Posts Tagged ‘Anri Sala’

THE WEEK July 6–12, 2020

Berlin Art Link The Week Exhibition at Mehdi Chouakri
Openings and events at Tropez, Bärenzwinger, Scharaun, Oqbo, KM Galerie, Kwadrat, Efremidis, BQ, Goethe-Institut Kolumbien, Collective Practices, Esther Schipper & Mehdi Chouakri, KM,…[read on]

Videoart At Midnight Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Article by Sofia Bergmann // Dec. 07, 2018
On its tenth anniversary this December 14th, Videoart at Midnight (VAM) will also hold its 100th screening. While the VAM festival – made up of symposiums, exhibitions and events – began on November 6th,[read on]


GALLERY WEEKEND GUIDE

Openings at König Galerie, Thomas Schulte Galerie, Decad, KW, Display, Dittrich & Schlechtriem, Edmond Galerie, Alexander Ochs Private, Image movement, PSM, Balin Southern, Isabella Bortolozzi, Import Project, ZKR, Rainbow Unicorn, Barbara Weiss,…[read on]


Gallery Weekend 2017 // Top 10 Must-See Recommendations

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Article by Claudia Grigg Edo in Berlin // Apr. 21, 2017
It’s almost the end of April, which means Gallery Weekend 2017 is fast approaching. Celebrating its 13th edition, 47 galleries across Berlin will host work by both new and well-established artists from…[read on]


Space // The Collective Unconscious: Stadt/Bild (Image of a City)

By Josie Thaddeus-Johns // Sept. 29, 2015
The flagship exhibition for Berlin Art Week, Stadt/Bild (Image of a City) was commissioned by the governing Mayor of Berlin and the Senate Chancellery – proof, if it was ever needed, that the city of Berlin’s interest in navel-gazing extends to the highest reaches of authority[read on]


Exhibition // Berlin Biennale at Haus am Waldsee

Article by Sarah Gretsch in Berlin // Jun. 10, 2014
Wandering through Haus am Waldsee, one is tempted to focus on the architectural details, the surrounding woods or pristine lake rather than the actual works of art. Yet it is this intimacy of a private home turned gallery, tucked away from the center of the city that makes this exhibition a refreshing change from the impersonal immensity of the white-cube gallery…[read on…]


On Screen // Anri Sala’s Reverberations at Videoart at Midnight

Blog post by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Friday, Apr. 18, 2014.

Anri Sala‘s video art engages viewers with its soundscapes as much as its images. The music of Sala’s videos aren’t always separate soundtracks, but are often performances within the video, such as improvisation saxophonist Jemeel Moondoc‘s playing in Long Sorrow (2005), the first of Sala’s short films shown at this past Videoart at Midnight. …[read on…]