Berlin Biennale

  • by Adela Lovric, 31 May 2016
    Event lists are growing longer, and we wouldn't be talking about Berlin if it was only open-air parties coming up. One very special event, which will take over various venues across the city is the 9th edition of the Berlin Biennale. While the festival itself offers enough content for anyone's luxurious...
  • Jeremy Shaw The Quickeneres Johann König opening
    by bpigs team, 2 Jun 2014
    Rain and endless queues aside, last week will be remembered for widely dispersed exhibitions well worth visiting; from Auguststrasse to Krumme Lanke, or in the walkable distance - from Johann König, Berlin to Schinkel Pavillon.
  • by Adela Lovric, 28 May 2014
    This week should feel like heaven for the art lovers, and not only for the tourists not used to Berlin's dynamic. Luckily, most of us are free of work on Thursday, so we can relax and celebrate Biennale, Tempelhof, sunny weather, our editor's birthday, Kimye wedding, and whatever else there is to happily down...
  • by Maria Santos, 6 Jan 2013
    In summer 2010 we started a blog feature highlighting the very different protagonists of the most current and independent projects of the Berlin art scene. Through a handful of interviews, we got to introduce to some of our Bpigs spaces as well as other special guests. On some occasions we conducted group interviews...

Berlin Independents Guide is an artist run communications platform. The exhibition guide comes out every two months and is distributed for free in project spaces, galleries, institutions, and bookstores. Listings are accepted from project spaces, galleries, art institutes and art related venues in Berlin.
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