Posts Tagged ‘Alejandro Jodorowsky’

Exhibition // Alex Turgeon at KW Institute’s 3 ½ Space


Article by William Kherbek – in Berlin; Monday, Feb. 22, 2016.

The archetypal cowboy is an isolated figure. Rootless, drifting along a kind of endless Euclidean plain into an unreachable sunset, the cowboy, for a certain generation, may have worked on the same ranch as the Existentialists, but his Stetson signified an entirely different worldview than the beret of his philosophical compadres. Alex Turgeon’s…[read on…]

Exhibition // Muscle Memory: Donna Huanca and Przemek Pyszczek at Peres Projects

Blog post by Melissa Pink – in Berlin; Friday, Jul. 17, 2015.

Peres Projects is showing new works by Polish-Canadian artist Przemek Pyszczek and Bolivian-American artist Donna Huanca in the exhibition Muscle Memory. Separate sculptures, paintings and performance stand together almost as one colourful and collaborative installation. As first generation North Americans…[read on…]

Event // Views from Berlin Film Society’s All-night Santa Sangre Event

Berlin Art Link BLOG - Berlin Film Society's Santa Sangre Screening

Blog post by Monica Salazar – in Berlin; Monday, Jul. 22, 2013.

On July 13th, the Berlin Film Society sent us into a sensational, carnivalesque night world flavored with the spirit and diversity of the city’s creative scene. A screening of Alejandro Jodorowsky’s cult circus thriller film, Santa Sangre (1989) set the tone, and was followed by the appearance of a mismatched and colorful troop of circus entertainers…[read on…]

transmediale 2013 (BWPWAP) Events Listing

Blog entry by Natasha Klimenko – in Berlin; Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013

Back when Pluto was a planet, cellphones didn’t fit into your pocket, and the internet was a joke on Seinfeld… How long ago was that? In preparation of the transmediale 2013 and in lieu of seeing the future, we’ve created a go-to guide of the events, screenings, performances, and presentations which stand out for us…[read on…]