insitu

  • 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, 28 Jul 2015
    A summer month least likely to be remembered for plentiful art events turns into one of the most exciting for the art lovers with daily interventions of the Project Space Festival. This year's edition activates one project space each day in August to showcase what the local independent scene is really about....
  • by Adela Lovric, 24 Jan 2015
    Berlin might have got 99 problems, but shortage of events is certainly not one. In the middle of CTM and transmediale, with Berlin Fashion Week behind us and Berlinale coming up, we could talk ages about what you should not miss, and what is devastatingly overlooked in the abundance. As always, here we try to...
  • by Adela Lovric, 21 Oct 2014
    The fallen leaves and cosy autumn colors should warn the bear in you that now is the time to go out and pile up the instagram snaps. Time to cuddle up and hibernate is soon, and you will be more than happy to slide through your photo stack when the winter starts to bite. We recommend to go right away; the week offers...
  • by Adela Lovric, 13 Aug 2014
    All work and no play is by no means a way to spend the summer. Escape doesn't have to mean expensive tickets and ambitious plans; simply browse through art events listed below and find those that suit your tastes. Exhibitions, magic tricks, workout props, international foods, film screenings, art installations,...
  • by Adela Lovric, 11 Jun 2014
    Plan your week well! It seems like everything is going on at once, including the much anticipated Berlin Art Prize. Besides the openings, closings, and corresponding parties, this week we have some great concert tips for you. WEDNESDAY 11.06 19.00 Heroines of Sound festival @ Berghain Kantine WHY: Strictly...
  • 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, 14 May 2014
    Nevermind the art fair giants of New York and Hong Kong; here is what you should not miss this week in Berlin.  THURSDAY 15.05 19.00 Anonymous Drawings #3 WHY: The project presents 300 drawings by Berlin-based artist, collected through an open call. The selections were chosen anonymously, without...
  • by Adela Lovric, 2 Apr 2014
    An exciting week ahead -- we look forward to the opening of the largest solo exhibition to date by  Ai Wei Wei, our editor-in-chief Despina Stokou's solo show at EIGEN + ART Lab, LEAP's first exhibition at their new space, DJ-slash-painter Markus Manowski's show at L'atelier-ksr, and many more....
  • by Nathan M., 25 Feb 2014
    There were many worst parts of art school: everything was either a poignant gesture or a unique juxtaposition; everyone wanted to play "Home" by Edward Sharpe behind footage of their hometown; half the class left the critique early to go to the local vegan buffet and sip cosmos and light...
  • by Adela Lovric, 12 Feb 2014
    This week's schedule is particularly busy on Valentine's day even in the anti-conventional world of art. From "One Night Stand" to a three-day (af)fair, there will be plenty of special happenings for every (art) lover's taste. To the more adventurous ones who want to make it really memorable this...
  • by Adela Lovric, 10 Feb 2014
    Last week we attended Berlinale and did some celebrity hunting on the side; the latter expectedly unsuccessful. Besides joining the festival hype, we were happy to do our usual job and attend some friendly and interesting exhibition openings.
  • by Adela Lovric, 4 Feb 2014
    John Waters (Thursday 06.02 @ Sprüth Magers Berlin) The hot topic of this week is obviously Berlinale that is starting on Thursday with the ten-day red carpet marathon. Since we are more into supporting the local yet to become superstars, we would heartily recommend Boddinale, Neukölln's alternative to...
  • 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 Adela Lovric, 12 Nov 2013
    Charlotte Bonjour (Friday 15.11 @ SOX) Depending on how many Starry Nightcap coctails we're going to enjoy this week, you might meet us at the events listed below, or not (in case you do, say happy birthday to our intern Nathan!). Should we fail in action, keep in mind that intention is what matters -  ...
  • by Adela Lovric, 15 Sep 2013
    THURSDAY 12.09 Meg Cranston & John Baldessari - Real Painting (for Aunt Cora) @ Michael Janssen "Godfather of conceptual art, master of appropriation, surrealist for the digital age..." - as Tom Waits narrates. What would you ask John Baldessari if you had the chance to meet him? We were nervously...
  • by Adela Lovric, 10 Sep 2013
    David Shrigley (Saturday 14.09 @ BQ) Berlin Art Week? Are we there yet? Not quite, although the long list of openings tells us different. Consider it a warm-up for the real thing that starts in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 ...   WEDNESDAY 11.09 19.00 DOKU.ARTS @ Zeughauskino WHY: DOKU.ARTS — Second Hand...
  • by Adela Lovric, 31 Jul 2013
    Go Itami (Friday 02.08 @ Motto) Longing for holidays far away from concrete and steel? Our advice is to surround yourself with best of Berlin: art, music, good food and nice things. Take a look at our tips and you may find out that beaches are overrated anyway. WEDNESDAY 31.07 14.00 Atonal Berlin @ Kraftwerk WHY...

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