Article by Mary Alexander // June 11, 2019
Pe Lang, a Swiss artist long associated with sound art, is best known for his sculptural constructions that explore the possibilities of pattern and randomness, resistance and flow…[read on]
Openings & events at n.b.k., Ashley Berlin, Berlinische Galerie, Blain Southern, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Helga Maria Klosterfelde, Neues Museum, Daniel Marzona, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Galerie Barbara Weiss, Haus am Lützowplatz,…[read on]
Article by Penny Rafferty in Berlin // Mar. 21, 2017
Lena Henke’s contemporary sculptures solicit masculine compositions from Brutalism to Surrealism to Freudian theory. Yet Henke floods, drowns and ignites a fierce femininity in…[read on]
Monday, Aug. 31, 2015 PROJECT SPACE FESTIVAL “FINAL GATHERING” Event: Monday, Aug. 31, 2015; 7-11pm Der Hof, Skalitzer Straße 114 (click here for map) Tuesday, Sep. 01, 2015 STATSION “La Statue Interieure” – ALEXANDRA LEYKAUF Exhibition: Sep. 02 – 12, 2015 Opening Reception: Tuesday, Sep. 01; 7pm Koppenstraße (click here for map) Thursday, Sep. 03,… Read more »
Monday, Jun. 15, 2015 HEBBEL AM UFER “machina eX Right of Passage” Performative Installation: Jun. 15 – 26, 2015 Opening: Monday, Jun. 15; 7pm HAU3: Tempelhofer Ufer 10 (Click here for map) Tuesday, Jun. 16, 2015 GALERIE FAHNEMANN GROUP SHOW Exhibition: Jun. 16 – Jul. 25, 2015 Opening Reception: Tuesday, Jun. 16 Fasanenstraße 61 (click… Read more »
Article by Harriet Thorpe – in London; Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015.
arrived in London in 2011 with a fanfare, opening up shop in a wing of the Royal Academy of Arts
at Burlington Gardens. The space, converted by architect David Chipperfield
Article by Andrea Ongaro – in Berlin; Thursday, May 14, 2013.
‘Conceptual Tendencies’ is a series of exhibition started in 2011 and was conceived with the intention of bringing together a representative group of artworks from the Daimler Art Collection. The previous stage of the project was discussing issues under the heading…[read on…]
Article by Jessyca Hutchens // Mar. 16, 2011
Around 2005, I did two things: undertook a course called the History of Drawing and got myself a copy of Phaidon’s Vitamin D: New Perspectives in Drawing. The course, much to my disappointment, was fairly archaic in approach. The history of drawing…[read on]