NOME

  • by Adela Lovric, 11 Apr 2017
    Even though in the coming days the common practice is to go Easter-feast in the family nest, we have convincing arguments to stick around for hangouts Berlin-style. Some pretty exciting evens are on the repertoire for the next two weeks, which will gradually prepare us for the grand Gallery Weekend end of month....
  • by Adela Lovric, 14 Feb 2017
    Our solution for lovers, haters, and indifferent ones alike: go where there's music and there's people, or at least one of the two. There is light if you know which way to go, and in case you are a bit lost and not all that sure, here we are to borrow some lighters on the way.   WEDNESDAY 15.02 18...
  • by Adela Lovric, 28 Nov 2016
    Perhaps you haven't met Luca Barbeni yet, but you've probably heard of NOME. Luca is the main person behind this fairly young, forward-thinking gallery in Berlin operating between art, pop, culture, politics, and technology. Working with critically engaged newcomers and established artists from a variety of...
  • by Adela Lovric, 9 Nov 2016
    The world seems to be meeting the beginning of its end, and it’s hard to look away from the disaster in process. Here’s our best attempt to step back from the toxic stream and be present where it‘s sane and safe.    WEDNESDAY 09.11 20.00 Conversas Berlin #7 @ Naunynstr. 53 WHY: The...
  • by Adela Lovric, 7 Sep 2016
    The new season is about to begin, and the Berlin Art Week is the one to toll the bell. From September 13 to 18 Berlin becomes the center of the art world and shows off all of its best features. Galleries, project spaces, private collections, and various other art venues across the city are gathering for the Week of...
  • by Adela Lovric, 14 Jun 2016
    The 48 Hours Neukölln art festival will soon activate many creative spaces in one of the most artist-populated and culturally diverse neighborhoods in Berlin. Get updated with the ever-changing local scene, but make sure not to get lost in the cozy Kiez - Berlin these days offers a lot more.   THURSDAY 16....
  • by Adela Lovric, 19 Apr 2016
    About 50 official Gallery Weekend galleries + even a larger number of unofficial venues are joining the race with all kinds of events on the last weekend of April. Things are already starting to heat up, so we strongly advice to visit this week's openings and avoid big crowds next week wherever possible. Important...
  • by Adela Lovric, 7 Apr 2016
    Since his game-changing decision to leave communication design and move on to experimenting with technology-based art, Nils Völker has been busy collecting the fame. Back then, an unsuspicious LEGO set instigated a complete change in his approach to creating. Having discovered particular fondness for...
  • by bpigs team, 7 Mar 2016
    Our two-week guide begins with "Happy International Women's Day!", and ends with "Happy first day of Spring!". And there is much more to celebrate in-between - stay updated with our tips.  THURSDAY 10.03 18.00 White Cube Jungle @ Sexauer Gallery WHY: Jofroi Amaral from Belgium,...
  • by bpigs team, 12 Jan 2016
    Sandwiched between holidays and festivals, January is actually doing surprisingly well. Art shows are plenty and free, and really, really good. Welcome to 2016! THURSDAY 14.01 17.00 Lada Nakonechna – "Die Musik bricht ab. Die Gäste sind verlegen. Pause." @ Galerie EIGEN + ART WHY: In her...
  • by bpigs team, 3 Nov 2015
    Now that the shiny dust of the grand art fairs has settled, it is time to focus again on the local (and one slightly remote -- shout out to Leipzig) openings and events. The dates say this is one of the last rounds of openings this year, so before we all get carried away by the holiday shenanigans, appreciate some of...
  • by bpigs team, 13 Jul 2015
    If you decided to spend the prime vacation time in Berlin, the art capital will not disappoint you. While everyone is getting heat crazy and summer lazy, Berlin - eventful as always - keeps its non-stop cool. Art events of all kinds will keep you entertained, as well as various concerts and festivals (see our Music...
  • Ryan Mosley, Emperor Butterfly
    by bpigs team, 19 May 2015
    Hello spring makeover! Time to give some attention to the galleries spreading their butterfly wings: the newly opened NOME, the renovated Berlinische Galerie, and the soon-to-be relocated Schur-Narula. Apart from the welcomed novelties, a few other exciting things are in the making – we kindly suggest to check...

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