St. Agnes

  • Rhea Dall & Kristin Siegel, picture Malene Korsgaard Lauritsen
    by Lisa Kosak, 13 Jun 2015
    After two years, four Cycles, eight presented artistic positions, and more than fifty hosted events, it is time for Rhea Dall and Kristine Siegel, the founding directors of PRAXES Center for Contemporary Art, to close their Berlin venue and take the experiment—of long-term focus on a few artistic practices via...
  • Gallery Weekend
    by Lisa Kosak, 5 May 2015
        Marguerite Humeau @ Duve Berlin Arriving at Marguerite Humeau’s show Echoes at Duve made one feel a little apprehentious when confronted at the door with a sign that tells you of the inclusion of ‘deadly Black Mamba venom’ in the wall and floor paint. You are given...
  • 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 Adela Lovric, 10 Feb 2014
    Last week we attended Berlinale and did some celebrity hunting on the side; the latter expectedly unsuccessful. Besides joining the festival hype, we were happy to do our usual job and attend some friendly and interesting exhibition openings.
  • by Adela Lovric, 23 Sep 2013
    Aufwiedersehen Berlin Art Week, see you next year! Slightly exhausted and highly inspired, we look back on all of the places we visited and (dis)liked (read the first two diaries of our pilgrimage through the art venues of Berlin here & here). As if that wasn't enough, abc art fair gave us an extra kick - some...
  • by Despina Stokou, 29 Aug 2013
    So what has been going on? Berlin Art Week is getting ready for its second edition. It got bigger, better and if possible... Berlin_er! The 10 main institution partners, abc and Preview art fairs are now joined by ten temporary partners, chosen by the judicious qualities of Monica Bonvicini, Claudia Wahjudi (Zitty),...
  • by Adela Lovric, 28 Aug 2013
    In a two-floor 200m2 of the former church complex St.Agnes an exciting new art space opens its doors on 31st of August. PRAXES is a not-for-profit venue for international contemporary art and research founded and directed by Rhea Dall and Kristine Siegel. Every half-year PRAXES will focus in parallel on two...
  • by Despina Stokou, 29 Apr 2013
    Unlike "director’s cut", this new series, which might or might not become a thing in Bpigs, will try to present readers with a shortened version of events: a dense mix of popular oppinion, marked usually with “I heard” and personal ones marked, logically, with “I think”. There...
  • 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 Maria Santos, 1 Oct 2012
     THURSDAY 27.09 Richard Mosse, Linn Pedersen, Young & Giroux, Mauro Cerqueira and Zuspiel @ Künstlerhaus Bethanien   FRIDAY 28.09 The Artist as Curator's Art vol. II @ Schaufenster Red @ Catine Aqua Carre     Arch+ features 15 Party @ St. Agnes   ... @ U Bhf...
  • by Rachel Simkover, 2 Sep 2012
    Michaela Meise, "Adieu St. Agnes" @St. Agnes Church, Lorenzo Sandoval "Ivy over Ivy" and BrokenToujours.eu @ Büro BDP, "In the mirror of myself" @Galerie Zink, Philipp Fürhofer "...und immer nur Spuren von möglichen Welten..." @ Verein zur Förderung von Kunst...
  • by Despina Stokou, 30 Aug 2012
    St. Agnes church - Wed night Michaela Meise performed church songs that relate to her recent album Preis dem Todesüberwinder Berlin is apparently a teenager of 772 years old. I am not quite sure how old the art scene in Berlin is, but all everybody seems to be asking (themselves) in the last year is- Is it EVER...

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