Blog post by Samantha Manton – in Berlin; Sunday, July 22, 2012.
In her graphic history The Genetic Wars, Barbara Confino, a New York City-based artist and writer, explores the repurcussions of a society in which cloning is the primary form of human reproduction.
Article by Samantha Manton in Berlin // Feb. 04, 2012
Gundula Schulze Eldowy’s immunity to tragedy and despair is impressive. Fear of not only witnessing the most harrowing of existential circumstances, but capturing them forever through the…[read on…]
Blog entry by Monica Salazar – in Berlin; Thursday, October 13, 2011.
Starting Friday, STROKE.ARTFAIR
returns to Postbahnhof Berlin for it’s second year in the city. The fair presents a focus on designs of the everyday streetscape, with its graffiti, tags, tattoos, advertising and graphic design….
Blog entry by Samantha Manton – in Berlin; Tuesday, October 11, 2011.
It is the juxtaposition of small-scale, black and white, digitally produced prints with their much larger, full colour, analogously prepared counterparts on the walls of Klemm’s that arouses great curiosity at even the slightest glance through the gallery’s glass frontage. It is the relationship between the two that presents Viktoria Binschtok as a thoughtful and analytical artist whose pictorial explorations raise questions about visibility, function and artistic intent.
Blog entry by Samantha Manton; Photography by Jules Webster – in Berlin; Monday, September 12, 2011.
For the last four days, we at Berlin Art Link have had the great pleasure of mingling amongst 61 exhibitors from 15 nations in the fantastically huge, historic space of Hangar 2 at Tempelhof Airport, soaking up the fervent atmosphere of ‘the emerging art fair’ Preview Berlin.
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Blog entry by Samantha Manton – in Berlin; Monday, September 05, 2011.
This week, art-lovers of Berlin will be welcoming the beginning of a very busy autumn and coming out en-mass for some fantastic fairs and events that are offered as part of opening week of Berlin’s 2011 Kunstherbst.
Blog entry by Samantha Manton – in Berlin; Saturday, August 20, 2011.
This week I was lucky enough to discover the conceptual work of Romanian artist Ioana Nemes following a visit to the Jiri Svestka Gallery in Schöneberg for their summer show ‘On the Threshold’. Three large wall pieces, each a different colour but each resembling a giant tombstone, dominate the brightest of spaces at the gallery, demanding a somewhat ominous sense of intrigue…
Article & photos by Samantha Manton // Aug. 09, 2011
ANNEX:art is currently accepting submissions for its Digital Unity residency project which begins in September – the results of which will be exhibited in both the Prignitz and Berlin…[read on]