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December 2011

  • by Sarie Nijboer, 19 Dec 2011
    mobile pics from the events we visited last week...   THURSDA​Y 15.12. NODE 03) FRAME work @Grimmuseum Calendar Release Party of der Zeit @Flamingo   FRIDAY 16.12. Charität @ TÄT Space Release #2 @Stedefreund   SATURDAY 17.12 Portable Book Fair #2 @...
  • by Sarie Nijboer, 19 Dec 2011
    Dear diary, From Monday till Wednesday looking for the perfect working annex coffee place kept me busy. My dearest neighbor with whom we share the internet turns it off every night, and most of the time she forget to turn it on again… That's how my search for the perfect place for coffee AND internet...
  • by Rachel Simkover, 14 Dec 2011
    Twelve artists, one background: Turkey There is no conceptual or formal framework that connects all of the works in the exhibition Zwölf im Zwölften at Tanas; the premise of the show is purely biographical: all of the participating artists are from Turkey and are currently practicing abroad. The exhibition...
  • by Laura Gianetti, 12 Dec 2011
    Photos by Laura Gianetti :: Curated by SLIM, Sweatlodge Radio and the curators' duo Kunst(Shot)
  • by Maria Santos, 12 Dec 2011
    mobile pics from the events we visited... WEDNESDAY 07.12 Exhibition 01) Wunderblock: Traces of process, document and memory @ Grimmuseum   THURSDAY 08.12 Dove is a colour in my place @ Kreuzberg Pavillon Neukölln with Andreas Helfer, Georg Parthen, Martin Meyenburg FRIDAY 09.12 Zwölf im...
  • by Sarie Nijboer, 9 Dec 2011
    Dear Diary, Winter has arrived and I am spending more and more days at home.. so this time no stories about bars. Or maybe a few.... because on Sunday Despina took me and the other girls, Maria and Rachel from Pigs, out for dinner at Themroc and we ended up at a nice bar with good looking people called Neue...
  • by Maria Santos, 8 Dec 2011
    Stedefreund is celebrating their 5th anniversary and re-opening in a new Mitte location with Space Release, a series of exhibitions that the group has scheduled until February next year. For Space Release #1, twelve Stedefreund artists deal with spatiality and the possible meanings of this brand new room that...
  • by Rachel Simkover, 7 Dec 2011
      The story behind origins of the Cell63 art gallery is unique. Luisa Catucci worked in Italy as an illustrator and graphic designer before moving to Berlin seven years ago (when Berlin wasn’t as popular as it is today). She wanted to have an atelier for herself with a showroom so she could display her own...
  • by Despina Stokou, 6 Dec 2011
    Christmas magic: More Merry than a free Blackberry.   *No Art. Finally we get to enjoy the Art of Cooking, the Art of Drinking (good quality wines for a change) even the Art of Caroling if you super traditional. The Art of Living without Art.   * Animal motives in knitwear: I know I know... but hear me...
  • by Maria Santos, 6 Dec 2011
    mobile pics from the events we visited... TUESDAY Kann Architektur unpolitisch sein? @ n.b.k. THURSDAY 01.12 Extension Series 12 @Grimmuseum SATURDAY 03.12 Mary Ocher's 7" Release Party @ .HBC Sunday 04.12 Lecture: Lose aus der Vase by johnicon @Grimmuseum    @...
  • by Maria Santos, 3 Dec 2011
    After a previous experience at Kunstraum Kreuzlingen and a year of research compiling material, curators Daniela Petrini and Tanja Trampe have displayed seventeen different approaches around the topic luck and happiness in a second exhibition zum Glück, currently hosted at Substitut. In fact, I happened to...
  • by Rachel Simkover, 2 Dec 2011
    Two months ago I was pining for the NY Book Art Fair and wondering if I could scrape together enough money to visit NYC for the weekend. It didn’t happen, but fortunately, a book fair came to me in the form of Miss Read at KW. Although not as fancy or extensive as the New York fair, the quality of the...
  • by Sarie Nijboer, 2 Dec 2011
    Dear diary, I'm already at the half way point of my internship… and because living in Berlin feels so normal I decided to go to Copenhagen for a weekend… Berlin is sooo boring and of course there is nothing that I've missed this weekend… no expos, no parties, no reading… Argh...

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