Posts Tagged ‘Alison Hugill’

Artist Book // ‘Patient’ by Hannes Gruber

Berlin Art Link Book 'Patient' by Hannes Gruber

Article by Jess Harrison in Berlin // Mar. 21, 2018
During an artist-in-residency programme at the Nida Art Colony in Lithuania, Hannes Gruber, compelled by loneliness and boredom, began illustrating hospital beds in watercolour. He managed to capture the obscure beauty,[read on]


OPEN CALL // Hardbakka 2016: Memento Mori

Article by Dorrell Merritt in Berlin; Tuesday, Mar. 8, 2016
The Hardbakka Ruins project is an annual site specific art workshop, focusing on architectural ruins of military, industrial and agricultural structures within Bergen, Norway. The project, is now…[read on]


Susanna Hertrich

by Alison Hugill // Nov. 24, 2015
Susanna Hertrich’s artistic practice occupies a privileged position as both interpreter and active participant in the otherwise largely…[read on]

Exhibition // Sensory Overload: Moholy-Nagy at Bauhaus-Archiv

Article by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014.

The latest retrospective at the Bauhaus-Archiv in Berlin is a fully immersive experience: a curatorial feat rarely realized in big institutions, but absolutely crucial to the nature of this exhibition. The show is a survey of Hungarian, Bauhaus heavyweight László Moholy-Nagy’s early preoccupation with a full sensorial education…[read on…]

Exhibition // Brent Wadden’s Pit Pony at Peres Projects

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Blog post by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014.

But for all this patriotic association, Wadden’s pieces are equally connected to a tradition of textile-making rooted in European modernist practices and abstract geometrical painting. His handwoven works on canvas seem to follow closely the tradition of many of the female pioneers of the Bauhaus …[read on…]