Apr. 28, 2020
Faced with a new temporary condition resulting from the widespread effects of COVID-19, traditional avenues for art viewing are being rapidly re-conceptualized. In light of this, we’ve invited a selection of…[read on]
Article and Photos by Berlin Art Link in Houston // Dec. 24, 2017
Day for Night is an annual festival in Houston, Texas, offering a current snapshot of popular music and art by some of the world’s most…[read on]
Article by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Friday, Nov. 06, 2015.
– a one night contemporary art event transforming the 19 city blocks of Dallas’ Arts District – kicked off this year with an impressive display of 3D mapping projections by 3_Search
, illuminating the facade of the iconic Wyly Theatre
. A melancholy operatic voice, accompanying the piece, boomed out over the crowd as more than 60,000 people…[read on…]
Blog post by Monica Salazar – in Berlin; Tuesday Nov. 5, 2013.
Dallas, Texas is one of the fastest growing cities in America and the contemporary art event Aurora is keeping the city’s arts and culture progress apace. The free event, which took place in October in the urban heart of the Dallas Arts District, revolved around the theme Light of Convergence…[read on…]
Blog Entry by Melissa King – in Berlin; Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012.
With the aim of connecting cultural minds through art, design, music and film, 30 art spaces will open their doors to the public in Dubai’s thriving cultural hub Al Quoz this Saturday…[read on…]
Article by Melissa King, – in Berlin; Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012.
American artist James Clar’s practice to date has been primarily concerned with variations of light and form. ‘The Iris Was A Pupil’ Clar’s upcoming solo exhibition at Carbon 12 Dubai is made explicit by the title, deals with light as the visual stimuli through which we siphon the world around us….[read on…]
Video by BAL Productions in Dubai // June 14, 2012
Berlin Art Link spoke with multimedia artist Fayçal Baghriche at Satellite project space in Al Serkal, Dubai where he produced his site-specific installation, ‘Nothing More Concrete’. Over three months, Baghriche…[read on…]