Posts Tagged ‘Berlin artists’

The Week July 11–17, 2022

Black and white photo of one person sitting and one person standing
Openings and events at Berlinische Galerie, Eigen + Art Lab, einBuch.haus, Fluentum, Galerie im Turm, Halle am Berghain, HKW, ifa-Galerie Berlin, Kanya&Kage, Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Mountains, SOMA 300, Temporary Space Berlin, Weserhalle,…[read on]

The Instrument

by Beatrix Joyce // Mar. 6, 2017
Falling outside of the mainstream, Berlin’s performance scene exudes a kind of freedom that opens it to a diverse amalgamation of performers…[read on]

Gallery Weekend 2016 // The Schöneberg Walkabout

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Article by Caitlin Eyre – in Berlin // Friday, Apr. 29, 2016.

Gallery Weekend is one of the most important dates in any art-loving Berliner’s calendar. For three glorious culture-filled days, some of Berlin’s most exciting and dynamic galleries throw their doors wide and invite the masses to hit the streets…[read on…]

OPEN CALL: BPIGS // SPEED PORTFOLIO VIEWING

Artist portfolio viewing by Bpigs in Berlin

Article by Sarah Gretsch – in Berlin; Friday, Jun. 21, 2013.

Bpigs Portfolio Viewing is back. It’s the fourth year of the event that brings together 12 curators from all kinds of backgrounds to review your art. 25 artists’ portfolios will be seen and discussed by curators in 10 sessions of 12 quick minutes. This speedy pace strips artist networking and portfolio review down to its bare bones….[read on…]

Berlin.Status [2]

Article by Sarah Gretsch – in Berlin; Thursday, Jun. 06, 2013.

Berlin.Status [2] is the second survey by Künstlerhaus Bethanien of the city’s current artistic tendencies and trends. Over a year ago Berlin.Status [1] showed artists born between 1973 to 1980, but this year the crowd gets younger, featuring a set of artists between 1978 to 1984. Curated by Sven Drühl and Christoph Tannert, this show…[read on…]

Sinta Werner

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit Sinta Werner
by Alison Hugill // Oct. 15, 2012
Opposite Stattbad Wedding – one of Berlin’s community swimming pools turned nightclub and exhibition space – stand several former warehouse buildings…[read on]

BMW Guggenheim retreats from its Kreuzberg hotspot

Informative meeting at Artitude about the BMW Guggenheim Lab; photo: Despina Stokou

Article by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Saturday, Mar. 24, 2012.

The BMW-sponsored Guggenheim „urban research“ lab found the Wrangelkiez area in Kreuzberg a little too hot for its liking. Citing police warnings regarding possible attacks with “Farbbeutel” (paint-filled bags) and rotten eggs, the mobile building skulked off to find another, less lefty-anarchist sodden area…[read on…]