art berlin

  • Georg Korner at Position Berlin Art Fair
    by Sarie Nijboer, 2 Oct 2018
    As the art fairs at Flughafen Tempelhof are taken down, the multiple off-site venues around town cleaned, and the hangovers of art people attended to in beds everywhere, Berlin Art Week 2018 comes to an end. This year we saw a handful of festive and one-time performance-related events; unique locations took us from...
  • by Julianne Cordray, 14 Sep 2017
    The first iteration of art berlin – a new partnership between abc art berlin contemporary and Art Cologne – has opened its doors this Berlin Art Week. The elaborately configured network of stalls filling STATION-Berlin's vast space will spill out into an accompanying, and no less densely...
  • by Adela Lovric, 13 Sep 2017
    Back for its sixth year, this edition of Berlin Art Week runs from September 13 to 17, showing off the very best of art in Berlin and beyond. Galleries, project spaces, private collections, and various other art venues across the city are participating with exhibitions, art fairs, art awards, talks, films, tours,...
  • by Adela Lovric, 4 Sep 2017
    Katharina Maria Raab posesses a rare, almost romantic devotion to art. This passionate art lover, who runs her own gallery since 2015, has launched herself among the most prominent gallerists in Berlin in the last two years of working on her exhibition program. Her "all-in" approach to building a bridge...
  • by Nathan M., 11 Dec 2013
    "There is a light that never goes out," sings Morrisey in The Smith's 1992 single of a similar title. In Kunst-Werke's most recent exhibit honoring the late Christoph Schlingensief, it is clear that there's still some volt of energy running through everything he touched. At the auditory center...
  • by Nathan M., 2 Oct 2013
    I grew up on a 30 square-kilometer island. There were between seven and nine Starbucks on our island, depending on whom you asked. As both the cool place to hang out (when you were 12 years old) and a part of your daily routine (when you were 40 and too boring for an independent coffee shop), Starbucks was an integral...
  • by Despina Stokou, 29 Sep 2013
    If you just landed from the moon and missed the whole action, or if you have three more days in Berlin before taking off- THESE are the shows you should go see. No drinks, no pics, no tweets. Just art.    JUSTIN MATHERLY: Community  I cannot believe I missed this at Unlimited this...

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