He and his work could be mistaken for Jean-Michel Basquiat but Álvaro Guilherme is no impersonator. Rather, he is creating the Art Brut of today, and he calls it New Brutalism. In Guilherme’s conception,…[read on]
Flames, silver cutlery and humming bees, the drifting hand is the silent narrator but also the protagonist. This fragmentary film is immersed in the idea of transformation of matter by establishing intuitive…[read on]
In an age of visual noise driven by the rapid circulation of images, and the constant influx of (mis)information on global catastrophes, the German/Russian photographer Nanna Heitmann creates photographs…[read on]
The galleries are open. The usual suspects are milling about outside them on the pavements and in the hofs. Berlin Gallery Weekend has arrived in the age of Covid-19 and, at first glance, so many things…[read on]
The exhibition ‘Territorial Agency: Oceans in Transformation’, curated by Daniela Zyman, is a fusion of science, culture and art, aiming to raise awareness about the urgent issues the ocean is facing as a result…[read on]
The ninth edition of Berlin Art week, beginning next week, will showcase the best that Berlin’s creative scene has to offer, from project spaces to museums to commercial galleries. From September 8–13th,…[read on]
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