Article by Mary Alexander // June 11, 2019
Pe Lang, a Swiss artist long associated with sound art, is best known for his sculptural constructions that explore the possibilities of pattern and randomness, resistance and flow…[read on]
Article by Nora Kovacs // Apr. 6, 2018
Los Angeles-based artist Calvin Marcus’ work can be characterized by its humorous, playful, and often psychological qualities. Known for his embrace of the subconscious through automatic drawing…[read on]
Article by Jack Radley in Berlin // Nov. 24, 2017
Whose company does Beth Letain keep? She maintains the assertive mark-making of Franz Kline, with more restraint, and the calculation of Donald Judd, with greater viscosity. Letain employs an almost…[read on]
Article by Candice Nembhard in Berlin // Feb. 15, 2017
In a studio overlooking a courtyard, Gary Schlingheider’s light filled work space is soon to open to the public for the opening of the graduate show at Berlin’s University of the Arts — UdK. In the open room, his…[read on]
Article by Madeleine Morley – in Berlin; Tuesday, Mar. 17, 2015.
grew up in California during the 1940s: she was the daughter of an electrician and inventor, and she studied painting at CalArts when the messy and impulsive painting style of Pollock
Article by Andrea Ongaro – in Berlin; Thursday, May 14, 2013.
‘Conceptual Tendencies’ is a series of exhibition started in 2011 and was conceived with the intention of bringing together a representative group of artworks from the Daimler Art Collection. The previous stage of the project was discussing issues under the heading…[read on…]
Blog entry by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Sunday, June 26, 2011.
Tucked away behind a Vespa workshop in a back alley in Mitte lies Leslie Weißgerber’s and Max Frey’s new project space, Praterstr. 48. Originally hailing from Vienna, the art historian Weißgerber and the artist Frey set up the space early this year, and show a varied programme of contemporary art.
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