Interview by Katharina Galla – in Berlin; Tuesday, July 26, 2011.
Article by Cara Cotner – in Berlin; Tuesday, July 19, 2011.
Interview by Zefrey Throwell – in Berlin, July 11, 2011.
Article by Jeni Fulton, photo by Susann Zielinski and Tim Adler // July 12, 2011
In May the Artforum fair finally announced that it was closing its doors. The traditional art fair had failed in the fickle Berlin art market. Berlin Art Link asked the makers of Preview Berlin, the fair for emerging art, what this means…[read on]
Article by Elvia Pyburn-Wilk // July 4, 2011
The supposed panoramic viewpoint of the Venice Biennale attempts to simultaneously transcend nationalism and promote diversity. In this all-encompassing wash, it’s hard to find a focal point for any kind…[read on]
By Corinna Kirsch
Here’s a lie: The misfortune of the present is that it will become the future’s past. The artworks selected for this exhibition disprove that the past is a miserable precursor to the present, simultaneously mixing past and present technologies…[read on]
Interview by Elizabeth Feder // June 28, 2011
We started by rummaging. There were boxes of bubble-wrapped paintings, binders thick with inspirational images, photographs and fragments, and two new canvases…[read on]
Article by Katharina Galla // June 25, 2011
What do off-spaces have to do with the debate on whether Berlin needs a Kunsthalle? A lot. In Berlin, the non-commercial, non-publicly funded exhibition spaces for art, are plentiful…[read on]
Article by Despina Stokou // June 23, 2011
…about 54th Venice Biennale, Tracey Emin’s Show in Hayward Gallery London, and the Based In Berlin show…[read on]
Article by Monica Salazar // June 22, 2011
The Venice Biennale is the Disney World for artists, curators, and collectors. It’s a place where people journey to wander bewilderedly through the maze of the city, get caught in tourist traps, and anxiously wait in…[read on]
By Marta Jecu // June 02, 2011
I think that the German Pavilion of the 54th Venice Biennial is incorporating the gap between on one hand representativity and identity (signifiers that are meant to express the unchangeability of a certain…[read on]
Article by Jessyca Hutchens // June 10, 2011
On Tuesday night, the much anticipated Based in Berlin show finally opened at Monbijourpark. The show presents 80 emerging contemporary artists across 5 venues and a nearly two-month long programme…[read on]