Apr. 15, 2019
Celebrating its 15th edition this year, Gallery Weekend Berlin officially takes place in more than 40 galleries across the city from April 26th to 28th. Here are our must-see recommendations…[read on]
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]
Article by Göksu Kunak in Berlin // Oct. 21, 2016
In a performance, the effect of light has the potential to enormously transform the perception of a mo(ve)ment. Light, as a language in itself, not only narrates but also veils various situations. In that sense, how does…[read on]
Article by Julianne Cordray – in Berlin // Saturday May 21, 2016.
For a new improvisational performance, dancer and choreographer Meg Stuart
has collaborated with choreographer, performance and installation artist Maria F. Scaroni
, and a diverse group of Berlin-based artists, to host a weeklong series of public encounters. Housed in Hebbel am Ufer
‘s hybrid event space…[read on…]
Wednesday, May 18, 2016 HEBBEL AM UFER Édouard Louis: ‘Fearless Speech #3 / Anschlüsse an Foucault: Das Untolerierbare und die Literatur’ Discussion: Wednesday, May 18, 2016 HAU 1, Stresemannstrasse 29, 10963 Berlin, click here for map Thursday, May 19, 2016 GALERIE IM TEMPELHOF MUSEUM Maria, Natalia Petschatnikov: ‘Collecting the City’ Exhibition: May 20–Jul. 03, 2016… Read more »
Article by Göksu Kunak – in Berlin; Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015.
It’s thrilling to hear stories or watch films about divided Berlin, recognizing an extremely different Potsdamer Platz covered in dirt and dust. I recently visited the university I used to work at as a research and teaching assistant in Ankara, Turkey. One of my professors was studying in Berlin back in 1989. In a proud way, he reminisced…[read on…]
Interview by Göksu Kunak – in Berlin; Thursday, Aug. 06, 2015.
Sleek surfaces, pastel colors, minimal forms and abstract ideas; small head ventilators, watermelons, kitsch waterfall posters. A vibraphone played by a classical musician wearing old-school roller skates transforming into a performer with white sneakers sampling 90s hip hop live in another space…[read on…]