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]
We can detect the names of logos more easily than leaves on the ground, and we kill organisms in order to keep others alive. But what does it look like to achieve true symbiosis between earth and…[read on]
After the recent successful TamTam sound installation presented at Berghain this summer, the famous techno club will once again host a collaborative art exhibition, opening during Berlin Art Week on September 9th…[read on]
At the entrance of the exhibition ‘local talent’, presented at Sprüth Magers and curated by artist Thomas Demand, Olafur Eliasson’s orb of colorful, pulsating light ushers visitors into the space,…[read on]
Kunsthalle Rostock, located two hours by train from Berlin, is currently showing Leiko Ikemura’s ‘From East to East’. The exhibition focusses on the influential Japanese-Swiss artist – who has lived in Germany…[read on]
Creamcake is launching its sixth edition of the 3hd festival in 2020. Creamcake serves as a platform for artistic positions dealing with feminism, intersectionality, queerness and decolonization, and artists…[read on]
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