Posts Tagged ‘Jeni Fulton’

THE WEEK April 13 – 19

Tuesday, Apr. 14, 2015 IMAGE MOVEMENT “Moves#86” – DOIREANN O’MALLEY Screening, Talk: Tuesday, Apr. 14; 8:30pm Oranienburger Straße 18 (click here for map) Thursday, Apr. 16, 2015 HAMBURGER BAHNHOF “Michael Beutler. Moby Dick” Exhibition: Apr. 17 – Sep. 06, 2015 Opening Reception: Thursday, Apr. 16; 8pm Invalidenstraße 50-51 (click here for map) KÜNSTLERHAUS BETHANIEN “Xeno-epistemics”-… Read more »

THE WEEK February 16 – 22

Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015 CIRCULAR CULTURE “Weldeinsamkeit” – IRENE CRUZ Exhibition: Feb. 18 – Mar. 01, 2015 Opening Reception: Wednesday, Feb. 18; 7pm Performance: Wednesday, Feb. 18; 8pm Project Space Kleiner Salon, Manteuffelstraße 42 (click here for map) Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015 TETE “A Line Began” – GROUP SHOW Opening Reception: Thursday, Feb. 19; 7pm… Read more »

Review // The 55th Biennale di Venezia

Article by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Saturday, Jun. 08, 2013.

The curator of the 55th Biennale di Venezia, which opened on Saturday, Massimiliano Gioni, is a fan of the clear line. As he announced, “Art is a form of looking at the world, not just decorative objects”, and the Biennale in the guise of The Encyclopaedic Palace served as his definition of the world. Self-taught artist…[read on…]

Michelle Jezierski

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Michelle Jezierski
by Jeni Fulton // Mar. 18, 2013
Michelle Jezierski’s studio is a large, light-filled space in an old industrial building near Hermannplatz, at the southerly tip of the Berlin district of Kreuzberg…[read on]

The Notion of Home: Anat Litwin and the HomeBase Project

Brett Gustafson - "Pavillion"; HomeBase Build III

Interview by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Wednesday, Jan. 02, 2013.

The HomeBase project is an artist residency program based in Berlin, New York and Jerusalem. Siting itself in an “urban environment undergoing transitional changes” such as Pankow, the project aims to rise up to Modernism’s formative challenge of integrating art and life, utilizing the notion of ‘home’ and the domestic as a pivot to…[read on…]

Interview with Paolo Grassino

Paolo Grassino, photo by Nikki Brendson

Interview by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Friday, Oct. 19, 2012.

Sculptor Paolo Grassino (Turin, 1967) creates large-scale installations using industrial materials. Plastic piping, cargo pallets, latex and steel are marshalled to create landscapes and figures alluding to chaos and urban dystopia. Animals and humans are rendered in metal and black latex, robbed of their eyes, mouths and ears. Incorporating Arte Povera’s use of low or everyday materials and using a restricted monochromatic palette…[read on…]

The Way: Majka from the Movies”. Part of Sammlung Hoffmann Dialogues Series

Article by Jeni Fulton, exhibition photos by Rian Davidson – in Berlin; Sunday, Sep. 30, 2012.

Salons have played a key role in the reception process of artworks, providing a forum for the free exchange of ideas and opinions since the days of Diderot and Baudelaire. Momentum, the Berlin platform for time-based art, hosts these events to coincide with…[read on…]

Michelle Jezierski – Interferences – Galerie Lorenz, Frankfurt

Michelle Jezierski

Blog post by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Wednesday, August 29, 2012.

Frankfurt’s Galerie Lorenz will be exhibiting Berlin-based painter Michelle Jezierski’s paintings and collages. Her works play with overlapping realities, with light and its effect on perception. She creates and manipulates visual space, both pictorially and metaphorically – the concept of interference the exhibition title refers to…[read on…]

Why the Guggenheim Lab Won’t Succeed

BMW Guggenheim Lab, Berlin

Blog post and photos by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jun. 19, 2012.

Upon visiting the newly-opened Guggenheim Lab on Saturday, I was somewhat taken aback at the scale of the attacks on the project compared to the bare-bones reality.
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ACE GOLD – Fundraiser!


Blog post by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Friday, June 01, 2012.

What happens when a group of artists meet up to exchange their works on a larger scale, and reclaim the role of the collector in one of its original senses, that of patrons and facilitators? Alexine Chanel founded the ARTIST/COLLECTOR EXCHANGE (ACE) in September 2011.

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Gallery Weekend Part 2

Cerith Wyn Evans at Galerie Daniel Buchholz 2012

Article by Jeni Fulton in Berlin // Apr. 29, 2012
Charlottenburg beckoned with one of three of Cerith Wyn Evans exhibitions at Galerie Daniel Buchholz – the other two are at the Schinkel Pavillion and at Galerie Neu’s Mehringdamm location. Entitled Derive,[read on]

Gallery Weekend Part 1

Katharina Grosse - "They had Taken Things Along to Eat Together" (2012)

Blog post by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Saturday, Apr. 28, 2012.

A strong line-up for this year’s gallery weekend has implications for one’s sanity, footwear, and visual deciphering abilities (you know, when a piece stops being a piece by an artist, but starts blending into an underlying noise, so that all that is registered is “painting” or “neon” or “large-scale installation with a guillotine”). Actually, speaking of neon, there is rather a lot of it around at GW. Jonas Burgert, Andreas Golder, [read on…]