Aether

  • by Adela Lovric, 19 Jul 2016
    Save weekends for festivals and mid-week evenings for mid-tempo gigs. And come back soon for our ticket giveaways!   TUESDAY 19.07 21.00 Ambient, Non Ambient @ Aether WHY: Aether's mid-week music night welcomes Davide Luciani, ambient and textural noise lover who will play a mixture of live set/ DJ...
  • by Adela Lovric, 5 Jul 2016
    Attending massive festivals at obscure locations seems less attractive when there are so many options just a few UBahn stops away from home. Our favorite venues in town have some great events coming up - scroll down for more info, and keep an eye on our site -- ticket giveaways coming up! TUESDAY 05.07 19.00...
  • by Adela Lovric, 3 May 2016
    Just as we wave goodbye to Gallery Weekend & Mayday madness, positively exhausted and perfectly content, new invitations are filling up our virtual inboxes. Pictoplasma festival is coming up, and yet another holiday which will roll into a four-day weekend. There is no shortage of exhibition openings, either;...
  • by Adela Lovric, 26 Apr 2016
    In Berlin, when we talk about Gallery Weekend we often talk about survival of the fittest; sometimes quite literally. The event gathers about 50 galleries in about 50 hours, plus countless other venues joining with special programs throughout the entire week. After the intense day-long gallery hopping, a nice meal and...
  • by Laura Bianchessi, 1 Apr 2016
    AETHER is a new space offering a combination of art, music, and creative cocktails crafted from a selected liquor list. It is opening its very first exhibition this week, aiming to showcase “the kind of things that are not normally commercially viable in a gallery, things that take a bit of a weirdo to focus on...
  • by Adela Lovric, 22 Mar 2016
    Traditional holiday traps are hard to avoid (especially the binging part). If you somehow manage to get past all that excessive eating, drinking, and most of all partying because the weekend is long, you will be left with lots of time and energy for quality gallery hopping. Here's what you *really* should not miss...

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