Reviews

April 2016

  • by Adela Lovric, 29 Apr 2016
    Berlin's gallery olympics have just began. Overly excited from the nerve-wrecking choices I had to make (50 galleries in 5 hours...can't do...or?), I headed out with a list of 15 places I would visit even if the atrocious weather held us in like hostages. The Gallery Weekend Guide booklet brought to life this...
  • by Kristy Choi, 28 Apr 2016
    It is ironic that the one time in Berghain I am allowed and encouraged to take photos, the things that I am seeing, hearing, and feeling seem especially impossible to capture.  This is a testament to the success of Raster-Noton’s new audio-visual exhibit “white circle”, which opened yesterday in...
  • 50 Manga chiars by Nendo
    by Laura Bianchessi, 19 Apr 2016
    Last week the world of design flew to Milan for one of the most awaited events of its calendar: Milan Design Week and Salone del Mobile.
  • by bpigs team, 15 Apr 2016
    Kasper König is dancing. It’s the evening of the preview day of  the 50th anniversary of Art Cologne, all exhibitors are invited to the traditional “Ausstellerabend” at the historic Gürzenich for dinner and drinks. The band is playing to a half-empty hall, it’s still early in the...
  • by bpigs team, 8 Apr 2016
    April 8–10 is a busy weekend in Milan. 154 galleries from 16 European countries and more than 60 curators gather at Fieramilanocity to present masterpieces, unique objects, contemporary design and young talents' creations. MiArt is the international fair of modern and contemporary art of Milan, organized by...
  • by Adela Lovric, 7 Apr 2016
    Since his game-changing decision to leave communication design and move on to experimenting with technology-based art, Nils Völker has been busy collecting the fame. Back then, an unsuspicious LEGO set instigated a complete change in his approach to creating. Having discovered particular fondness for...

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