Feb. 16, 2020
Applications are now open for Dlectricity 2020. Dlectricity is Detroit’s festival of art and light that showcases site-specific installations by established and emerging artists from the…[read on]
Jan. 24, 2020
A Festival of the Arts, 48 Stunden Neukölln, is looking for the applications on this year’s topic (BOOM). The festival will take place on June 19–20, 2020. Since its foundation in 1999, the festival has been focused on presenting and…[read on]
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]
Berlin // Jan. 19, 2018
There’s a new art festival coming to Germany next month: Düsseldorf Photo. For 10 days, more than 30 venues around the city—from galleries to museums to private collections to universities—will showcase works and…[read on]
Article by April Dell in Berlin // Jun. 26, 2017
documenta 14 opened to the public in its hometown, Kassel, Germany, on June 10th, already laced with controversy and charged with the task of answering questions about the inclusion of this year’s…[read on]
Blog post by April Dell – in Berlin; Monday, Nov. 09, 2015.
is the largest festival of Nordic and North European performing and visual arts. Back for the sixth time, this year’s festival is titled BALAGAN!!! – Zones of Resistance
, themed around the relationship between Europe and Russia, focusing on Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union and its eastern neighbours. Encompassing 82 shows and panels…[read on…]
Monday, Sep. 14, 2015 SALON DAHLMANN “Between Order and Entropy” – MATTI KUJASALO Exhibition: Sep. 15 – Oct. 31, 2015 Opening Reception: Monday, Sep. 14; 6-9pm Marburger Straße 3 (click here for map) MACROCOSMI “MACROCOSMI – PATTERNS OF AN OTHER ORDER. A dialogue between Berlin and Bologna” – GROUP SHOW Exhibition: Sep. 14 – 20,… Read more »
Blog post by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Friday, Feb. 06, 2015.
On Friday, February 6th, The Gender Troublers
will be hosting a one day festival at the Universität der Künste Berlin. FEMEA (Feminism, Experimental Media and Electronic Arts), organized by the members of a seminar at the Universät der Künste, will consist of a group exhibition, presentations, performances, workshops, music, and interventions addressing gender politics and inequalities…[read on…]
Article by Susannah Edelbaum – in Berlin; Friday, August 29, 2014.
With new work shown at a different location for a single day, every day, throughout August, Berlin’s Project Space Festival
is a living advent calendar of contemporary art, winding down to the inevitable end of summer…[read on…]