April 2017

  • Image credits: Julianne Cordray
    by Sarie Nijboer, 26 Apr 2017
    The artist couple Maike Abetz & Oliver Drescher have been working together for more than 20 years now. Their upcoming show “Dawn of Tomorrow” at Magic Beans Gallery is an oeuvre of their intimate collaboration and relationship. We spoke with the artist couple about their paintings that are filled with...
  • by Adela Lovric, 18 Apr 2017
    As a logical continuation of co-running Galerie Open in Berlin-Mitte for 6 years, in 2012 Alexandra Rockelmann opened her own space, Rockelmann &. Since then, the space has been dedicated to presentation of young contemporary fine art with a focus on curated conceptual and installation art. Being an experienced...
  • Team Non Berlin
    by Sarie Nijboer, 13 Apr 2017
    Their open spirit, clean aesthetics and knowledge of both German and Asian art culture sets the Asian Art Platform NON Berlin apart from other project spaces. For NON Berlin, it is not about competing; their aim is to establish partnerships and collaborative efforts between Germany and Asia. We spoke with the people...
  • by Adela Lovric, 4 Apr 2017
    Tom Albrecht, Mariel Gottwick, Maria Korporal, and Javier Pérez-Lanzac make the team of artists running the project space Group Global 3000. Since the initiation of the space in 2012, the team has been organizing art shows and actions revolving around sustainable development, social justice, and environmental...
  • by Adela Lovric, 3 Apr 2017
    Deutsche Bank KunstHalle recently introduced their 2017 "Artist of the Year" – Kemang Wa Lehulere  – with a comprehensive solo exhibition titled "Bird Song". It is the first German institutional solo show of this young South African artist, and it adds up to the growing...

Berlin Independents Guide is an artist run communications platform. The exhibition guide comes out every two months and is distributed for free in project spaces, galleries, institutions, and bookstores. Listings are accepted from project spaces, galleries, art institutes and art related venues in Berlin.
For more information and prices have a look here.
info(at) - Postal address: BPIGS at Blogfabrik, Oranienstrasse 185, 10999 Berlin / Respect the environment, please do NOT send printed invitations or posters.