ARTIST STUDIO VISITS

DOUGLAS GORDON

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Video by Berlin Art Link Productions in Berlin // Mar. 22, 2017
Scottish, Berlin-based artist Douglas Gordon gained critical acclaim in the art world with his 1996 Turner Prize win and his piece ’24 Hour Psycho’, a… [read on]


THE INSTRUMENT

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Article by Beatrix Joyce in Berlin // Mar. 06, 2017
Falling outside of the mainstream, Berlin’s performance scene exudes a kind of freedom that opens it to a diverse amalgamation of performers. Among them, working at the borders of contemporary dance…[read on]


HANNE LIPPARD

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Article by Göksu Kunak, photos by Ériver Hijano in Berlin // Feb 28, 2017
Several years ago, Hanne Lippard and I were constantly bumping into each other on the corner of Adalbertstraße and Oranienstraße, close to… [read on]


NASAN TUR

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Article by Rebecca Partridge, Photos by Ériver Hijano in Berlin // Feb. 21, 2017
For those who visited Nasan Tur’s recent solo show at Blain|Southern, ‘Funktionieren’, it would be easy to think that you have already been privy…[read on]


PIERWOSS & SISKA

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Pierwoss & Siska

Article by Rebecca Partridge, Photos by Yishay Garbasz in Berlin // Dec. 19, 2016
Franziska Pierwoss and Siska, two artists working both independently and in collaboration, met in Lebanon in 2007 when German-born Pierwoss visited…[read on]


DELLBRÜGGE & DE MOLL

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Dellbrügge & De Moll

Article by Brit Seaton in Berlin // Dec. 12, 2016
Christiane Dellbrügge and Ralf de Moll invite us into their minimal, office-like Kreuzberg Wohnstudio — a space established for living and working. Finding the balance in these aspects of life…[read on]


ROBERT LAZZARINI

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Article by Lucia Love, Photos by Ruppert Bohle in New York // Dec. 7, 2016
Robert Lazzarini’s Greenpoint studio is scenically located by the banks of the greasy Newtown Creek. In stark contrast to the superfund site, his…[read on]


SUSANNE ROTTENBACHER

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Article by Alison Hugill, Photos by Ériver Hijano in Berlin // Oct. 25, 2016
The scale and placement of German artist Susanne Rottenbacher’s impressive light sculptures varies greatly from project to project, but their construction…[read on]


EUAN WILLIAMS

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Article by Rebecca Partridge, Photos by Conor Clarke in Berlin // Oct. 07, 2016
My invitation to the studio of artist Euan Williams came with strict instructions to bring a pen: “It shouldn’t be a biro, or water resistant, it should be an ink that could…[read on]


JEFF WEBER

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Article by Alison Hugill, Photos by Jeff Weber in Berlin // Sep. 29, 2016
Self-effacing artists are hard to find these days. In the history of photographic theory, critics overzealously claimed for the medium an outward looking gaze that…[read on]


CHIHARU SHIOTA

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Article by Louisa Elderton, Photos by Rob Blake in Berlin // Sep. 15, 2016
I first entered the Prenzlauer Berg studio of Chiharu Shiota one year ago. How quickly a year passes. I took off my shoes at her request: blue or grey slippers? Blue…[read on]


KATIE PATERSON

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Article by Alison Hugill, Photos by Alexander Coggin in Berlin // Aug. 15, 2016
Katie Paterson might be a magician. She has the impressive ability to mobilize high level astronomers, space agencies, biologists, arborists, architects, and…[read on]