Article by Ester Ippolito – in Dallas; Thursday, May 08, 2014.
With the prevalence of media that showcases the automobile-centric nature of American culture, from movies to social platforms, it is no surprise that most tourists to the United States expect to see an abundance of cars. Cities with suburban sprawls, like many in Texas, amplify this consideration by a great deal. Cars are central…[read on…]
Interview by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Tuesday, May 06, 2014.
Artist Georgia Russell
has made her name in the niche of book art. Her meticulous handiwork with a scalpel and old tomes is awe-inspiring both in its effort and aesthetic. Through the process of, in some sense, destroying a book, she creates, reconstructs, and enlivens pages into creature-like objects. The Scottish artist uses her skill to make stories and histories relevant again…[read on…]
Article by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Friday, Feb. 21, 2014.
The massive space of Blain|Southern
isn’t an easy one to fill. The hangar-sized rooms can dwarf installations and sculpture, the white vaulted ceilings overpower. But the bursts of tailored and saturated colour in Yinka Shonibare’s
solo exhibition Making Eden
fill the void with their crafted energy…[read on…]
Article by Graham Haught – in Berlin; Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014.
The Akademie der Künste
is currently hosting the exhibition Lens Based Sculpture
, which is set to explore contemporary sculpture’s relationship and indebtedness to photography and the ways in which photography has transformed sculpture as a medium. With over 200 displayed works by more than 70 international artists, Lens Based Sculpture develops the antiquated argument over…[read on…]
Article by Kate Brown – in Berlin; Monday, Feb. 03, 2014.
By the end of the opening at OTHER Projects
, a project space nestled in Neukölln, the immersive installation TONICC
no longer existed in its original form. It had literally melted; both consumed and simultaneously destroyed by its audience. However, its initial…[read on…]
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…]
Article by Andrea Ongaro – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jan. 09, 2014.
It’s well-known that the new gallery district in Berlin, for quite awhile now, is the area around Potsdamer Strasse. Some of the most important galleries of the city are there, a lot more are planning to move there and new ones are opening at a high rate…[read on…]
Blog entry & photographs by Stephanie Third – in Berlin; Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.
Take a walk on the wild side is a group show taking place at the Egbert Baqué Contemporary Art from 16 November – 21 December 2013…[read on…]
Article by Melissa Steckbauer, Photos by Stephanie Third in Berlin // Nov. 28, 2013
Seated in his studio in Mitte, the shy but generous Kaminski speaks to me about his work. While I listen I survey. The room is a smattering…[read on]
Article by Kimberley Brown – in London; Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013.
Racy imagery, tongue-in-cheek euphemisms, feminist interpretations and breath-taking sexualistion of everyday objects in Lucas’ work, is all brought together in a stunning retrospective of her entire collection, enabling “Situation
” to bring something to the table for every visitor…[read on…]
Blog post by Joe Hatt and photos by Stephanie Third – in Berlin; Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013.
Last weekend saw the Forum Factory
play host to an intriguing artistic exchange between the cities of New York
. Emphasising the clear kindred between each locations experimental side, predominately within the mediums of photography and painting; ‘New York Meets Berlin’
was a successful handshake…[read on…]