Martin Skauen

  • by bpigs team, 19 May 2014
    The November-December issue is out! See who is on the cover-- The Bpigs bimonthly information guide hosts works by selected Berlin based artists.
  • by Despina Stokou, 30 Sep 2013
    Last week at a three-day retreat in downtown Berlin, Marina instructed Slideshow Johnny in the Abramovic Method--a series of exercises designed to heighten participants' awareness of their physical and mental experience in the present moment. Watch the series of exercises here Slideshow Johnny was...
  • Maureen Jeram, Parasite @Ozean
    by Adela Lovric, 15 Jul 2013
    WEDNESDAY 10.07 Parasite @OZEAN Øystein Aasan - David Edward Allen - Viktoria Binschtok Max Frisinger - Franziska Furter - Aubrey Heichemer Maureen Jeram - Joyce Kim - Antonia Low - Caitlin Masley Florian Neufeldt - Alex Schweder artist Maureen Jeram co-curated the show and delivered one of the most...
  • by Adela Lovric, 10 Jul 2013
    Martin Skauen (performance on 13.07 @ Chert) Infinite, fetishist,  historical, scientifical, hilarious, flashy and surreal. Follow our tips repertoire for an exotic mix of events! WEDNESDAY 10.07 19.00 Parasite @ OZEAN WHY. "The more, the merrier" counts for this exhibition tip. The...
  • by Despina Stokou, 26 Nov 2012
    Drawings by Martin Skauen
  • by Despina Stokou, 4 Sep 2012
    BPIGS, first issue budget plan - June 2010 “The identity of an artist doesn’t have to be a truthful one, they believed. (about Duchamp and Man Ray) What they were doing was unpicking the conventions.” Jennifer Mundy, curator of Duchamp, Man Ray, Picabia Tate Modern "Everything is true, only...
  • by Maria Santos, 17 Jan 2012
    Berlin is dressing up for the Fashion Week. No matter whether it rains or snows, if you are still under an after-Christmas financial recovery plan or just far from looking like the shape of a cigarette. Apart from the official dates, there is plenty of equally attractive side activities as, for instance, the...

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