Kassel is most notable for the contemporary art exhibition documenta, which takes over its galleries, museums and public spaces for a period of 100 days every five years.
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The Friday Image: Where Did You Hide the Sun? by Sandy Di Yu
Sandy Di Yu is a Berlin-based artist. For more, check out her Instagram.
When I think about where I came from and all I can remember is waiting for the bus a lot…
Berlin’s second STATE Festival, which brings together leading scientists, innovators, social-scientists, artists and members of the public to explore one topic took place recently at Kühlhaus in Gleisdreieck.
Berlin Glas e.V. offers glass-making courses which will ensure you never look at glass the same way again…
It is rumoured that Boris Lurie’s No!art movement got its name when a woman entered an exhibition on 10th street in New York, looked his Railroad to America collage (below), and ran out screaming “No! No! No!”
There’s no place like time is an art exhibition with a twist.
In ancient Rome, the term ‘Genius’ Loci existed, the ‘soul of the place.’ The soul of the city spoke to its inhabitants in the shape of a snake.
Multimedia artist Saskia Boddeke and British film director Peter Greenaway revive the story of Abraham’s sacrifice of Isaac in an immersive installation at the Jewish Museum in Berlin.
The Lost Museum Exhibition is about the hundreds of art works from the Berlin collections that went missing, were stolen or destroyed, due to the second world war.
Berlin artist Jenny Brockmann talks about her work and relationship to the city.
Visual artist Laura Fong Prosper has been living in Berlin since 2007. Her solo video exhibition Gēn opens tonight at the Vesselroom Project.
Last night was the opening of an Erich Kissing exhibition at Galerie Schwind on Auguststrasse in Berlin Mitte. The artist, as well as gallery owner Herr Schwind, attended.
Studio Visit Berlin is a door to the city’s vibrant art scene…
On Sunday, The Bavarian and I previewed some works that are to be sold over the next week at one of Berlin’s finest auction houses – Villa Grisebach in Charlottenburg – because the Bavarian has registered to bid in their Autumn Auction.
Friday 26th April to Sunday 28th April was Gallery Weekend – when galleries all over Berlin had exhibition openings. There were 51 official participants, but a lot of other galleries opened their doors to visitors during this time too, which was useful, because most Berlin galleries have random opening times.
The first large-scale retrospective of R.B Kitaj’s work in fourteen years is currently on at the Jewish Museum Berlin.
Yesterday saw the opening of Condition Humaine, an exhibition organised by the Ingeborg-Leuthold-Stiftung, a foundation promoting the art of women – especially realistic fine art in Berlin, at the Laden gallery in Tempelhof.
Gerhard Richter: Panorama, a comprehensive retrospective of Germany’s greatest living artist at the Neue Nationalgalerie near Potsdamer Platz, is awe inspiring. Around 130 paintings and five sculptures, made between 1962 and 2011, are exhibited in the light, open space of the upper floor of the gallery. The work is displayed chronologically, although there is no …
Following on from my last post about Berlin Street Art I recently discovered what must be the best Berlin Urban Art Blog, run by JUST, who’s been recording the street art movement for over ten years. You may have seen the word JUST graffitied across buildings all over Berlin – that’s him…