Interview by Elizabeth Feder – in Berlin; Tuesday, June 28, 2011.
We started by rummaging. There were boxes of bubble-wrapped paintings, binders thick with inspirational images, photographs and fragments, and two new canvases with beginnings applied in charcoal and paint secured to two opposite walls. I met artist, thinker, eager-laugher, Melissa Steckbauer in her Prenzlauer Berg studio…[read on…]
Saturday, June 25, 2011 Article by Katharina Galla. What do off-spaces have to do with the debate on whether Berlin needs a Kunsthalle? A lot. In Berlin, the non-commercial, non-publicly funded exhibition spaces for art, are plentiful and constitute an important part of the art scene. Due to the lack of a central hub for… Read more »
Article by Despina Stokou – in Berlin; Thursday, June 23, 2011.
Article by Monica Salazar in Berlin // June 22, 2011
The Venice Biennale is the Disney World for artists, curators, and collectors. It’s a place where people journey to wander bewilderedly through the maze of the city, get caught in tourist traps, and anxiously wait in long lines— all to see the “spectacular shows.” The art never ends in Venice, it’s merely an impossible undertaking to view it all and becomes a social competition to visit as many museums, galleries, and palazzos as possible…[read on…]