Photography

Heba Y. Amin

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by Faye Campbell // Dec. 20, 2019
Heba Y. Amin is a creator, but also a recycler, reaching into the depths of history to extract snippets—images and moments—and repurposing them…[read on]

Eva & Adele

by Michelle Standley // Apr. 27, 2018
The future arrived in a taxi. ‘Eva & Adele.’ Always written with the ampersand uniting the two names. Ambassadors from another world, the self-declared…[read on]

Tobias Zielony

by Nina Prader // Apr. 4, 2018
“Is this really your studio?” is a curious question that comes to mind when visiting photographer Tobias Zielony’s physical studio space, which…[read on]

Klara Hobza

by Jack Radley // Feb. 9, 2018
“No credible scientists would ever build anything like this because it would ruin their careers,” boasts Klara Hobza, smirking at the artistic endeavor standing before her,…[read on]

Olaf Breuning

by BAL Productions // Jan. 9, 2018
Swiss artist Olaf Breuning spent 16 years developing his practice in New York City before moving Upstate to find a measure of solitude in his work environment. Functioning…[read on]

Lisa Holzer

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by Katharine Doyle // Sept. 12, 2017
“I used to cry a lot at parties.” I came across this statement on the press release for Lisa Holzer’s exhibition first solo exhibition ‘I come in you – The Party Sequel…[read on]

Douglas Gordon

by Berlin Art Link Productions // Mar. 22, 2017
Scottish, Berlin-based artist Douglas Gordon gained critical acclaim in the art world with his 1996 Turner Prize win and his piece ’24 Hour Psycho’, a rear-projected…[read on]

Euan Williams

by Rebecca Partridge // Oct. 7, 2016
My invitation to the studio of artist Euan Williams came with strict instructions to bring a pen: “It shouldn’t be a biro, or water resistant, it should be an ink that could…[read on]

Jeff Weber

by Alison Hugill // Sept. 29, 2016
Self-effacing artists are hard to find these days. In the history of photographic theory, critics overzealously claimed for the medium an outward looking gaze that…[read on]

AA Bronson

by Linus Ignatius // Jan. 21, 2015
AA Bronson is a little like the art world’s Father Time. With a long white beard to underscore his twinkling eyes and a body of work that continually invokes the presence…[read on]

Daniel Gustav Cramer

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Daniel Gustav Cramer
by Henry Andersen // Nov. 6, 2014
Arriving at the Friedrichshain studio of Daniel Gustav Cramer, I did not bring any zoom recorder or other microphone, only a pencil and small writing pad. Cramer…[read on]

Julian Charrière

Berlin Art Link Studio Visits, Art Work by Julian Charrière and Julius von Bismarck; courtesy of the artists
by AJ Kiyoizumi // July 22, 2014
In the massive yet packed studio space that Julian Charrière shares with his friends and former classmates, Charrière has his own desk, on which sits…[read on]