Klemm’s

  • by Adela Lovric, 16 Mar 2014
    Things we did not miss to see last week: Bigrit Brenner's guilt-trip installations at Galerie EIGEN + ART, Marianne Thörmer's shiny metal pieces at Das Gift, Gerhard Winkler's soup ingredients at Kuckei + Kuckei, and Falk Haberkorn's hastily rendered men at KLEMM'S. 
  • by Adela Lovric, 11 Mar 2014
    Our tip #1 is to go out immediately, lie on the grass in a comfortable position (we suggest the one in Falk Haberkorn's drawing – see above), and soak up the sunshine until the moon replaces the sun. The next best thing to do is to nurture your mind with art and music, preferably at the places we recommend...
  • by Nathan M., 22 Jan 2014
    Of the latest trends in op/ed journalism today, the list is topped by anxiety culture, the Generation Y/Millenials, and the morality of using unpaid interns (Hi! That's me!). KLEMM'S latest exhibition - which opened last Friday - seemed to toy with similar ideas of self-importance, self-awareness, and...
  • by Adela Lovric, 20 Jan 2014
    Last week art intertwined with fashion and made the city twice as vibrant and nice. Going to openings is almost as going to fashion events anyway, so we skipped all the trendy fuss and went to see what is on in some of our favorite art spaces in Berlin. No disappointment, pluses were everywhere.
  • by Adela Lovric, 15 Jan 2014
    Athi-Patra Ruga (18.01 @ SAVVY Contemporary) This week Berlin is all about fashion, but the opening calender indicates that the force is almost as strong with art. Good luck to everyone who will try to coexist both in the art and the fashion world these days - we dedicate our weekly tips to You (see the Fashion Week...
  • by Nathan M., 12 Nov 2013
    Whether you visit Berlin for a week, the weekend or an hour. Here is a selection of shows you should not miss.   Bejna Sachau – There Were Rumors @ Soy Capitán   Sachau himslef is furious ball of energy, al the more rare and precious does his current show appear. I am loving the Klemms...
  • by Adela Lovric, 4 Nov 2013
    A brief overview of all things we did not miss last week while dodging the flying eggs (somebody could've warned us that that's what kids do here on Halloween) and collecting worried looks aimed at our slightly innapropriate costumes. WEDNESDAY 30.10 Max Frisinger – Red Sea @ OZEAN As I walked up to...
  • by Adela Lovric, 30 Oct 2013
    Bosco Sodi (Thursday 31.10 @ Eigen + Art Lab) Have you already decided what to wear for Halloween and where to wear it? We actually have answers to both. Skip the boring mask this year and follow Nathan's instructions, you'll be fine wherever you go. Regardless of that, do read our tips to find the most...
  • 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 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 bpigs team, 18 Mar 2013
    THURSDAY 14.03   New Kids of the Block @ Tanas –Richtfest group show curated by Ayşe Erkmen +3 points for the guy whose job of the evening was to guard the wire grid piece for safety reasons…He said he was an artist, but not THE artist.     +10 for a student...
  • by Maria Santos, 18 Nov 2012
    TUESDAY 13.11 Japanther + Die Eternias @ Marie Antoinette THURSDAY 15.11 Liquid Archive @ Import Projects FRIDAY 16.11 Kitchen Talk @ Klemm's   Katja Novitskova @ Kraupa-Tuskany   Harun Farocki @ Galerie Barbara Weiss   Landschaften | Landscapes Nachrichten zum Weltuntergang...

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