Aug. 07, 2019
It’s almost that time when the art world emerges from its summer hibernation and kicks into full swing with the busiest time of the year: Berlin Art Week. From September 11–15 there will be…[read on]
Article by Dagmara Genda in Berlin // Apr. 2, 2018
Stepping through the entrance curtain at SAVVY Contemporary we are greeted with a barrage of shrill, sometimes wheezing sounds. Projected onto a screen is a choir of whistlers standing in…[read on]
Article by Beatrix Joyce in Berlin // Nov. 11, 2016
An aquamarine patterning, reminiscent of kaleidoscopic imagery, covered the stage for Adam Linder’s ‘Kein Paradiso’. Unmistakably playing on the theme of camouflage, the intricate set design…[read on]
Blog post by April Dell – in Berlin; Friday, Sep. 25, 2015.
Article by Henry Andersen // Jan. 12, 2015
What spirit possesses the objects in Philippe Parreno’s exhibition ‘Quasi Objects’ at Esther Schipper Gallery, so that they seem to move about of their own volition? Is it the spirit of poetry or that of philosophy…[read on]
Article by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jul. 01, 2014.
It’s difficult to think of something to say about Art Basel
that hasn’t been said before. It’s the behemoth of all art fairs; collectors flock worldwide to purchase artworks in the seven and eight-figure range; it’s where art-market players go to be seen (and if they are truly important, only seen by other VIPS at the preview days). Oh yes, there is also plenty of art too…[read on…]
Ignacio Uriarte – “Papierknickanimation” (2011), film still; Kim MONDAY, Sep. 5, 2011 UDK Talk: The Intellectual Work – ENZO MARI Monday, Sep. 5; 7pm Einsteinufer 43-53 (click here for map) TUESDAY, Sep. 6, 2011 KIM ONE NIGHT STAND with IGNACIO URIARTE Opening Reception: TUESDAY, Sep. 6; 8pm Brunnenstrasse 10 (Click here for map) SOY CAPITÁN… Read more »