Article by Katharine Doyle in Berlin // Jun. 30, 2017
In July 2017, Galerie Judin will open its doors for John Kleckner’s first painting exhibition ‘Years Disappear.’ Within his new body of work, John Kleckner transcends any painterly categorisation… [read on]
Article by Katharine Doyle in Berlin // Jun. 02, 2017
carlier | gebauer gallery is currently showing the work of German artist Thomas Schütte, providing insight into his continued exploration of human experience amid migration. His work deals with…[read on]
Article by Candice Nembhard in Berlin // Mar. 31, 2017
Almost eighty years after its disappearance, the whereabouts of ‘Der Turm der Blauen Pferde’ (The Tower of the Blue Horses) by German Expressionist Franz Marc is still largely…[read on]
Article and Photos by Brigid Cara in Berlin // Jan. 30, 2017
Now showing at Contemporary Fine Arts until Mar. 4 is the exhibition ‘Difficult Pleasures’ with works by two Australian painters, Cressida Campbell and…[read on]
Article by Brit Seaton, photos by Sandra Camey in Berlin // Jan. 06, 2017
‘Enrico — autoaction in rehearsals’ is a collection of installations by Marie Jeschke and Anja Langer, presented by Display. The exhibition continues a dialogue…[read on]
Article by Brit Seaton in Berlin // Dec. 06, 2016
Berlin Art Link is pleased to present a talk by Robert Lazzarini, as the first in a series of BAL artist lectures. Lazzarini will be presenting an insight of his artistic practice, and introducing his upcoming exhibition…[read on]
Article by Valentina Iancu – in Bucharest; Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015.
The death of painting, which was emphatically announced after 1935 and has been repeatedly acclaimed in modernism, post-modernism, while still debated in some artistic mediums, is becoming an actual problem in the new capitalist cultural geographies of Eastern Europe. Being an instrument of communist propaganda, painting is mistrusted by the avidly reformed artistic community of the 90s…[read on…]
Article by April Dell – in Berlin; Monday, Oct. 26, 2015.
Contemporary painting is often quoted as commercial, unoriginal, and irrelevant. Theorists have been claiming the death of painting since the establishment of Modernism, and shouts of its resuscitation have echoed since the 1980s. Though perhaps not leading the avant garde in recent decades, painting continues to carry weight in the collections of art institutions…[read on…]
Interview by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Saturday, Jun. 13, 2015.
puts a contemporary spin on artistic styles of the past with her colorful, emotive, and (sometimes) nuanced paintings. As a Mexican artist living and working in Berlin, her works are charged with a political and cultural energy that is unique to her background and the Mexican Embassy in Berlin recently invited her to do a solo exhibition, titled HIDDEN
Article by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Thursday, Mar. 12, 2015.
New York-based artist Melora Kuhn
seems to have turned art history on its head with her richly detailed and heavily narrated paintings at Galerie Eigen + Art
. It is difficult to transform such a small, concise space into an entirely alternate world…[read on…]