Posts Tagged ‘Apartment Project’

The Week August 29–September 4, 2022

Openings and events at anorak, Berlinische Galerie, Project Space Festival Berlin, Neun Kelche, Apartment Project, Das Haus der Tödlichen Doris, pars APERITIVO, Michael Reid Berlin, Berlin Art Prize 2022, Centrum, Blake & Vargas, Acud Galerie, Scherben,…[read on]

THE WEEK July 30 – Aug. 05, 2018

Openings and events at Tête, Podewil, Acud Macht Neu Berlin, Galerie Wedding – Raum Für Zeitgenössische Kunst, 68 Projects, Apartment Project, Freiluftkino Insel im Cassiopeia, 11m², Tropez, Flutgraben, Ex-Embassy, Uqbar, Freiluftkino Insel im Cassiopeia,…[read on]

Project Space Festival Berlin is Back

Article by Sofia Bergmann // July 30, 2018
This August, Project Space Festival Berlin will once again take visitors through the city’s shifting and ever-evolving art scene—not only with a variety of artists, but also a variety of spaces. Every day[read on]

THE WEEK May 01–07, 2017

Openings at Berlinische Galerie, Milchof Studios, Haus am Waldsee, Institut für alles mögliche, Akademie der Künste, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Sophiensaele, Haus der Kulturen der Welt,…[read on]

THE WEEK August 01–07, 2016

Monday, Aug. 01, 2016 APARTMENT PROJECT Project Space Festival Project Space Festival Exhibition: Aug. 01–31, 2016 Opening Reception: Monday, Aug. 01; 6–9pm Hertzbergstraße 13, 12055 Berlin, click here for map Tuesday, Aug. 02, 2016 MMS2 Koji Kamoji: ‘Water’ Exhibition: Aug. 02–30, 2016 Opening Reception: Tuesday, Aug. 02; 6–9pm Claudiusstraße 6, 10557 Berlin, click here for… Read more »

Announcement // Project Space Festival 2016


Article by Julianne Cordray in Berlin // Jul. 31, 2016
From August 1 to 31, 2016, the third annual Project Space Festival Berlin will present a diverse program of experimental exhibitions, performances, installations, book launches and other events. Each of the 31 participating…[read on]

Sites of arrival and departure, rhizomatic connections and DIY aesthetics

Lee Garcia and Çiğdem Hasanoğlou

Blog entry and photos by Anna Smith – in Berlin; Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012.

A new space opened in a mainly residential Neukölln neighborhood, and its first exhibition already deals with several social as well as personal issues that reach out to the sociopolitical profile of the area. Amidst talks of gentrification, the identity of Neukölln, and a constantly growing (perhaps even saturated) artistic scene, a group of artists from diverse backgrounds and practices set up an exhibition…[read on…]