Posts Tagged ‘Angela Connor’

BLINK // Peter Daverington

Blog post by Angela Connor – in Berlin; Wednesday, Apr. 17, 2013.

There are not many Australian artists who can claim to be as dexterous as Peter Daverington. Daverington is a unique presence, mastering the painter’s palette and techniques, as well as being an accomplished Ney Flute player with acclaimed performances in the Great Pyramids of Egypt…[read on…]

Art Monaco ’13

Keith Haring - 'Untitled (Oh! Calcutta, People Ladder), 1981, Original chalk subway drawing (paper mounted on canvas), 40 x 37 inches

Blog post by Angela Connor – in Berlin; Saturday, Apr. 13, 2013.

In its fourth year, Art Monaco is back! From April 25 – 28, 2013 Art Monaco will be presenting contemporary art from 65 invited galleries from 25 different countries at the Grimaldi Forum in Monte-Carlo, Monaco…[read on…]

‘System und Sinnlichkeit’ at Kupferstichkabinett

by Angela Connor // Apr. 2, 2013
‘System und Sinnlichkeit,’ the contemporary drawing show at Kupferstichkabinett, features eighty works by ten artists. The majority of the works are non-figurative with unifying themes of grids, cell structures, chaos, models for imagined worlds and the material as subject…[read on…]

Look out digital media, PRINT IS NOT DEAD

Blog post by Angela Connor – in Berlin; Friday, Mar. 22, 2013.

For many artists, Gestalten is the holy grail of graphic design and publishing. Setting trends for the latest typography, layouts, concepts and book design, the publishing house garners champions in international print innovation and visual culture…[read on…]

Ernesto Neto: lust, life and nature

Ernesto Neto - "caring time" (2013), 30 mm corten steel, 2 ceramic pots with plants (Nephrolepis Green Lady and Vrisea arden) 130 x 98 x 163 cm

Article by Angela Connor – in Berlin; Wednesday, Mar. 20, 2013.

With a playful oeuvre of phallic forms, abstract shapes and womb-like structures, Neto has earned his reputation as a hedonistic artist who encourages the spectator to take pleasure in life, lust and nature…[read on…]

Before Cindy Sherman came Gertrud Arndt

Blog post by Angela Connor – in Berlin; Monday, Mar. 11, 2013.

While the Bauhaus school has been known by many as a men’s club – think Walter Gropius, Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky and László Moholy-Nagy, recently the Bauhaus Archiv/Museum of Design has been highlighting key women from the school with their series Female Bauhaus…[read on…]

Aoife Collins

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Aoife Collins
by Angela Conor // Mar. 4, 2013
Located in the centre of Mitte, up several flights of stairs and overlooking Rosenthaler Staße, we met with Irish artist Aoife Collins to uncover the temporary premise…[read on]

Future Ruins: Call for Proposals

Future Ruins: Obsolescence & Inoperativity
by Angela Connor // Feb. 26, 2013
Curators Dan Dorocic and Alison Hugill are inviting artists to participate in their exhibition Future Ruins: Obsolescence & Inoperativity from May 23–25, 2013 in the former grain…[read on]

ENTLADUNG. A series of public intervention explosions

Andreas Greiner / Fabian Knecht - "ENTLADUNG" (2012) performance work

Blog post by Angela Connor – in Berlin; Saturday, February 23, 2013 .

If you were near Bahnhof Friedrichstraße last Wednesday, you may have seen an explosion coming from the roof of a building. However, don’t panic! It wasn’t a terrorist attack! It was the second intervention from artists Andreas Greiner and Fabian Knecht from their series ENTADUNG[read on…]

“Hey Yoko Ono”. An interview with Jiga Eva Masumi

Jiga Eva Masumi

Interview by Angela Connor in Berlin // Feb. 16, 2013
If you haven’t already heard of Jiga Eva Masumi, you soon will. Already, the distinctive style of the band has attracted the attention of the international art and music scenes. In addition to their recent tour of Israel, they are scooping up key gigs with…[read on…]

DIRK BELL: the devil is in the details

Article by Angela Connor – in Berlin; Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013.

Berlin based Dirk Bell’s latest exhibition at BQ, Schön und Gut features a motley collection of drawings, sculpture, painting, text, installation and found ready-made objects. The exhibition is a morass of romanticism and otherworldly mysticism; a fictional universe that revisits mythological creatures, symbolism, linguistic grid structures and gothic influences from Bell’s…[read on…]

Diana Sirianni: Looking through a kaleidoscope

Diana Sirianni - "Wildwuchs" (2012), Acrylic paint, cardboard, foil, paper, plexiglass, silicone rubber, wood, nylon thread, Dimensions variable (Installation shot)

Article by Angela Connor – in Berlin; Saturday, Dec. 22, 2012.

Activating the gallery space with acrylic paint, cardboard, foil, plexiglass, paper, cellophane and enamel, Diana Sirianni’s exhibition at Figge von Rosen Galerie forms a vibrant aesthetic of abstract forms and shapes…[read on…]