Archives for posts tagged ‘berlin’

Aram Bartholl

Aram Bartholl Work from Hurt me Plenty @ DAM Gallery.

Assaf Gruber

Assaf Gruber Work from his oeuvre. “There’s a scene in the 1988 film Cocktail where big-dreaming bartender Brian Flanagan, played by Tom Cruise, is sitting with the table-bussing artist Jordan Mooney, played by Elisabeth Shue, in an idyllic Jamaican setting. Flanagan picks up a drink umbrella and muses, ‘You know there’s a guy who makes these. The […]

Eva Berendes

Eva Berendes Work from her oeuvre. “Drawing on a host of references, Eva Berendes’ geometrically patterned fabric screens divided, coloured and softened the small space of Ancient & Modern. The gallery’s name suited this poised show, which put forward a variety of Janus-faced views on Formalism and its various contexts. Two upright, white wooden frames […]

Megan Francis Sullivan

   Megan Francis Sullivan Work from “Dropping Syllables” at Matthew, Berlin. “On the exterior of Mathew, the colors of the Jamaican flag wrap the side window, projecting to the surrounding neighborhood. In the moment of the FIFA World Cup, flags call messages throughout the cityscape.   Based on a version of artist Tom Burr’s Screens, […]

Simon Denny

Simon Denny Work from “New Management” at Portikus, Frankfurt. “Simon Denny’s new body of work for Portikus ranks among the most ambitious the artist has developed to date. Over the period of one year, the artist researched and developed an intricate project that has grown to considerable dimensions – both physically and in terms of […]

Annika Eriksson

   Annika Eriksson Work from “Now you see us now you don’t” at Krome Gallery, Berlin. “Annika Eriksson is a Swedish artist living in Berlin. Over the years, she has produced a large number of works in which the perception of time, structures of power, and once acclaimed social visions are called into question. Eriksson plays […]

Der Grund ist nicht Licht, sondern Nacht

Der Grund ist nicht Licht, sondern Nacht at Christian Ehretraut. “
Through their surfaces, structures and the ways in which they are assembled, the works in the exhibition move in direct relation to the surrounding exhibition space and installed artwork. In their use of optical irritations, often intense color and repetitive rhythm, they oscillate between playful […]

Simon Dybbroe Møller

Simon Dybbroe Møller Work from “Aperture & Orifice” at Galerie Kamm, Berlin. “This is what I would like you to know and how I would like you to know it. The music video to D’Angelos breakthrough hit “Untitled (How Does It Feel)” could be read as a meditation on the brotherhood between the vulgar and the […]

Katinka Bock

Katinka Bock Work from “Februar” at Meyer Riegger, Berlin. “A Conversation between North and February North: My constant is space, my territory immaterial. But time envelops my limbs. It reaches out for me, while I lay my breath on it. Here I exist in a subtle way. The passing of time is inscribed in the […]

Steve Bishop

Steve Bishop Work from “It’s Easier To Love Your Song Than It Is To Love You“. “I opened my mouth to speak, but a much better point was made. This was as much to my surprise as to everyone else’s. Initially stunned, agreement followed. The first few exclaimed “That’s it!” and then soon others “Yes, […]