interview

  • Pierre Granoux — 2017 Courtesy of Klaus Killisch
    by Sarie Nijboer, 14 Jun 2018
    The name LAGE EGAL has become well known within the Berlin art scene. Over the past 8 years, artist-curator Pierre Granoux has been developing many curatorial projects, aiming to offer a space for production and wider visibility to artists. We spoke to Granoux about his program, his fascination for word play (the word...
  • by Julianne Cordray, 30 Nov 2017
    In anticipation of NOME Gallery's group exhibition, Evidentiary Realism, we spoke with curator Paolo Cirio about his development of the concept, the aesthetics of presenting and revealing evidence, and his own investigatory process of putting together an exhibition of investigative art practice.  When...
  • Image courtesy Nadira Husain and PSM Gallery
    by Sarie Nijboer, 6 Oct 2017
    The cover of the Bpigs September/October 2017 Issue is shining bright with a contribution by the Berlin based French/Indian artist Nadira Husain. We spoke with the artist about her current show "Rider, Path, and Vehicle" at the brand new location of PSM Gallery that is filled with an installation of...
  • Dominique Hurth at her studio space
    by Francesca de Cesare, 28 Nov 2015
    The second edition of Friends with Books is around the corner. This time, the art book fair will take place in the Hamburger Bahnhof from 11 to 13 of December and will include lectures, performances, talks, panel discussions and book presentations. On that occasion, Bpigs has a series of chats with some of the main...
  • by Cyrus Smith, 14 Sep 2014
    In this series, Bpigs highlights artists and their work in progress just before their openings. An inside look into the studio practice and many other irrelevant thoughts that go through an artists mind before their proverbial 15 minutes of fame. Artist-to-artist, Berliner-to-Berliner, these are their stories. We...
  • by Cyrus Smith, 7 Sep 2014
    In this series, Bpigs highlights artists and their work in progress just before their openings. An inside look into the studio practice and many other irrelevant thoughts that go through an artists mind before their proverbial 15 minutes of fame. Artist-to-artist, Berliner-to-Berliner, these are their stories. We...
  • by Cyrus Smith, 30 Aug 2014
    In this series, Bpigs highlights artists and their work in progress just before their openings. An inside look into the studio practice and many other irrelevant thoughts that go through an artists mind before their proverbial 15 minutes of fame. Artist-to-artist, Berliner-to-Berliner, these are their stories. Revving...
  • by Nathan M., 25 Apr 2014
    Faced with a too-big apartment for the two of them, Hannes Schroeder-Finckh of Sprueth Magers and NickKoenigsknecht of Peres Project did what came naturally: turned it into an art space. The result is Open Forum (formerly, the eponymous KSF Project Space), and the duo are ready to debut Berlin-based Steffen Bunte...
  • by bpigs team, 5 Apr 2012
    Sam Belinfante & Simon Lewandowski: The Reversing Machine (A Theatre of Kairos and Chronos), Installation, 2012 In many ways,Art Laboratory Berlin is literally a Laboratory. This non-profit art-space, located in Wedding, focuses on cross-disciplinary artworks and creating discussions on the evolution of 21st...
  • by Maria Santos, 16 Nov 2011
    Just a few days earlier than the Venice Biennale, Kreuzberg Pavillon first opened its doors in Liegnitzerstr., where Heiko's own atelier was initially meant to find a place. After one month and having realized how many people were observing from outside, he decided to open the space to the public. Heiko Pfreundt...

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