Studio Visits

Peles Empire

two artists stand in their studio space, next to shelves full of materials, both dressed in black
by Aoife Donnellan // Apr. 6, 2021
Peles Empire’s work thrives off the dialogue between place, historical interpretation, and materiality. The pair—Barbara Wolff and Katharina Stöver—are an artist group…[read on]

Melanie Jame Wolf

a person with short, sleek orange-colored hair stands in front of a circular stage light, wearing a black lounge suit and white shirt, she looks into the camera
by Alison Hugill // Feb. 2, 2021
Since July last year, Australia-born, Berlin-based artist Melanie Jame Wolf has been a resident at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Kreuzberg. The expansive, high-ceilinged studios…[read on]

Rafaella Braga

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by Intissare Aamri // Dec. 18, 2020
On a cloudy December day, I arrive at Rafaella Braga’s studio, located in a quiet street in Treptow. The walls of Braga’s space are brimming with large-scale canvases, the ceiling is dotted by pendulous stars and winged creatures…[read on]

Hanna Frenzel

Hanna Frenzel, with brown hair, laughs
by Noëlle BuAbbud // Dec. 1, 2020
I arrive at Hanna Frenzel’s home studio in Charlottenburg on an overcast November afternoon. The neighborhood she has lived in since the 80s has undergone major…[read on]

Stephanie Comilang

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Stephanie Comilang
by Elizabeth Schippers // July 31, 2020
“I want to create art so younger versions of myself can see that it’s possible,” Stephanie Comilang says when we visit her Neukölln studio…[read on]

Inger Blix Kvammen

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by Dagmara Genda // June 16, 2020
On the last day of April there is still a meter of snow on the ground, unusual even for Kirkenes, a small town on the…[read on]

Kari Steihaug

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by Hannah Carroll Harris // May 08, 2020
Kari Steihaug’s studio can be found in a large, old brick building on an island five minutes by ferry from Oslo’s busy city centre, and is a place of creative refuge for local artists…[read on]

Tomás Saraceno

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by MONA // Jan. 31, 2020
Argentinian artist Tomás Saraceno’s Berlin studio is a space for experimentation and testing out intricate ideas. His working process is interdisciplinary, Saraceno uses…[read on]

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]

Jonas Burgert

berlinartlink Studio Visit: Jonas Burgert
by Mary Alexander // Sept. 4, 2019
Although Jonas Burgert’s work is not firmly identified with a particular culture or time, the genesis of his painted stages, the creation of his enigmatic figures…[read on]

Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo

by Emily McDermott // June 28, 2019
It’s hotter inside than outside at this time of year, especially in artist Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo’s sunny third-floor Kreuzberg studio. Floating through the window from…[read on]

Jesse Darling

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by Emily Watlington // May 14, 2019
A piano with some of its panels removed and innards exposed sits in Jesse Darling’s Berlin studio. It’s a broken piano they got for free,…[read on]