Posts Tagged ‘Dirk Bell’

BERLIN ART WEEK September 12–18, 2016

Openings at Sandy Brown, Acud Macht Neu, NGBK, NBK, Nome, Salon Dahlmann, Mehdi Chouakri, Meyer Riegger, Michael Fuchs Galerie, Somos, Magic Beans, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Edmond, Gallery, Kewenig, Hamburger Bahnhof, Eigen+Art Lab, …[read on]


THE WEEK September 07–13, 2015

Monday, Sep. 07, 2015 BULGARISCHES KULTURINSTITUT BERLIN “Sofia’s Old Baths” – ZDRAVKO YONCHEV Exhibition: Sep. 7 – 18, 2015 Opening Reception: Monday, Sep. 07; 7pm Leipziger Str. 114-114 (click here for map) Tuesday, Sep. 08, 2015 DAAD GALERIE “Relational Conditions” – YUTAKA MAKINO Catalog presentation with live electronic performance: Tuesday, Sep. 08; 7pm Zimmerstraße 90… Read more »


DIRK BELL: the devil is in the details

Article by Angela Connor – in Berlin; Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013.

Berlin based Dirk Bell’s latest exhibition at BQ, Schön und Gut features a motley collection of drawings, sculpture, painting, text, installation and found ready-made objects. The exhibition is a morass of romanticism and otherworldly mysticism; a fictional universe that revisits mythological creatures, symbolism, linguistic grid structures and gothic influences from Bell’s…[read on…]

THE WEEK, January 1 – 13, 2013

Ignacio Uriarte, Arbeitsraum, 2012, DAZ Berlin

Ignacio Uriarte – “Double Rhombus” (2012), Paper installation on wall; at DAZ Berlin Thursday, Jan. 03, 2013 DAZ “Workspace” – IGNACIO URIARTE Exhibition: Nov. 30, 2012 – Jan. 13, 2013 Guided Tour: Thursday, Jan. 03; 7pm Köpenicker Straße 48/49 (click here for map) Friday, Jan. 04, 2013 CONTEMPORARY FINE ARTS “Buderus” – MAX FRISINGER Exhibition:… Read more »


Berlin Artists Take Center Stage at Saatchi Gallery

Zhivago Duncan - "Pretentious Crap" (2010-2011); Wood, glass, mixed media; 300 x 307 x 250 cm; Image courtesy of the Saatchi Gallery, London © Zhivago Duncan, 2011

Blog entry by Monica Salazar – in Berlin; Monday, Nov. 7, 2011.

On November 18th, the international reach of Berlin’s emerging art scene will be presented prominently in Saatchi Gallery’s first survey of German art, Gesamtkunstwerk: New Art from Germany. Artists from Berlin, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart, Bremen and Cologne will be exhibited. Fourteen of the twenty-four artists hail from Berlin.

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