Berlin // Jan. 22, 2018
We’re giving away one copy of ‘David Bowie. The Man Who Fell to Earth’, published by Taschen in conjunction with a forthcoming exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum in New York. The book presents stunning stills and…[read on]
Article by Claudia Grigg Edo // July 05, 2017
On June 23rd Orlan opened her first-ever solo exhibition in Berlin with a special performance, revolving around her ‘Petition Contre la Mort’ (Petition Against Death). The infamous feminist icon and…[read on]
Mar. 18, 2017
The Watermill Center’s Artist Residency Program began in 2006, when the center officially opened as a year-round facility. Each year, collectives and individual artists take up residence at The Watermill Center…[read on]
Article by Brit Seaton in Berlin // Oct. 13, 2016
For her first solo exhibition in Germany, Bronx-born photographer Lisa Leone presents ‘How You Like Me Now?’ at HVW8 Berlin…[read on]
Article by Alice Bardos // June 07, 2016
New York-based new media artists Alfredo Salazar-Caro and William James Richard Robertson, are using their gamer backgrounds to shed light on current issues within the domain of art…[read on]
Article by Alice Bardos // May 24, 2016
Clemens Behr is a Berlin-based street installation artist originally from the small historical west German city of Koblenz. His works are heavily influenced by three aesthetic streams: architecture,…[read on]
Berlin // May 21, 2016
Interstate Projects is welcoming now artists to apply for their studio residency program that will grant one artist a free 300 square foot studio space for a four-month period…[read on]
Blog post by Lucia Love – in New York; Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016.
Creation of one’s own utopian vision is a distinctly noble endeavor fraught with complications of circumstance, such as having to share the world with pessimistic bores. The evolution of social contracts which allow civilization to grow in density and moral complication maintain…[read on…]
Interview by TL Andrews – in Berlin; Friday, Jan. 08, 2016.
The fashion world is not exactly known for its profound reflections on the human condition. Most of the industry can at best be described as superficial, exploitative of women, and destructive to the environment and workers in developing countries. There are, however, a few voices crying out in the wilderness, drawing attention to…[read on…]
By Nora Kovacs // Sept. 30, 2015
When it was first announced that musical artist Jamie XX, visual artist Olafur Eliasson, and choreographer Wayne McGregor would be coming together to collaborate on an adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer’s…[read on]
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…]
Interview by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Monday, Mar. 09, 2015.
As the tagline goes, Verni.us
is a site that actively tries to build a “friendlier” and more accessible art market. Using a social media platform resembling Air BnB, the founder Robin Greenwood
aims to connect artists directly with buyers, by arranging studio visits….[read on…]