22 November 2022 • Mark Westall
A group of Berlin-based artists and researchers plan to use their artistic and multidisciplinary experience to reconceptualize Berlin as an…
Read More 18 May 2022 • Mark Westall
The exhibition presents a selection of Gilda Mautone’s latest works, installation sculptures of fabric and ceramics. In this exhibition Gilda…
Read More 10 May 2021 • Shireen Ikramullah
Berlin is a city where nothing stands still for long, and, over the last few years, the city has become…
Read More 25 September 2019 • Paul Carey-Kent
Spend a day wandering around a large art fair or a city’s galleries, and you will need the odd ‘comfort break’. In Berlin recently, however, there were several interesting works featuring the process itself.
8 August 2018 • Staff
I thought that the more interesting thread to tackle was that running from Gropius Bau’s Ana Mendieta and Philippe Parreno to Fleisch at the Altes Museum.
7 September 2017 • Mark Westall
Melike Kara’s work addresses the basic ideas of what it means to belong, and how people behave when they have to deal with each other.
22 February 2017 • Staff
Wolf Kino, the city’s newest cinema, opened its doors for the first time as part of the “Berlinale Goes Kiez” section of the film festival that explores Berlin’s many small, neighbourhood cinemas.
11 October 2016 • Staff
While London was busy courting the traditional art world at Frieze, Berlin celebrated the artists, hackers, makers and producers of the digital age at Retune Festival.
14 September 2016 • Staff
The group show “Carpet for a Lord” at the Berlin gallery of Supportico Lopez takes its name
from a 1991 work by Henri Chopin (1922-2008), the avant-garde artist, poet and musician, and features the work of eight artists, including early career artists, Charlie Billingham, Than Hussein Clark, Daniel Milvio, Jill Mulleady and Ola Vasiljeva, and established artists, Judith Hopf, Ettore Spalletti and Haim Steinbach. 18 May 2016 • Paul Carey-Kent
Even by my standards, which I admit are a little crazy, I saw a lot of art in the week ending 5 May,
7 May 2014 • Paul Carey-Kent
Most days art Critic Paul Carey-Kent spends hours on the train, traveling between his home in Southampton and his day job in Surrey. Could he, we asked, jot down whatever came into his head?
1 March 2013 • Mark Westall
Berlin’s most famous images, such as Brezhnev and Honecker’s kiss, are on part of the wall set to be demolished for luxury flats
22 November 2011 • Rachel Bennett
The particular stillness achieved lies somewhere between Andersen’s juxtaposition of colour drenched abstractions and the music accompanying the footage..
14 October 2011 • Rachel Bennett
Shifting our eyes away from London for a moment, ZEIG HER, FÜHR VOR, TAUSCH EIN (Presence is the Artist) starts…
Read More 25 February 2011 • Mark Westall
Exclusive book signing by David LaChapelle at TASCHEN Store Berlin TASCHEN invites you to join photographer David LaChapelle for a…
Read More 11 February 2011 • Mark Westall
Image:Mark Soo, Several Circles (detail), 2010, two channel video installation, sound February 12 – March 12, 2011 The first solo…
Read More 6 January 2011 • Mark Westall
VW (VeneKlasen/Werner) and SOUNDFAIR are pleased to announce The plan was sound; its execution faulty by Annika Eriksson.
16 November 2010 • Mark Westall
That said, the hallucinogenic properties of a libation created with them are reputed to have brought enlightenment to Hindu leaders in the 2nd millennium BC in Iran, Siberia, and India.
27 July 2010 • Staff
Starts tonight international programme including solo-, duo- and group performances inside and outside the building. TUESDAY: Durational performances starting earlier 19.00…
Read More 26 July 2010 • Staff
(e)at_work presents a performance on the ANIMAL by Joy Harder on July, 27th at 7.30 p.m. in the context of…
Read More 14 June 2010 • Mark Westall
Bruce Nauman: Dream Passage 28 May – 10 October 2010 The exhibition, Dream Passage, presented by the National Gallery in…
Read More 5 June 2010 • Mark Westall
You’ll find the Daimler Contemporary gallery neatly tucked between a sky rise business complex and a quaint coffee shop on…
Read More 11 May 2010 • Mark Westall
2 Cities, 20 Designers, 90 Days The Art of Conversation: London—Berlin is a unique exhibition shown in London and Berlin….
Read More 3 May 2010 • Staff
The exhibition delves into the conformity of human nature, most particularly exploring ideas surrounding traditional and imposed constructs of the…