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Marcela E. Torres Reconfigures Power and Structure

Berlin Art Link interview with Marcella Torres

Article by Celia Wickham // July 6, 2018
Marcela E. Torres is a Chicago-based artist and educator originating from Salt Lake City, Utah, and a recent graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Having been brought up within the Mormon faith[read on]


Rethinking Masculinity at Galerie im Turm

Berlin Art Link review of 'Mighty Good Men' at Galerie im Turm

Article by Ilyn Wong // June 20, 2018
In their exhibition ‘Mighty Good Men,’ the artists Andrew J Burford and Constantin Hartenstein critique masculinity as fractured and troublesome, yet always inescapably hegemonic[read on]


Lynn Hershman Leeson’s Impersonal Politics

Berlin Art Link review of Lynn Hershman Leeson's 'First Person Plural', KW Institute for Contemporary Art

Article by William Kherbek // June 14, 2018
The phrase “the personal is political” is familiar, even cliché, and it is clear enough that in an age in which personal civil liberties are being eroded by repressive governments, where historically oppressed groups[read on]


Philippe Parreno’s Evolutionary Experiment

Berlin Art Link Video Philippe Parreno at Gropius Bau

Video by BAL Productions // Jun. 11, 2018
Philippe Parreno is perhaps best known for his evolving artworks. No exhibition ends the way it began, and his current show at Gropius Bau in Berlin is no different. Part of the Berliner Festspiele’s Immersion program,[read on]


The Possibilities of ‘Floating Utopias’

Berlin Art Link review of 'Floating Utopias' at nGbK

Article by Lucile Bouvard // Jun. 9, 2018
A large-scale helium balloon in the shape of a stylized rock floats over Oranienplatz in Berlin. On its top stands a small inflatable building. Below it, on the sidewalk, a group of performers[read on]


Marinella Senatore’s Worldwide Community

Berlin Art Link interview with Marinella Seantore

Article by Berlin Art Link // May 31, 2018
“I see my role as an activator, an instigator, a facilitator of processes, often focused on emancipation and engagement,” Italian artist Marinella Senatore tells Berlin Art Link. The Italian artist, based between Paris and[read on]