Article by Faye Campbell // Nov. 05, 2019
‘De-Heimatize It!’ is a call to action. The exhibition is a battle-cry, multiple voices coming together to form a rousing chorus demanding change, representation and attention.…[read on]
Article by Faye Campbell // Oct. 22, 2019
The air in the central room at n.b.k. is warm and heavy. Monitors are mounted on each wall, behind curtains that form a semi-circle around the screens like a shroud…[read on]
Article by Ernela Vukaj // Sep. 02, 2019
The eighth edition of Berlin Art week begins this month to showcase the best that Berlin’s creative scene has to offer, from project spaces to museums to commercial galleries…[read on]
Aug. 07, 2019
It’s almost that time when the art world emerges from its summer hibernation and kicks into full swing with the busiest time of the year: Berlin Art Week. From September 11–15 there will be…[read on]
Article by Sofia Bergmann // Dec. 07, 2018
On its tenth anniversary this December 14th, Videoart at Midnight (VAM) will also hold its 100th screening. While the VAM festival – made up of symposiums, exhibitions and events – began on November 6th,…[read on]
Openings at Martin-Gropius-Bau, Haus am Lützowplatz, Picture Berlin, Frontviews, Soundance, District Berlin, Kwadrat, Kienzle Art Foundation, ifa Galerie, Aurel Schreiber, Daniel Marzona, DAAD Galerie, Galerie Alte Schule Adlershof, Kunsthochschule Weissensee,…[read on]
Article by April Dell in Berlin // Apr. 30, 2017
On Friday evening, with a full, and perhaps too optimistic, schedule of openings planned for the night, I set off for my Mitte tour of Gallery Weekend Berlin 2017. Of course, a single night jammed…[read on]
Article by Claudia Grigg Edo in Berlin // Apr. 21, 2017
It’s almost the end of April, which means Gallery Weekend 2017 is fast approaching. Celebrating its 13th edition, 47 galleries across Berlin will host work by both new and well-established artists from…[read on]
Interview by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Thursday, Mar. 03, 2016.
Open Forum is a project space owned by gallerists Nick Königsknecht and Hannes Schroeder-Finckh. The couple have opened their home to show work by admired emerging artists, blurring the boundaries between collector, audience and exhibitor. Last year they invited…[read on…]
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