L40

  • by bpigs team, 14 Apr 2013
    This was a great week in Berlin, and I don’t think any explanation of why is necessary. While en route to EIGEN + ART on Thursday, I noticed that there were a lot of attractive people around, and I wondered where they all came from. I realized then that they had been here all along, but a smile on the face (in...
  • by bpigs team, 3 Feb 2013
    With transmediale in the mix this week, seeing everything there was to see would be an exhausting and impossible full time job. So everyone missed something, including us; we can just hope that we made the best decisions. We ended up going to a lot of talks this week so there was a lot of sitting and theorizing; next...
  • by Maria Santos, 6 Jan 2013
    In summer 2010 we started a blog feature highlighting the very different protagonists of the most current and independent projects of the Berlin art scene. Through a handful of interviews, we got to introduce to some of our Bpigs spaces as well as other special guests. On some occasions we conducted group interviews...
  • by Despina Stokou, 25 May 2012
    “It reminds me of school time, with the difference that we wrote the books that we are talking about.”  One of the artists, the Italian guy, told me this when I asked him how it is going. (Davide from IOCOSE) The idea of the speed portfolio viewing as a kind of rating-race; Did I pass – did I...
  • by Rachel Simkover, 20 Feb 2012
    mobile pics from the events we visited... WEDNESDAY 15.02.12 EDGED  Pop-up store @ Auguststr 35, Exhibition by Paul Green Exhibition @ Galerie Gerken, Iman Rezai & Flavio Degen   THURSDAY 16.02.12 Turkish Alphabet @ Museum Der Dinge Opening Subrosa, Felix and Mumford @ L40 Fat...
  • by Despina Stokou, 3 Oct 2011
    The second Speed Portfolio Viewing took place last Sunday 25.09 in L40, kindly hosted by Verein zur Förderung von Kunst e.V. am Rosa-Luxemburg Platz. After the event we asked artists and curators for a short feedback. The pictures were taken with my ipod, so they have this illegal immigrant pixelated...

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