Interviews

March 2018

  • by Adela Lovric, 22 Mar 2018
    In her multimedia work, the Berlin-born artist Yvon Chabrowski deals with the visual formulas of contemporary media, which she decontextualizes to uncover its mechanisms and manipulation strategies. Her sculptural video installations and performances are at the centre of her practice. For her current series of works,...
  • by Julianne Cordray, 17 Mar 2018
    We had the opportunity to meet with Dorothée Nilsson, who opened her space on the gallery-lined Potsdamer Straβe last fall. Arriving at the gallery, its storefront window wrapping around two sides – offering a panoramic view of the bustling street – she first walked us through the current...
  • by Adela Lovric, 15 Mar 2018
    Zilberman Gallery's presence is hardly news to anyone—the Berlin branch of the originally Istanbul-based gallery was warmly welcomed almost two years ago, and has since established itself as an exciting hub for young contemporary art. The gallery's twofold aim – to promote contemporary artists from...
  • Image credits: Ece Pazarbaşı
    by Sarie Nijboer, 12 Mar 2018
    Her experiences in the art world, as well as an interest in supporting fellow curators, artists, and art administrators has brought Berlin-based Turkish curator Ece Pazarbaşı to start the Berlin Art Grant Clinic. It is a clinic specialised in giving you knowledge on how to write a good application, but also teaching...
  • by bpigs team, 2 Mar 2018
    The Polish artist Malwina Niespodziewana recently exhibited her latest series Comic Gold Haribo at Maniere Noire in Berlin. In the 30 drawings, the artist explores scenes drawn from her work, her family and her surroundings, while at the same time addressing universal themes. The apparently minimalist layout of her...

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