Posts Tagged ‘gallery’

Exhibition // Michele Giangrande – URWEGE

Article by Andrea Ongaro – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jan. 09, 2014.

It’s well-known that the new gallery district in Berlin, for quite awhile now, is the area around Potsdamer Strasse. Some of the most important galleries of the city are there, a lot more are planning to move there and new ones are opening at a high rate…[read on…]

Interview // LSD. A new gallery model for Berlin?

Berlin Art Link interview with LSD Galerie, Alexei Kostroma, No Pain No Brain

Interview by Sarah Gretsch and Anna Russ – in Berlin; Monday, Aug. 19, 2013.

Situated on Potsdamer Straße among galleries like Krome and Thomas Fischer is the bright, young face of LSD Galerie. But LSD is not like its nearby counterparts; it marks the beginning of a growing trend in galleries adopting artist-run…[read on…]

Online // Helga Wretman’s Fitness for Artists

Fitness for Artists TV, leaders shot, courtesy of Helga Wretman

Blog post by Jessyca Hutchens – in Berlin; Wednesday, Jun. 12, 2013.

Helga Wretman may have invented the very first art-discourse-based fitness regime. Over the course of a work-out, Wretman interviews artists in their studios, discussing their work and ideas between squats and star-jumps. For the second episode…[read on…]

Review // Old Magic and New Futures; Artist Jeremy Deller at the British Pavilion

Jeremy Deller - "We Sit Starving Amidst our Gold", painted by Stuart Sam Hughes, British Pavilion, 2013; courtesy British Council, photo: Cristiano Corte

Article by Ally Bisshop – in Berlin; Wednesday, Jun. 12, 2013.

You don’t need to have witnessed the immolation of Edward Woodward in The Wicker Man to appreciate the grand British shamanic histories alluded to in Jeremy Deller’s English Magic. But, rather than heralding any continuing tradition of mastery and conquest, Deller’s works point to the places where the idea of grandeur…[read on…]

Plataforma Revolver at Transboavista- Open Call for Curators

Blog post by Marta Jecu – in Lisbon; Monday, Mar. 25, 2012.

Lisbon’s Transboavista is a multiple art project installed in the Palace Marquis of Sampaio, which dates back to 1712 (and was partially rebuilt in 1952). The three stories and attic edifice, founded and directed by the collector Vitor Pinto de Fonseca, …

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VIENNA IN BERLIN: Praterstr. 48

Blog entry by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Sunday, June 26, 2011.

Tucked away behind a Vespa workshop in a back alley in Mitte lies Leslie Weißgerber’s and Max Frey’s new project space, Praterstr. 48. Originally hailing from Vienna, the art historian Weißgerber and the artist Frey set up the space early this year, and show a varied programme of contemporary art.

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2010 Art Basel Miami: Berlin in Focus

by Monica Salazar // Dec. 8, 2010
Art professionals, curators, collectors and enthusiasts gathered this past week in sunny (but surprisingly cool) Miami for several art fairs held between the 1st and the…[read on]