Wedding.
Aug. 30, 2011
Grimmuseum is once again teaming up with Tupajumi Foundation to organize the second FITAX1500 in Berlin, offering an alternative way of wheeling and dealing art during the artfair week…[read on]
Blog entry and Photos by Amee Lê – in Berlin; Wednesday, August 24, 2011.
In bringing international artists from various backgrounds and countries together, the Künstlerhaus Bethanien continues to encourage an ongoing dialogue between contemporary art and the public with its first-rate exhibitions.
Blog entry by Florence Reidenbach – in Berlin; Sunday, August 21, 2011.
Polish artist Weronika Trojanska is taking part in the group show Breaking Point, curated by Überflug Berlin at Engels Café in Neukölln…Through these works Trojanska explores the origins of crisis and of wars- at how fantasy, utopia, and certain ideals can lead to horror, or, to borrow her own words “create a monster”.
Blog entry by Samantha Manton – in Berlin; Saturday, August 20, 2011.
This week I was lucky enough to discover the conceptual work of Romanian artist Ioana Nemes following a visit to the Jiri Svestka Gallery in Schöneberg for their summer show ‘On the Threshold’. Three large wall pieces, each a different colour but each resembling a giant tombstone, dominate the brightest of spaces at the gallery, demanding a somewhat ominous sense of intrigue…
Blog entry by Amee Lê – in Berlin; Friday, Aug. 19, 2011.
Blog entry by Florence Reidenbach – in Berlin; Wednesday, August 17, 2011.
From the pavement of the Ku’damm you can view through the French Institute’s façade-spanning windows the paintings of Miss.Tic, hanging unusually on the gallery’s interior walls. One of the rare women on the street art scene, it is somehow bizarre to view her work inside a gallery space.