Posts Tagged ‘Kunst’

Truth // Alvaro Urbano’s ‘Altbau’ at ChertLüdde

Article by Nat Marcus in Berlin // Jan. 16, 2018
Beg I first attended ‘Altbau’, an installation by Alvaro Urbano currently on view at ChertLüdde, because of a violet hue in a photo selected for the vernissage’s Facebook event. The work could’ve been a print or a painting,[read on]


BLINK // Javier Ramirex

Blog post by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014.

Javier Ramirex is a Colombian-born artist who lives and works in Berlin. As the title of his latest exhibition at Alejandro Gallery in Barcelona suggests: Ramirex focuses on the confluence of light and sound in his vibrant works…[read on…]

BLINK // Matthew Tammaro

Blog post by Erin Reznick – in Berlin; Monday, Aug. 25, 2014.

Matthew Tammaro’s photography holds a delicate balance between observation and fantasy. His portfolio of work displays his clear affinity for nature and the female subject…[read on…]

Perfomance // Crossover Projekt at Ufer Studios

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Blog post by Linus Ignatius – in Berlin; Wednesday, Apr. 30, 2014.

I am at Ufer Studios for the Crossover Projekt, a dance series curated by Isabel Gotzkowsky. Her mission is to pair young dancers in search of experience with eminent choreographers from all over Europe…[read on…]

Interview // Nezaket Ekici: (After) Love at Last Sight

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Article by Anna Wallace-Thompson – in London; Tuesday, Apr. 01, 2014.

A recent retrospective of the Berlin-based performance artist in London marked 13 years of performative practice by Nezaket Ekici, including a three-day live performance and installation at Pi Artworks…[read on…]

PHOTO BLOG // A “One Night Stand” at KW

PHOTO BLOG // One Night Stand at KW

Blog post by Emelie Flood – in Berlin; Friday, Feb. 20, 2014.

The first evening of the One Night Stand series took place at KW Institute for Contemporary Art last Thursday. The project space NOTE ON presented Crampographies, a combination of performance and video art which reflected the potentiality of the cramp as a collective-singular collapse from a feminist and post-identitarian perspective…[read on…]