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The Anthropocene Series // After Year Zero, Geographies of Collaboration Since 1945

Article by Jazmina Figueroa – in Berlin; Friday, Oct. 04, 2013.

The current exhibition, After Year Zero – Geographies of Collaboration Since 1945, at Haus der Kulturen der Welt consists of a collection of footage, texts, and collected information based on global decolonisation with universal themes relating to post colonialism after the second world war. The artists’ pieces within the exhibition work as a collaborative response…[read on…]

Exhibition // Nicky Broekhuysen’s Potency Filled Things

Nicky Broekhuysen - "Rock Painting Sites (1)" (2013), pigment print on Hahnemüle Museum Etching Paper, 111 x 137,4 cm; photo courtesy of Dittrich & Schlechtriem

Article by Sarah Gretch – in Berlin; Wednesday, July 10, 2013.

In a world of hierarchies and borders, art is a way of reeling in, containing this chaos, placing symbols in objects of sensual and ideological power. As a universality of forms, art integrates perspectives in exposing, studying, and perhaps explaining this peculiar state of things…[read on…]

THE WEEK, April 15 – 21, 2013

Jens Hanke - "o.T. (No two minds think alike)"

Jens Hanke – “o.T. (No two minds think alike)”; Galerie Hunchentoot Wednesday, Apr. 17, 2013 REH KUNST “I kill you before I leave” – CLAUS LARSEN Exhibition: Apr. 18 – 28, 2013 Opening Reception: Wednesday, Apr. 17, 2013; 6pm Kopenhagener Straße 17 (click here for map)
 Thursday, Apr. 18, 2013 BERLIN FILM SOCIETY “The house… Read more »


Nick Cave Heard NY

Blog post by Liberation Iannillo – in New York; Wednesday, Mar. 27, 2013.

For HEARD•NY artist Nick Cave created 30 life-sized horses that will be on display in Vanderbilt Hall, that is, when they are not roaming around Grand Central and the Main Concourse…[read on…]

New Kids of the Block

Article by Andrea Ongaro – in Berlin; Tuesday, Mar. 26, 2013.

TANAS is a space for contemporary Turkish art, that present itself as a connecting platform between artists and an international audience. Collaborating with Turkish cultural actors, TANAS follows and presents the rapid development in the Turkish cultural scene of the last two decades. This is…[read on…]


Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Kandis Williams

Article by Elizabeth Feder, Photos by Elizabeth Skadden in Berlin // Aug. 07, 2012
When exploring Kandis Williams; studio, one is struck by the incongruous balance between the pensive…[read on]

Open Call: Art Dubai’s 2013 Residencies

Magdi Mostafa (2012 A.I.R. Dubai Resident Artist) - "The Sound Element" (2012), Installation, Bastakiya

Blog post by Anna Purcell – in Berlin; Sunday, July 29, 2012.

Art Dubai, Delfina Foundation, Dubai Culture & Arts Authority, and Tashkeel collaborate to organize Artists-in-Residence (A.i.R) Dubai, an annual residency programme which supplies artists and curators with the opportunity to be based in Dubai before and during Art Dubai and Art Week every March.
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Thomas Bayrle, photo: Jeni Fulton

Article and photos by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jun. 12, 2012.

With Carloyn Christov-Bakargiev’s slew of statements regarding the emancipation of strawberries and the need to divest ourselves of our anthropocentric perspective in the run-up to documenta (13), one was left wondering what her actual concept would be. Upon entering the main building, the Fridericianum, the answer was there: very little…[read on…]

Die Grosse Weltausstellung: ‘The World is Not Fair’

raumlaborberlin: “Die Grosse Weltausstellung: The World Is Not Fair”, pavilion in progress

Article by Alison Hugill, video production by Dan Dorocic and Alison Hugill in Berlin; Saturday, May 19, 2012.

Amid debates over future uses for the soon-defunct Tegel airport, and on the eve of the 2012 London Summer Olympics, architectural collective raumlaborberlin and three-theatre ensemble Hebbel am Ufer (HAU) have joined forces to critically reinterpret the meaning of the traditional World Fair…[read on…]

Experimentation and Improvisation. A Discussion with Max Ray

Max Ray

Interview by Daniel Thomas Berg, Photos by Chloé Richard – in Berlin; Thursday, August 25, 2011.

The COT Theater is an improvisation performance collective founded in London by director and former art critic Max Ray and visual artist/physical performer Satu Suomela. Their shows revolve around improvisation and an interdisciplinary approach…[read on…]