Posts Tagged ‘Martha Rosler’

Berlin Art Week: The Hit List 2020

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Sept. 1, 2020
The ninth edition of Berlin Art week, beginning next week, will showcase the best that Berlin’s creative scene has to offer, from project spaces to museums to commercial galleries. From September 8–13th,…[read on]

THE WEEK May 30–June 05, 2016

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 IFA GALERIE ‘Politics of Sharing – On collective wisdom’ Exhibition: Jun. 01–Jul. 10, 2016 Opening Reception: Tuesday, May 31; 7pm Linienstraße 139/140, 10115 Berlin, click here for map Wednesday, Jun. 01, 2016 GALERIE IM TEMPELHOF MUSEUM Maria, Natalia Petschatnikov: ‘Collecting the City’ Artist Talk with Marc Gisbourne: Wednesday, Jun. 01, 2016;… Read more »


Exhibition // Regarding Spectatorship: Revolt and the Distant Observer

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Blog post by Alan Smart – in Berlin; Monday, Dec. 21, 2015.

Regarding Spectatorship: Revolt and the Distant Observer, curated by Marianna Liosi and Boaz Levin, is the latest in a series of exhibitions at Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, which offers an account of the contemporary condition by pulling works and practices from out of history and into the present. Unlike…[read on…]

THE WEEK October 26–November 01, 2015

Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015 C/O BERLIN “Westort – Ostort. Internationales Congress Centrum und Fahrgemeinschaft” Book presentation and Discussion: Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015; 8pm In front of the Amerika Haus, Hardenbergstraße 22-24 (click here for map) STATSION “Bezahlt wird nicht!” – IRÈNE HUG Exhibition: Oct. 26 – 31, 2015 Opening Reception: Tuesday, Oct. 27; 7pm Stralauer… Read more »


COLLABORATION // An Interview with Julieta Aranda (e-flux)

Interview by Arielle Bier – in Berlin; Monday, Aug. 31, 2015.

Over the last seventeen years, e-flux became the ‘go-to’ platform for information and exchanges between art and academia worldwide with a readership of 90,000+ visual arts professionals. Russian artist Anton Vidokle initially conceived the project as a mailing-list for promoting exhibitions…[read on…]