Article by Jessica Wallen; Studio Visit Photographs by Matthew Veloz – in Berlin; Monday, May 6, 2013.
is a master of balance. His work oscillates gently between what is genuine and what is false, imagined or real. Inside his bright New York studio…[read on...]
Article by Natasha Klimenko; Studio Visit Photographs by Conor Clarke – in Berlin; Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013.
Tucked away on an unsuspecting street in Wedding sit the front windows of what appears to be a shop in disuse. Behind their half closed blinds lies a small working space…[read on...]
Article by Adela Yawitz; Studio Visit Photographs by Rian Davidson – in Berlin; Saturday, Dec. 22, 2012.
Marisa Mandler’s studio is at the end of a sinister block: past soviet housing complexes, the DDR’s Nazi archives, and right before the Stasi prison museum complex…[read on...]
Article by Nicole Rodriguez; Studio Visit Photographs by Anthony Georgis – in Berlin; Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012
Ralf Ziervogel’s apartment, which curiously doubles as his studio though absent of nearly all traces, is awash with blinding early Saturday afternoon sunlight. Sheer curtains gently beat against the sliding kitchen window, which slightly ajar, hikes up its skirt to the nearly vacant Strausberger Platz below….[read on...]
Article by Elizabeth Feder; Studio Visit Photographs by Elizabeth Skadden – in Berlin; Tuesday, August 7, 2012.
When exploring Kandis Williams; studio, one is struck by the incongruous balance between the pensive quality of her collages, drawings, and prints, and the dynamic range of projects she has undertaken for the coming months. But what ties Williams’s projects together is her confrontation of questions of identity, place, race, and use of the human body.
Article by Jessyca Hutchens; Studio Visit Photographs by Violeta Leiva in Berlin; Monday, Nov. 28, 2011.
Anja’s studio is a place of work, a minimal and dedicated space. The room is dominated by two large-format pencil works, still being meticulously worked upon, as well as the tools of her trade, a table filled with carefully arranged pencils in the order of the spectrum.
Article by Katy Diamond Hamer; Sunday, October 16, 2011.
Federico Maddalozzo is an Italian artist who has lived in Berlin for four years, beyond a year long stint 2010 in New York as part of the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP). He makes art that is environmental and subtlety documents a sense of place.
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Article by Jessyca Hutchens – in Berlin; Monday, October 3, 2011.
In the backyard of a Kreuzberg apartment block, Mira O’Briens studio-room is perched atop an exterior staircase. Large windows overlook a cheerful courtyard filled with the sounds of the neighbouring kita, letting in the sunlight and provide the prefect scenario for an artist who deals in reflections and refractions. Inside the studio, alongside large watercolours on paper, a number of precarious shards of glass lean against the walls.
“Based-In-Berlin” Studio Visit by Jessyca Hutchens- in Berlin; Friday, May 27, 2011.
The traditional office environment seems the antithesis to the artist studio. In order to promote maximum efficiency it attempts to homogenize its members, suppressing those creative impulses that lay outside of the corporate agenda.
“Based-In-Berlin” Studio Visit by Jessyca Hutchens – in Berlin, April 15, 2011.
John von Bergen is a US born artist who has been based in Berlin for the last eight years. His studio, a large space in Wedding, is a true working space – John works primarily with sculpture and installation, and his material experiments, works-in-progress, and many completed works are installed around the walls. [read on...]
“On-The-Road” Studio Visit by Ester Ippolito – in Vancouver, March 8, 2011.
As a musician, visual artist, and writer Noah Becker’s works cover an array of mediums. Based in Canada, the founder and editor-in-chief of Whitehot Magazine began as a musician and quickly transitioned into the visual arts. Most recently, his paintings of free-floating planets’ have begun to attract attention. Each piece depicts an individual cosmos referencing history, fantasy, and the artist’s own reality, all contained within a spherical [read on...]
“On-The-Road” Studio Visit by Ester Ippolito & Monica Salazar – in New York, February 28, 2011.
Contradictions, humour and questions around knowledge permeate Romeo Alaeff’s series work, especially those created since 2005. An artist based in New York, Romeo has a colorful family history (explicitly explored in his There’s No Place Like You
series) that has no doubt informed his preoccupations with emotion, memory and knowledge. An obsession with [read on...]
“On-The-Road” Studio Visit by Ester Ippolito & Monica Salazar – in New York, January 18, 2011.
Jose Lerma’s work relies on a compendium of mediums, references, and elements that combine his personal history and his extensive academic accolades to his awareness of social history. The artist originally migrated from Spain to Puerto Rico and now lives between Chicago and Brooklyn, and has multiple degrees in law and art. It is his ability to combine and [read on...]
“Based-In-Berlin” Studio Visit by Monica Salazar – in Berlin, December 19, 2010.
Xan Medina’s artistic training began in rock music, which – as characterized by Dan Graham in the 1980’s, was already a religion of rebellion and protest. From rock music and also from the graphic nature of comics, Medina gradually introduced himself into the world of drawing and painting. As such, his painting follows an expressionist tradition, for his aesthetic [read on...]
“Based-In-Berlin” Studio Visit by Monica Salazar – in Berlin, November 28, 2010.
Egill Sæbjörnsson is an Icelandic “experiential artist” who has lived in Berlin for 12 years. After studying Fine Art at the University of Paris-St.Denis (1995) and the Icelandic College of Arts and Crafts (1997), he began composing music and singing. A lot like much of his artwork came to be in coming years, his compositions were sweet and many times humorous, often ironic [read on...]
“Based-In-Berlin” Studio Visit by Monica Salazar & Anna Russ – in Berlin, October 28, 2010.
John Kleckner, a U.S-born artist, has lived and worked in Berlin for the last two years. In his work, Kleckner creates a mix of intricately detailed and abstract drawings using ink and watercolor. He has also recently begun producing collages in which he combines drawings and cut-out details from the pages of art history, comic and horror genre books, resulting in the ironic [read on...]