Posts Tagged ‘Jonathan Monk’

THE WEEK June 7–13, 2021

Abstrakt painting with horizontal stripes in yellow, purple, orange and black
Openings and events at Anahita Contemporary, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, einBuch.haus, WIRWIR, Soy Capitán, CFA, Hamburger Bahnhof, Galerie Burster, Mehdi Chouakri, Mountains,…[read on]

THE WEEK Mar. 11–17, 2019

Openings and events at Kuckei + Kuckei, Galerie Buchholz, Erratum, Babylon, Meyer Rigger, HKW, Carlier / Gebauer, Wentrup, Galerie im Turm, Grzegorkzki Shows, Daniel Marzona, C/O Berlin, Peres Projects, PSM, Mehdi Chouakri,[read on]


THE WEEK November 20–26, 2017

Openings & events at Carlier/Gebauer, Zillbermann Gallery, Daimler Contemporary, Isabella Bortlozzi Galerie, Daad Galerie, Kunstsaele Berlin, Kewenig, KOW, Barbara Wien, Leslie, Capitain Petzel, ZKR – Centre for Art and Public Space,…[read on]


THE WEEK November 06–12, 2017

Openings & Events at Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Haus am Lützowplatz, Institut für Alles Mögliche, Rainbow Unicorn, Sexauer, Alexander Levy, Kuckei + Kuckei, Salon Dahlmann, Mehdi Chouakri, Import Projects, KM, Blain Southern, Maxim Gorki Theater,…[read on]


Review: Art Berlin Contemporary 2012

Slavs and Tatars

Article by Jeni Fulton in Berlin // Sep. 12, 2012
The fifth edition of Art Berlin Contemporary, or abc presented itself in refreshingly new colours this year. Gone were the awkward ‘curatorial’ premise of last year’s show (entitled All about Painting), and the strangely installative snaking wall. Instead, Manuel Reader’s[read on]


Inspiration / Appropriation / Theft

Article and photos by Anna Smith – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jun. 05, 2012.

Essays and Observations’ minimal website intrigued me into visiting the gallery and seeing the exhibition with the equally intriguing title “appropriation”. The website, like many gallery websites is sleek but unlike most of them, lacks images. It compensates for that strange lack of imagery with well thought out texts. After reading them, I started seeing this lack of visual stimuli as a challenge to first understand…[read on…]


AN ART NEWSPAPER: The Noughties

Blog Entry by Clare Ros– in Berlin; Friday, May 27, 2011.

An Art Newspaper is pleased to announce the release of its special limited edition DECADE issue giving an extensive look back at The Noughties. One thousand copies only, this special 56-page signed double issue brings to our readers an anthological survey of An Art Newspaper’s greatest hits and liveliest scripts that made the last 10 years what it was.
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Berlin-Paris 2011: Jan. 14–15, 2011

After two successful editions, in which Berlin-Paris has become an international gallery weekend fixture in everyone’s art diaries, the event kicks off in January 2011 for the third time. Once again, the joint weekends will feature several high-quality new participating galleries…[read on]