FEBRUARY 1 – 6, 2011 transmediale.11 www.transmediale.de transmediale presents and pursues the advancement of artistic positions reflecting on the socio-cultural, political and creative impact of new technologies, network practices and digital innovation. As a festival aiming to define the contours of contemporary digital culture, it seeks out artistic practices that not only respond to scientific… Read more »
Berlin Art Link is proud to announce a special evening screening of: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2011 7:00 pm – Bar opens 8:00 pm – Film Screening 9:30 pm – Special DJ set by Rasmus & Casper of Efterklang **We recommend early arrival to guarantee a seat. Admission is free. KIM bar Brunnenstraße 10, Berlin (Click… Read more »
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 26, 2011 GRIMMUSEUM “Whistle Minotaure 06” Opening Reception: Thursday, Jan. 13, 7-11 pm Fichtestr. 2 (click here for map) THURSDAY, JAN. 27, 2011 GALERIE OPEN “Pull the plug” – ANNESLEY BLACK, SOPHIE NARR Exhibition: Jan. 27 – 28, 2011 Opening Reception: Thursday, Jan. 27, 7-9 pm Legiendamm 18-20 (click here for map) THE… Read more »
The 28th Long Night of the Museums wil be this Saturday, January 29th, from 6pm to 2am. Tickets are available on www.museumsportal-berlin.de and in every participating museum. Tickets price is 15 Euros, which includes shuttle bus transportation between the museums. More than 70 museums will be featured in the Long Night of Museums, including: AKADEMIE… Read more »
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2011 KUNST WERKE KW69 #3: “Kalte Gesellschaft von Judith Hopf” – GROUPSHOW Exhibition: Jan. 20 – Feb. 20, 2011 Opening Reception: Wednesday, Jan. 19 Auguststraße 69 (click here for map) THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 2011 POOL GALLERY Soloshow – HARF ZIMMERMANN Exhibition: Jan. 20 – March 05, 2011 Opening Reception: Thursday, Jan. 20… Read more »
January 22, 2011 Studio Lukas Feireiss “Blowin’ Up The Spot # 2: Three The Hard Way” starring: Haas & Hahn (Favela Painting), Jeroen Kramer (City Dust), Boris Tellegen (Delta) Opening: 7:00 pm with Dj LeBob (Beatevolution), Schau Fenster. Schauraum für Kunst Lobeckstrasse 30-35 10969 Berlin (U8 Moritzplatz) (Click here for map) The group-exhibition is the… Read more »
THURSDAY JANUARY, 27 6:00 – 9:00 pm featuring: Florencia Almirón, James Gregory Atkinson, Christine Cheung, and Are You Meaning Company Curated by Kate Hers and Thomas Arnold The exhibition, The Arranged Marriage, is an artistic dialogue between four emerging Berlin based artists at smartloft apartments & art in Mitte. Artists are paired up to create… Read more »
DIGITAL ART + SOUND WEEKEND 70 VENUES IN BERLIN JANUARY 28 – 30, 2011 On the weekend prior to the festivals, from 28 – 30 January 2011, transmediale, club transmediale (CTM), Create Berlin and a multitude of Berlin partners together invite you to the inaugural Digital Art & Sound (DAS) Weekend. At DAS Weekend 2011,… Read more »
ZIRKUMFLEX “BotoxCloud” – by SAQ Opening reception with the artist: Saturday, January 28; 7 pm Exhibition on view: January 28 to February 26, 2011; daily 2 – 7 pm “BotoxCloud” is Zirkumflex’s fifth exhibition in Berlin and will be organized in partnership with Chromolux® and Zumtobel on the occasion of the first edition of DAS… Read more »
BERLIN FASHION WEEK: JANUARY 18 – 23, 2011 Esther Perbandt Show: January 21, 2011; 6:00pm at the Nhow Hotel Esther Perbandt’s new show is a collaboration with the Italian painter and artist, Marco Pho Grassi. Berlin-based DJane duo “Sick Girls” will compose the music for the show. Showroom: You can see and order the collection… Read more »
After two successful editions, in which Berlin-Paris has become an international gallery weekend fixture in everyone’s art diaries, the event kicks off in January 2011 for the third time. Once again, the joint weekends will feature several high-quality new participating galleries.
The seventh Series of Extension presents two young artists, the German Sylvia Rimat and the Dutch Nina Boas, whose pieces of work play humorously with theatrical illusions and the use of fine narrative mechanisms of interaction with the audience.
Despite these similarities, both artists present different performance styles and subject approaches. Sylvia uses mostly speech and written text in order to evoke imaginated actions, situations, objects and spaces, questioning the theatrical conventions of the stage. Nina creates a parallel wonderland full of surprises and naive representations of the daily life, using live drawings and video projections.