Posts Tagged ‘Chicago’

Marcela E. Torres Reconfigures Power and Structure

Berlin Art Link interview with Marcella Torres

Article by Celia Wickham // July 6, 2018
Marcela E. Torres is a Chicago-based artist and educator originating from Salt Lake City, Utah, and a recent graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Having been brought up within the Mormon faith[read on]


Announcement // The Transition: Liquid Fashion by Ashley Scott

Article by Alice Bardos – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016.

Tracing the creative current from the Sloth, to the Icebag series, to beyond, Ashley Scott’s exhibition, the Transition will showcase a fringe and exuberant use of materials and themes in fashion. These material stills captured from the Chicago native’s…[read on…]

Sound // Resonators: An Interview with Chez Damier

Portrait of Chez Damier by Marie Staggat, courtesy of Mn2s Agency.

Interview by Marc Girardot – in Berlin; Wednesday, Dec. 09, 2015.

After his DJ set at Panorama Bar this past Sunday, the living legend of House music, Chez Damier, accepted to take some time for an interview. The pioneer of dance music has been witness to some of the primordial events that have marked the evolution of electronic culture. His multiple collaborations with renowned artists like…[read on…]

Angel Otero

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Angel Otero
by Katy Diamond Hamer // Apr. 8, 2013
Historically, painting has a very long lineage ranging from early cave drawings to Abstract Expressionism and Magic Realism. In the process…[read on]

Slow As Molasses, Faster Than 2GB Ram

By Corinna Kirsch
Here’s a lie: The misfortune of the present is that it will become the future’s past. The artworks selected for this exhibition disprove that the past is a miserable precursor to the present, simultaneously mixing past and present technologies[read on]


Jose Lerma

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Jose Lerma
by Ester Ippolito, Monica Salazar // Jan. 18, 2011
Jose Lerma’s work relies on a compendium of mediums, references, and elements that combine his personal history and his extensive academic accolades…[read on]