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Brody Condon, the Invisible Director

Article by Penny Rafferty // Aug. 8, 2018
Brody Condon’s work seeps into your soul. Using psychological and physical apparatuses the Berlin-based artist moulds the viewer into the work, and the work into the viewer[read on]


Cesare Pietroiusti and the Ghost of Life

Berlin Art Link interview with Cesare Pietroiusti

Article by Penny Rafferty // July 26, 2018
Cesare Pietroiusti has spent years crafting his unique practice, taking it from the psychotherapist’s office into the white cube. Using glitched adage material over matter, Pietroiusti is best known[read on]


Rethinking Masculinity at Galerie im Turm

Berlin Art Link review of 'Mighty Good Men' at Galerie im Turm

Article by Ilyn Wong // June 20, 2018
In their exhibition ‘Mighty Good Men,’ the artists Andrew J Burford and Constantin Hartenstein critique masculinity as fractured and troublesome, yet always inescapably hegemonic[read on]


Lynn Hershman Leeson’s Impersonal Politics

Berlin Art Link review of Lynn Hershman Leeson's 'First Person Plural', KW Institute for Contemporary Art

Article by William Kherbek // June 14, 2018
The phrase “the personal is political” is familiar, even cliché, and it is clear enough that in an age in which personal civil liberties are being eroded by repressive governments, where historically oppressed groups[read on]