Article by Jack Radley // Jan. 11, 2019
For Bruce Nauman, touch is sensual and sexual, prohibitive and encouraged, instinctual and directed. Spanning both the Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1, ‘Disappearing Acts’…[read on]
Article by Louisa Elderton in Berlin // Mar. 6, 2017
Five years ago Lawrence Weiner asked me if I liked whisky. We were at a dinner for his exhibition ‘Concentricity Per Se’, which we had just mounted at a gallery in Berlin. I said I did (I do), and found my large empty…[read on]
Article by Alena Sokhan in Berlin // Oct. 08, 2014.
A remarkably well dressed but sweaty swarm crowded at the stairs of the “Vertigo of Reality” exhibition on Tuesday Sep. 17, displaying a notably pushy enthusiasm for an art opening. It was worth the wait: through interventions, tech gadgets, and trickery the works delivered an experience that uprooted, subverted, and…[read on…]
Wednesday, Sep. 10, 2014 SALON HANSA “Pictures of Matchstick Men” – GROUP SHOW Exhibtion: Sep. 10-21, 2014 Opening Reception: Wednesday, Sep. 10; 8pm SUPER Bar, Gotzkowsystraße 16 (click here for map) DISTRICT KUNST- UND KULTURFÖRDERUNG CHRISTA JOO HYUN D’ANGELO in conversation with BERND WAGNER Studio Talk: Wednesday, Sep. 10; 7pm Bessemerstraße 2-14 (click here for… Read more »
Article by Graham Haught – in Berlin; Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014.
The recent group exhibition ANALOG at Blain|Southern gallery in Mitte provides an interactive space to explore the experience of sound. Featuring works by Jannis Kounellis, Bruce Nauman, Max Neuhaus , Lawrence Weiner, Gilberto Zorio, Carsten Nicolai, Ignacio Uriarte, and Cyril de Commarque, ANALOG remains visually and tonally minimal so as to…[read on…]
Article by Jazmina Figueroa – in Berlin; Monday, Nov. 26, 2013.
Body Pressure is the current exhibition at Hamburger Banhof that focuses on abstract interpretation of the human figure within sculpture since the 1960’s. The “sculpture garden”, including documentation of process based work and performances, is a body of work displaying ground-breaking artists that furthered a certain expressive or contemplative approach to the human figure…[read on…]
Article by Henry Andersen – in Berlin; Tuesday, Oct. 08, 2013.
I’ve long been interested in the practice of time capsuling. It’s the kind of thing that happens all over the world, in little towns, schools, public spaces. A group of people get together and gather up a selection of objects – newspapers, children’s drawings, photographs…[read on…]