What Did I Miss

March 2013

  • by Katy Hawkins, 31 Mar 2013
    An A4 poster in the front window of a Mitte gallery caught my eye this week, on it were 2 images paired next to one another: the most recent Vernissage of the gallery itself – guests, few. The other of the tightly packed queue outside of the Hamburger Bahnhof on an opening night with the following caption...
  • by bpigs team, 24 Mar 2013
    This week the Former West conference brought some of our favorite theory all-stars to the Haus that soon became a second home. The unacceptable weather made us more inclined to sitting and listening than moving from gallery to gallery but no regrets! We also managed to make it out to Arts Club Berlin, Kuckei+Kuckei,...
  • by bpigs team, 18 Mar 2013
    THURSDAY 14.03   New Kids of the Block @ Tanas –Richtfest group show curated by Ayşe Erkmen +3 points for the guy whose job of the evening was to guard the wire grid piece for safety reasons…He said he was an artist, but not THE artist.     +10 for a student...
  • by bpigs team, 10 Mar 2013
    Due to the cold generating colds all across Berlin, coverage of this week’s events mostly involved talks where it was possible to sit down in one place for a while and exert minimal energy. Clearly this epidemic didn’t hit everyone though, judging by that video of the line to get into the C/O party. We...
  • by Despina Stokou, 4 Mar 2013
    Here is a selection of shows (with a focus on Berlin artists) you should not miss during your trip in New York for the Armory this week. ( and a series of photos and comments to use in conversations in case you do miss them)  Ragnar Kjartansson The Visitors @Luhring Augustine until March 16th I am...
  • by bpigs team, 3 Mar 2013
    So March is here, spring is coming, the Berghain queue is already almost as long as it is in summer, but apparently people (ok, us included to an extent…) are still a bit lazy when it comes to going to art events. Speaking of Berghain, there’s a work inspired by the artist, Sarah Schönfeld’s...

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