Posts Tagged ‘Collage’

Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo

by Emily McDermott // June 28, 2019
It’s hotter inside than outside at this time of year, especially in artist Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo’s sunny third-floor Kreuzberg studio. Floating through the window from…[read on]

Exhibition // Kate Steciw’s ACTIFE PLASSITY

Berlin Art Link Features, Art Work by Kate Steciw

Blog post by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Friday, May 30, 2014.

Kate Steciw‘s works in her newest solo show at Neumeister Bar-Am are sculptures that use photographic collages as base material. She manipulates different shards and structures that both lie flat on the walls and jut into the viewing space… [read on…]

Exhibition // “048″ – Sofie Bird Møller

Berlin Art Link, Discover, Art Work by Sofie Bird Møller; photo by Emelie Flood

Blog post by AJ Kiyozumi & Photos by Emelie Flood – in Berlin; Monday, Feb. 24, 2014.

Sofie Bird Møller mixes and matches body language in her new show at Sassa Trülzsch. As with many of her previous street art “Intervention” pieces, the base layer for her art is found material like advertisements, and, as with some of her newer work, old clothes…[read on…]

Photo Blog // Take A Walk on the Wild Side

photo blog // Take a walk on the wild side

Blog entry & photographs by Stephanie Third – in Berlin;  Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.

Take a walk on the wild side is a group show taking place at the Egbert Baqué Contemporary Art from 16 November – 21 December 2013…[read on…]

BLINK // Ashkan Honarvar Paper Prosthetics

Berlin Art Link Ashkan Honarvar, Age of adz honarvar, collage

Blog Post by Alena Sokhan – in Berlin; Monday, Jul. 29, 2013.

In Ashkan Honarvar’s works, bodies and images are dissected and glued together into chimerical collage representations of the human body. By seamlessly splicing…[read on…]

Exhibition // Melissa Steckbauer and The Architectonics of Love

Melissa Steckbauer, "Timi" (2013), cut paper, 84 x 126 cm; courtesy of Liebkrank Galerie

Article by Alexandra Borras – in Berlin; Wednesday, Jul. 03, 2013.

In her exhibition at the Liebkranz Galerie, Melissa Steckbauer‘s new works show noticeable development and a shift in style. Her previous works consisted mainly of paintings that possessed a certain rawness, often depicting…[read on…]