berlin art galleries

  • by Nathan M., 22 Jan 2014
    Of the latest trends in op/ed journalism today, the list is topped by anxiety culture, the Generation Y/Millenials, and the morality of using unpaid interns (Hi! That's me!). KLEMM'S latest exhibition - which opened last Friday - seemed to toy with similar ideas of self-importance, self-awareness, and...
  • by Nathan M., 13 Jan 2014
    From France to Luxembourg, and Australia to Austria, the four co-curators of insitu are the perfect example of Berlin's collaborative/creative museum and gallery culture. Coming from a variety of commercial galleries, the team of Nora Mayr, Lauren Reid, Gilles Neiens, and Marie Graftieaux (pictured above from left...
  • 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 Joanna Papazoglou, 11 Dec 2013
    Restoration work, art shows in the making, a brand new office; Haus am Lützowplatz is entering a new era guided by art historian and director Dr. Marc Wellmann. Previously the Director of Exhibitions at the Georg-Kolbe Museum in Berlin Westend, Marc Wellmann is probably one of the finest discussion...
  • by Nathan M., 5 Dec 2013
    I wonder what we will tell our grandchildren about “the good old days”—has the foundation of late-in-life nostalgia already passed us by, or are these overcast days spent huddling over our laptops and coffee mugs the “golden days” we will never forget? Or is - as Gertrude Stein would say...
  • by Nathan M., 20 Nov 2013
    Last Friday, I was at the Pop-Up Gallery in Schöneberg - the week's theme was "American artists" and my roommate was showing some of the photographs she had been working on for the past few months. I wanted to support my friends - and I heard there was going to be all-you-can-drink prosecco for five...
  • by Nathan M., 12 Nov 2013
    Whether you visit Berlin for a week, the weekend or an hour. Here is a selection of shows you should not miss.   Bejna Sachau – There Were Rumors @ Soy Capitán   Sachau himslef is furious ball of energy, al the more rare and precious does his current show appear. I am loving the Klemms...
  • by Nathan M., 31 Oct 2013
    There are a few things you get used to while being an intern… -Working for free... Because who has money? (Not interns…) -Minimal direction... I was trained by Adela on a need-to-know basis, which I thought was a pretty effective strategy. Old interns train baby interns! Learn from...

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