Article by Bárbara Borges de Campos // Feb. 05, 2020
Perusing the catalogue for ‘Wahrheit ist Arbeit’ (Truth is Work) – the formative Werner Büttner, Martin Kippenberger and Albert Oehlen’s 1984 exhibition curated by Zdenek Felix at Museum Folkwang Essen…[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]
Openings at Spektrum, Photo edition Berlin, HAU—Hebbel am Ufer, me Collectors Room, KW, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Supportico Lopez, Galerie Sandy Brown, Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Zilberman Gallery, Galerie Wedding, Michael Reid Gallery, Michael Fuchs,…[read on]
Article and Photos by Brigid Cara in Berlin // Jan. 30, 2017
Now showing at Contemporary Fine Arts until Mar. 4 is the exhibition ‘Difficult Pleasures’ with works by two Australian painters, Cressida Campbell and…[read on]
Article by Alison Hugill – in Berlin // Friday, Apr. 22, 2016.
celebrated its 50th anniversary this year, making it the world’s oldest art fair for modern and contemporary art. While in many ways quite conservative in its offerings, the spatial configuration of the event—taking up three floors of the Koelnmesse
—invited a wide range…[read on…]
Article by Alison Hugill // Dec. 05, 2013
Katja Strunz is known for subtly weaving complex artistic references through her work. From Walter Benjamin’s Marxist concept of history to Constructivist allusions, the geometrical shapes and…[read on]
Interview by Melissa Steckbauer – in Berlin; Wednesday, Dec. 07, 2011.
Peter Böhnisch and Wolfgang Ganter met in 1999 when they began their studies at the Akademie für bildende Künste. I was introduced to the artists in 2007 and have not seen a more respectful pair of friends who stand on such different ground characteristically. I spoke with the guys over Sunday dinner in November…[read on…]