Article by Elizabeth Schippers // July 21, 2020
It is quiet in the gallery when I enter: As I walk around the ground floor, a cluster of paintings and sculptures by upcoming artists are mingled with impressive names, part of the König’s fixed collection…[read on]
Article by Jack Radley in Berlin // Oct. 31, 2017
While so many artists address our current political and cultural moment with works drawn on their own identities, Melike Kara employs a radically different approach: anonymity…[read on]
Article by Ally Bisshop – in Berlin; Wednesday, Jun. 12, 2013.
You don’t need to have witnessed the immolation of Edward Woodward in The Wicker Man
to appreciate the grand British shamanic histories alluded to in Jeremy Deller’s English Magic
. But, rather than heralding any continuing tradition of mastery and conquest, Deller’s works point to the places where the idea of grandeur…[read on…]
Blog entry by Devon Elise Atkins – in Berlin; Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2011.
Everyone has different ideas about what happens when we die, every culture a different way of mourning or celebrating the life we have lived. A Wake
opened to coincide with the Mexican tradition Lo Dia de los Muertos, or The Day of the Dead, and explores death and the afterlife from various perspectives in moving images.
Blog entry by Florence Reidenbach – in Berlin; Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011.
Yayoi Kusama had a vision from early on, and expressed it using a lot of different mediums, from paintings, to sculptures, and then through live art…