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May 2017

  • by Adela Lovric, 23 May 2017
    Alright, party's over – time to fly back from the heights of the sparkly (albeit underwhelming) artworld Olympics, and give some love to your local project space. Spree might not have the charm of the Venetian canals, but a true romantic will cheer to life and art even with a Sterni on the shady side of...
  • by bpigs team, 22 May 2017
    Venice never loses its magic. A subtle festive feeling is always in the air wherever you go. And well, it’s this time of the year again: you can dive into the festival of art, surrounded by amazing architecture in a labyrinth of narrow streets. This state of constantly present beauty, the refreshing breeze from...
  • by Adela Lovric, 16 May 2017
    The illuminated writing in warped, post-internet-aesthetics CAPTCHA font stretches over the wall of EIGEN + ART Lab's exhibiton space. "Is anybody home lol" is both the title of this large site-specific neon piece and of the latest exhibition by the Swiss artist collective !Mediengruppe Bitnik...
  • by Adela Lovric, 9 May 2017
    For those who attended the Gallery Weekend expecting to fulfill their art quota for the year, we bring a reassuring list of shows and one-off events you would be foolish to miss. Tag along and stay in the know with our own best-of.  WEDNESDAY 10.05 19.30 Conversas #19 @ Naunynstrasse 53 WHY: The...
  • Photo by Gianmarco Bresaola Courtesy by the artist and Nome Gallery
    by Julianne Cordray, 8 May 2017
    James Bridle's work engages with technological developments, software programming and network infrastructure, culminating in visual mappings of these systems and their impacts and interactions within the social and cultural spheres. We spoke with him about his exhibition, ‘Failing to distinguish between a...
  • Social Geometrism Image Credits: Kunst Am Spreeknie Festival
    by Sarie Nijboer, 3 May 2017
    This year's events taking place during the Gallery Weekend are even more spread out and diverse than before. As the city is growing, so are the locations of the exhibitions. From Schöneweide to Charlottenburg and Neukölln, we made a 'klein aber fein' selection of exhibitions and events that we...

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