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June 2015

  • by Adela Lovric, 29 Jun 2015
    By all means, it is getting hot in here. Says the weather forecast, your average instagram feed & the eternal battle of hot dogs vs legs, but also our art calender - the hottest topics of the next two weeks are passion, lust & love. Welcome back, Summer. We missed you. For more hot events, check out our...
  • Picture by Gabriella Seeman
    by Lisa Kosak, 27 Jun 2015
    What better way to start your usual Saturday morning, but by a B_Tour around the Plattenbauten of bleak Lichtenberg ? Our guide for this urban Ausflug was Bram Esser, a philosopher who defines himself as an explorer of the everyday – a fact which was verified quickly enough.   B_Tours is a...
  • by Adela Lovric, 25 Jun 2015
    The young club & art space Konzulát – or the former Czechoslovakian Culture Center, as it is still often referred to – officially opened end of last year. As a much-needed meeting point where you can see an exhibition, a concert or a screening, have a drink and a dance, and simply hang out with...
  • by Adela Lovric, 23 Jun 2015
    Things are slightly deviating in the first official summer weeks. It's no time for smooth hit compilations; Berlin currently sounds like the Lightning Bolt, noisy and fierce! Still, it is all about the variety, so keep scrolling to the one that sings to your soul.  Karma points for those who follow us on...
  • by Adela Lovric, 18 Jun 2015
    In the center of the recently renovated and reopened Berlinische Galerie is the exhibition “Radically Modern: Urban Planning And Architecture In 1960s Berlin”, which takes a comprehensive look at the architecture of East and West Berlin, and its development in the post-war years of division. One of...
  • by Adela Lovric, 17 Jun 2015
    Festival mode on: the annual celebration of all-things-Neukölln meets the first Berlin Food Art Week, while over a hundred films are being shown at Les Rencontres Internationales, and about two hundred art publications presented at Miss Read. All that in an exciting mix with the good old exhibition openings and...
  • Rhea Dall & Kristin Siegel, picture Malene Korsgaard Lauritsen
    by Lisa Kosak, 13 Jun 2015
    After two years, four Cycles, eight presented artistic positions, and more than fifty hosted events, it is time for Rhea Dall and Kristine Siegel, the founding directors of PRAXES Center for Contemporary Art, to close their Berlin venue and take the experiment—of long-term focus on a few artistic practices via...
  • by Adela Lovric, 11 Jun 2015
    In anticipation of the third edition of the Berlin Art Prize, an independent annual award honoring contemporary art from Berlin, we met up with the founders to hear all about this "meticulous cover version of a classical art prize", which became one of the key landmarks of the Berlin art scene. The prize...
  • Venus Grotto 41 70 x 50 cm Ed 15+2 AP Inkjet on baryta paper.
    by Lisa Kosak, 11 Jun 2015
    Sergio Belinchon Venus Grotto 41 70 x 50 cm Ed 15+2 AP Inkjet on baryta paper.
  • by Adela Lovric, 9 Jun 2015
    Summer-flavoured, genre-varied two weeks ahead: three very different, equally interesting festivals, plus countless gigs and parties blasting great music for chilling and/or dancing. Things get even better with Bpigs and our generous friends – follow us on facebook to win free entries.   TUESDAY 09....
  • by Adela Lovric, 8 Jun 2015
    In the hills of Santa Monica lies Villa Aurora, a "true castle by the sea" in the words of Thomas Mann who was often a guest there. The former exile residence of Marta and Lion Feuchtwanger, which was in the 1940s a meeting point for European intellectuals, today still holds the reputation of an inspiring...
  • by Adela Lovric, 3 Jun 2015
    Berlin will soon fade out of grey and the art scene will shine brighter in the summer sun. This month three or more events per day is the expected quota, plus there is a lot to look forward to : big openings, big Berlin Art Prize ceremony, and sadly, big closing party of the wonderful Praxes.    THURSDAY...

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