Posts Tagged ‘Peres Projects’

Photo Blog // Eddie Peake at Peres Projects

Berlin Art Link, Eddie Peake at Peres Projects

Blog post by Jennifer Florquin and photographs by Angela Bushati – in Berlin; Friday, Jan. 31, 2014.

Last Saturday, Peres Projects opened Eddie Peake’s Penetrates The Body, Nullifies the Sense. There was a playful mood throughout the gallery…[read on…]

THE WEEK, Apr. 22-28, 2013: Gallery Weekend

Ignacio Uriarte - "Sonderzeichen"

Ignacio Uriarte – “Sonderzeichen”; insitu Wednesday, Apr. 24, 2013 ETHALL Group Show by BECKER-HISBERG-REINERT, ANA GARCIA-PINEDA, MARTIN VITALITI Opening Reception: Wednesday, Apr. 24; 6pm Brunnnenstraße 65 (click here for map) AJLART “The City Is Wilder” – ROBERT MONTGOMERY Exhibition: Apr. 26 – Jun. 15, 2013 Opening Reception: Wednesday, Apr. 24; 9pm Kater Holzig, Michaelkirchstraße 23… Read more »


Making Space: Marinella Senatore’s ROSAS

Parade - Public Performance in conjunction with ROSAS, Marinella Senatore (2012), Courtesy of Peres Projects

Article by Melissa King – in Berlin; Monday, Nov. 19, 2012.

Amongst the drizzle of a gray Saturday afternoon, a crowd gathers in anticipation of a public parade orchestrated by Italian artist Marinella Senatore. It begins with a handful of tap dancers taking their first percussive steps; and soon after, Auguststraße is alive with gypsy carnival music…[read on…]

Kandis Williams

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Kandis Williams
by Elizabeth Feder // Aug. 7, 2012
When exploring Kandis Williams; studio, one is struck by the incongruous balance between the pensive balance between the pensive quality…[read on]

On the Road Series // Art Basel 2012, Part II

Jeff Koons exhibition at Fondation Beyeler, Basel

Article by Monica Salazar // June 17, 2012
As the week winds down in Basel and the general public floods in for the last day of viewing Art Basel and the numerous collateral fairs and exhibitions, you can see in the participating gallerists’ faces that[read on]


Kirstine Roepstorff

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Kirstine Roepstorff
by Devon Elise Atkins // Mar. 12, 2012
One of the nicest things about talking to Kirstine Roepstorff is the pleasure she clearly takes in making her work and talking about her process. She is unpretentious…[read on]

BUY, TWEET, OR BURN: The Best and Worst of the Berlin Art Scene

Article by Corinna Kirsch in Berlin // May 4, 2011
As a freelancer, I have a small and nearly empty bank account, but I still dream about buying artworks off the gallery walls. Of course, not all great art can hang above a couch, so my fanciful thoughts then fade to debating the merits of the works on hand and the art scene itself—typical thoughts for…[read more…]


Why James Franco is a Feminist

Article by Elizabeth Feder in Berlin // Feb. 18, 2011
Taking in the entirety of James Franco’s Berlin exhibition of The Dangerous Book Four Boys at Peres Projects is a challenge, but there is a haptic, material quality to the show that acts as…[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]