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July 2017

  • by Adela Lovric, 31 Jul 2017
    Rain or shine, the events in August won't let you rest. While most of the art spaces are taking a summer break, festivals are lining up one after another. See what's on & follow us for free passes and more free tips. RUNDGANG 50HERTZ. From 19 July to 13 August 2017, the first in a series of exhibitions...
  • by Adela Lovric, 31 Jul 2017
    Decad is a not-for-profit art space located in Kreuzberg, developed over the past 5 years by the artist Rachel Alliston. The project in its current form puts an emphasis on discursive roles in the productions of visual culture and social space, and works to advance an appreciation of the mutual influence of these...
  • by bpigs team, 16 Jul 2017
    Starting on Friday evening, Miss Read Art Book Fair opened its doors at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt. The event invited artists, art periodicals, and art publishers to come showcase and sell their work. The venue allowed for a nice laid back and open feel. There were plenty of friendly people willing to talk about...
  • Artist talk at Edmond Gallery "Ursula Panhans-Bühler, Ludwig Seyfarth, 9mouth", 4th of July
    by Julianne Cordray, 12 Jul 2017
    We met with Yanwu Yuan of Edmond Gallery, who founded and runs the gallery along with her husband, Eric Vinassac. Yanwu showed us around the space in Charlottenburg, which opened last autumn, and spoke to us about their inspirations, ambitions and the levels of cultural exchange and exploration – both...
  • by Adela Lovric, 11 Jul 2017
    Truth be told, we might not have the picture-perfect summer these days, but this city has its ways of making it hot even when it's not. An art book fair and a music festival will light up the weekends, while the days in-between are swarming with gallery action. See what's where, when, and...
  • by Julianne Cordray, 5 Jul 2017
    We met with artist Claudia Chaseling at her Berlin studio, a space that she’s been working out of for the last ten years – between frequent travels to Australia, where she is currently completing a studio-based PhD. In her studio, tall, vertical canvases in chaotic combinations of radioactive, translucent...

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