Posts Tagged ‘Berlin contemporary art’

THE WEEK Nov. 26–Dec. 02, 2018

Openings and events at District Berlin, Galerie Buchholtz, Image Movement, Eigen+Art Lab, Berlinische Galerie, Schwarz Contemporary, KW Institute, Schwartzsche Villa, Schiefe Zähne, Haus am Lützowplatz, Helga Maria Klosterfelde Edition, BQ Berlin,[read on]


THE WEEK Aug. 20–26, 2018

Openings and events at Rosalux, Scharaun, Somos, East of Elsewhere, Berlin Blue Art, Kunstpunkt Berlin, Architecture Galerie Berlin, Spektrum, Kuckei-Kuckei, Klemms, Cave3000, Nationalmuseum, Kraftwerk Berlin, Hošek Contemporary, Super Bien!,…[read on]


IVO GRETENER

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Ivo Gretener

Article by Alicia Reuter, Photos by Florian Denzin // Oct. 22, 2013
It was a typical fall day in Berlin when I visited Ivo Gretener’s studio – housed in Kreuzberg’s Aqua Carré – slightly cloudy[read on]


Marisa Mandler

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Marisa Mandler
by Adela Yawitz // Dec. 22, 2012
Marisa Mandler’s studio is at the end of a sinister block: past soviet housing complexes, the DDR’s Nazi archives, and right before the Stasi prison museum complex…[read on]

Kunst braucht Fläche: Two Interviews on Intuition

Melissa Steckbauer, Untitled

Interview by Melissa Steckbauer in Berlin; Monday, Jul. 23, 2012.

As part of Kunst braucht Fläche, a public art installation project in Berlin, artist Melissa Steckbauer conducted the following two interviews on the topic of “intuition”. The first interview is with Ashema Wierowski, the owner of the Be-Touched massage studio in the Kreuzberg neighborhood of Berlin…[read on…]


Remaining Only at Tanya Leighton’s gallery

Sean Edward – “Remaining Only” (2011), installation view, detail; courtesy the artist and Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin

Article by Melissa Steckbauer – in Berlin; Sunday, Jan. 22, 2012.

A sweeping wooden (or polyblend?) frame just blocks the main entrance of Tanya Leighton’s gallery door. Nothing can be quite as intimidating in the arts as coming into contact with those select doors, lists, and private parties where to “pass” is still a measure of self-assurance…[read on…]