Article by Bárbara Borges de Campos // Mar. 26, 2020
This year the inaugural edition of The Henie Onstad Triennial for Photography and New Media brought together 31 international artists to an exhibition in Norway, the first of its kind in…[read on]
Feb. 13, 2020
This year marks the first edition of the Triennial for Photography and New Media at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter (HOK) in Norway. The triennial is the first international presentation of its kind in the country…[read on]
Openings at Entretempo Kitchen Gallery, HAU – Hebbel am Ufer, NGBK, c/o Berlin, Galerie Thomas Schulte, Exile, König Galerie, Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst, WNTRP, Silberkuppe, Neumeister Bar-Am, Display,…[read on]
Monday, Aug. 03, 2015 BERLIN WEEKLY Project Space Festival “Nude Model 2GO” Performance: Monday, Aug. 03, 2015; 6-10pm Linienstraße 160 (click here for map) Tuesday, Aug. 04, 2015 IMAGE MOVEMENT Moves#93: A Reading – RICARDO DOMENECK Reading: Tuesday, Aug. 04, 2015; 8:30pm Oranienburger Straße 18 (click here for map) SCOTTY ENTERPRISES Project Space Festival “My… 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 »
HEBBEL AM UFER “soon you are theirs” – GROUP SHOW Retrospective Festival: Apr. 22 – Apr. 27, 2014 HAU1, HAU2, HAU3 KIENZLE ART FOUNDATION “Documentary Works” – GUILLAUME CAILLEAU Exhibition: Apr. 23 – Sept. 13, 2014
Opening Exhibition: Tuesday, Apr. 22; 7-9pm[…]
Blog entry by Samantha Manton – in Berlin; Tuesday, October 11, 2011.
It is the juxtaposition of small-scale, black and white, digitally produced prints with their much larger, full colour, analogously prepared counterparts on the walls of Klemm’s that arouses great curiosity at even the slightest glance through the gallery’s glass frontage. It is the relationship between the two that presents Viktoria Binschtok as a thoughtful and analytical artist whose pictorial explorations raise questions about visibility, function and artistic intent.