Posts Tagged ‘mixed-media’

David Thorpe

by Alice Bardos // July 25, 2016
“I feel the building and I are quite in sympathy with one another,” explains the lean and genial artist, David Thorpe, in his Moabit studio. “It feels soft as if…[read on]

Winston Torr: A reversed genesis

Winston Torr

Blog post by Florence Reidenbach – in Berlin; Friday, May 31, 2013.

Societal Crucifixion, Winston Torr’s solo show opened on the 23rd of May and offers the opportunity to discover an impressive body of work. Torr became fascinated with newspapers. Their surface condenses…[read on…]

The Beauty in Change – last days of Shane Pennington’s “Leaving the Shade”

Article by Elizabeth Feder – in Berlin; Thursday, Jul. 12, 2012.
“Leaving the Shade” is a provocative show, conjuring up deep and personal reflections through diverse and richly developed pieces. To say that Pennington is a multimedia artist fails to capture the kind of exuberance and vast scope of works that comprises “Leaving the Shade.” In using natural elements as motifs, Pennington navigates the psychological and physiological ramifications of a change that is transformative…[read on…]

John Kleckner

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with John Kleckner
by Monica Salazar, Anna Russ // Nov. 8, 2010
John Kleckner, a U.S.-born artist, has lived and worked in Berlin for the last two years. In his work, Kleckner creates a mix of intricately detailed and abstract drawings using ink and…[read on]