URBAN ART: The Hatch Sticker Museum Opens Again

Blog Entry by Henna Räsänen – in Berlin; Sunday, May 15, 2011.

After finding our way to an unmarked inner yard of Brunnenstrasse 196, we made our way through a relaxed skater crowd to find an impressive collection of sticker art. Framed and exhibited were pieces from notorious street artists such as Obey and Prost, side by side with commercial stickers and anonymous artwork.

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NYMPHIUS PROJEKTE: Wasted German Youth

wasted german youth

Blog Entry by SP Williams – in Berlin; Saturday, May 14, 2011.

For those who still believe that WASTED GERMAN YOUTH is more of an art project than a tshirt label have the chance to prove themself even maybe right by checking out the 2006 WE CAME TO FUCK piece from paul snowden at the group show with Philippe Decrauzat and Olivier Mosset at Nymphius Projekte.

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BUY, TWEET, OR BURN: The Best and Worst of the Berlin Art Scene

kitty Kraus

Blog Entry by Corinna Kirsch– in Berlin; Wednesday, May 11, 2011.

Kraus takes banal and inanimate objects, then recombines and alters them in a way to imbue them with emotion and a resemblance to living things. For her “ice lamp,” she sealed a light bulb with silicone and then stuck it inside a cube of icy water and ink, causing the lamp to slowly wither and melt away. Regarding this work, Kraus has said: “When you see the lamp, there is something extremely sad about it.”

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MICA MOCA: Grand Opening


Blog Entry by SP Williams – in Berlin; Tuesday, May 9, 2011.

This huge space, self-dubbed ‘the experimental culture generator’, holds much potential for future creative collaborators right in the heart of Wedding. Creatives of all kinds are encouraged to contact Mica Moca with ideas for future events.

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TIM NOBLE & SUE WEBSTER: Turning the 7th Corner

Article by Jeni Fulton in Berlin // May 9, 2011
The visitor winds her way through the tight corridors in near darkness, twisting and turning to reach the centre. Corners loom unexpectedly, the floor rises and dips. The artists want to put the viewer in a calm, meditative mind-state, to better…[read more…]