Posts Tagged ‘Mirak Jamal’

Gallery Weekend // The Potsdamer Straße Walkabout

Berlin Art Link Potsdamer Straße Walkabout

Article by Emily McDermott // Apr. 30, 2018
Two days prior to the official start of Berlin Gallery Weekend 2018, I arrive at the galleries clustered around Potsdamer Straße 77–87. Climbing the stairs past Galerie Judin and Blain|Southern, I eventually arrive[read on]


THE WEEK January 25 – 31, 2016

Monday, Jan. 25, 2016 INSTITUT FÜR ALLES MÖGLICHE Karl Heinz Jeron, Stefan Riebel: HETERODYNE SIGNALDIGESTER I / RCO Workshop: Jan. 25–30, 2016; Mon–Tue 6–9pm, Sat 1–5pm Tagebau, Pankstraße 43, 13357 Berlin, click here for map Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016 KW Michal Helfman: Running out of History Exhibition: Jan. 27–Mar.13, 2016 Opening Reception: Tuesday, Jan. 26;… Read more »


THE WEEK April 14–20

KOCH OBERHUBER WOLFF “In the Stomach of the Predators” – ALICE CREISCHER Guided Tour: Wednesday, Apr. 16, 2014; 5pm Brunnenstraße 9 (click here for map) Thursday, Apr. 17, 2014 HAMBURGER BAHNHOF Discussion on artist publications – ALEXIS ZAVIALOFF, OLAF NICOLAI Thursday, Apr. 17, 2014; 6pm[…]


THE WEEK Mar. 03 – Mar. 09

KUNSTHALLE HAMBURGER PLATZ “Threshold” – MARCUS AHLERS, ALICE BAILLAUD, JUANU FIDDLER, JANE HUGHES, AURÉLIE PERTUSOT Exhibition: Mar. 4 – Mar. 14, 2014 Opening Reception: Monday, Mar. 03; 7-9pm Gustav-Adolf-Str. 140 (click here for map)
Wednesday, Mar. 05, 2014 IMPORT PROJECTS “Captives” – QUAYOLA Exhibition: Mar. 05 – Apr. 12, 2014 Opening Reception: Wednesday, Mar. 05; 7-10pm […]


2011111111111s

Tibi Tibi Neuspiel (CA) – “Les événements;” (2012); 6 x alpha-bits, beeswax, pigment, varnish, steel, epoxy, spoon; 20 x 4,5 x 1cm (each); photograph by Rian Davidson

Article by Natasha Klimenko, photos by Natasha Klimenko and Rian Davidson – in Berlin; Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012.

The recent past of political events, media broadcasts, and personal experiences exists in a curious relation to the present—so near it cannot be called historical, yet already separated by a bridge of time. This phenomenon of time just passed can be experienced at the 2011111111111s collective exhibition currently being shown at LEAP. A project started in…[read on…]