Peres Projects

  • by Adela Lovric, 7 Nov 2017
    Warm up for colder days with a festival that brings the global South closer to the North, and try to keep up with the busy gallery hopping route throughout the next two weeks. Among many curiousity-provoking exhibitions to come, these are the ones you shouldn't miss.     WEDNESDAY 08.11 Nordwind...
  • by Adela Lovric, 31 May 2016
    Event lists are growing longer, and we wouldn't be talking about Berlin if it was only open-air parties coming up. One very special event, which will take over various venues across the city is the 9th edition of the Berlin Biennale. While the festival itself offers enough content for anyone's luxurious...
  • by bpigs team, 2 May 2016
    Bpigs team was out and about attempting to capture as much of the Gallery Weekend magic as possible. Take a virtual stroll through our snaps from the last week's events.
  • by Adela Lovric, 8 Feb 2016
    Music folks from abroad just left the city and film lovers are already taking their airbnb-ed spots to celebrate the art of the moving image. Besides the most obvious tip for the upcoming week, which is of course Berlinale (and the other, less exposed one worthy of your attention - the Berlin Independent Film...
  • by Adela Lovric, 29 Dec 2015
    Berlin waves goodbye to 2015 in high fashion, and welcomes 2016 with a few great art shows. Take advantage of that little extra enthusiasm that comes with the new year & start crossing them all off the list.   WEDNESDAY 30.12 19.00 3AM @ Kunstfabrik Am Flutgraben WHY: The last 3AM event of this year...
  • by Adela Lovric, 15 Sep 2015
    While simultaneously participating at the Lyon Biennale and getting ready for the Berlin Art Week, Marinella Senatore reached back to us and shared some thoughts on her upcoming solo show “Scenografia” at Peres Projects, and the related installation at the abc art berlin contemporary art fair....
  • by Adela Lovric, 17 Jun 2015
    Festival mode on: the annual celebration of all-things-Neukölln meets the first Berlin Food Art Week, while over a hundred films are being shown at Les Rencontres Internationales, and about two hundred art publications presented at Miss Read. All that in an exciting mix with the good old exhibition openings and...
  • by Adela Lovric, 21 Apr 2015
    This year the 1st of May is more than just an excuse to get wasted in public at midday; it is also the Berlin art scene's favorite holiday – the Gallery Weekend – and the first day of the last Month of Performance Art. Try to stay moderate and survive through the afternoon events and openings all the...
  • by Adela Lovric, 9 Mar 2015
    Is everybody done with hibernation? Press refresh and hop into the new season of seeing and being seen. The next two weeks of simultaneous exhibition openings look fairly competitive; some hard choices will have to be made!   THURSDAY 12.03 19.00 Gegen den Tag @ Haus am Lützowplatz WHY: "Gegen den...
  • by Adela Lovric, 13 Jan 2015
    "Fitter, happier, more productive"...  Thom Yorke of The Radiohead got the January spirit right. As soon as the holiday leftovers and hangovers are gone, the all-too-familiar new year's resolutions begin. Be one step ahead of your own disappointment and skip the aggressive regimes. How about...
  • by Adela Lovric, 18 Nov 2014
    Drama Drama Drama! The Team is grieving and California dreamin', for Despina is leaving Berlin for a sunnier place. All the luck to you, Queen D! While the alpha and omega of Bpigs is conquering LA, we will keep ourselves busy and distracted with many wonderful events. Check out what we selected, and join us for...
  • by bpigs team, 18 Sep 2014
    Berlin Art Week is stirring up the spirits once again with six days of events all around the city. Confusion and excitement, the crowds and the queues, free drinks, gossips, wacky outfits and cool shows. Here's what we did not miss so far; Part 1. 
  • by Adela Lovric, 25 Jun 2014
    This week Neukölln is awake for 48 hours straight for the annual celebration of its creative people and places. If you prefer some variety in the program rather than sticking to one district, there are still many spaces around the city where you can appreciate creativity with the art-minded. WEDNESDAY 25.06 18....
  • by Sarah Brophy, 6 May 2014
    I had heard about Berlin’s Gallery Weekend through my art classes pretty early on in my trip, and had collected multiple gold-foiled advertisements I had seen lying on the desks of galleries, so I was always aware that it would be something I would get to experience during my time here. I figured it would...
  • by Adela Lovric, 30 Apr 2014
    Particularly eventful and exciting days ahead require some good planning. Choose your events wisely to make the best of the jubilee edition of the Gallery Weekend (02. - 04.05), or keep it simple with our top ten recommendations for the week. WEDNESDAY 30.04 19.00 Markus Manowski "Nothing Can Go Wrong...
  • by Nathan M., 25 Apr 2014
    Faced with a too-big apartment for the two of them, Hannes Schroeder-Finckh of Sprueth Magers and NickKoenigsknecht of Peres Project did what came naturally: turned it into an art space. The result is Open Forum (formerly, the eponymous KSF Project Space), and the duo are ready to debut Berlin-based Steffen Bunte...
  •  David Ostrowski F (A thing is a thing in a whole which it's not), 2013
    by Despina Stokou, 23 Apr 2014
    So we are through Armory, Frieze NY and Basel Hong Kong in one week, and at least one Biennal, more mature, more self assured and some of us even more prosperous. This is the second part of the how to fuck things up, a series of realistic, idealistic, and maybe a bit illegal schemes to subvert and slowly overturn...
  • by Adela Lovric, 25 Nov 2013
    Last week we went to see some interesting art and we saw much more than that. Everything blended well - people complemented artworks in the way they dressed, posed or or moved around. Rocker to rocker, raver to raver, hipster to Peres Projects, _____ (continue the sequence).   THURSDAY 21.11 Berlin under 30 @...

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