Article by Ernela Vukaj // July 25, 2019
Jeong Hwa Min is a South Korean illustrator and painter living and working in Gerswalde, Germany. Her work focuses on studying and experimenting with light and shape, and her upcoming…[read on]
Article by Sofia Bergmann // Nov. 16, 2018
The current exhibition ‘So ist das bei uns’ at Neukölln’s Galerie im Körnerpark is photojournalistic in approach, providing viewers access to a foreign world without exoticizing the subjects…[read on]
Blog post by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jun. 23, 2015.
is taking over Berlin next week with its international festival of urban tours. This year’s theme is titled Re-Placing the Periphery
and will explore the notion of a city’s “center” and its “periphery”…[read on…]
Article by Nora Kovacs in Berlin // Jun. 15, 2015
48 Stunden Neukölln is back with Berlin’s largest festival of the arts this month from June 26–28. This year’s theme is ‘S.O.S. – Art saves the world’, not only…[read on…]
Blog post by Joel Huggins & photos by Stephanie Third – in Berlin; Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013.
The Good-Bye Neukölln / Hello Lichtenberg
exhibition was not only an opportunity to view a collection of works by a number of artists, including new work from Agathe Alberti Bock
, Linards Kulless
, and Archie Fitzgerald
among others, but it was also a fond farewell to the space itself…[read on…]
Blog post by Andrea Ongaro – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jun 11, 2013.
The Here is the festival made to be open to everybody. The original mission was to include everyone who considered himself an artist or a citizen of Neukölln and to represent every possible art form, from theatre to music to exhibitions. This year though, for the first time…[read on…]
Blog entry by Florence Reidenbach – in Berlin; Sunday, August 21, 2011.
Polish artist Weronika Trojanska is taking part in the group show Breaking Point, curated by Überflug Berlin at Engels Café in Neukölln…Through these works Trojanska explores the origins of crisis and of wars- at how fantasy, utopia, and certain ideals can lead to horror, or, to borrow her own words “create a monster”.
Interview by Corinna Kirsch // May 30, 2011
Curator and writer Corinna Kirsch sat down with one of Berlin’s busiest and most intriguing dance and performance artists, Helga Wretman — also Germany’s tiniest stunt-double. The two discussed technology,…[read on]
By Danielle Griffin // Mar. 12, 2011
Don’t forget to check out the StreetLab street art festival in Krezberg and Neukölln this weekend! The festivities started yesterday, but most of the major events are on today and tomorrow so it’s not too late…[read on]
ZIRKUMFLEX “BotoxCloud” – by SAQ Opening reception with the artist: Saturday, January 28; 7 pm Exhibition on view: January 28 to February 26, 2011; daily 2 – 7 pm “BotoxCloud” is Zirkumflex’s fifth exhibition in Berlin and will be organized in partnership with Chromolux® and Zumtobel on the occasion of the first edition of DAS… Read more »
Jan. 10, 2011
Art Clinic is a monthly exchange platform for emerging and professional visual artists of all mediums. It is a space where artists can present their work in an informal setting, which hopes to…[read on]
Article by Clare Ros in Berlin // Dec. 10, 2010
Jane Hughes constructs powerfully evocative compositions that layer photography, sculpture, video, and installation to re-present cultural and historic imprints left behind in derelict, abandoned…[read on]