Article by Martha Lochhead // Oct. 23, 2019
The new exhibition at Museum Europaischer Kulturen ‘Fast Fashion, The Dark Sides of Fashion’ is a hard-hitting and thought-provoking blend of…[read on]
May 20, 2018
The curatorial team of SomoS Art House in Berlin is looking for submissions of performative and ephemeral installations to be part of the group exhibition ‘Un_Becoming’, which will take place October 23–28. Project proposals…[read on]
Openings at Spektrum, Photo edition Berlin, HAU—Hebbel am Ufer, me Collectors Room, KW, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Supportico Lopez, Galerie Sandy Brown, Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Zilberman Gallery, Galerie Wedding, Michael Reid Gallery, Michael Fuchs,…[read on]
Article by Lisa Birch in Berlin // Feb. 1, 2017
Esther Schipper is presenting a month long group exhibition throughout January and February titled ‘The Mulberry Forest Becoming Ocean’. It is the gallery’s second group exhibition focusing exclusively on Asian artists…[read on]
Article by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin // Feb. 17, 2015
For this year’s Forum Expanded portion of the 65th Berlinale Film Festival, the Akademie der Künste on Hanseatenweg opened its doors or, rather, closed them to the film installations of 16 contemporary artists with its group exhibition, “To the Sound of the Closing Door”…[read on…]
Tuesday, Oct. 01, 2013 MANZONI SCHÄPER “Sleep Disorders #6” Magazine Launch: Tuesday, Oct. 01; 6:30pm Potsdamer Str. 77 – 87 Haus H (click here for map) SAVVY CONTEMPORARY “Mutant Matters I”- LORENZO SANDOVAL & S.T.I.F.F Presentation and Round Table: Tuesday, Oct. 01, 2013; 7pm Richardstraße 20 (click here for map) DEUTSCHE BANK KUNSTHALLE “Nur ein… Read more »
Blog post by Sarah Gretsch – in Berlin; Monday, March 25, 2012.
Are you an artist living in Berlin for at least 6 months? Would you like to be in a group exhibition with an accompanying catalog? What about a residency in an Italian villa and prize money… even a trophy designed by a famous artist? Yes. This actually exists…[read on…]
Blog entry by Samantha Manton – in Berlin; Saturday, August 20, 2011.
This week I was lucky enough to discover the conceptual work of Romanian artist Ioana Nemes following a visit to the Jiri Svestka Gallery in Schöneberg for their summer show ‘On the Threshold’. Three large wall pieces, each a different colour but each resembling a giant tombstone, dominate the brightest of spaces at the gallery, demanding a somewhat ominous sense of intrigue…