Article by Alison Hugill, Photos by Ériver Hijano in Berlin // May 25, 2016
The geometrical shapes and subdued colours of Katja Strunz’s works are aesthetically consonant with her high-ceilinged, brightly lit studio…[read on]
Article by Alison Hugill, Studio Visit photos by Alexander Coggin in Berlin // Dec. 3, 2015
Nearing the close of our visit to Tomás Saraceno’s studio in Rummelsburg, he offered an apt metaphor that summed up the working environment…[read on]
Article by Alison Hugill, Photos by Alexander Coggin in Berlin // Sep. 7, 2015
You’ve likely passed the unusual building on Brunnenstraße, clad with multi-coloured polycarbonate and emitting an opaque…[read on]
Article by Alena Sokhan, Studio Visit photos by Conor Clarke in Berlin // Sep. 17, 2014
With their name reminiscent of a merchant firm from the beginning of the industrial age, Awst&Walther refers to the very much contemporary husband and wife team Manon Awst and Benjamin Walther, …[read on]
Article by Lucia Love, Studio Visit photos by Nicole Motta in New York City // August 14, 2014
Artist studios in the city are as diverse as the neighborhoods that they crop up in. Always shifting through industrial blocks – anonymous areas where you might have trouble finding a Chase bank – artists suss out the…[read on]
Article by Alison Hugill, Studio Visit photos by Claudia D’Alò – in Berlin; Wednesday, July 9, 2014.
Eyal Burstein points nonchalantly to the four corners of his Kreuzberg hinterhof studio space and labels them for me: “these are my prototypes, this is where I photograph the works, this is the tax section, and this is where I chill out”…[read on…]
Article by AJ Kiyoizumi, Photos by Claudia D’Alò in Berlin // Jun. 03, 2014
In his recent channels of work, Przemek Pyszczek has painted with concrete and ripped apart playgrounds. As hardcore…[read on…]
Article by Alison Hugill, Photos by Dan Dorocic in Berlin // May 20, 2014
It’s challenging to arrange a studio visit with a collective of architects (ranging from 8-10 active members), all working on different…[read on…]
Article by Jazmina Figueroa, Studio Visit photos by Stephanie Third – in Berlin; Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013.
At the Plastique Fantastique
office, I was first struck by the atmosphere: a low-lit corridor with a few disco balls and model airplanes hanging from the ceiling, transforming the small hallway into a laid-back and playful discotheque…[read on…]
Article by Elizabeth Feder, Studio Visit photos by Elizabeth Skadden – in Berlin; Saturday, Jun. 2, 2012.
Walking into Something Fantastic’s studio space is like stumbling on a mad-scientist’s architectural laboratory. The studio is small, but the intimacy works for this three-person architecture collective: close quarters allow for the diversity…[read on…]
Article by Elizabeth Feder, Studio Visit photos by Violeta Leiva – Monday, Jan. 09, 2012.
When first walking into June 14’s studio
, there is a dynamic spatial condition that one must negotiate. The most prominent figure in the main space is the library, a term I use loosely…[read on…]