Diaries

Supermarket 2018
Konstepidemin Image credits: Amr Hamid
Konstepidemin Image credits: Amr Hamid
Drag Poet Maimu Brushwood Image credits: Alexandra Marin
Drag Poet Maimu Brushwood Image credits: Alexandra Marin
Performance Kaisa Luukkonen Image credits: Alexandra Marin
Performance Kaisa Luukkonen Image credits: Alexandra Marin
Galleri Huuto Wall Image credits: Pär Elfventyr
Galleri Huuto Wall Image credits Pär Elfventyr
Kunstverein-Familje-Montez-Wall Image credits: Pär Elfventyr
Kunstverein Familje Montez Wall Image credits: Pär Elfventyr
Kunstverein Familje Montez Mural Image credits: Pär Elfventyr.jpg
Kunstverein Familje Montez Mural Image credits: Pär Elfventyr.jpg
Dom Gruzchika Image credits: Sanna Neumann
Dom Gruzchika Image credits: Sanna Neumann
>top Schillerpalais Image credits: Sanna Neumann
>top Schillerpalais Image credits: Sanna Neumann
Volunteers Image Credits: Love Misgeld
Volunteers Image Credits: Love Misgeld
Visitors Image Credits: Love Misgeld
Visitors Image Credits: Love Misgeld
Volunteers Image Credits: Love Misgeld
Volunteers Image Credits: Love Misgeld

The annual international artist-run art fair - SUPERMARKET is bringing together a showcase of artists’ initiatives from all over the world with the aim to display their unique projects and ideas, create opportunities for new networks on the Swedish and international art scene, and share the passion and vitality that are present in this sphere of

Interviews

  • Pierre Granoux — 2017 Courtesy of Klaus Killisch
    by Sarie Nijboer, 14 Jun
    The name LAGE EGAL has become well known within the Berlin art scene. Over the past 8 years, artist-curator Pierre Granoux has been developing many curatorial projects, aiming to offer a space for production and wider visibility to artists.
  • by Julianne Cordray, 31 May
    We met with District Berlin's current studio grant holder, Karina Griffith, whose practice comprises film and installation, often in tandem, as well as curatorial projects and organizing talks, conferences and events within the frame of her current research on Black authorship in German cinema.
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