Article by Kimberly Budd in Berlin // Sep. 27, 2017
Harun Farocki was a prominent ethnographer who developed a marked style of film-essays that utilized text, image, film and found film footage to dissect his capitalist surroundings, forming discursive…[read on]
Openings at Berlin Art Week, KW, Positions, ZKR Centre for Art and Public Space, Galerie aKonzept, HAU – Hebbel am Ufer, Institut für alles mögliche, Me Collectors Room, Art Berlin, Box Freiraum, Max Liebermann Haus, Sprüth Magers, Nils Borch Jensen Gallery,…[read on]
Berlin // Sep. 05, 2017
Berlin Art Week’s appearance each September re-energizes the city’s art scene after a summer hiatus, with the opening of dozens of concurrent exhibitions in galleries and institutions, as well as Berlin’s…[read on]
Berlin // Jul. 20, 2017
As usual, Berlin Art Week’s appearance each September re-energizes the city’s art scene after a summer hiatus, with the opening of dozens of concurrent exhibitions in galleries and institutions, as well as Berlin’s major…[read on]
Blog post by Alan Smart – in Berlin; Monday, Dec. 21, 2015.
Regarding Spectatorship: Revolt and the Distant Observer, curated by Marianna Liosi and Boaz Levin, is the latest in a series of exhibitions at Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, which offers an account of the contemporary condition by pulling works and practices from out of history and into the present. Unlike…[read on…]
Article by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Wednesday, Mar. 18, 2015.
Louis Lumière‘s 1895 Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory is widely regarded as the first ever motion picture. It’s 46 seconds long and was shot in a single scene, outside of the Lumière Brothers’ factory in Lyon…[read on…]
Article by Alena Sokhan in Berlin // Oct. 08, 2014.
A remarkably well dressed but sweaty swarm crowded at the stairs of the “Vertigo of Reality” exhibition on Tuesday Sep. 17, displaying a notably pushy enthusiasm for an art opening. It was worth the wait: through interventions, tech gadgets, and trickery the works delivered an experience that uprooted, subverted, and…[read on…]
KUNSTHALLE HAMBURGER PLATZ “Threshold” – MARCUS AHLERS, ALICE BAILLAUD, JUANU FIDDLER, JANE HUGHES, AURÉLIE PERTUSOT Exhibition: Mar. 4 – Mar. 14, 2014 Opening Reception: Monday, Mar. 03; 7-9pm Gustav-Adolf-Str. 140 (click here for map)
Wednesday, Mar. 05, 2014 IMPORT PROJECTS “Captives” – QUAYOLA Exhibition: Mar. 05 – Apr. 12, 2014 Opening Reception: Wednesday, Mar. 05; 7-10pm […]
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