Posts Tagged ‘Eriver Hijano’

Jonas Burgert

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by Mary Alexander // Sept. 4, 2019
Although Jonas Burgert’s work is not firmly identified with a particular culture or time, the genesis of his painted stages, the creation of his enigmatic figures…[read on]

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…[read on]

Helga Fanderl

by Jesse Cumming // Feb. 22, 2018
Helga Fanderl’s ‘Raum für Film’ can be found behind an inconspicuous frosted glass window-front in Charlottenburg. The three words are visible on the…[read on]

Klara Hobza

by Jack Radley // Feb. 9, 2018
“No credible scientists would ever build anything like this because it would ruin their careers,” boasts Klara Hobza, smirking at the artistic endeavor standing before her, ‘Animaloculomat’…[read on]

Juwelia

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by Michelle Standley // Sept. 5, 2017
A few hours after our official studio visit, I returned to Sanderstraße. That’s the street in Neukölln where you will find artist and performer, Juwelia……[read on]

Nasan Tur

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by Rebecca Partridge // Feb. 21, 2017
For those who visited Nasan Tur’s recent solo show at Blain|Southern, ‘Funktionieren’, it would be easy to think that you have already been privy…[read on]

Susanne Rottenbacher

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by Alison Hugill // Oct. 25, 2016
The scale and placement of German artist Susanne Rottenbacher’s impressive light sculptures varies greatly from project to project, but their construction…[read on]

Katja Strunz

by Alison Hugill // May 25, 2016
The geometrical shapes and subdued colours of Katja Strunz’s works are aesthetically consonant with her high-ceilinged, brightly lit studio in Kreuzberg, as if they…[read on]

SUSANNA HERTRICH

By Alison Hugill, Photos by Ériver Hijano // Nov. 24, 2015
Susanna Hertrich’s artistic practice occupies a privileged position as both interpreter and active participant in the otherwise largely[read on]