Article by Nora Kovacs // Apr. 17, 2019
The anticipation surrounding the latest BMW Tate Live Exhibition at Tate Modern had been palpable in the months leading up to it, this March. The exhibition, titled ‘Sex’, carried a mysterious air…[read on]
Aug. 22, 2018
Tate is calling for visual artists to apply for the fifth annual Brooks International Fellowship Programme and work alongside the Tate Exchange tram and its Associate organizations for six months…[read on]
Article by Lee Escobedo // Dec. 08, 2017
For his current exhibition, ‘La levadura y el anfitrión’ (The Yeast and the Host) at Museo Jumex in Mexico City, Philippe Parreno is asking you to suspend your belief in the gallery as it’s traditionally conceived, as a white cube…[read on]
Article by Diana Arce and Nine Yamamoto-Masson in Berlin // Jul. 07, 2017
We are (of course) not the only ones who have noticed and called out a telling trend in the art scenes we are close to: the tendency of artists, curators, media…[read on]
Article by Romily Alice in London // Jul. 22, 2016
Activist group the Guerrilla Girls have been commissioned by Whitechapel Gallery to produce a new artwork as part of an exhibition and archive display to be shown at the East London gallery from Oct. 01, 2016–March. 5, 2017…[read on]
Interview by Alison Hugill // Apr. 19, 2016
Yishay Garbasz is a Berlin-based artist and photographer whose diverse body of work displays a fortuitous congruity. Often, her subject matter is trauma and its intergenerational inheritance, through…[read on]
Article by Alice Bardos in Berlin // Feb. 01, 2016
Through a twenty-four month almost meditative process of pedantically rending each fragment of various international studios and factories, Andrew Grassie, has pieced together a show that provokes questions regarding… [read on…]
Blog post by Melissa Pink – in Berlin; Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015.
Gravity and Grace
is the latest exhibition at Hochparterre Berlin
, featuring the work of North American artists Kottie Paloma, Zoe Kreye
, and Aja Rose Bond
. Here, the three artists transcend the normal uses of materials…[read on…]
Blog post by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Thursday, Jun. 18, 2015.
Much of our social interactions are lost in the hustle and bustle of everyday life. We see, hear, speak, bump into, and pass one another more times than we can count, but these moments often go unnoticed in the grand scheme of things. British-German artist Tino Sehgal
takes these moments, de-contextualizes and manipulates them, and reveals something quite profound in the process…[read on…]
Article by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Tuesday, May 26, 2015.
has been urging the people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo to “Enjoy Poverty” for quite a while now. The project title itself is inflammatory – how can anyone enjoy
poverty? – but the ideas and intentions behind it have been clearly thought through, and it is precisely this paradox that has given the Dutch artist his fame…[read on…]
Blog post by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Thursday, Jun. 19, 2014.
claims to be the first spirit brand to forge ties with the art world, dating back to their first commission of bottle labels from Andy Warhol
in 1985…[read on…]