What Did I Miss

February 2014

  • by Adela Lovric, 24 Feb 2014
    A girl-powered week is behind us: we visited the retrospective of the "art's original bad girl" Dorothy Iannone, solo shows by Kristina Schuldt and Anna Talens, and a group show with video works by 13 artists, including Loretta Fahrenholz whose name we will remember longer than the others. 
  • by Maria Santos, 20 Feb 2014
    The legendary fair ARCO opened yesterday in the Spanish capital for its 33th edition and Bpigs didn't miss out. 
  • by Adela Lovric, 15 Feb 2014
    Last week the sun was shining, the birds were chirping, people were showing love to their significant other - at least for a day, and the city was loved by the artists and tourists from all over the world who came for the Berlinale festival. The varienty of happenings last week was as exciting as Berlin gets. ...
  • by Adela Lovric, 10 Feb 2014
    Last week we attended Berlinale and did some celebrity hunting on the side; the latter expectedly unsuccessful. Besides joining the festival hype, we were happy to do our usual job and attend some friendly and interesting exhibition openings.
  • by Adela Lovric, 3 Feb 2014
    Although the big performances at transmediale and CTM festival were all that everybody was talking about last week, we mostly stayed faithful to the smaller events in the shadow and encountered many like-minded visitors equally enjoying art without paid entrances and queueing in vain, but with free drinks and gourmet...

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