PAINTING

ROBERT LAZZARINI

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Robert Lazzarini

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]


SOL CALERO

Installation View, El Buen Vecino, SALTS, Basel, 2015 Photo by: Gunnar Meier

Article by Arielle Bier, Studio Visit photos by Alexander Coggin in Berlin // Jun. 30, 2015
Sol Calero is a sprightly powerhouse hailing from Caracas, Venezuela. Entering her new, shared studio space in Kreuzberg she greets you with a warm toothy smile and a firm handshake. Calero is an ambitious…[read on]


NICKY BROEKHUYSEN

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit // Nicky Broekhuysen

Article by Alena Sokhan, Photos by Conor Clarke in Berlin // Mar. 20, 2015
Artist Nicky Broekhuysen welcomes us to her neat studio in Moabit, a high ceilinged, concrete room that looks industrial but comfortable, the walls hung with her last series of…[read on…]


FLAVIO DE MARCO

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Flavio de Marco, Italian painter

Article by Alena Sokhan in Berlin // Mar. 03, 2015
Classical music is playing in the background as Italian painter Flavio de Marco begins with a digression on the art of martini making. De Marco’s ground floor studio is spacious but full of all the necessary things:…[read on]


AA BRONSON

AA Bronson

Article by Linus Ignatius; Photos by Ériver Hijano in Berlin // Jan. 21, 2015
AA Bronson is a little like the art world’s Father Time. With a long white beard to underscore his twinkling eyes and a body of…[read on]


PRZEMEK PYSZCZEK

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit, Art Work by Przemek Pyszczek; courtesy of the artist

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…]


NIR HOD

Berlin Art Link studio Visit with Nir Hod

Article by Lucia Love, Photos by Nicole Motta in Berlin // Apr. 14, 2014
On Nir Hod’s block you can still get a feeling for some aspects of old Manhattan, and the inside of his studio is no different. Barely visible in…[read on…]


KADAR BROCK

Berlin Art Link studio Visit with Kadar Brock

Article by Lucia Love, Studio Visit photos by Jen Trahan – in Berlin; Friday, Jan. 17, 2014.

Within Brock’s studio the trappings of an intensive painting process are immediately evident. Plaster, enamel, spray paint on a wheeled cart, sanders, industrial primers and pens of every sort are grouped amongst buckets of scrapped paintings and collected dust…[read on…]

WINSTON CHMIELINSKI

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Winston Chmielinski

Article by Alison Hugill, Studio Visit photos by Stephanie Third – in Berlin; Monday, Dec. 23, 2013.

Winston Chmielinski’s Neukölln studio space is impeccably organized. Cheeky remarks about the artist’s type-A tendencies lead to a confession: he just moved in yesterday…[read on…]

STEFAN KAMINSKI

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Stefan Kaminski

Article by Melissa Steckbauer, Studio Visit photos by Stephanie Third – in Berlin; Thursday, Nov. 28, 2013.

Seated in his studio in Mitte, the shy but generous Kaminski speaks to me about his work. While I listen I survey. The room is a smattering of emotional fixtures and patterned surfaces: the black and white dog on the sofa, the ailing wickerwork…[read on…]

KATHARINA FENGLER

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Katharina Fengler

Article by Sarah Gretsch, Studio Visit photos by Conor Clark – in Berlin; Monday, Oct. 07, 2013.

A ten-minute walk from S-Bahn station Pankow-Heinersdorf, behind rows of quaint German houses with front gardens, I find the studio of Katharina Fengler in a place that feels nothing like Berlin…[read on…]

CATHERINE LORENT

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Catherine Lorent

Article by Alena Sokhan, Studio Visit photos by Chloé Richard – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jul. 16, 2013.

Sitting in Catherine Lorent’s Berlin studio in Wedding beside two grand pianos, a stack of Schubert scores on the bench (Schubert is important, she tells us), Lorent starts explaining Thrash Metal…[read on…]