Article by Louisa Stark in Berlin // May 24, 2018
Agnès Varda is a veteran filmmaker and one of the earliest pioneers of French New Wave cinema, acclaimed for her films ‘Cleo from 5 to 7’ and ‘Vagabond’. Her latest directorial offering…[read on]
Article by Lisa Birch in Berlin // Feb. 05, 2017
Spray paint art tends to be considered as an underground anti-establishment movement intertwined with acts of protest. Lori Zimmer’s new book ‘The Art of Spray Paint’ shows…[read on]
Article by Alice Bardos // May 24, 2016
Clemens Behr is a Berlin-based street installation artist originally from the small historical west German city of Koblenz. His works are heavily influenced by three aesthetic streams: architecture,…[read on]
Article by AJ Kiyoizumi in Berlin // Friday, May 08, 2014
Berlin’s Opernwerkstätten – the enormous space of former Opera workshops here in Berlin — has been taken over by three floors of art installations all sponsored by Olympus Photography…[read on…]
Blog post by Emelie Flood – in Berlin; Monday, Feb. 3, 2014.
For the third year in a row, Berlin Graphic Days
, organized by Berlin Pieces
, showcased a rotating selection of the best current illustration, street art & graffiti…[read on…]
Blog post by Florence Reidenbach, photos by Laura Colomé – in Berlin; Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012.
You may have already seen in the streets or in the U Bahn stations of Berlin intriguing advertisments that are not as they seem. Berlin artist Vermibus regularly collects advertising posters from the streets, using them in his studio as the base material for his work.
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 Amee Lê – in Berlin; Friday, September 16, 2011.
Popping up here and there in two of the most vibrant street art cities in the world, Berlin and London, are the two naked figures that at first sight remind passers-by of such popular culture references as Adam and Eve, or John and Yoko. When one gets closer however, it is the gaze and not the nakedness of the couple that piques one’s curiosity.
Blog entry by Florence Reidenbach – in Berlin; Wednesday, August 17, 2011.
From the pavement of the Ku’damm you can view through the French Institute’s façade-spanning windows the paintings of Miss.Tic, hanging unusually on the gallery’s interior walls. One of the rare women on the street art scene, it is somehow bizarre to view her work inside a gallery space.
By Danielle Griffin // Mar. 12, 2011
Don’t forget to check out the StreetLab street art festival in Krezberg and Neukölln this weekend! The festivities started yesterday, but most of the major events are on today and tomorrow so it’s not too late…[read on]