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November 2016

  • by Adela Lovric, 28 Nov 2016
    Perhaps you haven't met Luca Barbeni yet, but you've probably heard of NOME. Luca is the main person behind this fairly young, forward-thinking gallery in Berlin operating between art, pop, culture, politics, and technology. Working with critically engaged newcomers and established artists from a variety of...
  • by Adela Lovric, 22 Nov 2016
    In these troubled worrisome times, we recommend boosting your immune system with art and engaging ideas. No better place than Berlin to undergo this kind of therapy - here's where, when, and why.    WEDNESDAY 23.11 19.30 Conversas Berlin #9 @ Naunynstr. 53 WHY: Conversas Berlin is a series of...
  • by Adela Lovric, 18 Nov 2016
    At the end of their celebratory 30th anniversary tour, the brilliant Australian trio The Necks arrive to Berlin for a special performance – 2 sets of approximately 45 minutes, entirely improvised and working with the acoustics of the room, at the Funkhaus Berlin. Masters of their own musical language of long-...
  • by bpigs team, 15 Nov 2016
    It’s getting cold outside, but before isolating yourself in the confines of your apartment and getting depressed about the Berlin Winter, I can recommend you to spend time with Siobhán O'Callaghan at one of her UNISEW workshops. Before she settled in Berlin in 2013, Siobhán studied...
  • by Adela Lovric, 9 Nov 2016
    The world seems to be meeting the beginning of its end, and it’s hard to look away from the disaster in process. Here’s our best attempt to step back from the toxic stream and be present where it‘s sane and safe.    WEDNESDAY 09.11 20.00 Conversas Berlin #7 @ Naunynstr. 53 WHY: The...
  • by Andrea Palacios, 5 Nov 2016
    There’s no place for dignity in this world. A powerful, yet uncomfortable statement introduces you to “Space Refugee”,  the exhibition by Halil Altindere presented at n.b.k. for this year’s Berlin Art Week. As for the news headlines, the city’s day to day life, Berlin is now filled...
  • by Adela Lovric, 1 Nov 2016
    For the 6th "Picture Window" at Maniere Noire, the Philadelphia-based artist Amze Emmons brought a piece of his city into the gallery space in Berlin. His installation, "Street Life Flat Pack“, is a stage-like set of commercially printed signage sourced from photographs taken in the streets of...

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