Grimmuseum

  • by Adela Lovric, 24 Jan 2017
    The Transmediale / CTM time of the year brings us 10 insanely packed days of the two festivals' brilliantly curated programs, which we attempted to match with the best-of from our Openings section. See our highlights in the eventful weeks ahead.   THURSDAY 26.01 17.00 Nasan Tur and Christian Rattemeyer in...
  • by Adela Lovric, 9 Nov 2016
    The world seems to be meeting the beginning of its end, and it’s hard to look away from the disaster in process. Here’s our best attempt to step back from the toxic stream and be present where it‘s sane and safe.    WEDNESDAY 09.11 20.00 Conversas Berlin #7 @ Naunynstr. 53 WHY: The...
  • Caption: Alona Rodeh, Safe and Sound (High Visibility), 2016, installation view at abc. Courtesy Grimmuseum and the artist.
    by Sarie Nijboer, 19 Sep 2016
    On Sunday afternoon we met with Enrico Centonze from Grimmuseum at his booth at ABC. This year he is showing the work of Alona Rodeh. The Israeli artist created for ABC the work Safe & Sound High Visibility. A presentation of 21 graphic works that trace various work-wear designs. How is it going? Are you still...
  • by Adela Lovric, 25 Jul 2016
    Right in the middle of the prime vacation time when the event lists drastically shrink, the Project Space Festival comes to the rescue – each day of the coming month will be marked with a special event hosted by the participating project spaces, and the motto is clearly – gotta catch 'em all! ...
  • by Adela Lovric, 14 Jun 2016
    The 48 Hours Neukölln art festival will soon activate many creative spaces in one of the most artist-populated and culturally diverse neighborhoods in Berlin. Get updated with the ever-changing local scene, but make sure not to get lost in the cozy Kiez - Berlin these days offers a lot more.   THURSDAY 16....
  • by bpigs team, 2 May 2016
    Bpigs team was out and about attempting to capture as much of the Gallery Weekend magic as possible. Take a virtual stroll through our snaps from the last week's events.
  • by Adela Lovric, 8 Feb 2016
    Music folks from abroad just left the city and film lovers are already taking their airbnb-ed spots to celebrate the art of the moving image. Besides the most obvious tip for the upcoming week, which is of course Berlinale (and the other, less exposed one worthy of your attention - the Berlin Independent Film...
  • by Adela Lovric, 17 Nov 2015
    Winter is coming, and it's really not a big deal. The rumor has it that the art crowd around here is warm and welcoming (and maybe a little tipsy). So let's gather together and get cosy in the hottest art spots of our lovely city!   WEDNESDAY 18.11 19.00 Eye Eat You @ Platform Berlin WHY: Pola...
  • by Adela Lovric, 8 Sep 2015
    We are counting down the days till the Berlin Art Week – starting on September 15th and gathering art lovers from all over the world for six days in Berlin. This year’s edition includes abc – art berlin contemporary, Positions Berlin, the project Stadt/Bild, as well as more than 20...
  • by Adela Lovric, 17 Jun 2015
    Festival mode on: the annual celebration of all-things-Neukölln meets the first Berlin Food Art Week, while over a hundred films are being shown at Les Rencontres Internationales, and about two hundred art publications presented at Miss Read. All that in an exciting mix with the good old exhibition openings and...
  • by Adela Lovric, 10 Feb 2015
    Roses are red, violets are blue, Friday is 13th and Saturday Valentine's Day. Two sides of the same coin, or? Without any exagerrated superstitious or (anti)romantic tendencies, we do recommend to step out of your zone and find great spots to spend your weekend at, and the next one, and the days in-between....
  • by Cyrus Smith, 15 Sep 2014
    September is upon us. Berlin Art Week is upon us. Grab your art goggles and come get messy. Empty your schedules, grab a partner, and leave your life by the way side. This was the warm up for what awaits...
  • by Adela Lovric, 10 Sep 2014
    In a few days the spelling game called "BAW & abc" will once again turn the city into an art playground and/or shopping center for the spiritually and/or materially rich. Even without knowing it, you could tell that there is a storm coming only by seeing the events columns suddenly flooded with openings...
  • by Adela Lovric, 18 Jun 2014
    When you live in Berlin, you cannot even recover from an amazing weekend before the next one arrives. This weekend, Fête de la Musique will treat us with free concerts, while the galleries will be awesome as ever and host free events from Wednesday till Sunday. Ennoble your week with discussions, tours, openings...
  • by bpigs team, 8 Jun 2014
    Hey, it is Monday, believe it or not! The Bpigs team is here to gently remind you that the prolonged weekend is close to its end. If it comforts you: the fun is not over as long as the memory is alive. Let us remember (before we forget) last week's lovely events.
  • by Adela Lovric, 4 Jun 2014
    Summer arrives decidedly this week, just in time for the upcoming birthdays and festivities, as if we did not have enough of those in May. This week  we raise our glasses for the 40-year-old Künstlerhaus Bethanien, and with no less enthusiasm, for the shows at ACUD Galerie, insitu, Cruise & Callas, SomoS...
  • 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 Sarah Brophy, 2 May 2014
    Complete with installation, wall painting, sculpture, and even performance, Christopher Kline’s show O.K. takes a multimedia look at the history and culture of his hometown Kinderhook, New York. Kinderhook is rich with folklore and cultural history, staking its claim as the site of origin for The Legend of...

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