Posts Tagged ‘JULIAN CHARRIERE’

THE WEEK Sept. 13–19, 2021

Openings and events at KINDL, Schinkel Pavillon, Hošek Contemporary, Neugerriemschneider, Akademie der Künste, Dittrich & Schlechtriem, Ruinart, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Sophiensæle, Galerie Auslage, Trauma Bar und Kino, Times Art Center Berlin,…[read on]

Gallery Weekend: The Mitte Walkabout

Article by Sarah Messerschmidt // Apr. 27, 2019
I began my Gallery Weekend tour strategically: before 6pm, or the official beginning to most exhibition openings. Hoping to gain some coveted[read on]


Berlin Art Week Sept. 26–30, 2018

Openings and events at Berlinische Galerie, Hamburger Bahnhof, Galerie aKonzept, me Collectors Room Berlin, Sprüth Magers, Positions, Art Berlin, Momentum, Galerie Reiter, Projectraum Ventilator, Gropius Bau, Sonntag, Akademie der Künste, Kindl,[read on]


Anticipating Berlin Art Week 2018

Aug. 23, 2018
In just over a month, Berlin Art Week will commence with a program that includes 20 project spaces, 15 museums and exhibition spaces, 11 private collections, two Kunstvereine, two art fairs and one[read on]


Exhibition // ‘Meatus’: An Interview with Das Numen

Berlin Art Link Das Numen Candice Nembhard Meatus Dittrich and Schlectriem

Article by Candice Nembhard in Berlin // Feb. 09, 2017
‘Meatus’ is the latest group show from the Berlin-based art collective Das Numen. Composed of the artists Julian Charrière, Andreas Greiner, Markus Hoffmann and Felix Kiessling, the group’s…[read on]


Exhibition // Virtual Ecosystems: ‘Hybrid Modus’ at Skulptur Bredelar

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Article by Julianne Cordray in Berlin // Friday, Jun. 24, 2016

Staging integrations of nature and technology, human and non-human, the works in the group exhibition ‘Hybrid Modus’ at Skulptur Bredelar explore the evolving relationship between sculpture and its physical surroundings, and the changing notions of tangibility that emerge in an increasingly digital environment. The exhibition itself takes a hybrid approach, tracing developments within the tradition of sculpture… [read on]

Gallery Weekend // The Mitte Walkabout

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Article by Julianne Cordray in Berlin // Apr. 30, 2016
Venturing out on a meteorologically volatile afternoon, I began my walkabout around Rosa-Luxemburg Platz, where I came across American artist Egan Frantz’s work at Galerie Nagel Draxler. Dark Tongues…[read on…]