Openings and events at Kuckei + Kuckei, Galerie Buchholz, Erratum, Babylon, Meyer Rigger, HKW, Carlier / Gebauer, Wentrup, Galerie im Turm, Grzegorkzki Shows, Daniel Marzona, C/O Berlin, Peres Projects, PSM, Mehdi Chouakri,…[read on]
Article by April Dell // Sept. 27, 2018
Imagine the artist as a messenger. They transmit, decode, untangle and entangle the data feed of the everyday through familiar and unfamiliar means. ‘Strange Messengers’, the current group…[read on]
Article by April Dell – in Berlin; Monday, Oct. 26, 2015.
Article by Graham Haught in Berlin // Friday, Mar. 07, 2014
Dorothy Iannone is an artist who has been misrepresented for a long time. Writers have chided her work as “folkloric,” parents have guarded their children from her grand gestures of eroticism, and the unsolvable riddle about Iannone resides in the cornerstone query as to whether or not she is a feminist…[read on…]
Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014 GALERIE EIGEN + ART KRISTINA SCHULDT Exhibition: Feb. 18 – Feb. 22, 2014 Opening Reception: Tuesday, Feb. 18; 5-9pm Auguststraße 26 Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014 BERLINISCHE GALERIE “This Sweetness Outside of Time. Objects, Books and Films from 1959 to 2014” – DOROTHY IANNONE Exhibition: Feb. 20 – Jun. 02, 2014 Opening Reception: Wednesday, Feb. 19; 7pm […]
Blog post and photos by Anna Smith – in Berlin; Wednesday, Mar. 28, 2012.
Peres Projects currently presents a collection of Dorothy IANNONE’s works that spans over four decades. The American artist (born in 1933) has lived in Berlin since the mid 70s.
The small collection of paintings and collages, some of which interact with video as well as audio elements, explore male-female sexual practices and invite us to imagine the relationships and the stories behind them. [read on…]
ART TO-GO. Berlin Art Link takes a look at Berlin offerings at this year’s Frieze and Sunday Art Fair
Article by Jeni Fulton // Nov. 12, 2011.
“I think”, a wearied collector asserted upon exiting the tents, “that the baby has just grown too big.” Founded in 2002, Frieze showcases, in its own words, “the world’s most innovative artists, presented by the world’s most exciting…[read on…]
Article by Corinna Kirsch in Berlin // May 4, 2011
As a freelancer, I have a small and nearly empty bank account, but I still dream about buying artworks off the gallery walls. Of course, not all great art can hang above a couch, so my fanciful thoughts then fade to debating the merits of the works on hand and the art scene itself—typical thoughts for…[read more…]