Posts Tagged ‘sculpture’

GLENN BROWN: HAUNTING COLOR

Blog Entry by SP Williams – in Berlin; Sunday, May 1, 2011.

The Glenn Brown solo exhibition at Max Hetzler’s satellite gallery is a must-see for painting enthusiasts. Portraiture and figurative paintings, as well as ‘paint sculptures’, are presented in a grandiose flat near Savigny platz. The paintings are hauntingly beautiful and painstakingly rendered with Glenn Brown’s unique style of small, flowing lines of color.

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CHLOE PIENE: Malpertuis

Blog Entry by SP Williams – in Berlin; Monday, March 14, 2011.

“Chloe Piene touches the dimension of myth through a fascinated contemplation of the relationship between man and animal, or the existential questioning of the points where eroticism and apprehension of death meet.”

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Ultra Violet

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Ultra Violet
by Monica Salazar, Ester Ippolito // Feb. 22, 2011
No stranger to the limelight, Ultra Violet (born Isabelle Collin Dufresne) has been an active part of the New York art scene since her days as the pupil turned muse…[read on]

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…]


Jane Hughes

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Jane Hughes
by Clare Ros // Dec. 10, 2010
Jane Hughes constructs powerfully evocative compositions that layer photography, sculpture, video, and installation to re-present cultural and historic imprints left…[read on]

Egill Sæbjörnsson

by Monica Salazar // Nov. 28, 2010
Egill Sæbjörnsson is an Icelandic experiential artist who has lived in Berlin for 12 years. After studying Fine Art at the University of Paris – St.Denis (1995) and the Icelandic College…[read on]