Kinderhook & Caracas

  • by Adela Lovric, 23 Aug 2016
    End of August is for most of us the very last chance to collect #vacay snaps. It's time to get back to reality and checking the summer resolutions off the list. It is also the most exciting time to be part of the Berlin art scene, as the Project Space Festival presents its final...
  • by bpigs team, 11 Aug 2015
    This month you will get all im/possible answers to the question above, and anything you can think of related to it. The art spaces of Berlin are making sure to confuse you by twisting the familiar definitions, and providing new and unique art experiences instead. It is festival after all, so be sure that the following...
  • by bpigs team, 7 May 2014
    The huge Gallery Weekend fuss is (finally) over; some are already nostalgic, others relieved. It still does not mean that all of the galleries in Berlin took a break. On the contrary: there are still places to go, things to see, people to meet! THURSDAY 08.05 19.00 Anonymous Drawings Project WHY: The project...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • by Adela Lovric, 27 Oct 2013
    Last week we said goodbye to our lovely intern Eva who is heading back to Prague. Conveniently, the week turned out to be more eventful than ever; the parties lasted longer than usual and there were more openings than we could possibly attend. Here is what the Bpigs team managed not to miss.   WEDNESDAY 23.10...
  • by Adela Lovric, 23 Oct 2013
    Nicola Samori (Saturday 26.10 @ Galerie Christian Ehrentraut) From a wordy symposium to a dancey night out; whatever direction your mood is swinging this week, we have a place for you to feel at home. Read our tips carefully and you may also find free drinks hidden between the lines.    WEDNESDAY 23....
  • by bpigs team, 28 Apr 2013
    What a week! The massive Gallery Week roster ensured that there was plenty of good, definitely some bad, and always some ugly. Hopefully our survival guide and sneak peak helped you make some well-informed decisions about how to divide your time, but now it’s time to reflect on everything we saw and did. This...
  • by Rachel Simkover, 8 Sep 2012
    1work/1room/1night #2: Sofia Bempeza & Vana Kostayola @ Gitte Bohr, Yunchul Kim, "Carved Air" @ Schering Stiftung, Ethan Hayes Chute @ Kinderhook & Caracas, Gary Hume & Thomas Demand @ Sprüth Magers, From the Age of Poets @ Aanant & Zoo, Harriet Groß & Maja Rohwetter @ Galerie...
  • by Rachel Simkover, 5 Aug 2012
    Steven Warwick @ Kinderhook & Caracas, NYU Studio MA Thesis Show @ Grimmuseum, Steff Loewenbaum @ last show at DUVE before moving WEDNESDAY 01.08 Steven Warwick @ Kinderhook & Caracas NYU Studio MA Thesis Show @ Grimmuseum SATURDAY 03.08 last show at Duve in the Mitte location, and the...

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