What Did I Miss

May 2013

  • by Maria Santos, 30 May 2013
    Insanity and Architecture in historical palazzos. Another sneak peak into 55.Venice Biennale Edvard Munch and Lene Berg: "Beware of the Holy Whore", Norway's representation at the Biennale at Bevilaqualamasa, San Marco In front of the building, the workers of the institution protesting Inside the...
  • by Rachel Simkover, 29 May 2013
    Venice so far... Prima Materia @ Palazzo Grassi Rudolf Stingel @ Punto Della Dogana carpet installation #1, by far the most extensive and spectacular in scale painting of Franz West Ornamentation @ Azerbijan Pavillion all over carpet installation #2, a carpet covered living room including a tv set,...
  • by Adela Lovric, 27 May 2013
    MONDAY 20.05 RUIN Martin Eder @ Volksbühne THURSDAY 23.05 Berlin.Status.2 @ Künstlerhaus Bethanien Kunstlerhaus Bethanien looked like the hippest bar on a Saturday evening. It was impossible to navigate through the space so crowded, and you probably lost people you came with on the way...
  • by Adela Lovric, 20 May 2013
    FRIDAY 17.05 Anish Kapoor @ Martin-Gropius-Bau The press conference that preceded the opening wasn't so helpful to people who wanted to get some answers about the artist's work from the artist himself. Anish didn't bother much to provide those, like many others when they reach a point of success...
  • by Adela Lovric, 13 May 2013
    WEDNESDAY 08.05   Introduction of the Georgian Pavillion in Venice by curator Joanna Warsza in presence of Thea Djordjadze @Georgian Embassy   picture courtesy Kamikaze Loggia team - visit facebook page -"Please come in, otherwise you are not able to see anything", Warsza had to interrupt her...
  • by bpigs team, 6 May 2013
    Gallery Weekend came and went, leaving Berlin more self-confident, definitely warmer and wondering about the same old/new questions: "Can someone please explain why, in 2013, Oscar Murillo's work is remotely interesting to people?" asked former Computer Art Wonderboy on his fb wall... We are unsure...

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