Article by Louisa Stark in Berlin // Apr. 7, 2018
Chiharu Shiota’s installation ‘Beyond Time’ overruns the 18th century Chapel at Yorkshire Sculpture Park like an enormous spider’s web web or Duchamp’s ‘mile of string.’ It comprises of 2,000 balls of white wool…[read on]
Article by Marc Girardot in Berlin // Feb. 25, 2016
During this 66th edition of the International Festival of Cinema, the Berlinale offered a unique focus on a specific period of Japanese cinema. Under the title Hachimiri Madness – Japanese Indies from the Punk Years, the Forum category presented a series of newly digitized and subtitled Japanese 8mm…[read on…]
Article by Alice Bardos – in Berlin // Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016
To close your eyes is to forget her perfectly symmetrical yet generic face. To try to sing one of her hundreds of thousands of songs becomes a loss of words. It is no easier to try to replicate any of her MikuMikuDance
freeware …[read on…]
Blog entry by Florence Reidenbach in Berlin; Tuesday, Oct 9, 2012.
10 years ago, I was a fresh graduate in London working as a gallery assistant at the Serpentine Gallery. The second show I worked on was Takashi Murakami’s KaiKai KiKi exhibition. It was a privilege to be there, I learned a great deal and it was fun…. [read on…]
Blog Entry by Anna Russ – in Berlin; Sunday, April 10, 2011.
100 berlin-based artists have come together for a relief operation supporting the people in Japan, still suffering under the aftermath of the great damage caused by the recent earthquake.
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