July 26, 2018
Here we present a video featuring scenes from the exhibition “Welt ohne Außen. Immersive Spaces since the 1960s” and interviews with curator Thomas Oberender, workshop co-curater Isabel Lewis and artist…[read on]
Article by Samuel Staples // July 10, 2018
What does it truly mean to immerse oneself? This is one of the many questions explored in the exhibition ‘Welt ohne Aussen. Immersive Spaces since the 1960s’ currently on view at Gropius Bau…[read on]
Openings & Events at Spike Berlin, Blain|Southern, SAVVY Contemporary, Galerija Gregor Podnar, me Collectors Room Berlin, Dittrich & Schlechtriem, Galerie Rolando Anselmi, Volksbühne Berlin, Karma Ltd. Extended, Kwadrat, Schlachthaus. Fresh & Fine Art & Momentum,…[read on]
Interview by Göksu Kunak – in Berlin; Thursday, Aug. 06, 2015.
Sleek surfaces, pastel colors, minimal forms and abstract ideas; small head ventilators, watermelons, kitsch waterfall posters. A vibraphone played by a classical musician wearing old-school roller skates transforming into a performer with white sneakers sampling 90s hip hop live in another space…[read on…]
Tuesday, Jul. 21, 2015 IMAGE MOVEMENT Moves#91: Starlite I-V – FRANCES SCHOLZ, MARK VON SCHLEGELL Screening: Tuesday, Jul. 21; 8:30pm Oranienburger Straße 18 (click here for map) GALERIE KORNFELD “Queertopia. It Takes A Village” – GROUP SHOW Event: Tuesday, Jul. 21; 7pm Fasanenstraße 26 (click here for map) KLEINE HUMBOLDT GALERIE “ENTER the real world”… Read more »
Article by Rebecca Partridge // July 15, 2015
Entering the Martin-Gropius-Bau on a sweltering July morning, two lone hunched figures sit in the middle of the vast atrium. At first imperceptible from the normal rumblings of a large building, a voice emerges,…[read on]
Tuesday, Jun. 23, 2015 HAUS DER KULTUREN DER WELT “Les Rencontres Internationales – New Cinema and Contemporary Art” Exhibition: Jun. 23 – 28, 2015 Opening: Tuesday, Jun. 23; 8pm John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10 (click here for map) EMBASSY OF MEXICO, BERLIN “Hidden” – BEATRIZ MORALES Exhibition: Jun. 1 – 25, 2015 Finissage: Tuesday, Jun. 23; 7pm Klingelhöferstrasse… Read more »
Blog post by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Thursday, Jun. 18, 2015.
Much of our social interactions are lost in the hustle and bustle of everyday life. We see, hear, speak, bump into, and pass one another more times than we can count, but these moments often go unnoticed in the grand scheme of things. British-German artist Tino Sehgal
takes these moments, de-contextualizes and manipulates them, and reveals something quite profound in the process…[read on…]
Article by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Tuesday, May 26, 2015.
has been urging the people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo to “Enjoy Poverty” for quite a while now. The project title itself is inflammatory – how can anyone enjoy
poverty? – but the ideas and intentions behind it have been clearly thought through, and it is precisely this paradox that has given the Dutch artist his fame…[read on…]
Tuesday, Apr. 28, 2015 IMAGE MOVEMENT Moves#86 – REDMOND ENTWISTLE, TATIA SHABURISHVILI Screenings, Talk: Tuesday, Apr. 28; 8:30pm Wilsnacker Straße 60 (click here for map) KINDERHOOK & CARACAS “Dark Monologue” – DAFNA MAIMON Performance: Tuesday, Apr. 28; 8pm Kreuzbergstraße 42e (click here for map) Wednesday, Apr. 29, 2015 GALERIE SANDRA BÜRGEL QUIRIN BÄUMLER Exhibition: Apr.… Read more »
Article by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jul. 01, 2014.
It’s difficult to think of something to say about Art Basel
that hasn’t been said before. It’s the behemoth of all art fairs; collectors flock worldwide to purchase artworks in the seven and eight-figure range; it’s where art-market players go to be seen (and if they are truly important, only seen by other VIPS at the preview days). Oh yes, there is also plenty of art too…[read on…]
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…]