Posts Tagged ‘Chloe Richard’

OPEN CALL for the second season of Auberge Sur la Montagne

Elizabeth Delfs, exhibition view at Sur la Montagne, 2012; photo by Chloé Richard

Blog post by Sarah Gretsch, photo by Chloé Richard – in Berlin; Tuesday, Mar. 12, 2013.

Last year Torstraße filled with fresh faces and new artistic concepts thanks to Auberge Sur la Montagne. Receiving international attention, the SlaM artspace hosted nine artists curated by Drew Simpson. In what SlaM calls “seven trials”, these artists worked, lived, and familiarized themselves with…[read on…]


Martin Kippenberger: The (Serious) “Good Mood” Artist.

Article by Sarah Gretsch – in Berlin; Monday, Mar. 11, 2013.

From wall calendars to crucified frogs to room service receipts, the Martin Kippenberger exhibit at the Hamburger Bahnhof will not fail to mesmerize. A curator’s nightmare, his work occupies three separate areas of the museum in all forms of artistic mediums. It is not solely the prolific nature of the artist that creates…[read on…]

de Joode & Kamutzki Winter 2013 Auction

de Joode & Kamutzki 2013 Winter Auction

Blog post by Monica Salazar; photographs by Chloé Richard – in Berlin; Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013.

De Joode & Kamutzki 2013 Winter auction – the auction where both well-known and emerging coming mostly from New York and Berlin sold their art work for generous prices…[read on…]


Anthony McCall : Five Minutes of Pure Sculpture at Hamburger Bahnhof

Anthony McCall at Hamburger Bahnhof; photo: Chloé Richard

Article by Alison Hugill, photos by Chloé Richard and Olivier Toggwiler – in Berlin; Friday, Jun. 22, 2012.

British artist Anthony McCall began working with ‘solid light’ films in the 1970s. His simple projections, emphasizing the sculptural qualities of light beams, were at this time exclusively projected horizontally. The artist used a standard 16-mm cinema projector to transmit 2-dimensional drawings onto a wall. The dark gallery rooms, filled with…[read on…]

Time and Openness

Article by Max Schreier, photos by Chloé Richard – in Berlin; Saturday, Jun. 02, 2012.

Aram Bartholl is an tech artists who makes objects by capturing electronic moments, developing them into classical forms, and using the most analog processes to create digital forms. His work falls into the avant garde not by its innovative methods, but rather by its means of handling the often difficult to tame medium of the web. When I visited Bartholl…[read on…]


Berlin Art Link’s inaugural Night & Day Series Event

Night & Day Series

Blog post by Alison Hugill, photos by Peter Cairns, Chloé Richard and Anna Russ – in Berlin; Wednesday, May 23, 2012.

This past weekend Berlin Art Link launched its inaugural show in the Night & Day Series with an exhibition by artist Elizabeth Delfs. Gallery visitors spilled onto the sidewalks in front of Sur la Montagne Gallery on Torstrasse, as the artist moved through the crowd, answering eager questions about the method and materials… [see all images…]

Iris Touliatou

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Iris Touliatou
by Cassandra Bird // May 16, 2012
Born in Athens, Iris Touliatou currently lives and works between her Paris and Berlin studios. One week before the opening of her solo show at the Museum of Contemporary Art in…[read on]

Esther Perbandt

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Esther Perbandt
by Cate Smierciak // Dec. 12, 2011
When visiting Esther Perbandt in her studio, one is ushered through many levels of public and private spaces. A crisp, simply designed sign with her name…[read on]

Rachel de Joode

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Rachel de Joode
by Jessyca Hutchens // Aug. 16, 2011
Rachel de Joode’s studio, a large room in an old Berlin apartment, is filled with a universe of things. An ordered universe of things. On shelves lined in…[read on]

MADELINE STILLWELL: Discarded Beauty

Article by Cara Cotner – in Berlin; Tuesday, July 19, 2011.

American artist Madeline Stillwell’s body of work combines elements of sculpture, graffiti, environmental art, dance, and theater, evoking themes of temporality and permanence, and highlighting the processes of breaking down and regeneration. Most of her work centers on performances in which found objects and debris from the city streets are brought inside and transformed into an indoor urban wasteland…[read on…]