Posts Tagged ‘KW Institute for Contemporary Art’

Upcoming // Berlin Art Week

Blog post by Jessyca Hutchens – in Berlin; Tuesday, Sep. 10, 2013.

After managing last year to successfully bring together some of Berlin’s finest art events and institutions, Berlin Art Week returns with an even more extensive and exciting program, running from Sept. 17-22. Berlin Art Week includes the two art fairs…[read on…]

THE WEEK, June 03 – 09, 2013

Melissa Steckbauer - "Marci into Christian" (2013), cut paper, 29,75 x 21 cm; at Liebkranz Galerie

Melissa Steckbauer – “Marci into Christian” (2013), cut paper, 29,75 x 21 cm; at Liebkranz Galerie Wednesday, Jun. 05, 2013 INVALIDEN1 GALERIE “The Loser (Version 2)” – HAJNAL NEMETH Exhibition: Jun. 05 – Jun. 15, 2013 Opening Reception: Wednesday, Jun. 05; 6pm Schönleinstraße 25 (click here for map) GALERIE MARIO MAZZOLI “Metrica Elementare” – MARCO… Read more »

THE WEEK, May 20 – 26, 2013

Monday, May 20, 2013 HEBBEL AM UFER “There is more to sexism than meets the eye” – MISSY MAGAZINE Presentation: Monday, May 20, 2013; 8pm HAU 2, Hallesches Ufer 32 (click here for map) Wednesday, May 22, 2013 GALERIE TORSTRASSE 161 Solo show by BEN TONG Exhibition: May 22 – 29, 2013 Opening Reception: Wednesday,… Read more »

Gentle Teasing: RELAUNCH at KW

Article by Jessyca Hutchens in Berlin // May 5, 2013
These days, when a company goes through a re-brand they tend to present things in the friendliest terms possible—think voice over actors that sound like Zach Braff, little xylophone ditties, and language that manages to sound left-of-centre while being completely innocuous…[read on…]

One on One = one, two, many

Article by Angela Connor – in Berlin; Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012.

We all know that crowds spoil the viewing of art. Since the late 1960’s, we have see the various rises and falls of the blockbuster exhibition and there has been much debate in major…[read on…]

Last Chance to See Wael Shawky at KW

Wael Shawky

Article by Adela Yawitz – in Berlin; Monday, Oct. 15, 2012.

Over the summer, the entrance level hall of KW Institute became a branch of the Occupy movement, getting dirtier, less museum-like and more Zuccoti-park-like as the Berlin Biennial went on. More confusing were the occupy Kassel tents, outside of the main hall of dOCUMENTA (13), where Wael Shawsky’s work was among the pieces on view. The visual effect of the two camps was almost identical, even…[read on…]