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October 2017

  • by Adela Lovric, 25 Oct 2017
    For this Halloween we hope more masks to fall and more truth to come out, no matter how creepy. Other than that, a bloody hell of a party is in order, as per usual this time of the year. Go bold and explore the weird side on any of the given dates below.    THURSDAY 26.10 19.00 Martin Kulinna –...
  • by Julianne Cordray, 24 Oct 2017
    Emilija Škarnulytė’s cinematic installations facilitate embodiment of non-human time scales and perceptual modes by speculatively reconstructing archeological narratives from a time that does not yet exist. In Manifold, one of two video compilations installed in large scale at Künstlerhaus Bethanien...
  • by Julianne Cordray, 14 Oct 2017
    Marie DuPasquier's project space Display, and related curatorial work, takes an open, flexible approach to exhibitions – allowing the process to unfold and remain susceptible to unexpected interactions and variations. She spoke to us about the importance of collaboration between people and space within her...
  • by Adela Lovric, 10 Oct 2017
    October continues with plentiful exhibition openings, festivals, and various art-related events. For those who rather enjoy getting cultured in the comfort of their home, we found a perfect solution that only requires your online presence. Read our tips and discover what's worth your attention in the following...
  • Nadira Husain, La danse du haricot, 2016
    by Sarie Nijboer, 7 Oct 2017
    Nadira Husain La danse du haricot, 2016 Tempera, digital print and silk screen on cotton canvas 100 x 75 cm
  • Image courtesy Nadira Husain and PSM Gallery
    by Sarie Nijboer, 6 Oct 2017
    The cover of the Bpigs September/October 2017 Issue is shining bright with a contribution by the Berlin based French/Indian artist Nadira Husain. We spoke with the artist about her current show "Rider, Path, and Vehicle" at the brand new location of PSM Gallery that is filled with an installation of...

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