March 2017

  • by Adela Lovric, 28 Mar 2017
    Let that bit of after-work sunshine inspire you to seize the enire day. As always, we advocate galleries and exhibition openings as the perfect choice for low-key evenings. See our selection for the weeks ahead.  FRIDAY 31.03 18.00 „Essential Shoes“ – Group Show @ HilbertRaum WHY: There are...
  • by Julianne Cordray, 24 Mar 2017
    Hanne Lippard's new installation in the recently reopened exhibition hall of KW Institute for Contemporary Art. The sparseness of KW’s vast ground floor exhibition space is striking; the only object, a central, cage-like structure coated in creamy beige, extends from floor to ceiling. Its interior...
  • by Sarie Nijboer, 23 Mar 2017
    Women's March Saturday 21st January 2017
  • by Adela Lovric, 21 Mar 2017
    Loris is a ten-year-old art space in the gallery-packed Potsdamer Straße area, and a joint effort of ten artists with different creative approaches. In a non-hierarchical structure they share the space to present individual and group shows, and regularly invite collaborators and organize exchanges with other...
  • by Adela Lovric, 13 Mar 2017
    The city is overflowed with beauty and excitement over sunnier days. See what our tips suggest for the first days of Spring and join the wave of good mood in the right place at the right time.   THURSDAY 16.03 19.00 Ben Peterson - „No Survivors“ @ Rockelmann& WHY: „No Survivors...
  • by Adela Lovric, 1 Mar 2017
    Everything was ready for the opening of Veit Schmidleitner's first solo exhibition in Berlin at the time we arrived to Ronewa Art Gallery.  With the excitement of a newcomer and the confidence of an expert in the self-invented field, Veit showed us his mesmerising new series of metal paintings titled "...

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